Bristol Community College

Bristol Community College
http://bristolcc.edu/

Athletics

Bristol Community College is a member of the National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XXI and the Massachusetts Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC). Bristol Community College currently offers men’s and women’s basketball, soccer and co-ed tennis. BCC competes with other Region XXI division II and III colleges in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.

Men’s and women’s soccer participates in the fall season. If you are interested in joining our soccer programs please contact Men’s Head Coach, Arsene Oka and Women’s Head Coach, David Berube.

For complete schedules and rosters for our soccer programs please select the appropriate link on the left side of the page.

Men’s and women’s basketball participates in the winter season. The season runs in parts of both the fall and spring semesters. If you are interested in joining our basketball program please contact men’s Head Coach Rob Delaleu or women’s Coach Jenny Ozug. For complete schedules and rosters for our basketball programs please select the appropriate link on the left side of the page.

Co-ed Tennis participates in the Spring season. BCC Tennis play their home matches on the newly renovated tennis courts on campus. If you are interested in joining the co-ed tennis team please contact Head Coach, Phil Pietrangelo.

In the last three years Bristol Community College has experienced individual and team awards in basketball and soccer, including one All-American soccer player in Jason Couto. In 2010 men’s basketball Head Coach Rob Delaleu led his team to an impressive showing in the Regional Tournament.

All students and staff also have access to the Fitness Center.

For additional information, contact Bristol Community College Athletic Director Derek Viveiros. Also, friend us on facebook.

Contact information:

Athletic Director
Bristol Community College
Room G117
777 Elsbree Street
Fall River, MA 02720

508.678.2811 ext. 2818