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Kellogg Community College
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450 North Avenue
Battle Creek MI 49017-3397

PH: 269-965-4151
FX: 269-962-2215
www.kellogg.cc.mi.us/index.html
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President
Dr. Dennis Bona

Athletic Director
Tom Shaw

General email
shawt@kellogg.edu

Region
12

FTE Enrollment
3125








College News
Kellogg Community College volleyball results roundup: Oct. 21-23, 2014
October 27, 2014

The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team wrapped up their 2014 season last week. Here are the scores from the team’s final two matches:
  • LOST vs. Ancilla College, home on Oct. 21: 26-24 KCC, 26-28 AC, 20-25 AC, 25-19 KCC, 12-15 AC
  • LOST vs. Mott Community College, home on Oct. 23: 22-25 MCC, 13-25 MCC, 17-25 MCC

KCC’s final match also served as Sophomore Night, when sophomores Carmen O’Dell, Rebecca Browning, Tristen Ehredt and Victoria Rybinski — pictured above with their coaches — were recognized. Thanks for representing KCC on the court, Bruins!

The KCC men’s and women’s basketball teams begin official season play the first week of November. Stay tuned for details!

For more information about the volleyball program at KCC, contact head volleyball coach Amy Julien at 269-965-3931 ext. 2535 or volleyballcoach@kellogg.edu or visit www.kellogg.edu/athletics/volleyball.



Kellogg Community College volleyball results roundup: Sept. 30-Oct. 18, 2014
October 21, 2014

*Click here to learn how to get KCC athletics results by email following each game!

The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team has had a rough run in the second half of the season, winning just one of the team’s last 10 matches.

Here are the latest final scores:

  • WON vs. Lake Michigan College, away on Sept. 30: 23-25 LMC, 21-25 LMC, 25-20 KCC, 25-22 KCC, 15-6 KCC
  • LOST vs. Lansing Community College, home on Oct. 2: 25-22 KCC, 20-25 LCC, 26-28 LCC, 25-20 KCC, 11-15 LCC
  • LOST vs. Kalamazoo Valley Community College, away on Oct. 7: 15-25 KVCC, 16-25 KVCC, 25-23 KCC, 23-25 KVCC
  • LOST vs. Muskegon Community College, home on Oct. 9: 15-25 MCC, 24-26 MCC, 25-21 KCC, 22-25 MCC
  • LOST vs. Jackson College, away on Oct. 14: 19-25 JC, 16-25 JC, 16-25 JC
  • LOST vs. Grand Rapids Community College, home on Oct. 16: 11-25 GRCC, 14-25 GRCC, 11-25 GRCC
  • LOST vs. Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, away on Oct. 17: 25-13 KCC, 15-25 CSTCC, 25-22 KCC, 16-25 CSTCC, 9-15 CSTCC
  • LOST vs. Lakeland Community College, away on Oct. 17: 13-25 LCC, 22-25 LCC, 13-25 LCC
  • LOST vs. Mott Community College, away on Oct. 18: 16-25 MCC, 13-25 MCC, 14-25 MCC
  • LOST vs. Oakland Community College, away on Oct. 18: 15-25 OCC, 13-25 OCC, 18-25 OCC

The recent results bring the Bruins’ conference record to 3-10 and the team’s overall record to 5-21 for the season so far.

KCC has just two matches left in regular season play, both at home at the Miller Gym. The first starts at 6:30 p.m. today against conference opponent Ancilla College. Today’s game will feature a T-shirt toss before the start of the third match, when we’ll be tossing more than a dozen KCC T-shirts into the crowd as a thank-you for coming!

The Bruins’ will finish regular season play beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, with a match against Mott Community College at home at the Miller Gym. The match will double as Sophomore Night, when we’ll recognize our sophomore Bruins.

Admission to all home matches is free!

For more information about the volleyball program at KCC, contact head volleyball coach Amy Julien at 269-965-3931 ext. 2535 or volleyballcoach@kellogg.edu or visit www.kellogg.edu/athletics/volleyball.



Kellogg Community College Athletics collecting donations for Toys for Tots through November
October 15, 2014

The Kellogg Community College Athletics Department will be accepting donations of new toys or spare change to purchase new toys throughout the months of October and November to be donated to Toys for Tots.

Toys will be purchased for donation to the program at the beginning of December.

Donation jars will be located in the main office on the second floor of the Miller Physical Education Building on KCC’s campus at 450 North Ave., Battle Creek, and on the lower level of the building in room 103.

“KCC’s Athletics Department has been collecting donations for Toys for Tots for several years,” Sharon Powell, coordinator of the Miller Building and KCC’s Toys for Tots collection, said. “Through the continued generosity of KCC students, staff and the Battle Creek community, we hope to collect more donations this year than ever before so that as many kids as possible can experience the excitement of a gift on Christmas morning.”

The goal of the Toys for Tots program is offer hope to less fortunate children at Christmas by delivering them a new toy. For more information about the program, visit www.toysfortots.org.

For more information about the KCC Toys for Tots collection, contact Miller Building Coordinator Sharon Powell at 269-965-3931 ext. 2408.

For more information about KCC athletics, visit www.kellogg.edu/athletics.

For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest news releases online at daily.kellogg.edu/category/news-releases.



Kellogg Community College volleyball results roundup: Sept. 25-28, 2014
September 30, 2014

*Click here to learn how to get KCC athletics results by email following each game!

The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team continues their downward slide, falling in five away matches since Thursday and bringing their losing streak to eight. Below are scores and statistics from each match.

Vs. Ancilla College
Away match on Thursday, Sept. 25

The Bruins fell to conference opponent Ancilla in three close sets with final scores of 27-29, 22-25 and 25-27, respectively.

On offense for KCC, freshman Grace Crawford (Marshall/Marshall High School) had 13 kills, sophomore Tristen Ehredt (Battle Creek/Pennfield High School) had 12 kills, sophomore Carmen O’Dell (Marshall/Mashall High School) had two aces, and sophomore Victoria Rybinski (Brutus/Pellston High School) had 23 assists.

Defensively, Crawford had seven digs and three assisted blocks, Ehredt had five digs, O’Dell had 11 digs, and Rybinski had six digs.

Vs. Lawrence Technological University JV
Away match on Saturday, Sept. 27, as part of the Grand Rapids Community College Raider Challenge

The Bruins fell to Lawrence Tech in a tough five sets, which ended with final scores of 25-22, 18-25, 22-25, 25-23 and 11-15, respectively.

On offense for KCC, Crawford had 15 kills, Ehredt had 15 kills and one ace, freshman Kenya House (Riverdale/St. Louis High School) had 17 assists, O’Dell had one ace, and Rybinski had one kill and three aces.

Defensively, Crawford had two assisted blocks, Ehredt had one solo block, House had nine digs and one assisted block, O’Dell had eight digs, and Rybinski had four digs and 16 assists.

“We stuggled to stay on top,” said Amy Julien, the Bruins’ head coach. “We had our ups and downs. We’re just trying to find that W for us again and it just hasn’t happened.”

Vs. Mott Community College
Away match on Saturday, Sept. 27, as part of the GRCC Raider Challenge

The Bruins fell in three to Mott with final scores of 19-25, 14-25 and 15-25, respectively.

On offense for the Bruins, sophomore Rebecca Browning (Rockwood/Oscar A. Carlson High School) had three kills, Crawford had nine kills and one ace, Ehredt had seven kills and one ace, and House had 19 assists.

Defensively, Browning had one solo block, Crawford and Ehredt had four digs apiece, House had eight digs, and O’Dell had six digs.

Vs. Cuyahoga Community College
Away match on Sunday, Sept. 28, as part of the GRCC Raider Challenge

The Bruins fought early to ensure a fourth set against Cuyahoga on Sunday, ultimately falling with final scores of 25-23, 15-25, 21-25 and 16-25, respectively.

On offense for the Bruins, Browning had seven kills, Crawford had 16 kills, Ehredt had 12 kills, House had 20 assists, and Rybinski had 16 assists and one ace.

Defensively, Browning had one solo block and two assisted blocks, Crawford had seven digs and two assisted blocks, Ehredt had seven digs and one assisted block, O’Dell had 21 digs, and Rybinski had one assisted block.

“It was great to see some emotion from Carmen O’Dell,” Julien said. “This was by far the best defensive game she has played at KCC.”

Vs. Lorain County Community College
Away match on Sunday, Sept. 28, as part of the GRCC Raider Challenge

KCC wrapped up the weekend’s play as part of the Raider Challenge with a four-set loss to Lorain County, with final scores of 18-25, 15-25, 26-24 and 18-25, respectively.

On offense for the Bruins, Browning had six kills, Crawford had 17 kills, Ehredt had 12 kills, House had 18 assists and one ace, and Rybinski had two kills and 24 assists.

Defensively, Browning had two digs and two assisted blocks, Crawford had four digs and three assisted blocks, Ehredt had eight digs and two assisted blocks, and O’Dell had 20 digs.

The recent losses bring the Bruins’ conference record to 2-5 and their overall record to 4-12 for the season so far.

The Bruins’ next home match — which will serve as the team’s annual Autism Awareness match — begins at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2, against conference opponent Lansing Community College at the Miller Gym. The team fell to LCC in three sets in an away match earlier this season.

Admission to all home matches is free!

For more information about the volleyball program at KCC, contact head volleyball coach Amy Julien at 269-965-3931 ext. 2535 or volleyballcoach@kellogg.edu or visit www.kellogg.edu/athletics/volleyball.



Kellogg Community College volleyball results roundup: Sept. 16-23, 2014
September 25, 2014

*Click here to learn how to get KCC athletics results by email following each game!

The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team has hit a rough patch entering the middle of the season, falling in the last three matches to conference opponents. Below are scores and statistics from each match.

Vs. Muskegon Community College
Away match on Tuesday, Sept. 16

The Bruins fell to MCC in four sets, winning the first 25-18 but coming up short in the following sets with scores of 20-25, 20-25 and 11-25, respectively.

On offense for KCC, freshman Grace Crawford (Marshall/Marshall High School) had 14 kills and five aces, freshman Hannah Day (Pennfield/Pennfield High School) had four kills, sophomore Tristen Ehredt (Battle Creek/Pennfield High School) had 14 kills and one ace, and sophomore Victoria Rybinski (Brutus/Pellston High School) had 29 assists and one kill.

Defensively, Crawford had one solo block, Day had one assisted block, Ehredt had six digs, sophomore Carmen O’Dell (Marshall/Mashall High School) had 17 digs, and Rybinski had seven digs.

“We came out strong,” said Amy Julien, the Bruins’ head coach. “It was the little runs that we couldn’t come back from. But all in all we are making great progress.”

Vs. Jackson College
Home match on Thursday, Sept. 18

The Bruins lost at home for the first time this season to Jackson, falling in three sets with scores of 19-25, 20-25 and 22-25, respectively.

On offense for the Bruins, sophomore Rebecca Browning (Rockwood/Oscar A. Carlson High School) had one kill, Crawford had nine kills, Day had one kill, Ehredt had 15 kills and one ace, O’Dell had one ace, and Rybinski had 23 assists.

Defensively, Browning had one dig, one solo block and one assisted block; Crawford had eight digs; Day had one assisted block; Ehredt had eight digs; O’Dell had 12 digs; and Rybinski had three digs.

“It just needs to get tighter,” Coach Julien said. “The little runs that are against us we are still struggling to fight back from. It’s a learning point.”

Vs. Grand Rapids Community College
Away match on Tuesday, Sept. 23

The Bruins fell to GRCC in three sets, with scores of 13-25, 23-25 and 18-25, respectively.

On offense for the Bruins, Crawford had seven kills and one ace, Ehredt had 14 kills, and Rybinski had 22 assists.

Defensively, Crawford had nine digs, Ehredt had seven digs, and Rybinski had six digs.

“We gave them some fits,” Coach Julien said. “GRCC is No. 2 in the nation for a reason. I’m just glad the Bruins didn’t walk in the gym defeated. They played with them and I’m proud!”

The recent losses bring the Bruins’ conference record to 2-4 and their overall record to 4-7 for the season so far. The team plays next beginning at 6:30 p.m. tonight against conference opponent Ancilla College in Donaldson, Ind.

The Bruins’ next home match — which will serve as the team’s annual Autism Awareness match — isn’t until next month, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2, against conference opponent Lansing Community College at the Miller Gym. The team fell to LCC in three sets in an away match earlier this season.

Admission to all home matches is free!

For more information about the volleyball program at KCC, contact head volleyball coach Amy Julien at 269-965-3931 ext. 2535 or volleyballcoach@kellogg.edu or visit www.kellogg.edu/athletics/volleyball.



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Total NJCAA Team National Championship Titles: 7

Men's Championships: 4
Women's Championships: 3

Breakdown by Sport:

  • Men's Volleyball: *1974, *1975, *1976, *1977
  • Women's Volleyball: 1978, 1979, 1980

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