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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
How to get Kellogg Community College athletics results by email
September 9, 2014

The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team’s 2014 season is in full swing. If you want to get an email including final scores and highlights from each match, fill out the form below and we’ll keep you up to date.

The mailing list will also cover KCC’s other sports teams — including baseball, men’s and women’s basketball and softball — as those seasons begin later this year. To unsubscribe from the list at any time, simply email Simon at thalmanns@kellogg.edu with your email address and ask him to remove you.

Learn more about KCC athletics at www.kellogg.edu/athletics, where the below form is also available.



Kellogg Community College volleyball wins first home match over Lake Michigan College
September 9, 2014

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

The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team won its first home match of the season Thursday in four sets, defeating its first conference opponent of the season.

After falling in a 15-25 first set against Lake Michigan College at the Miller Gym, the Bruins came back to win three straight at 25-22, 25-13 and 25-13, respectively.

“We came out a little flat for the first two games,” Amy Julien, the Bruins’ head coach, said. “Then we decided to play Kellogg volleyball.”

On offense for the Bruins, sophomore Tristen Ehredt (Battle Creek/Pennfield High School) had 18 kills and two aces; freshman Grace Crawford (Marshall/Marshall High School) had 13 kills and one ace; freshman Hannah Day (Pennfield/Pennfield High School) had five kills; and sophomore Victoria Rybinski (Brutus/Pellston High School) had one kill and 33 assists.

Defensively, Crawford had 15 digs and one assisted block, Ehredt and Rybinski each had three digs, and Day had one assisted block.

The win gives the Bruins a winning 1-0 conference record to start the season and an even 3-3 record overall. The team plays next beginning at 6:30 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, Sept. 9, against conference opponent Lansing Community College in Lansing.

KCC’s next home game starts at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, against conference opponent Kalamazoo Valley Community College at the Miller Gym. Admission to all home games is free!

This Thursday is also Patriot’s Day at the Miller Gym, when a moment of silent remembrance will follow the National Anthem.

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 wins 2, loses 2 at weekend tournament
September 9, 2014

SEPT. 2, 2014 -- The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team came home with a pair wins and a pair of losses after play as part of the Owens Invitational in Toledo this weekend. 

The results bring the Bruins’ record to 2-3 overall. The team’s first conference match — which will also be the team’s first home match – will start at 6:30 p.m. this Thursday, Sept. 4, against conference opponent Lake Michigan College at the Miller Gym. The match will offer free admission as well as free Bruins stickers for kids.

Click here for results of the Bruins’ win over McHenry County College during tournament play on Friday. Results from following tournament matches are below.

Vs. Lakeland Community College, Friday, Aug. 29

Set 1: 25-23 KCC; Set 2: 21-25 LCC; Set 3: 14-25 LCC; Set 4: 19-25 LCC

Over the course of the match for the Bruins, sophomore Tristen Ehredt (Battle Creek/Pennfield High School) had 10 kills, one ace, four digs and one assisted block; freshman Grace Crawford (Marshall/Marshall High School) had nine kills, one ace, nine digs and one assisted block; freshman Kenya House (Riverdale/St. Louis High School) had one kill, two aces, four assists and two digs; sophomore Victoria Rybinski (Brutus/Pellston High School) had 22 assists and five digs; and sophomore Rebecca Browning (Rockwood/Oscar A. Carlson High School) had 11 kills, one ace and one assisted block.

“We are continuing to work through our adversities,” said Amy Julien, KCC’s head coach. “We may not have won, but we are working toward the end goal one match at a time. It’s great to see the improvement even though we didn’t come out with the win.”

Vs. Iowa Central Community College, Saturday, Aug. 30

Set 1: 17-25 ICCC; Set 2: 21-25 ICCC; Set 3: 16-25 ICCC

Rybinski had 16 assists, two assisted blocks and five digs; Ehredt had 10 kills, one assisted block and three digs; Crawford had five kills, one ace, one assisted block and four digs; sophomore Carmen O’Dell (Marshall/Mashall High School) had four aces and seven digs; and freshman Hannah Day (Pennfield/Pennfield High School) had one solo block and two assisted blocks.

Julien said the Bruins were up at some point in all three sets. “It was the small little mental breakdowns that let the win slip through our fingers,” she said.

Vs. Genesee Community College, Saturday, Aug. 30

Set 1: 25-11 KCC; Set 2: 25-16 KCC; Set 3: 25-23 KCC

Rybinski had two kills, 22 assists and five digs; Browning had seven kills, two solo blocks and two assisted blocks; Ehredt had six kills, eight digs and one assisted block; Crawford had 16 kills, 10 digs and two assisted blocks; O’Dell had five aces and 11 digs; and House had two aces and five digs.

“Just excited to see that all the work we are doing in practices is paying off,” sophomore Browning said. “Small steps lead to big success!”

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 earns first official win of the season
August 29, 2014

AUG. 29, 2014 -- The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team earned their first official win of the season Friday afternoon, defeating Illinois’ McHenry County College in three sets as part of the Owens Invitational in Toledo. 

Final scores for each set were as follows:

  • Set 1: 25-20
  • Set 2: 25-17
  • Set 3: 25-18

Over the course of the match for the Bruins, sophomore Tristen Ehredt (Battle Creek/Pennfield High School) had 14 kills and two aces; freshman Grace Crawford (Marshall/Marshall High School) had nine kills and two block assists; sophomore Victoria Rybinski (Brutus/Pellston High School) had 22 assists; sophomore Rebecca Browning (Rockwood/Oscar A. Carlson High School) had three kills, a solo block and two block assists; and freshman Kenya House (Riverdale/St. Louis High School) had an ace.

The win brings the Bruins’ overall record to 1-1 for the season so far.

The Bruins continue play this weekend in Toledo as part of the Owens Invitational. The team’s first home game — which offers free admission and free Bruins stickers for kids — will start at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4, against conference opponent Lake Michigan College at the Miller Gym.

For 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 team falls in three sets in first match of the season
August 29, 2014

AUG. 28, 2014 -- The Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball team fell in three sets to Mott Community College in Flint on Tuesday, dropping their first match of the 2014 season in non-conference play.

Scores for each set were as follows:

  • Set 1: 18-25
  • Set 2: 6-25
  • Set 3: 13-25

For those unfamiliar with the sport, volleyball games are called matches. Each match consists of sets played to a score of 25; the team who wins the best of five sets wins the match.

On offense for the Bruins, freshman Grace Crawford (Marshall/Marshall High School) had eight kills, sophomore Tristen Ehredt (Battle Creek/Pennfield High School) had four kills and sophomore Victoria Rybinski (Brutus/Pellston High School) had 16 assists.

The team plays next this weekend in Toledo as part of the Owens Invitational. The team’s first home game — which offers free admission and free Bruins stickers for kids — will start at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4, against conference opponent Lake Michigan College at the Miller Gym.

For 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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