the women's cross country team finished 12th at the NJCAA national championships. Then, during the winter season, the women's basketball team took fifth place in the country in NJCAA Division II and finished with a 27-8 record.
Several other Mesa teams had very strong seasons.
The perennially powerful baseball team posted a 41-15 record, while both the men's and women's golf teams placed high at nationals. The women were sixth while the men tied for tenth place.
In addition, the men's tennis team wound up in a tie for 17th place in the country while the men's and women's track and field teams collected top 25 finishes both indoors and outdoors.
For many in the community, athletics is the public face of the college and our student-athletes are ambassadors for this fine institution. Further, Mesa Community College Athletics understands the importance of honoring the past, thus creating our future, and no one believes in that more than Athletic Director John Mulhern.