Mid Michigan College men’s and women’s basketball teams recently saw how they stacked up against the competition in Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) pre-season rankings.

The MCCAA Western Conference coaches selected Ancilla College to lead the Men's Basketball Pre-Season Rankings Poll. Muskegon Community College earned second place honors, Grand Rapids Community College third, and the Mid Michigan College Lakers are ranked fourth.

With several talented returning student-athletes and the most experienced head coach, with nine years leading the Lakers, out of the ten ranked teams, the men’s basketball team has a bright season ahead.

“We’re here and we’re hungry,” said Head Coach Kaleb House. “This team has put in the work in the classroom and on the court. I expect great results and so do the men on this team.”

Muskegon Community College women's basketball team was picked to top the Women’s Basketball Pre-Season Rankings Poll. Grand Rapids Community College earned second place recognition, and the Mid Michigan College Lakers are ranked third.

With highly-skilled returning student-athletes, including the MCCAA Freshman of the Year Alexys Carlstrom of Harrison, the team is poised to make first-year Head Coach JT Cleveland’s season a successful campaign.

“We’re a strong team, on and off the court,” noted Head Coach JT Cleveland. “We learn together, build skills together, and we’ll win together.”

Mid Michigan College competes in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) against other community colleges for conference and State championships. The Lakers also compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for national tournaments. Mid currently fields six varsity teams in the following sports: men's basketball, women's basketball, men's and women's bowling, baseball, and softball.

For more information about Mid’s Athletic teams, visit midmich.edu/athletics, email athletics@midmich.edu, or call (989) 386-6622 x548.

Pre-Season MCCAA Rankings
MCCAA Pre-Season Rankings
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