Building on continued improvements and upgrades to the exercise areas available on the Dawson Community College campus, Tracey Clingingsmith and Kevin Pena are conducting a fundraiser that will enhance the weight room located in Toepke Center.
Eight teams competed in twelve games over Easter weekend. This is the third year DCC Athletics has sponsored the event in the Toepke Center at Dawson Community College. The 3rd Annual Bucs & Bunnies Coed Bball Tourney is a fundraiser for Dawson Community College Athletics.
First Round Scores:
Winners will be announced at the ASB Awards Banquet Sunday, April 22 at the Glendive Moose Lodge.
Dawson Community College First Annual Photo Contest is the brainchild of Joyce Ayre, Interim Dean of Student Services. Ayre felt it was time to let the photographers among us shine. What a great idea!
Dawson Community College would like to invite you to join us on the DCC bus for a tremendous Rimrock Opera experience "The Crucible" composed by Robert Ward, and based on a play by Arthur Miller. The Opera will be held at the Alberta Bair Theater in Billings on April 29th, 2012.
Be sure to cast your vote for The Peoples’ Choice Award from April 23 through 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 1.
The Dawson Community College Art Department is proud to present the outstanding art works of the talented and creative student artists of Dawson Community College. Forty-one students will be exhibiting their artwork in the Annual 2012 Spring Juried Student Art Show, Monday, April 23 - Monday, May 7.
Dawson Community College invites high school basketball teams to participate in the 5th Annual DCC/DCHS Team Basketball Tournament - Boy’s & Girl’s divisions - June 2-3.
Place: Dawson Community College
Cost: $ 200.00/ Team
Includes: Guaranteed four games per team, championship tee shirts awarded, MOA Officials
Proceeds: Go to Buccaneer Basketball (fundraiser for our mens and womens basketball scholarship funds)
If you have not already done so please submit your roster at the following link:
Coach Tracey Clingingsmith is pleased to announce Haylee Gallegos and Brittany Smith have signed letters of intent to play for the Dawson Community College Lady Buccaneers next season.
Haylee Gallegos is a 5'7" point guard out of Laurel, Montana majoring in Law. Haylee was the Co-MVP of the Treasure State Classic held last month. Her high school team finished in fourth place at the state tournament in 2012 and second place in 2011.
"The Dawson Community College baseball team has been on a roll of late" said Head Baseball Coach Aaron Carroll. "We have won 7 of our last 9 games".
The 13th Annual Shaping the Future Conference will be held at Dawson Community College on Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21. The public is invited both days. Friday’s presentations are especially for teachers and Saturday’s workshops are particularly for early childhood professionals. Several kinds of credit are available: DCC college credit, OPI renewal units, and early childhood training hours. Registration begins both days at 8:00.
"Dawson Community College Buccaneer softball is sitting at 9 and 0 in the MonDak Conference" said Head Coach Jim LeProwse. DCC recently completed the first half of their MonDak conference schedule with a 6 game series with Bismarck State. The Lady Buccaneers won all 6 games over the past weekend. In Game 1 the Buccaneers won 17-0 in 5 innings and compiled 13 hits. Nicole Miller from Billings, MT, Remick Ramsey from Great Falls, MT, Julia Robinson from Butte, MT and Abby Gordon from Lewistown, MT all had 2 hits a piece. In game 2 the Bucs won 13-0 in five innings.