The Athletic Department at Dawson Community College has just confirmed DCC will host the NORTH PLAINS DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP (May 18-19, 2013) at Kolberg Field in Glendive Montana.
The NJCAA Regional winners from Region 9, Region 13, and Region 11 will have match up to see who will advance to the Division II World Series.
For more information about the Buccaneer baseball program or DCC's other intercollegiate sports contact Joyce Ayre at 406 377-9447.
The “Reopening of Kolberg Field” ceremony was held on Saturday, April 6th, 2013. The Dawson Community College Baseball team defeated Dakota College of Bottineau three out of four games this weekend. Scores were as follows: Dakota College 6/DCC 4, DCC 10/Dakota 4, DCC 15/Dakota 6, and DCC 11/ Dakota 9.
Saturday, April 6th Dawson Community College will be hosting Dakota College-Bottineau here on campus for a double header. The Buccaneers would like to invite you out to the ballgame and celebrate the "Reopening of Kolberg Field."
The Bucs haven't been able to play on the field for two years, but the field is now ready for action.
In celebration, we will have Gordon Kolberg throw out the first pitch for Saturday's game and recognize several individuals who have made it all possible.
The DCC Baseball team assisted Chuck Page, the general manager at Cottonwood Country Club in Glendive, and his staff this week. Together they covered all nine greens as well as the practice green of the golf course. This was the first year that they have covered all the greens. Good job Bucs!
INTRAMURAL INDOOR SOCCER
Where: DCC GYM
When: Monday December 10, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
You do not have to have a background in soccer or even know the rules to join in the fun.
ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF and COMMUNITY MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE!!!!
This will be the first of many intramural events of 2012-2013. You do not have to commit to a team to participate. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Booker at [email protected].
Dawson Community College alumnus Shelby Lindley was recently named head men's basketball coach and sports information director at Central Wyoming College. He was originally hired as an assistant for Rustler basketball this fall but was promoted when coach Curtis Condie resigned in October.
Originally from Wellsville, Utah Lindley was a member of the DCC men’s baseball team where, as a sophomore in 2007, he achieved Mon-Dak first team pitcher and utility player under former Buccaneer head coach Brent Diegel.
Josh Link from Hardin MT has traded in his baseball to finally realize his lifelong dream of becoming a professional bowler. Link with his memorable blue baseball glove pitched for the Dawson Community College Buccaneers during the 2009 and 2010 seasons.
He began bowling when he was just two years old. Now 24, he has made his debut on the Professional Bowlers Association Tour in San Jose, CA during the Labor Day weekend.
The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) recognized Link after he posted league averages of 230+ over the past three years.
Dawson Community College Head Baseball Coach, Aaron Carroll, announced the addition of 20 players to the 2012-2013 roster.
Carroll, who is starting his second season at Dawson, is very excited about the new faces. "When I took over the program last year, there had been very little recruiting done. By the end of the season I was determined to increase the depth and talent needed to make this year's team more competitive. I think we have accomplished this with a lot of time and hard work."
July 23 Dawson Community College baseball alumnus, Hunter Balmer, signed a national letter of intent to play baseball in North Carolina for Mount Olive College in Mount Olive.
Balmer, a Brigham City, UT native, will travel over 2,000 miles to reach his new home - a NCAA Division II institution that plays in the Carolina Conference.
Jesse Gullion, a Sophomore first baseman, recently signed a letter of intent to continue his baseball career at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, NC. Gullion's hometown is Brigham City, UT. he batted .300 this past spring for the Dawson Community College Buccaneer baseball team.
"Jesse had a good year for us this past season. He improved a lot over the year and should be very successful at Chowan. I am excited for him to move on and played at the school I played at and coached for many years" added DCC Coach Aaron Carroll.