MD JUCO NJCAA National Champions

The Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference has enjoyed its share of success at the national level, winning 25 NJCAA National titles in 11 different sports. In 2011, Montgomery-Rockville won the conference its most recent championship, winning the women's soccer crown in Division III.

Individually, Prince George's Coneisha Smith became a National Champion in 2012 by winning the NJCAA Division III Women's Track & Field 400 meters with a time of 58.21.

 


MD JUCO NJCAA National Champions

CCBC Essex (9) - Men's Soccer: 1974; Field Hockey: 1977, 1978, 1980; Women's Soccer: 1983, 1993; Men's Lacrosse: 1991, 2004; Baseball: 1992

Prince George's (5) - 2013: Terika Lathern (Women's Track & Field - 200M), Adaobi Mgbodille (Women's Track & Field - 400M), Women's Track & Field - 4x100M Relay, Women's Track & Field - 4x400M Relay; 2011: Coneisha Smith (Women's Track & Field - 400M)

 Anne Arundel (4) - Men's Lacrosse: 1998; Softball: 2003; Women's Lacrosse: 2006, 2007

CCBC Catonsville (4) - Women's Lacrosse: 2004, 2005, 2008; Women's Soccer: 2008

Montgomery-Rockville (4) - Men's Golf: 1990; Women's Tennis: 2001; 2006; Women's Soccer: 2011

Howard (2) - Gary Smolyak (Cross Country 2013); Track & Field: 2103

CCBC Dundalk (1) - Men's Basketball: 2000

Cecil (1) - Men's Basketball: 2006

Hagerstown (1) - Men's Marathon: 2000

Harford (1) - Field Hockey: 1995

Southern Maryland (1) - Roger Welch (Golf 2002)