With 12 national championships in its more than 50-year storied athletic history, San Jacinto College has a long and rich tradition of athletic success, both on the court and field, and in the classroom. This excellence has brought with it national and international exposure to the College and local community.
Like many community college and four-year athletic programs, San Jacinto College has a history of producing professional and Olympic athletes. Divided among the three campuses, San Jacinto College, or San Jac as it has come to be known, had a variety of athletic opportunities for both male and female student-athletes. San Jac competed in six National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I teams: men’s basketball, soccer and baseball; and women’s basketball, softball, and volleyball.
San Jac has won national titles in men’s basketball, volleyball, baseball, and, track and field, as well as individual titles in tennis. Along the way, San Jacinto College has produced numerous All-Americans and Academic All-Americans, solidifying the success of San Jac student-athletes on the court and field and in the classroom.
|1987||Women's Outdoor Track and Field||n/a|
|1989||Women's Indoor Track and Field||n/a|
|2011||Dane Richards||Men's Soccer|
|2010||Ollie Mack||Men's Basketball|
|2007||Scott Gernander||Men's Basketball|
|2005||Steve Francis||Men's Basketball|
|1996||Judy Harrison||Track & Field / Cross Country|
|1995||Walter Berry||Men's Basketball|
|1994||Ollie Taylor||Men's Basketball|
|1993||Monica Hays||Track & Field / Cross Country|
|1990||Ronnie Arrow||Men's Basketball|
|1986||Tom Henderson||Men's Basketball|