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Basketball, Soccer Athletes Commit to Four-Year Schools

While the Salt Lake Community College basketball team fell short of their ultimate goal of returning to the NJCAA tournament, Salt Lake's talent-laden roster was once again highly recruited by notable figures throughout college basketball. The Bruins recently announced that four players have committed to NCAA programs across the country.
NCAA signees include Josh Colon, who committed to Fordham University. Others include Cameron Mack, who switched his commitment from St. John's to Nebraska, and Washington State-commit Daron HensonHunter Schofield also has signed to play at Dixie State in St. George.

Colon will join a Fordham program that went 12-20 in the Atlantic-10 Conference last season, an NCAA Division-I mid-major conference. Fordham is located in The Bronx borough in New York City. Mack was a player who originally committed to play at St. John's in the New York area but switched his commitment to Nebraska and new coach Fred Hoiberg. Henson kept with his commitment to…

Volleyball Team Also Excels in the Classroom

The Salt Lake Community College volleyball program is one of the nation's top junior college programs on the court but the Bruins are also one of the leaders in the classroom.

The program released its academic accomplishments from the 2018-19 academic year over the Memorial Day weekend, celebrating several individual and team accomplishments. SLCC's awards represent another year where the Bruins have been recognized for the success of their student-athletes. 

Salt Lake coachSue Dulaneysaid the team focuses on academics in almost all of their team activities.

"We are very proud of the accomplishments that our team has achieved academically," she said. "These hard-working, competitive and dedicated individuals know the classroom is extremely important and that those habits carry over onto the volleyball court.  This is the best spring we have had in two years regarding our returning class. I cannot wait to see what accomplishments they will achieve on the court in fa…

The Houses That Build Students, Launch Careers

In September, 2018, the brick and stucco house that now stands at 2578 South Beagley Circle in West Valley City was little more than a concrete foundation. Associate professor Boyd Johnson was taking a handful of Salt Lake Community College students through the first phases of framing the structure under a blistering summer sun.
It was a similar beginning to many of the homes with a Beagley Circle address. They started out as SLCC project houses built by students, and they’ve ended up as ranch-style homes with full unfinished basements for folks who don’t mind having a few horses for neighbors in this transitioning, once-rural enclave in the Salt Lake Valley.
By this past spring, the final SLCC project house in that area was completed. A few of the proud students who worked on the project showed up for an open house on a cool, breezy day in May. Along with Johnson, instructor Chad Fail and some SLCC support staff from the college’s Construction Management program, they surveyed and a…