Latest News on Snead State Athletics

NJCAA Releases Academic Honors

07/10/2017

The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced that 35 Snead State Community College student-athletes are recipients of NJCAA Academic Awards

Women's Basketball Tryouts

06/29/2017

An open tryout for the Snead State women's basketball team will be held on Friday, July 14, from 10 a.m. until noon at the Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium.

Destinie Smith Named New Women’s Basketball Coach

06/12/2017

Snead State Community College has named Destinie Smith as its head women’s basketball coach, Director of Athletics Mark Richard announced Monday.

Snead Athletics Prepare for Postseason Play

05/10/2017

Softball, Tennis, Women’s Golf and Fishing All Headed to the National Stage, Baseball Set to Begin Conference Tournament

Softball Takes Second in ACCC

05/03/2017

The Snead State softball team took second place in the Alabama Community College Conference and NJCAA Region 22 tournament Monday, reaching 19 conference wins and its best postseason finish, yet.

Snead State Alumni Honor Athletic Program

04/30/2017

The Snead State Alumni Association welcomed former athletics, coaches and alumni associated with the College’s athletic program as special guests for the 2017 Alumni Homecoming.

Softball Defeats Marion Military

04/13/2017

Snead State freshman pitcher Rilee White did not allow a single run Tuesday as the Parsons defeated Marion Military 8-0.

Baseball Team Hosts Free Camp

04/12/2017

The Snead State Community College baseball team recently welcomed close to 150 kids to its free camp.

Baseball Defeats Central Alabama

04/11/2017

The Snead State Community College baseball team defeated Central Alabama Saturday 12-1 and 5-2.

Students and Athletes

04/04/2017

Sometimes it’s a chance to get away from our desks and enjoy the warm sunshine; other times it’s so cold we retrieve blankets from our cars beforehand. But several afternoons each spring semester, my fellow English teachers and I meander from our offices in the red brick Osborne Building, down the sidewalk, past the Student Union and historic Norton Hall, to the baseball field. It’s one of my favorite places on this beautiful campus.