National Championships

Since first fielding an intercollegiate program in 1969, Kirkwood has gone on to win 11 national championships and numerous national tournament appearances. Quick recaps of the Kirkwood's 11 National Championships are listed below.  Kirkwood's Individual National Champions are also included. 


2017 Women's Basketball

The 2017 Kirkwood Women's Basketball team won the school's 11th and most recent NJCAA National Title. This is Coach Kim Muhl's seventh national title. This season marked an historic milestone for Kirkwood women's basketball as it was the first time in program and school history that a team went through a season undefeated, going a perfect 37-0. Coach Muhl was awarded with Region XI Coach of Year for the 14th time in his career, along with being named National Coach of the Year as well. The Eagles defeated Johnson County Community College (Kansas) in the championship game by a score of 61-46. The '17 team sent sophomores Simone Goods to (TBA), Deleyah Harris to (TBA), Shaneequah Watkins to (TBA), and Rylee voss to (TBA). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a XX-X record and here is where they transferred: TBA

Roster: Deleyah Harris, Tayana Wilson, Nyachristmas Puok, Ashley Hedges, Megan Axcell, Awal Ajak, Niaja Taylor, Shaneequah Watkins, Rylee Voss, TiRayah Cotton, Candace Wilson, Simone Goods, Olivia Usher, Kelsey Achenbach    Coaches: Kim Muhl, Jen Francescon, Natalie White


2016 Men's Basketball

The 2016 Kirkwood Men's Basketball team won the school's tenth NJCAA National Title. This was Coach Bryan Petersen's first National championship and the men's basketball program's second title overall. Petersen's team went 31-4 for the 2016 season. Coach Petersen was awarded with District Coach of the Year as well as the 2016 Spalding National Coach of the Year. The Eagles defeated Triton College (IL) in the championship game by a score of 83-76. The '16 team sent sophomores Hunter Rhodes to the University of Northern Iowa (NCAA D1), Nick Richards to Wilmington University (NCAA D2), and Cristen Wilson to Lewis University (NCAA D2). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a 25-7 record and here is where they transferred: TBA

 

Roster: Josh Bartlett, Hunter Rhodes, Nick Richards, Al'Tavius Jackson, Lewrenzo Byers, Byron Harp, Kaliph Fagan, Jacob Olson, Josh Carter, Earnest Cowser, Josh Meier, Cristen Wilson, Elijah Henry, Shakur Triplett, Da'Rion King, Chris King    Coaches: Bryan Petersen, Ben Jacobson, Taylor Blum, Karter Kilburg


2010 Women's Basketball

The 2010 Kirkwood Women's Basketball team won the school's ninth NJCAA National Title. This was Coach Kim Muhl's sixth title and his fourth consecutive National Championship -- a feat has never been accomplished by another NJCAA Women's Basketball program and a feat that has been accomplished by only five other collegiate basketball programs (NCAA D1 Men, UCLA, 1967-1973, 7 titles in a row), (NCAA D3 Women, University of Washington- St. Louis, 1998-2001, 4 titles in a row), (NCAA D2 Women, North Dakota State University, 1993-1996, 4 titles in a row)(NAIA Women, Southern Nazarene University, 1994-1997, 4 titles in a row) and (NAIA Women, Oklahoma City University, 1999-2002, 4 titles in a row). Muhl's team went 37-1 for the 2010 season. Coach Muhl was awarded with Region XI Coach of Year for the fourteenth time in his career (1990, 1995, 1997-1999, 2002-2010) and named Outstanding Coach of the Tournament for the sixth time (1997, 2002, 2007-2010). The Eagles defeated Patrick Henry Community College (Virginia) in the championship game by a score of 72-62. The '10 team sent sophomores Kari Goodchild to Quinnipiaz University (NCAA D1), Staci Gillum to University of Evansville (NCAA D1), Andi Oordt to Marquette University (NCAA D1) and Kalli Hansen to University of Iowa (NCAA D1). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a 25-7 record and ended the Eagles run of nine straight National Tournament appearances, here is where they transferred: Taylor Smith to Truman State University (NCAA D2), Rachael Remick to Truman State University (NCAA D2), and Diamon Beckford to Kent State University (NCAA D1).

Roster: Danielle Hellickson, Kalli Hansen, Andi Waugaman, Rachael Remick, Ashley Birts, Nyzera Fleming, Susie Francescon, Lanae Rash, Taylor Smith, Kari Goodchild, Staci Gillum, Cathy Reiter, Cathy Kain   Coaches: Kim Muhl, Joe Hruska, Jen Francescon


2009 Women's Basketball

The 2009 Kirkwood Women's Basketball team won the school's eighth NJCAA National Title. This is Coach Kim Muhl's fifth national title and his third in a row, making Kirkwood the second NJCAA Women's Basketball team (all divisions) to win three National Championships in a row. His team went 36-1. Coach Muhl was awarded with Region XI Coach of Year for the thirteenth time in his career (1990, 1995, 1997-1999, 2002-2009) and named Outstanding Coach of the Tournament for the fifth time (1997, 2002, 2007-2009). The Eagles defeated Schoolcraft College (Michigan) in the championship game by a score of 78-53. The '09 team sent sophomores Jayne Strand to Northern Colorado University (NCAA D1), MyKenya Johnson to Southern Polytecknic State University (NAIA), and El Sara Greer to Oregon State University (NCAA D1). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a 37-1 record and an unheard of fourth consecutive National Championship in 2010, here is where they transferred: Kari Goodchild to Quinnipiaz University (NCAA D1), Staci Gillum to University of Evansville (NCAA D1), Andi Oordt to Marquette University (NCAA D1) and Kalli Hansen to University of Iowa (NCAA D1).

Roster: Amanda De La Cruz, Kari Goodchild, Alicia Wright, Jayne Strand, Jaleesa Gordon, Kalli Hansen, MyKenya Johnson, McKensey Long, El Sara Greer, Staci Gillum, Andi Waugaman, Nicole Holman Coaches: Kim Muhl, Joe Hruska, Jen Francescon


2008 Women's Basketball

The 2008 Kirkwood Women's Basketball team won the school's seventh NJCAA National Title. This would be Coach Kim Muhl's fourth national championship and a place in history being one of six NJCAA programs (all divisions) to win back-to-back titles. Muhl's team went 31-6 and for the seventh consecutive year the Eagle Women's Basketball team placed at the national tournament (2002- National Champions, 2003- 4th Place, 2004- 3rd Place, 2005- 4th Place, 2006- National Runner Up, 2007- National Champions). Coach Muhl was awarded with Region XI Coach of Year for the twelfth time in his career (1990- 1995- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008) and named Outstanding Coach of the Tournament for the fourth time (1997- 2002- 2007- 2008). The Eagles defeated Kankakee Community College (Illinois) in the championship game by a score of 78-53. The '08 team sent sophomores Allie Lindemann to Siena University (NCAA D1), Rachele Monroe to University of New Orleans (NCAA D1), Ashley Gorsh to University of New Orleans (NCAA D1), Breann Hill to Marquette University (NCAA D1) and Lauren Thomas-Johnson to Marquette University (NCAA D1). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a 36-1 record and a back-to-back-to-back National Championship in 2009, here is where they transferred: Jayne Strand to Northern Colorado University (NCAA D1), MyKenya Johnson to Southern Polytecknic State University (NAIA), and El Sara Greer to Oregon State University (NCAA D1).

Roster: Jackie Kerr, Jayne Strand, Ashley Gorsh, Rachele Monroe, Breann Hill, Kenisha McDade, McKensey Long, Alicia Wright, Lindsey Elliot, MyKenya Johnson, El Sara Greer, Allie Lindeman, Lauren Thomas-Johnson,  Coaches: Kim Muhl, Joe Hruska, Megan Ripperton


2007 Women's Basketball

The 2007 Kirkwood Women's Basketball team won the school's sixth NJCAA National Title. This would be Coach Kim Muhl's third national title (1997 and 2002) as his team went 35-1 and stopped the drought- after Kirkwood's national championship in 2002 the Eagles finished 4th in 2003, 3rd in 2004, 4th in 2005, and was National Runner Up in 2006. Coach Muhl was awarded with Region XI Coach of Year for the eleventh time in his career (1990- 1995- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007) and named Outstanding Coach of the Tournament for the third time (1997- 2002- 2007). Muhl was also awarded Russell Athletic JC/CC Coach of the Year by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). The Eagles defeated Kankakee Community College (Illinois) in the championship game by a score of 84-55. The '07 team sent sophomores Kaitlin Schneden to Baker University (NAIA), Maggie O'Connell to Indiana Purdue- Fort Wayne University (NCAA D1) Amanda Brodsack to University of Nebraska- Omaha (NCAA D2), Kayla Pospisil to Arkansas State University (NCAA D1), Jazmine Sepulveda to University of South Florida (NCAA D1), Kelsey Homewood to Winona State University (NCAA D2) and Courtney Boyd to Dixie State University (NCAA D2). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a 31-6 record and a back-to-back national championship in 2008. Here is where they transferred the following season: Allie Lindemann to Siena University (NCAA D1), Rachele Monroe to University of New Orleans (NCAA D1), Ashley Gorsh to University of New Orleans (NCAA D1), Breann Hill to Marquette University (NCAA D1) and Lauren Thomas-Johnson to Marquette University (NCAA D1).

Roster: Kayla Pospisil, Lauren Thomas-Johnson, Jazmine Sepulveda, Amanda Brodsack, Kaitlin Schneden, Ashley Gorsh, Maggie O'Connell, Rachele Monroe, Breann Hill, Allie Lindemann, Courtney Boyd, Kelsey Homewood, Lindsey Elliott Coaches: Kim Muhl, Joe Hruska, Megan Ripperton


2006 Men's Golf - Individual

The 2006 NJCAA DII Men's Golf National Championship was held at Goose Pond Colony Golf Course in Scottsboro, Alabama. T.J. Redding won the school's first NJCAA Individual National Title, making it the fifth National Championship for Kirkwood Athletics. Thanks to the blazing guns of Kirkwood's Men's Golf team, the top two individuals in the national finals were first-round leader T.J. Redding with his second five-under par 67 and teammate Cedric Bertin at 68. Kirkwood moved from a tie for fourth in the team race into the lead after 54 holes with a four-player composite of 285-291-283–859. Redding moved back to the top of the individual leader board with his 67-74-67–208, followed by teammate Bertin at 70-72-68–210. In the final day of the National Tournament, Redding shot a 69 bringing his total to 277. Bertin shot a 75 ending the tournament with a score of 285, finishing sixth. Redding's 277 score placed him with the third lowest score all-time in the national tournament. Redding not only won the NJCAA DII Men's Golf Individual National Championship, he also earned first team All-American honors in 2006. Kirkwood ended with a four-player composite of 285-291-283-295--1154, finishing as National Runner Up behind Darton College (Georgia) who won with a score of 1145.


2003 Volleyball

The 2003 Kirkwood Volleyball team won the school's fourth NJCAA National Title and the first for the Eagle Volleyball team. Coach DeAnn Woodin's team went XX-X. The Eagles defeated XX (XX) in the championship game by a score of XX. The '03 team sent sophomores XX to XX (XX), XX to XX (XX) and XX to XX (XX). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a XX-X record and made a repeat trip to the 2004 national tournament.

Roster: Kaycie Akers, Ashley Alm, Mary Jo Ament, Megan Fort, Molly Hankins, Kelsi Nace, Brenna Nelson, Jeni Streb, Katie Walter, Megan Wittenburg Coaches: DeAnn Woodin, Ron Anderson, Chris Oquendo


2002 Women's Basketball

The 2002 Kirkwood Women's Basketball team won the school's third NJCAA National Title. Coach Kim Muhl's team went 33-3, winning their second title in five seasons. After Muhl's 1997 championship, he led the Eagles to a 5th place finish in 1999 and a regional runner-up finish in 2000. Coach Muhl was awarded with Region XI Coach of Year for the sixth time in his career (1990- 1995- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2002) and named Outstanding Coach of the Tournament for the second time (1997- 2002). The Eagles defeated Penn Valley Community College (Missouri) in the championship game by a score of 76-47. The '02 team sent sophomores Ada Powers to St. Edwards University (NCAA D2), Tammy Sandquist to Graceland University (NAIA), Erin Fantroy to Fairmont State University (NCAA D2), Mindy Sywassink to James Madison University (NCAA D1) and Meg Tierney to Southwest Missouri State (NCAA D1). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a 31-6 record and a 4th place finish at the 2003 national tournament, here is where they transferred: Robin Sullivan to Winona State University (NCAA D2), Mandey Evans to Winona State University (NCAA D2) and Vanessa Schrock to Arkansas State University (NCAA D1).

Roster: Kebra Nanton, Mindy Sywassink, Meg Tierney, Vanessa Schrock, Lindsey Cooper, Rachel Watts, Erin Fantroy, Lori Nowachek, Tammy Sandquist, Megan Ripperton, Nicole Wood, Mandey Evans, Robin Sullivan Coaches: Kim Muhl, Joe Hruska, Angie Ryan


1998 Men's Basketball

The 1998 Kirkwood Men's Basketball team won the school's second NJCAA National Title, the first for the Men's Basketball program. Coach Chris Jans's team went 31-6 and started Kirkwood's annual appearance in the national tournament. The Eagles defeated Sinclair Community College (Ohio) in the championship game by a score of 73-61. The '98 team sent sophomores Ericson Beck to the University of South Alabama (NCAA D1), Brandon Welsch to Robert Morris University (NCAA D1) and Jeremy Wilson to Lewis University (NCAA D2). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a 21-11 record, a conference championship and finished 2nd in the region. Here is where they transferred: Curt Albert to Grand View University (NAIA), and Andrew Robinson to Hawai'i Pacific University (NCAA D2).

Roster: Curt Albert, Arnold Barnes, Ericson Beck, Tony Cress, John Hickie, Ken Howard, Marcus Meeks, Andrew Robinson, Brandon Welsch, Jeremy Wilson, Zach Wise Coaches: Chris Jans, Darin Pint, Ed Madlock


1997 Women's Basketball

The 1997 Kirkwood Women's Basketball team won the school's first NJCAA National Title. Coach Kim Muhl's team went 34-3 and was the cornerstone team for Kirkwood's climb to national dominance. The Eagles defeated Carl Sandburg College (Illinois) in the championship game by a score of 76-67. Coach Muhl was awarded with Region XI Coach of Year for the third time in his career (1990-1995-1997) and named Outstanding Coach of the Tournament for the first time. The '97 team sent sophomores Angie Ryan to Stetson University (NCAA D1), Jessi Vercande to Kansas Benedictine University (NCAA D2) and Allison Iverson to Southeast Missouri State University (NCAA D1). The freshman on the team ended their sophomore season with a 32-5 record and a 5th place finish at the 1998 national tournament, here is where they transferred: Melissa Piper to Morningside University (NCAA D3), Desiree Francis to Iowa State University (NCAA D1) and Julie Baker to Panhandle State University (NCAA D2).

Roster: Sara Corey, Desiree Francis, Megan Modlin, Anna Roth, Julie Baker, Lemekia Young, Melissa Piper, Heather Beierschmitt, Allison Iverson, Jamie Juhl, Jessi Vercande, Angie Ryan Coaches: Kim Muhl, Joe Hruska, Nancee Niemeyer

 


NOTE: This table shows Kirkwood Athletics National Tournament appearances and their tournament finish, year by year.

YEAR TEAM RECORD # OF APPEARANCES NATIONAL FINISH
2017 Women's Basketball 37-0 17th Appearance National Champions
2016 Men's Basketball 31-4 12th Appearance National Champions
  Men's Golf -- 12th Appearance National Runner-Up
  Softball 58-6 14th Appearance 5th Place
  Volleyball 34-10 11th Appearance 7th Place
2015 Women's Basketball 31-6 16th Appearance 5th Place
  Men's Golf -- 11th Appearance 6th Place
  Softball 47-10 13th Appearance 7th Place
  Volleyball 30-17 10th Appearance 7th Place
2013 Men's Golf -- 10th Appearance 4th Place
  Softball 55-3 12th Appearance 5th Place
2012 Women's Basketball 32-4 15th Appearance 6th Place
  Men's Golf -- 9th Appearance Qualifier
  Volleyball 40-9 9th Appearance Qualifier
2011 Men's Basketball 31-6 12th Appearance 5th Place
  Softball 55-11 11th Appearance 7th Place
2010 Women's Basketball 37-1 14th Appearance National Champions
  Men's Basketball 28-8 11th Appearance 3rd Place
  Volleyball   8th Appearance 8th Place
  Men's Golf -- 8th Appearance Qualifier
2009 Women's Basketball 36-1 13th Appearance National Champions
  Men's Basketball 27-6 10th Appearance National Runner-Up
  Men's Golf -- 7th Appearance Qualifier
2008 Women's Basketball 31-6 12th Appearance National Champions
  Men's Basketball 32-4 9th Appearance 3rd Place
  Men's Golf -- 6th Appearance 7th Place
2007 Women's Basketball 35-1 11th Appearance National Champions
  Softball   10th Appearance 7th Place
  Men's Golf -- 5th Appearance  Qualifier
2006 Men's Golf -- 4th Appearance National Champion (Individual), National Runner-Up (Team)
  Women's Basketball 32-5 10th Appearance National Runner-Up
  Men's Basketball 31-5 8th Appearance National Runner-Up
  Softball   9th Appearance Qualifier
2005 Men's Basketball 28-8 7th Appearance National Runner-Up
  Women's Basketball 28-8 9th Appearance 4th Place
  Men's Golf -- 3rd Appearance Qaulifier
2004 Women's Basketball 32-4 8th Appearance 3rd Place
  Men's Basketball 28-9 6th Appearance 4th Place
  Volleyball   7th Appearance Qualifier
  Men's Golf -- 2nd Appearance Qualifier
2003 Volleyball   6th Appearance National Champions
  Men's Basketball 33-4 5th Appearance 3rd Place
  Women's Basketball 31-6 7th Appearance 4th Place
2002 Women's Basketball 33-3 6th Appearance National Champions
  Softball   8th Appearance 5th Place
2001 Volleyball   5th Appearance 4th Place
  Men's Basketball 28-7 4th Appearance 5th Place
  Softball   7th Appearance Qualifier
2000 Volleyball   4th Appearance National Runner-Up
1999 Baseball 49-7 4th Appearance 5th Place
  Women's Basketball 32-5 5th Appearance Qualifier
1998 Men's Basketball 31-6 3rd Appearance National Champions
  Baseball 51-12 3rd Appearance 3rd Place
  Women's Basketball 32-5 4th Appearance 5th Place
  Volleyball   3rd Appearance 5th Place
1997 Women's Basketball 34-3 3rd Appearance National Champions
  Volleyball   2nd Appearance 5th Place
  Men's Basketball 25-10 2nd Appearance Qualifier
1996 Volleyball   1st Appearance Qualifier
1995 Baseball 39-20 2nd Appearance National Runner-Up
  Women's Basketball 29-7 2nd Appearance 6th Place
1993 Baseball 35-19 1st Appearance 8th Place
1990 Women's Basketball 26-9 1st Appearance Qualifier
  Men's Golf -- 1st Appearance Qualifier
1988 Softball   6th Appearance 4th Place
1985 Softball   5th Appearance 3rd Place
1983 Softball   4th Appearance National Runner-Up
1982 Softball   3rd Appearance 4th Place
1981 Softball   2nd Appearance 5th Place
1980 Softball   1st Appearance 5th Place
  Men's Basketball   1st Appearance Qualifier

 

NOTE: This table shows Kirkwood Athletics regular season championships and regional championships, year by year.

YEAR TEAM # OF REGULAR SEASON ICCAC TITLES # OF REGION XI CHAMPIONSHIPS
2017 Women's Basketball 20th Regular Season ICCAC Title 17th Region XI Championship
2016 Women's Basketball 19th Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Men's Basketball 13th Regular Season ICCAC Title 13th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 13th Region XI Championship
  Softball Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Volleyball Regular Season ICCAC Title  
2015 Women's Basketball 18th Regular Season ICCAC Title 16th Region XI Championship
  Softball Regular Season ICCAC Title 13th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 12th Region XI Championship
  Volleyball   10th Region XI Championship
2014 Volleyball Regular Season ICCAC Title  
2013 Women's Basketball 17th Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Men's Golf -- 11th Region XI Championship
  Softball   12th Region XI Championship
  Volleyball Regular Season ICCAC Title  
2012 Women's Basketball 16th Regular Season ICCAC Title 15th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 12th Regular Season ICCAC Title 12th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 10th Region XI Championship
  Volleyball   9th Region XI Championship
2011 Women's Basketball 15th Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Men's Basketball 11th Regular Season ICCAC Title 12th Region XI Championship
  Softball   11th Region XI Championship
  Volleyball   8th Region XI Championship
2010 Women's Basketball 14th Regular Season ICCAC Title 15th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball   11th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 8th Region XI Championship
2009 Women's Basketball 13th Regular Season ICCAC Title 14th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 10th Regular Season ICCAC Title 10th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 7th Region XI Championship
2008 Women's Basketball 12th Regular Season ICCAC Title 13th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 9th Regular Season ICCAC Title 9th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 6th Region XI Championship
2007 Women's Basketball 11th Regular Season ICCAC Title 12th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 8th Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Men's Golf -- 5th Region XI Championship
  Softball   10th Region XI Championship
2006 Women's Basketball 10th Regular Season ICCAC Title 11th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 7th Regular Season ICCAC Title 8th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 4th Region XI Championship
  Baseball Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Softball   9th Region XI Championship
2005 Women's Basketball 9th Regular Season ICCAC Title 10th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 6th Regular Season ICCAC Title 7th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 3rd Region XI Championship
2004 Women's Basketball 8th Regular Season ICCAC Title 9th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 5th Regular Season ICCAC Title 6th Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 2nd Region XI Championship
  Volleyball   7th Region XI Championship
2003 Women's Basketball 7th Regular Season ICCAC Title 8th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 4th Regular Season ICCAC Title 5th Region XI Championship
  Volleyball   6th Region XI Championship
2002 Women's Basketball 6th Regular Season ICCAC Title 7th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 3rd Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Softball   8th Region XI Championship
2001 Women's Basketball 5th Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Men's Basketball   4th Region XI Championship
  Softball   7th Region XI Championship
  Volleyball   5th Region XI Championship
2000 Women's Basketball   6th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 2nd Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Volleyball   4th Region XI Championship
1999 Women's Basketball 4th Regular Season ICCAC Title 5th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball 1st Regular Season ICCAC Title  
  Baseball   4th Region XI Championship
1998 Women's Basketball 3rd Regular Season ICCAC Title 4th Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball   3rd Region XI Championship
  Baseball   3rd Region XI Championship
  Volleyball   3rd Region XI Championship
1997 Women's Basketball 2nd Regular Season ICCAC Title 3rd Region XI Championship
  Men's Basketball   2nd Region XI Championship
  Volleyball   2nd Region XI Championship
1996 Volleyball   1st Region XI Championship
1995 Women's Basketball 1st Regular Season ICCAC Title 2nd Region XI Championship
  Baseball   2nd Region XI Championship
1993 Baseball   1st Region XI Championship
1990 Women's Basketball   1st Region XI Championship
  Men's Golf -- 1st Region XI Championship
1988 Softball   6th Region XI Championship
1985 Softball   5th Region XI Championship
1983 Softball   4th Region XI Championship
1982 Softball   3rd Region XI Championship
1981 Softball   2nd Region XI Championship
1980 Men's Basketball   1st Region XI Championship
  Softball   1st Region XI Championship