Pioneer Rush for Literacy
The Pioneers are involved in the Pioneer Rush for Literacy, a Program collaborating education with physical fitness. It's a chance for our student-athletes to go out and make a difference in the community. Every Pioneer student-athlete volunteers 20 hours throughout the year. This program allows children to have an educational break while still learning literacy and math concepts through exercie. While many of the students are not familiar with Delta College Athletics, that doesn't stop thm from being thrilled by the Delta athletes as they lead through exercises in their green and white uniforms.
Pinconning Boys and Girls Club
A group of Pioneer student-athletes became coaches for the Pinconning Boys and Girls club to kick off their 2013 season. Our student-athletes were able to put the kids through some basketball drills teaching them the ins and outs of basketball inlcuding dribbling, shooting and passing techniques.
The men and women's basketball programs at Pinconning Boy's and Girls Club
Delta Athletics Get into the Halloween Spirit
The Delta Athletics programparticipted in the Delta College Trick for Treat event on October 27th. The players helped collect canned goods, pass out candy as well as have fun with the children.
"They did a great job and represented out entire athletic department very well, "Athletic Director Shelly Raube.
The women's soccer team getting ready to hand out candy.
The men's basektball and women's soccer team collecting and organizing the can goods brought in by the community.
DC5K Run Choose Hope for Cancer Event
Friendly, supportive competitions like the Delta 5K run give people the opportunity to stand up against cancer. This was the 5th year Delta College held this even on campus. Although it was a cold morning it didn't stop runners and walkers from ages 7-65 from coming out and competing in the ract on Oct. 27yh. A gorup of Pioneer student-athletes came to support the event in either set up, during therac handing ur water, or cleaning p the event. The day flowed over into the fun games for kids to enjoy while our Lady Pioneers took on Jackson College in their last games of their regular season. All in all we were able to raise $300 to support the local cancer societies.