NJCAA

AcronymDefinition
NJCAANational Junior College Athletic Association
NJCAANew Jersey Community Action Association (Trenton, NJ)
NJCAANational Job Corps Alumni Association
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Sloan led the NJCAA DIvision I nationally in assists.
Kragel is a graduate of Southwestern Community College in Creston, Iowa, where he was an NJCAA first-team All-American in 1974.
NJCAA DIVISION I Jeff Johnson, Chipola Junior College (FL)
Achievements: 2000 Olympic Games gold medalist; 1999 Pan American Games gold medalist; two time NJCAA first-team All-America selection while at Palm Beach Community College in Lake Worth, Fla; led the 2000 Olympic team with 10 hits, three home runs and five runs scored; had 18 assists and a perfect fielding percentage during her 10 starts.
NORTH-EAST youths title-holder Greg McBain fell foul to food poisoning and was forced to withdraw from the final round of the NJCAA mens championship.
Colleges that were not publicly supported or not a member of NJCAA were removed from the study, leaving a total of 62 institutions.
Aside from her junior college national championship in the hammer throw, she also finished third in the NJCAA in the discus throw.
Logan College women's basketball team, 89-66, last Thursday in the semifinals of the NJCAA District P tournament held at Rend Lake College's Waugh Gymnasium.
In 2006 he was hired as the first-ever athletic director at Patrick Henry Community College (Virginia) and led the institution to being the first community college in Virginia to join the NJCAA.
Asoro earned honourable mention NJCAA All-America honours with Daytona State in 2012-13.
All athletic facilities should meet NJCAA & NCAA specifications for competition.