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Cincinnati State athletics provide opportunities for students to enhance their overall experience at the College by encouraging lifelong wellness, sportsmanship, and academics.

Cincinnati State currently fields teams in six sports: women’s and men’s basketball, women’s and men’s soccer, women's volleyball and golf. All six teams regularly compete under the rules and regulations of the National Junior College Athletic Association Region XII (Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio) and play a very competitive junior college schedule. After playing for the Surge, many student- athletes go on to play for four-year institutions.

The Cincinnati State Athletic Department is under the leadership of athletic director Tom Hathaway. Staff members include Wil Cagle, women’s soccer coach; Mike Combs, men’s soccer coach and fitness center director; Kristy Bailey, women's volleyball coach; Sonya Beeler, women's basketball coach; Andre Tate, men's basketball coach; and Scott Webb, golf coach.

 

2013-2014 Year in Review

The 2013-14 athletics year at Cincinnati State is not over, as witnessed by the weekly successes of the Surge golf team, but the athletic program has already boasted success in competition and in the classroom.

 

 

Three of Cincinnati State’s teams—men’s soccer, women’s basketball and men’s basketball—advanced to the NJCAA national championships of their respective post-season tournaments.  Women’s soccer, which advanced to the regional final, narrowly missed becoming a fourth member of that elite group.

 

 

Cincinnati State is one of only six NJCAA colleges to send teams to three national championships.

 

 

Surge teams combined to capture two Ohio Community College Athletic Conference championships (men’s basketball, men’s soccer) and three district or regional titles.  The teams combined for a record of 90-49-2, a .645 winning percentage.

 

 

Three Cincinnati State student-athletes were selected as OCCAC most outstanding performers in their sports and a total of 20 received all-conference honors.  The Surge also had 13 receive all-region honors and had four NJCAA All-Americans—Liam Doyle (men’s soccer), Julie Martin (women’s soccer), Winston Grays (men’s basketball) and Phylicia Johnson (women’s basketball).

 

 

Doyle also earned Academic All-American honors.

 

 

Academically, 39 Cincinnati State student-athletes—43 percent—were named Surge Scholar Athletes for the Fall Semester, having grade point averages of 3.0 or better while passing at least 12 semester hours.  Seventeen had GPAs of 3.5 or better, qualifying for the college’s Dean’s List, and three posted perfect 4.0s.

 

 

It is projected that 22 of the program’s 27 sophomore student-athletes will graduate at the end of the Spring or Summer semester terms. 12 have already accepted offers to play at the NCAA Div. I level next season. 7 will play Div. II and others will make their decisions on where to play later on this summer.

 

 

MENS SOC CHAMPSMen's soccer finished the season with an 18-2-2 record while claiming the OCCAC & Region XII titles.

WBB DISTRICT CHAMPSThe women's basketball team upset 5th ranked Owens for their 3rd district title in 4 seasons.

MBB DISTRICT CHAMPSAndre Tate's Surge went on to win the district title and earned a 6th place finish at the NJCAA national tournament.

 

 

 

Cincinnati SportsMedicine partners with Cincinnati State

1CSM LOGOCincinnati State and Cincinnati SportsMedicine and Orthopaedic Center have agreed to a partnership which will not only provide athletic training services for the Surge athletic teams but will benefit student and staff wellness.

 

Under the arrangement, Cincinnati State student-athletes will have the medical services of Cincinnati SportsMedicine’s nationally-known orthopaedic specialists along with its highly-qualified physical therapy resources for the immediate treatment and recovery from athletic injuries.

 

Jessica Pykosz, a recent graduate of Mt. St. Joseph College and a Milford native, has been appointed athletic trainer for the Surge teams.

 

Dr. Frank R. Noyes, chairman and medical director of CSMOC and an internationally recognized authority on the diagnosis and treatment of complex knee problems, will serve as the chief orthopaedic specialist for Cincinnati State athletics.  “We’re excited to be partnering with Cincinnati State during the upcoming school year,” commented Dr. Noyes.  “Our goal is to provide the best orthopaedic & sports medicine care to the student body and faculty.  Our team of physicians, physical therapists, and athletic trainers are well respected in their professions and our team is here for you.”

 

Cincinnati Sports Medicine will make its services available to Cincinnati State’s students, faculty and staff.  Members of the Cincinnati State community can have their athletic-related injuries assessed on campus, with timely referrals to the Cincinnati SportsMedicine physicians when warranted.

 

“Cincinnati SportsMedicine has an outstanding reputation for its advancements in the treatment and prevention of athletic injuries,” stated Cincinnati State athletic director Tom Hathaway.  “We are pleased to have their outstanding sports medicine services, and the support Dr. Noyes and their highly-regarded staff of physicians, for our student-athletes.”

 

For more information on Cincinnati SportsMedicine's services, please visit - http://www.cincinnatisportsmed.com/

 

 

 

 

 

Theresa Check inducted into Cincinnati State Athletic Hall of Fame

 

check.jpgTheresa Check, former athletic director and women’s basketball coach at Cincinnati State, has been inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame. The recognition took place at the annual athletic awards banquet on April 11.

 

Check compiled a 64-23 record in three seasons as head coach at Cincinnati State, directing the Surge to a pair of Ohio Community College Athletic Conference championships and an appearance in the National Junior College Athletic Association national tournament in 2011. She relinquished her coaching responsibilities following the 2010-11 season, but Cincinnati State Athletic Director said her efforts helped pave the way for the team’s 2012 national tournament appearance. (The Cincinnati State women finished fourth in that event.)

 

During Check’s tenure as Cincinnati State’s athletic director, teams from the college made five NJCAA national tournament appearances in men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s soccer and men’s golf.

 

Check retired as athletic director in 2012, but continues to teach at Cincinnati State as an adjunct.

 

Prior to joining Cincinnati State, Check established herself as one of the top women’s basketball coaches in Ohio. Her teams compiled more than 400 victories in 17 seasons as head women’s basketball coach at Central State, earning Converse/NAIA Coach of the Year honors in 1993. She also served as athletic director there for 11 years. Under her leadership, football was reinstated and tennis, volleyball, baseball, softball and bowling were added.

 

Check is a member of the NAIA Hall of Fame and the Central State Hall of Fame.

 

Check is the third person to be enshrined in the Cincinnati State Athletic Hall of Fame. She joins John Hurley, former athletic director and men’s basketball coach, and Omar Cummings, an All-American soccer player who is now playing at the professional level.

 

 

 

Cincinnati State athletics continue to build a winning tradition

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In recent years, Cincinnati State has proven to be one of the most successful junior college programs in the nation. Women's basketball repeated as champions of the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference in 2009 and 2010. Women's soccer finished 2010 ranked 13th nationally among all junior colleges and advanced to the NJCAA Regional Final in 2013. The most crowning achievements were earned by the 2010 & 2014 men's basketball team, the 2010,2012 & 2013 men's soccer team, the 2011, 2012 & 2014 women's basketball team and the 2010 & 2011 men's golf  teams as each program competed in the NJCAA National Tournament and made school history with record breaking results as shown below:

Men's Basketball

2010 NJCAA National Runners - Up, 2010 OCCAC Champions, 2010 NJCAA Region XII District 11 Champions, Overall Record: 27-9, Head Coach: Andre Tate

2014 NJCAA National Tournament - 6th Place, 2014 Co-OCCAC Champions, 2014 Region XII District 11 Champions, Ranked No. 1 in Final Regular Season Poll, Overall Record: 29-5, Head Coach: Andre Tate

Women's Basketball

2011 NJCAA National Tournament Appearance, 2011 NJCAA Region XII Champions, #7 National Ranking, Overall Record: 24-11, Head Coach: Theresa Check,

2012 NJCAA National Tournament Appearance, 2012 NJCAA Region XII District I Champions, 2012 OCCAC Champions, Overall Record: 32-3

2014 NJCAA District I Champions, 2014 NJCAA National Tournament Appearance, Overall Record: 21-12, Head Coach: Sonya Beeler

Men's Golf

2010 & 2011 NJCAA National Tournament Qualifier,  2010 & 2011 NJCAA Region XII Champions, Head Coach: Scott Webb

Men's Soccer

2010 NJCAA National Runners Up, 2010 NJCAA District Champions, 2010 NJCAA Region XII Champions,  2010 OCCAC Champions,  #2 National Ranking, Overall Record: 22-3-0, Head Coach: Mike Combs

2012 NJCAA National Tournament Appearance, 2012 NJCAA District Champions; 2012 NJCAA Region XII Champions, 2012 Co- OCCAC Champions, #7 National Ranking, Overall Record: 18-6-1, Head Coach: Mike Combs

2013 NJCAA National Tournament Appearance, 2013 NJCAA Region XII Champions, 2013 OCCAC Champions, #6 National Ranking, Overall Record: 18-2-2, Head Coach: Mike Combs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Everyone is encouraged to attend Cincinnati State’s athletic events. Support the Surge and build pride in the Cincinnati State community. Admission to all home games is free with a valid SurgeCard.

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Athletic Hall of Fame

The Cincinnati State Surge Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes and celebrates the outstanding athletic contributions of Cincinnati State coaches, graduates, and administratiors. Click here to download a nomination form.

 

 

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