2016 Softball Standings
Eastern Conference
 SchoolMCCAAOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
  % - Alpena0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Delta0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Henry Ford0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Macomb0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Mott0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Oakland0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Schoolcraft0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 St. Clair County0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
Western Conference
 SchoolMCCAAOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
 Ancilla0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Glen Oaks0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
  > - Grand Rapids0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Jackson0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Kalamazoo Valley0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Kellogg0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Lake Michigan0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Lansing0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
 Muskegon0-0.0000-0.000--0-00-00-0
% - MCCAA Probation (Conference record 0-0)
> - Canceled Seaon
Recent Softball Headlines
Softball - Thu, Jan. 28, 2016

The defending MCCAA softball championship Kellogg Community College is in the other school receiving votes in the NJCAA Division II pre-season softball poll. The Bruins finished last season with 37-13 overall record and won the MCCAA Western Conference with a 27-5 record. They posted a 1-2 record in the NJCAA District I Softball Tournament. The MCCAA Western Conference schedule kicks of on March 25.

Softball - Mon, Jun. 15, 2015

Kalamazoo Valley Community College's Kaylynn Carpenter and Oakland Community College's Jessica Berner have won the Marucci Elite Hitter Award. The award is presented to the player with the highest batting average in each district that were on the All-Region Team and nomimated for All-American consideration. 

Softball - Thu, Jun. 4, 2015

Five MIchigan Community College Athletic Association softball players have earned NJCAA Division II softball All-American honors. Four players earned Second Team All-American Honors and one other player earned Third Team All-American Honors. 

Softball - Wed, Apr. 22, 2015

The Kellogg Community College softball team is in the top 20 in this week's NJCAA Division II softball poll. The Bruins, who are 31-10 overall and 24-4 in the MCCAA Western Conference, are ranked 16th in this week poll. They will host Muskegon Community College on Friday at Bailey Park in Battle Creek. They have clinched a berth in the NJCAA District I Tournament.