The MCC women couldn’t gain a split on the season versus DMACC last night, as the Tiger Women lost 65 to 55 at the Student Activities Center. MCC now 8 and 17 on the season.
The MCC men took on Iowa Central In fort Dodge last night and came away with a 91-84 victory. Mohammed Thiam popped in 28 to lead the Tigers.
The Teams of MCC will host Indian Hills SAturday, the women at five, the men at 7 p.m. The Indian Hills men are ranked number two in the NJCAA.
MCC will be raising money for men’s soccer head coach Rafael Martinez’s son Pablo, who was diagnosed with cancer in September.