The mission of the Delaware Tech Athletic Department is to provide a comprehensive support program for all student-athletes that promotes academic success, a positive athletic experience, and overall personal growth. The staff is committed to working closely with coaches, faculty, and Student Affairs to help student-athletes balance the demands of their academic responsibilities and athletic endeavors.
- The ultimate goal of the Athletic Department is that every student-athlete entering the College continually strives toward the completion of degree requirements and graduation.
- The Athletic Department operates under the guidance of the Dean of Student Affairs and follows all bylaws and regulations established by the National Junior College Athletic Association and Region XIX , which includes schools in New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Students interested in athletic participation must meet NJCAA eligibility requirements.
- The Athletic Department offers equitable opportunities for both men and women and complies with the spirit and intent of Title IX and gender equity guidelines.
- The Athletic Department promotes and encourages community service and outreach as a valuable endeavor for student-athletes.
Sports at Delaware Tech per Campus
|Dover (Terry Campus)||Georgetown (Owens Campus)||Stanton (Stanton Campus)|
|Please Note: Students can apply to play a sport at any campus and are not limited to the campus they are attending.|
STANTON – On May 3, 2016, the Athletics Department at the Stanton Campus hosted its annual Athletic Awards Banquet to celebrate the accomplishments of its student-athletes.
Delaware Tech men’s lacrosse had four players named NJCAA Region XIX 2016 All-Region.
Goalie Curtis Thomson and defender Chase Evans were first-team selections, while midfielders Jordan Ashby and Justin Malloy were second-team honorees.
Delaware Tech Student-Athlete Shawn Flanagan was named to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Men’s Basketball All Region First Team by the Region XIX Division II Basketball Committee.
This year’s Delaware Tech cross country and volleyball programs are in the midst of a historic season. And while they are doing well in competition, history is being made as the College’s athletic teams are comprised of students from all campuses statewide. This fall, the men’s and women’s cross country teams have runners from the Terry Campus, Owens Campus and Stanton and George Campuses.
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Please Note: Students can apply to play a sport at any campus and are not limited to the campus they are attending. Wilmington students often play sports at the Stanton location because of its close proximity, but may participate at any campus.