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COLLEGE SOCER- MEN’S SOCCER: St. Clair CC to add men’s soccer in 2024.


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Skippers have multiple coaching openings in men’s and women’s soccer


PORT HURON, Mich. – College soccer is coming to the Blue Water area.

The St. Clair County Community College recently announced that it will be adding men’s soccer for the 2024-25 academics school year, becoming the first men’s soccer collegiate program in the Port Huron and surrounding Michigan Thumb region.


St. Clair County CC has sponsored women’s soccer since the 2020-21 school year. Men’s soccer will become the 16th sport offered at St. Clair County CC, often referred to as SC4.


“We are happy to announce the addition of men’s soccer to our athletics department,” said SC4 Director of Athletics Dale Vos in a statement. “Our women’s soccer program has continued to grow and we are confident the new men’s soccer program will be an outstanding opportunity for those wanting to play at the college level. SC4 looks forward to welcoming new student athletes from our service area and beyond, including international students.”


Budget numbers for men’s soccer were unavailable at press time.


SC4 will become the sixth community college in Michigan to offer men's soccer this fall. The Skippers will not compete as an independent in their inaugural campaign but dive in and compete from the start in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association along with Grand Rapids Community College, Jackson Community College, Lake Michigan Community College, Muskegon Community College and Schoolcraft Community College as well as Plymouth, Indiana-based Marian University-Ancilla College as part of the seven-school conference.


St. Clair County Community College will play home games at the Skippers Soccer Field at Morton Park, located across the street from the beautiful St. Clair River at 560 Busha Hwy in Marysville, Michigan. The complex opened in 2021 and provides a collegiate synthetic turf surface that spans an impressive 75 yards wide by 120 yards long. The facility also includes a 25x35-yard Skippers Skills Field and a four-lane workout track.  


The search for a head coach and assistant coaches is underway. Candidates may apply online at


“We are still trying to fill several coaching positions for both men’s soccer and women’s soccer,” added Vos.


The men’s soccer program is still considering candidates for head coach and two assistant coaches, while the women’s soccer program has openings for a head coach and one assistant coach. Both of those positions were recently vacated as two women’s soccer coaches departed to a four-year institution in South Carolina. Any students interested in joining the men's soccer team are encouraged to contact the St. Clair County Community College Athletics Department at (810) 989-5662 to be added to the recruitment list. 

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