Baseball Accomplishments

Muscatine Community College has established itself as one of the top Division I junior college programs in the Midwest. Muscatine Community College competes in Region XI, a Division I conference in Iowa. We are a highly competitive program striving to succeed every day. 
The Cardinal baseball program has much to offer a young man who is committed to becoming an excellent baseball player and at the same time work toward a college degree. Those offerings include a 76 game schedule, a beautiful baseball facility in Tom Bruner Field, and an opportunity to compete in the ICCAC, which is one of the most competitive baseball conferences in the country.

Because of our excellent athletic and academic reputation, we have sent many of our athletes to good major college programs.

Academically, we have established ourselves as a sound starting point in our athlete's quest in acquiring
a four-year college degree.

In addition, 12 Cardinal athletes have been named to All-American teams, and 40 former Cardinals have signed contracts to play baseball professionally. We also had three Cardinals drafted in the 2001 Major League Draft. As a program we have received numerous accolades; highlighted by national poll rankings and two World Series appearances in 1994 and 1999.