Joshua Mann was a member of the Henry Ford College basketball team in 2013 before getting injured prior to the start of the 2014 season and transferring to Rhode Island for 2015 season, and then transferring to a four-year school in 2016.
The Henry Ford College softball team, led by Coach Steve Brown, has had a solid season so far. The team consists of 13 players, 11 freshmen and two sophomores. Their current record is 10-10 overall, with a league play record of 4-4.
On April 6, the Henry Ford College Hawks men’s baseball team played a double-header against the Delta College Pioneers. Henry Ford lost 5-3 in the first game but prevailed 3-1 in the second.
On April 3, 2019, Henry Ford College’s faculty, staff, and students played basketball to support the College’s Hawk’s Nest.
The Henry Ford College baseball team is back for a new season under new head coach Mike Abney.
On March 9, the Henry Ford College men’s basketball team lost the National Junior Athletic Association (NJCAA) District 10 championship in Grand Rapids to St. Clair County Community College, 88-71. The Hawks made it farther than last year’s team.
In the National Junior College Athletic Association District 10 Championship, Henry Ford College lost to St. Clair County Community College, 88-71.
On March 8, Henry Ford College (23-9) traveled to Grand Rapids as the number one seed in district ten of the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament.
On March 2, Henry Ford College defeated Grand Rapids Community College 77-73 to win the Michigan Community College Athletic Association championship.