Henry Ford College Men’s Basketball Wins MCCAA Eastern Conference Championship Two Years in a Row

Henry Ford College men’s basketball team celebrating after winning against St. Clair College

On Feb. 27, St. Clair College (24-6) traveled to Henry Ford College (21-8) to square off for the Michigan Community College Athletic Association Eastern Conference Championship, ending with Henry Ford beating St. Claire 64-63.

Hawks Roller Hockey: Struggling to Find Success

Photo of HFC's roller hockey team

The Henry Ford College Hawks roller hockey team had a tough weekend at Joe Dumars Fieldhouse. They took on Akron, Western Michigan, Michigan State, Stony Brook and Grand Valley all in two days.

Player Profile: Leon Ayers

Photo of HFC Basketball player Leon Ayers making a shot

The Henry Ford College Men’s’ Basketball team is the school’s oldest program, and with that there have been many notable players to step on to the court. One player who is helping lead the Hawks to the playoffs this season is Leon Ayers.

Henry Ford College Men's Basketball Fights but Falls Short to Schoolcraft

Photo of HFC basketball players Luster Johnson and Edwin Bailey

On Feb. 20, Schoolcraft College (13-9) traveled to Henry Ford College (18-9) and squared off in a nationally ranked game, ending with Schoolcraft topping Henry Ford 96-72.

Hawks Wrestling Has Strong Showing at MCCAA

Photo of HFC Wrestling Team

The Henry Ford College Hawks Wrestling team started the first few weeks of the new year with two tournaments. The first was the Michigan Community College Athletic Association Championships, and the second was the Alma Open.

Hawks Halee Dorn: MCCAA Freshman of the Year

Photo of HFC volleyball player Halee Dorn

The Henry Ford College volleyball team accomplished a lot during the 2018 season. Much of their success can be attributed to freshman libero Halee Dorn.

Rough Start for Lady Hawks

Guard Mariah Mitchell gets around WCCD Defender

Henry Ford College women’s basketball team has returned, but not without a couple of challenges, as evident in their 77-43 home game loss against Wayne County Community College last Wednesday.


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