Athletics at Centralia College
Centralia College has an excellent intercollegiate program that includes Women's: Volleyball (fall), Basketball (winter), Softball and Golf (spring); and Men's: Basketball (winter) and Baseball (spring).
Be a Trailblazer!
Students wanting to participate in one or more of the Trailblazer teams should contact the coach or Athletics Director or complete the Athletic Recruitment Form. Contact the coach as early as possible to receive practice schedules.
Lady Blazers Go 3-0 at Yakima Tip Off Tourney!
Centralia College wins NWAC President's Cup
L-R: NWAC Executive Director Marco Azurdia, Athletic Director Bob Peters, President Dr. Robert Frost, and Trustee Dr. Joe Dolezal
The Centralia College Trailblazers were the recipients of the second annual NWAC Presidents Cup. The cups are awarded to institutions based on the academic performance of their athletic teams. Points are awarded for student-athletes who complete 36 credits, 72 credits, complete a certificate or earn their degree. Amount of points awarded are determined by student-athletes' GPAs. The conference awards one cup to institutions who offer eight or more sports and one cup awarded to institutions awarded to institutions who offer seven or fewer sports, Mt. Hood won the other cup.
The college competes as a member of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). The NWAC is divided into geographic regions to facilitate administration. Centralia College competes in the Western Region. Each sport holds a regional tournament at the conclusion of league play, and qualified teams proceed to the NWAC championships. For more information on the Northwest Athletic Conference, visit their Web site at www.nwacsports.org.