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Visit the Cougar Nation Athletic Website to learn about our teams, their coaches, schedules, rankings and how to become a part of our Cougar Nation.

It is the mission of the department of athletics to offer programs that provide diverse opportunities for participation and foster a sense of collegiality among the college community while promoting character development, leadership qualities, sportsmanship and academic excellence in our student-athletes.

For this purpose, the athletic department at Camden County College offers 14 intercollegiate sports consisting of:

  • Men’s and women’s soccer
  • Men’s and women’s cross-country
  • Men’s and women’s basketball
  • Men’s and women’s golf
  • Men’s and women’s track and field
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Women’s tennis 
  • Men’s wrestling

Athletic Highlights

Cougar Wrestling will be heading to Lackawanna CC this weekend for the Gulf Atlantic District Championship. The students representing Camden...
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Camden County College Women’s Basketball entered the national rankings for the 1st time this year. The Cougars have been receiving...
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Camden County College Athletics had a great fall semester. Women's tennis finishes a great season by winning the Region 19...
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Women’s basketball continues their dominance in region 19. The women are currently on an 8-game win streak, and are 10-3,...
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The men’s and women’s basketball teams captured two wins this week, beating both Bergen County College and Middlesex County College....
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Camden County College’s Men’s Soccer Team finished the regular season 9-1 overall, and is the second place NJCAA Division III...
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If you have any further questions please schedule an appointment with Will Logan, Athletic Director at or 856/227-7200 Ext. 4260.

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

Learn more about Title IX Policy and Procedures for Student Sex Discrimination here.

Executive Dean of Student Affairs

Anne Daly-Eimer
Taft Hall, Room 233
Phone: 856-227-7200, ext. 4371