Moraine Valley athletics has 12 teams that compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association and the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference. If you love playing sports, consider trying out, or if you love watching sports, come out and cheer on the Cyclones at an upcoming game.

Past athletic standouts include Richaun Holmes, who was drafted by the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers in 2015, along with two former baseball players who moved on to Major League Baseball, including Bobby Madritsch (1997-98) who played for the Seattle Mariners starting in 2005 and pitcher Brian Loconsole (2010) who was selected by the Los Angeles Angels in the 20th round of the 2013 MLB draft.

Our men's and women's programs have combined for 44 Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference championships in addition to several conference Player of the Year honorees and players moving on to find success in college.

Visit the Athletics website for more information.



Numerous intramural sports teams compete for fun and bragging rights each semester, as well. Intramurals are offered through the college’s Health, Fitness and Recreation Center–called FitRec.

The Moraine Valley Intramural Sports program is open to students, regardless of physical ability or skill level. The program provides an opportunity for all to participate in individual, dual, team, and meet sports at various levels of competition. Enjoy the sport of your choice in a fun, friendly and safe environment. Intramurals are free for Full-time Moraine Valley students and part-time Moraine Valley students with FitRec memberships. If you want to play but do not have a team, attend the Free agent info meeting and you can meet other free agents to join a team.