Delta Athletics Year in Review

Mustang Athletics had arguably their best year ever during the 2014-15 season. Delta finished 7th in California in the National Alliance of Two-Year College Athletic Administrators (NATYCAA) Cup, and 21st in the nation in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. These are Delta’s highest finishes ever in these Cup awards.

These Cups are the best measure of the competitive success of an entire athletic department. Both Cups recognize the success of two-year collegiate athletic departments based on team placement in the post-season championships. There are over 100 athletic departments competing in the NATYCAA Cup, and over 650 athletic departments competing in the Learfield Cup.

Links to the Cup Standings:

Below is more information on the 2014-2015 season and some recent news

Academics and Transfer

  • Over 45% of Delta student-athletes have over a 3.0 cumulative grade point average
  • Over 50 Delta student-athletes have committed/signed to continue their educations and athletic careers at 4-year institutions. (We expect more signings throughout the summer)


  • 12 of our 19 sports finished top 15 in the CCCAA State Championships.
  • Baseball – 2nd, Women’s Basketball – 3rd, Softball – 5th, Men’s Water Polo – 7th, Women’s Water Polo- 7th, Men’ Track & Field – 9th, Volleyball – 9th, Men’s Basketball- 9th, Women’s Swimming and Diving – 11th, Men’s Golf – 13th, Wrestling – 14th, Women’s Cross Country- 14th.
  • Three teams won the Big 8 Championships – Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, and Baseball.
  • 35 student-athletes received All State/All American honors.

Mustangs and former Mustangs in the Major League Baseball Draft (round-name-team)

  • 17 Cameron Leeper SF Giants (LH Pitcher)
  • 33 Collin Theroux Minnesota Twins (Catcher)
  • 38  Dean Kramer SD Padres (RH Pitcher)
  • 25 Marcus Mastrobouni Chicago Cubs graduated from CSU Stanislaus(Catcher)
  • 26 Jordan Devencenzi Oakland A’s  graduated from Reno Nevada (catcher)

Former Mustang Roderick Townsend excels in USA Paralympic Nationals

  • Roderick (Stockton, California) finished with 3 gold medals and one silver at the USA Paralympic Nationals
  • His 2.07 meter mark in the men’s F12/42-47 high jump was a new world record of 2.07.
  • He also won the men’s 100 and long jump and finished 2nd in the triple jump.

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