Fayetteville Technical Community College is proudly affiliated with the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), Division-II Region 10.

New Athletic Programs

  • Men’s Baseball
  • Men’s Basketball
  • Women’s Basketball
  • Men’s Golf
  • Women’s Golf
  • Women’s Softball
  • Women’s Volleyball
  • Mascot: Trojans

Director of Intercollegiate Athletics: Michael Neal

Go Trojans!

Tickets for basketball games will be available at the front gate 1 hour before game time and until the start of the second half.


Students of FTCC with current ID’s and children under 10 years of age will get into the games FREE of charge. General admission: $5.00

Our Mission

Fayetteville Tech Community College established the Intercollegiate Sports Program to enhance an already vibrant Campus for Student Activities.  The program will allow students to have a feel of a senior institution while being able to offer the finest education available to students.  Student-athletes have natural leadership abilities and will enhance the student body.  The program will be a positive factor for the image and success of FTCC.

  • We will recruit student-athletes who have good character that will be a positive addition to our college. Our athletic staff will further develop those traits.
  • We will work with each student-athlete to meet their personal and academic goals. We want to have 100% to graduate, transfer to a senior institution, or meet their academic goal.
  • We will develop a program of academic support to assist student-athletes through Student Learning and continuing academic monitoring.
  • We will prepare our student-athletes and teams to be competitive within the region, and build a program that is competitive nationally.
  • We will follow all college and NJCAA policies, and comply with all local, state, and federal laws.
  • We will operate in a transparent manner and model ethical behavior for the region.



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Fayetteville Technical Community College
Fayetteville Technical Community College
Fayetteville Technical Community College

Think you have what it takes?

Fayetteville Tech Community College established the Intercollegiate Sports Program and is currently looking for athletes for all teams.

Athletic Highlight: Amarilis Floyd
Amarilia Floyd
Women's Basketball

"My love for the game has intensified ever since joining this squad."

Amarilis is currently pursuing a degree in Nursing while playing for our Fayetteville Tech Trojans. She is a versatile player that uses her speed and wingspan to force points on turnovers.

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Keep up with our Trojans on Social Media

Follow your Fayetteville Tech Trojans on Social Media to keep up with the teams!

Our school has always had a rich history of being true competitors no matter the opposition. Follow your Trojans to find out more about our Basketball and Golf teams!

Prospective Athletes

All teams are currently recruiting athletes. Please fill out the Athlete Interest Form to express your interest and request more information.

Tryouts are open to all current and future students. Trojan Basketball players must be enrolled full time during the 2016-17 season and be committed to making academic progress toward graduation.

NJCAA regulations require that all participants must have a current physical within the past 12 months before trying out for the teams. A copy of the physical must be provided prior to court time.

Additional Information
  • Our Men’s Golf Team's time in the NJCAA Division II Championship has ended. Rain and course conditions prompted officials to take only the top 15 teams to compete in the final round. Our team ranked 18th. Players Tyler Fox and Andrew Moon will continue playing in hopes of making All American.

Congratulate our Men’s team for an exciting season and making it to the championships in only its second year! We’re proud of you, Tyler, Andrew, Harrison Howe, AJ Banko and Head Coach John Cole. ⛳️👏🏻
  • Day Two of the NJCAA Div II Championship in Foley, Ala. was a welcomed challenge for our Men’s Golf Team. Tyler Fox posted the lowest score for the team, even par 72, also matching his career low. Andrew Moon and Harrison Howe had solid performances of 78, and AJ Banko with 95. 
The team is wrapping up the day with dinner on the gulf coast. Ladies and gentlemen, this is how you enjoy making it to the top. #Trojans #BlackNGold #OnlyUpFromHere ⛳️
  • Day 1 highlights. Harrison Howe and Tyler Fox. #NJCAA #Championship #Trojans ⛳️
  • There’s always time for 🍩. Men’s Golf Team player Harrison Howe fueled up for tomorrow’s championship game with the @krispykreme Challenge: a dozen doughnuts in 5 minutes. 
Challenge completed in 3:28. #MultiTalented #HomerSimpsonHasNothingOnUs 👏🏻🙌🏼
  • Wishing the best of luck to our Men’s Golf Team as they prepare for the NJCAA Division II National Championship beginning tomorrow in Foley, Ala. at GlenLakes Golf Club. Bring home the W, team!!! #HoleInOne #InItToWinIt ⛳️
  • Bye guys. We know Head Basketball Coach Brian Hurd will miss you like us 😢 #Trojans #Forever #BlackNGold
  • Highlights from our Trojan Athletics Awards Banquet. We love our players! #BlackNGold #Trojans 🏀⛳️
  • Talent from across Cumberland County will comprise our Women’s Volleyball Team lead by Head Coach Maurice Licardo! Let us re-introduce these ladies who will don the colors black and gold. From left to right: Emily Bresee of Grays Creek High who will play setter; Current FTCC student Sharon Brown will play hitter. She’s a graduate of 71st High School; Defensive specialist Paige Stalnaker comes by way of Cape Fear High; Katelynn Stovall will play hitter. She’s a current FTCC student and graduated from Jack Britt High 
Ladies, we can’t wait to cheer for you! 🏐🖤💛

We are proud members of the National Junior College Athletic Association