Men's Basketball Alumni


Year(s) with the Jets

Where did they go from here?

Derek Belote


Spring Arbor University

Jordan Ebbs


University of Texas-Permian Basin

Jalen Jarrett


University of Texas-Permian Basin

Reggie Johnson


Lourdes College

Kyle MacDonald


Adrian College

Nick Minnerath


University of Detroit

Elliot Munz


Indiana Tech

Andrew Sierminski


Spring Arbor University

Eoghann Stephens


Madonna University


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Alumni Association

Alumni Wall of Fame

“The most important thing in a person's life is education. Only with that do people have a chance in life to do the things they want to do.”

Howard Woods

A devoted sports enthusiast, “Coach” – as many know him, spent about 35 years with the Jackson Recreation Department as a coach, umpire, playground director and recreation center leader helping those of all ages. Howard currently serves on the City of Jackson Parks and Recreation Board. The grounds at the Martin Luther King Center have been named in his honor.

Howard’s professional career revolved around the Juvenile Court System as a Probation Officer and later as the Director of Court Services. His contributions to the youth of his community are measured by the young lives he has shaped for the future. Howard has earned many accolades throughout Michigan, including the Liberty Bell, Neil Zott and Al Cotton Awards.

Howard was named the Michigan All Conference Guard both years he attended JCC, as part of the Michigan Junior College Athletic Conference. Howard held the state record of 27 points in a game for many years.


June 24, 2009 Men's basketball's Munz signs with Indiana Tech

Jackson Community College congratulates Jets men’s basketball forward Elliot Munz, who has signed to play basketball with the Warriors of Indiana Tech in the 2009-’10 academic year.

Munz, a sophomore from Saline, Mich., was named to the Michigan Community College Athletic Association All Star team and Second Team All-MCCAA Western Conference in the 2009 season. JCC coach Steve Finamore said, “I am so happy for Elliot. Not only is Indiana Tech getting a getting a good basketball player, they are also getting a solid student and an even better person off the court. He came to us with only one year of eligibility, and he came to practice and competed every single day. Elliott can shoot the ball well from the outside, finish strong and handle it as well. He made many key baskets for us and was instrumental in JCC winning seven conference games and making the playoffs. I wish him all the luck in the world. The Jets will miss him next season.”

Indiana Tech’s main campus is located in Fort Wayne, Ind.