Greetings from the Athletic Director
Welcome to West Los Angeles College and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. West belongs to the highly competitive Western State Conference (WSC) which is the oldest and largest community college athletic conference in the state of California. Our football program is a member of the Southern California Football Association (SCFA). West is a member in good standing of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA). We adhere to and abide by the conference constitution, bylaws, and individual sport supplements, as well as the state CCCAA/COA constitution.
Ricardo Hooper, Ed.D - Athletic Director
(310) 287-4513 | HooperRA@wlac.edu
The Ultimate Goal
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We offer a comprehensive athletic program with 10 collegiate sports to fit the athletic interests of our student body. We also anticipate adding a women's softball program and a men's soccer program in the near future.
What West Has to Offer
Committed to Student Athletes
Our quality coaches and programs will challenge your skills and help you improve as a student and an athlete. Academics are the number one priority of our department with an eye on graduation and transfer to a four-year college or university following a successful career at West.
Academic Support & Medical Staff
We provide outstanding student-athlete support systems with academic guidance from a full time athletic-academic counselor. In addition, our staff includes two full-time equipment and facilities attendants, and eligibility clerk, and an athletic department secretary. Student-athletes' sport medicine needs are handled by a National Athletic Trainers Association certified athletic trainer and several student trainers as well as a group of team medical doctors from Kerlan-Jobe, a renowned LA orthopaedic group.
Our facilities include quality weight and strength equipment, a gym with two full size courts for basketball and volleyball, a nine lane all-weather running track, artificial turf football/soccer field, and more. Our facilities will be further improved with new construction beginning in the fall of 2010 on a football grandstand; new softball, soccer and baseball fields; and a new Allied Health and Wellness building that will include a weight rooms, offices, classrooms, locker rooms, an Olympic outdoor swimming pool, athletic training room, and team meeting rooms.
It's great to be a Wildcat!