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Quincy College is in Region XXI of the National Junior College Athletic Association, NJCAA.

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Athletics Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Quincy College Athletic program to provide our student-athletes with the opportunity to enhance their overall educational experience through participation in intercollegiate athletics. It is our belief that student athletes gain worthwhile experience in teamwork and leadership, while also developing character and integrity.

It is our goal that each student-athlete will be dedicated to success both in the classroom and on the playing fields.  Finally, student athletes will act morally and socially responsible in their role as a representative of the Quincy College community.

Athletics Department

Josh Motroni, Director of Athletics

Josh Motroni has served as the Director of Athletics at Quincy College since June of 2017.  Mr. Motroni leads Quincy College athletes participating in NJCAA Region 21. Quincy College currently participates in Men’s Soccer and Men’s Basketball as part of NJCAA Region 21. Mr. Motroni also supports intramural athletics for Quincy College’s two campuses located in Quincy and Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Mr. Motroni brings over sixteen years of coaching experience at both the High School and Collegiate levels.  He started his athletic career coaching High School Baseball at Stoughton High, and Basketball at Brimmer & May, a Prep school in Chestnut Hill, MA.  During his tenure at Brimmer and May Preparatory School, Coach Motroni led his teams to four conference championship appearances culminating in the an appearance in the New England Final Four capturing the Brimmer and May Preparatory Schools’ first New England Prepatory School Athletic Conference title in 2005.

Mr. Motroni’s collegiate experience is varied; working as Lead Assistant for the Emerson College Women’s Basketball Team.  In this role, he coached, recruited, assisted with scheduling, and scouted upcoming athletic talent.  Under Mr. Motroni’s leadership, Emerson College’s Women’s Basketball team had two winning seasons and qualified for the Great Northeast Athletic Conference tournament. Building upon his success both at the collegiate and inter-scholastic levels, Coach Motroni was named Head Coach for Region 21 school Northern Essex University in 2007. Coach Motroni has also served as a Head Coach for Women’s Basketball at Fisher College and Lesley University.

When not leading the Quincy College Athletic department, Mr. Motroni is a Senior Operations Technician for the New England Sports Network, the home for both the Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins.

Douglas Scott, Men’s Basketball Head Coach
Doug Scott begins his first season as the Quincy college head men’s basketball coach. Coach Scott grew up in Quincy where he started his basketball career at Quincy high school. He was a 4 year starter, led Quincy to two Patriot League titles and is the all-time leading scorer in the city of Quincy. Doug went on to play basketball at Massasoit Community College where he continued to excel. He was named NJCAA Division 2 first team All-New England. Following his playing career, Coach Scott began coaching at the high school level as an assistant coach at Quincy High School. He also coached for several AAU programs on the South Shore. Doug stays active in the community serving as director of summer leadership camps for the BO Foundation servicing over 100 adolescents during the summer evenings. Doug and his wife Paige live in Quincy with their daughter Savannah.

Idris Senyonjo, Men’s Soccer Head Coach

First Year Head Coach Idris Senyonjo will lead the Quincy College Men’s soccer team as they enter Region 21 of the NJCAA.  Coach Senyonjo  was born and raised in Uganda, and has been involved with soccer both in Africa and in the United States. Mr. Senyonjo played High School and Semi-Pro Soccer in Uganda for the respected Express FC organization.  In 2009 Idris moved to the United States to attend UMass Boston to study Biology and continue his soccer career.  After earning his Bachelor’s degree, Coach Senyonjo shifted from playing to coaching.  Since 2012, he has coached many youth levels including the U19 Mass Youth District 2 team along with the U18 Girls and U12 Boys teams for America FC United based out of Quincy.

Along with building the Quincy College Men’s program, Coach Senyonjo works at Best Doctors Inc., a company that provides patients with second opinion treatment as well as help confirm diagnosis.

In his spare time, Coach Senyonjo enjoys traveling and exploring various parts of the world.

Contact Us

Josh Motroni
Director of Athletics
1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169
(p) 617-405-5987
jmotroni@quincycollege.edu

Douglas Scott
Men’s Basketball Head Coach
1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169
(p) 857-939-2333
dscott@quincycollege.edu

Idris Senyonjo
Men’s Soccer Head Coach
1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169
(p) 781-888-8276
isenyonjo@quincycollege.edu

Eligibility for NJCAA Athletics

Eligibility to participate in a NJCAA sport in accordance to the by-laws of the NJCAA is as followed.  The student athlete must be in good academic standing in accordance with the rules and by-laws of the NJCAA, Region 21, and Quincy College.  The student-athlete must be an amateur, who has not exhausted their eligibility.

NJCAA Academic Eligibility Requirements

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General Academic Requirements:

In order to participate, a student-athlete must meet entrance eligibility requirements, enrollment requirements, and accumulation requirements, or meet qualifications for limited exceptions.

Student–athletes must be making satisfactory progress within an approved college program or course as listed in the college catalog.

Classes utilized for any academic eligibility portion must be:

  • Credit or credit equivalent bearing
  • Approved by the College Governance Structure
  • Listed in the college course archives system
  • Listed on official college transcript

Entrance Eligibility:

A Student-Athlete must be a graduate of a high school with a state department of education approved standard academic diploma, state department approved general education diploma or a state department of education approved High School.

Enrollment Eligibility:

Full-time Enrollment is defined by the NJCAA as 12 or more credit hours.  Full-time enrollment must be established on the 15th calendar day of the beginning of the regular term as listed on the college academic calendar and maintained.  Student-Athletes must be enrolled full-time at Quincy College in order to participate in a NJCAA sport.

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Contact Info:

Quincy Campus

1250 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169

Tel:  (617) 984-1700

Plymouth Campus

36 Cordage Park Circle
Plymouth, MA 02360

Tel:  (508) 747-0400

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