Dr. Jack Cistriano Sportsmanship Award

Dr. Jack Cistriano spent more than 30 years in intercollegiate athletics in the MD JUCO Conference, most notably serving as the Director of Athletics at Chesapeake College. There, he was the baseball and basketball coach while also serving as the chairman of health, physical education, recreation and dance. He also worked at Prince George's Community College before he retired in 2004.

Dr. Cistriano is a renowned national and international speaker, having spoken across the nation and internationally in England, Austria, Italy, Brussels, Manilla, Canada and Greece. He served on numerous NJCAA Sports Committees while serving as Regional Director from 1976-2004. Dr. Cistriano had three different awards named after him, including the MD JUCO Sportsmanship Award.

Each MD JUCO school representative votes on which school demonstrates the best sportsmanship throughout the school year. Below are the past winners.

Anne Arundel claimed the second time in three years and won the award for the fifth time since 2002.



Past Winners

2013-14 - Anne Arundel Community College
2012-13 - College of Southern Maryland
2011-12 - Anne Arundel Community College
2010-11 - Cecil College
2009-10 - Prince George's Community College
2008-09 - College of Southern Maryland
2007-08 - Prince George's Community College
2006-07 - Anne Arundel Community College
2005-06 - Anne Arundel Community College
2004-05 - Prince George's Community College
2003-04 - Allegany College of Maryland
2002-03 - Anne Arundel Community College
2001-02 - Frederick Community College
2000-01 - Prince George's Community College