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|University||Independence Community College|
|Conference||Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference|
|Athletic director||Tammie Geldenhuys|
|Football stadium||Emmot Field|
|Baseball stadium||Emerson Field|
|Softball stadium||Volunteer Field|
|Soccer stadium||The Field|
|Colors||Navy and Vegas gold
The Independence Community College Pirates are the sports teams of Independence Community College located in Independence, Kansas, United States. They participate in the NJCAA and in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference. The men's football team will be featured on the third season of the television documentary "Last Chance U."
Independence Community College has six athletics facilities.
- Emerson Field – home of the Pirates baseball team
- Emmot Field – home of the Pirates football team
- Fieldhouse – home of the Pirates men's and women's basketball teams, and the volleyball team
- Independence Country Club – home of the Pirates golf team
- The Field – home of the Pirates soccer teams
- Volunteer Field – home of the Lady Pirates softball team
- Fay Bradley, physician and 2003 USA Track & Field Masters Hall of Fame inductee
- Armen Gilliam, former NBA player
- Harvey Grant, former NBA player
- William Inge, playwright and novelist
- Bobby Johnson, former NFL wide receiver, New York Giants
- Emmanuel Lamur, NFL linebacker, Cincinnati Bengals
- Bruce McCray, NFL defensive back
- Ron Parker, NFL cornerback, Kansas City Chiefs
- Allen Patrick, NFL running back
- Ruben Patterson, former professional basketball player
- Reggie Rembert, former NFL wide receiver, Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets
- Antwoine Sanders, former football safety
- Ron Warner, former NFL defensive end, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Redskins
- KJCCC Members Archived June 13, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
- Indy Facilities
- "PSU honors three alumni for achievement". Press and Media webpage. Pittsburg State University. Retrieved 9 June 2013.
- Voss, Ralph F. (1989). A Life of William Inge: The Strains of Triumph. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas. ISBN 0-7006-0384-0.
- "Former Pirates". indycc.edu. Retrieved 14 April 2014.
- "Antwoine Sanders". Draft Tracker. ESPN Draft Central. April 27, 2003. Retrieved 12 April 2014.
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