(KJCCC) Arkansas City, Kan. - KJCCC Commissioner Bryce Roderick was recognized at the 2018 NJCAA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships in El Dorado KS.
Butler Community College hosted the national meet, and Roderick was honored on Championship Saturday, May 19, with the announcement that he had been inducted in to the NJCAA Track & Field Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Roderick is the past president of the NJCAA, and is completing his term as commissioner of the KJCCC. During his time of leadership in community college athletics, Roderick has served on many committees at the national level. He was inducted in to the NJCAA volleyball coaches' Hall of Fame in 2013.
The track coaches honored Roderick for his 20 years of service as the Chair of the NJCAA Track & Field Committee.
Cloud County women's track & field head coach Ted Schmitz presented the commemorative plaque to Roderick just prior to the running of the track finals.