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NJCAA Basketball logoCarl Sandburg College's men's basketball program has been a tradition for more than 40 years. The program has won four Arrowhead Conference championships and has had three athletes named NJCAA All-American honorable mention. The Chargers won their first Region IV District A tournament in 2014 to advance to the NJCAA Division II national tournament for the first time in program history. All home games are played inside John M. Lewis Gymnasium at the Main Campus in Galesburg.

 

Arrowhead Conference Champions
1972, 1984, 1985, 1990
Region Tournament
1985 (runner-up), 2002 (runner-up), 2014

Latest Men's Basketball News Story

  • Sandburg Men Hit 14 3s but…
  • Sandburg Men Hit 14 3s but Fall to Cougars in League Opener

    Jan. 12, 2017
    GALESBURG — Despite posting season highs for points and 3-pointers, the Carl Sandburg College men’s basketball team came up short against Highland in its Arrowhead Conference opener Thursday, falling to the… Read More

  • Thurmond, Maple Lead Chargers…
  • Thurmond, Maple Lead Chargers Past Lincoln

    Jan. 10, 2017
    LINCOLN — Isaiah Thurmond (Alton, Ill./Alton) matched his season high with 23 points, helping the Carl Sandburg College men’s basketball team open the second half of its season with a 78-64 victory at Lincoln… Read More

  • Sandburg Men Stopped by Top-…
  • Sandburg Men Stopped by Top-Ranked South Suburban

    Dec. 22, 2016
    GALESBURG — Top-ranked South Suburban used a push late in the first half to beat the Carl Sandburg College men’s basketball team 89-58 on Thursday afternoon at John M. Lewis Gymnasium.

     

    The… Read More

  • Chargers Finish With a…
  • Chargers Finish With a Flourish in Victory Over Eureka JV

    Dec. 15, 2016
    GALESBURG — The Carl Sandburg College men’s basketball team closed with six straight points to defeat Eureka JV 74-72 in a wild contest Thursday night at John M. Lewis Gymnasium.

     

    The Chargers (8-9) held the… Read More