The award-winning Miramar Jets athletic program is comprised of six programs. Men’s and women’s water polo started in 2004; men’s basketball first competed in 2006; women’s soccer began intercollegiate play in 2007; and men’s volleyball became the state’s 15th community college MVB program in 2015. Miramar's sixth athletic program, women's volleyball, will have its inaugural season in the Fall of 2018.
Jets Athletic teams take advantage of a beautiful athletics complex. The Hourglass athletic complex, a shared-use facility with the City of San Diego Parks & Recreation, features a spacious FieldHouse, multiple grass fields and softball diamonds, and a multi-pool complex, including a 25-meter competition pool. The Hourglass complex is home to the Jets Athletic Performance Center, a free-weight based facility, as well as the college's Fitness Center with free weights, weight machines, and a wide variety of cardiovascular machines. Jets athletes also have use of the complex’s Athletic Training Room, staffed by a full-time certified Athletic Trainer and utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and modalities.
Miramar teams compete in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference, offering competition with nine other community colleges in and around San Diego County, as well with other community colleges through the state and West Coast. Multiple Jets athletes have parlayed their time as a student-athlete to future opportunities at four-year universities’ athletic programs. Miramar’s head coaches look to extend their student-athletes’ careers at the next level, while using their time as Jets to impart improvement athletically, academically & personally.