Menlo College is a private higher learning institution providing students in the field of business degree programs. Menlo is located in the Silicon Valley of the Atherton, CA. The Menlo offers students with four years baccalaureate programs. Menlo has been serving the community with excellent college education.
This website is created for the Menlo Oaks athletics/sports team of the Menlo College, but this is not the official website of the sports team. The Menlo Oaks contend to the California Pacific Conference and this is part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The men’s sports teams include basketball, football, golf, soccer, baseball, wrestling, and cross country and the women’s sports teams are composed of basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer, wrestling and cross country. The Menlo Oaks teams are under the supervision of the Menlo College Department of Athletics. The Department is determined to complement the experience of studying in Menlo through the development of students to become future members of workforce and leaders through intercollegiate athletic/sports program. Menlo is dedicated to giving students a diverse, impartial and supportive environment for their sports/athletic in which the student athletes will have the tools and capabilities to compete with sportsmanship together with integrity as well as to responsibly take proper actions and leadership roles within their classroom, their team, and eventually to larger scale – such as the college campus and in their communities.
The Menlo sports team is also known as the Oaks and their uniforms have white and navy blue colour.
Menlo Oaks Department of Athletics administration:
Menlo College President: Dr. Jim Kelly
Athletic Director: Keith Spataro
Director of Events and Media relations: Jeff Caldwell
Athletic Trainer: Mark Fowler
The Menlo Oaks student-athletes are not just trained to succeed in their sports, but also in their student life and for the community as a whole.