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FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College head soccer coach Mike Sullivan recently announced the schedule for the programs’ Meet the Indians to be held on Saturday, August 16th at the ICC Soccer Complex on the Fulton Campus.
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ICC To Host July Baseball Showcase
Release Date:7/28/2014
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College baseball coach Rick Collier announced the Indians’ Baseball Showcase for upcoming high school seniors and juniors will be Wednesday, July 30th at historic Roy Cresap Field on the Fulton Campus.

Registration is $20.00 and begins at 10:00 a.m. Individuals interested in participating in the in Showcase are responsible for bringing a valid physical form and their own practice gear. Catchers are responsible for bringing their own catching equipment.

For more information on the Showcase contact Coach Collier at 662-862-8118 or via email recollier@iccms.edu or Coach Justin Bryant at 662-862-8298 or via email jcbryant@iccms.edu.


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Morris Excited To Join Old Friend On NEMCC Hoops Staff
Release Date: 7/24/2014
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Booneville, Miss. - Kyle Morris is enthusiastic about reunifying with a longtime companion and joining one of the most tradition-rich men’s basketball programs in the Magnolia State.

Morris, who brings an intense and dynamic attitude to the court, has been selected as the new assistant coach for Northeast Mississippi Community College beginning with the upcoming 2014-15 campaign.

“It’s a big hire in a lot of different areas,” said Tigers headman Cord Wright. “First and foremost from the recruiting side of it, he’s really good. He’s active, stays on it and that’s one of the biggest things in recruiting is just being consistent and working at it. That’s one area that he’s going to bring a lot of help to with the state being opened up.

“Secondly, he does a really good job with individual workouts and making the players better. Recruiting them is huge, but making them better while they’re here is the next step. I’m very excited and I think that within a year or so once we get this thing rocking and rolling that everybody will see the excitement that I feel now.”

Morris enters his eighth season in the coaching profession at Northeast following successful stops at his collegiate alma mater, the University of Pikeville (Ky.), and the University of North Alabama.

“I’m very honored and humbled,” Morris said. “I’ve known coach Wright for the past six years. He helped me get in the business and kind of jump-start my career. I wanted to come over here, accept the challenge and I’m looking forward to getting going.

“My main duties are just making the players that we have here better by making sure they stay in the classroom and making sure they graduate. Also, recruiting is going to be huge, especially the next two years, and making sure we sign the right student-athletes.”

Morris landed his first position as an assistant coach at Pikeville during the 2007-08 season. He guided the Bears to a solid 22-9 record and fourth-place finish in the Mid-South Conference.

Pikeville compiled an impressive 14-game winning streak that spanned three months. The Bears defeated their opponents in that stretch by an average score of 77-53.

Under the tutelage of Morris, Jeff Ferguson was named a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Honorable Mention All-American while William Harris, Justin Hicks and Morris each earned all-conference honors.

After an outstanding campaign at Pikeville, Morris travelled further south and accepted a post at North Alabama. He served as an assistant coach for the next six years and aided in the Lions’ return to countrywide prominence.

Morris and Wright worked together in Florence, Ala., from 2008-10. The duo pushed the Lions to a pair of Gulf South Conference (GSC) Tournament appearances at the DeSoto Civic Center in Southaven and also instructed Kenny Johnson, who is one of only four men’s basketball players in North Alabama history to receive All-American status.

The 2010-11 edition of the Lions tallied a 13-16 mark, but still had two athletes in Ricky Davison and Marcus Landry tabbed to the All-Gulf South Team with Wes Long obtaining GSC East Division Freshman of the Year recognition.

North Alabama improved to 15-12 one season later with sweeps of league rivals Delta State University, Valdosta State (Ga.) University and the University of West Georgia. Beaumont Beasley and Theron Jenkins, which both averaged 16 points per outing, grabbed All-Gulf South Team prestige for their actions during that campaign.

Morris, whose hometown is Dayton, Ohio, left his imprint on North Alabama’s history books by guiding the Lions to back-to-back National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II Tournaments in his final two years on the sidelines inside Flowers Hall.

Following an eight-game winning streak to open the season, North Alabama drew an at-large bid for the NCAA Tournament with a 19-9 record and 12-6 mark versus conference foes. The Lions were eliminated in the opening round by NCAA South Regional host Florida Southern College.

North Alabama eclipsed the 20-win plateau during the 2013-14 campaign with victories in nine of their final 10 league contests. The Lions used that momentum near the end of the year to capture the sixth Gulf South Tournament championship in program history.

Rashaun Claiborne nearly notched a double-double with 28 points and eight rebounds in North Alabama’s title matchup against Christian Brothers (Tenn.) University. Claiborne was designated as the Most Valuable Player of the event while teammate Bruce Adams garnered Gulf South All-Tournament Team accolades.

The Lions, with Morris on the bench, entered the NCAA South Regional in Lakeland, Fla., as the No. 4 seed. North Alabama outscored the University of Tampa (Fla.) 47-37 in the second half to claim a close triumph and advance past the first round for the initial time since 2008.

Former Northeast guard Tyler Pritchard started and Adams dropped in a team-high 21 points, but the Lions could not overcome Tuskegee (Ala.) University in their second round game and were eliminated from the tournament.

After the conclusion of the season, Claiborne was chosen to participate in the 2014 Reese’s NCAA Division II All-Star Game in Evansville, Ind. at the Ford Center. He is one of only four players ever from North Alabama to compete in this event.

Overall, North Alabama amassed a record of 101-70, or a winning percentage of 69 percent, during Morris’ tenure at that institution. His primary responsibilities with the Lions included developing exercise routines, individual skill development, recruiting and to monitor the academic progress of their student-athletes.

Morris lettered at Pikeville for three years and was named an Academic All-Mid-South Conference selection. Before his collegiate career began, he won three Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Ohio state championships for Dayton Salvation Army.

In his spare time, Morris works a variety of basketball camps across the nation, including at the University of Dayton (Ohio), the University of Tennessee, Wright State (Ohio) University and Capital (Ohio) University.

Morris’ background in community service is extensive. He organized a Red Cross blood drive while at North Alabama, volunteered at both the Salvation Army and the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) and spoken to junior high school students during Red Ribbon Week about the dangers involved with drugs and alcohol.

A graduate of Springboro (Ohio) High School, Morris holds a Bachelor’s degree from Pikeville and a Master’s degree from North Alabama.

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Patterson Fulfills Lifelong Dream By Signing With NEMCC
Release Date: 7/29/2014
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Booneville, Miss. - Bridgejae Patterson’s longtime goal of playing basketball at the collegiate level will finally come to fruition this fall at Northeast Mississippi Community College.

Patterson became the latest addition to Lady Tigers’ 2014-15 signing class when she inked her National Letter of Intent (NLI) with the ten-time Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) state championship program.

“We had to upgrade our front line and Bridgejae was a target for us,” said Northeast head coach Brian Alexander. “Obviously her size sticks out and she can run with the guards. The last piece is she can catch. Anytime you have bigs that can run and catch you can do a lot with them.

“Those are three major pieces and she’s a good person with a good family. Character is a big emphasis for us and we’re happy she’s here.”

Patterson lettered for two seasons at Prattville (Ala.) High School under the direction of coach Virginia Barber and in that span compiled a number of solid statistics in the paint.

The 6-3 standout averaged a double-double as a junior with 10.3 points and 14.4 rebounds per game. Patterson also used her athleticism to block two shots each outing with an incredible total of 62 on the campaign.

She notched double-doubles in 14 of the Lady Lions’ 29 matchups, including in seven straight contests during a pivotal period of the 2012-13 season. Prattville won five region matchups in that stretch by close margins of less than 10 points.

The Lady Lions swept the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) Area 7, Class 6A regular season and tournament championships with Patterson in the post to qualify for the state playoffs for the second time in three years.

Patterson scored 18 crucial points and added 17 boards to help Prattville narrowly defeat Oak Mountain (Ala.) High School 63-61 in the sub-regional round to advance to the AHSAA Class 6A Central Regional at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Acadome.

She recorded a phenomenal game against Stanhope Elmore (Ala.) High School earlier in the campaign as well. Patterson tallied career-highs of 25 points, 31 rebounds, 19 offensive boards, 12 made field goals and five blocks in a 72-57 victory over the Lady Mustangs.

Patterson broke out during her sophomore year as a Lady Lion with six double-doubles and averages of 9.5 points and nine rebounds per contest.

“I always dreamed of doing this,” Patterson said. “It’s exciting. Making it to the next level is something I always wanted to do. I didn’t think I was going to make it but I did.

“I see us going far and making it to the top like we always talk about. I want to make my points and rebounds and get a win each game.”

During her outstanding career, Patterson registered 19 games in which she scored 12 or more points and 17 contests where she grabbed at least 15 rebounds. The forward also had seven matchups in which she blocked more than three shot attempts.

Patterson accounted for 20 double-doubles during 57 appearances in a Prattville uniform with solid averages of 9.3 points, 11.1 rebounds, 1.7 blocks, 1.2 steals and 0.4 assists.

She led the Lady Lions to a combined record of 29-25 between her sophomore and junior seasons with totals of 528 points, 634 boards, 401 defensive rebounds, 95 blocks and 71 steals.

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ICC Announces New Offensive Line And Tight Ends Coach Adam Gore/LetsGoICC.com
Release Date: 7/30/2014
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College head coach Sean Cannon announced finalized his 2014 coaching staff by introducing new Offensive Line and Tight Ends Coach Cody Woodiel on Monday.

Woodiel spent the past two years as the Offensive Line and Tight Ends Graduate Assistant at Troy University.

The Hernando native split time between guard, tackle, and tight end for two seasons at Troy and was selected to play in the Casino Del Sol All-Star game after starting all 12 games and 800 snaps for the Trojans as a senior. That season the Troy offensive line finished 25th in the NCAA allowing just 1.25 sacks per game despite attempting 42.4 pass attempts per game. Woodiel graded out at 85 percent on the season, including 90-plus marks against Mississippi State, North Texas, Tennessee, and Navy.

The Indians open the season at on Thursday, August 28th at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

For more information on ICC football and the nine other intercollegiate athletic programs, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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ECCC Warrior Golf Classic Winners
Release Date: 7/14/2014
East Central Community College

These golfers representing SouthGroup Cox of Carthage claimed top honors in the 13th annual Warrior Golf Classic, sponsored by the East Central Community College Alumni Association. The talented linksters posted an 18-under par 54 on the Oaks Course at the Dancing Rabbit Golf Club, located on the Pearl River Resort in Choctaw. The four-person team includes (from left) Jimmie Bell and Jimmy Brown, both of Carthage; Pat Hardage (fourth from left) of Carthage and Bob Jordan (far right) of Kosciusko, who received the championship award from ECCC President Dr. Billy Stewart. This year’s four-person scramble netted $9,850 for student scholarships, according to event coordinator Dr. Stacey Hollingsworth, executive director for Foundation and Alumni Relations. (EC Photo)

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ECCC Athletic Teams Recognized For Academic Excellence
Release Date: 7/9/2014
East Central Community College

DECATUR – Seven East Central Community College athletic teams were recognized for academic excellence in 2013-14 by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).

ECCC President Dr. Billy Stewart said the academic honors reflect the type of athletic program the College strives to achieve each year.

“I want to congratulate and thank our coaches and our student-athletes for their efforts in the classroom this year,” said Dr. Stewart. “They performed the EC Way - Excellence with Class, and I am so proud of each of them!”

The Lady Warrior fast-pitch softball team achieved a 3.54 grade point average and finished second in the nation.

Kristin Chaney serves as head coach.

The Lady Warrior soccer team had a 3.51 GPA and finished second nationally.Gray Massey serves as head coach.

The Warrior soccer team achieved a 3.16 GPA and was ranked fourth nationally.Kenneth Thompson is head coach.

The Lady Warrior tennis team earned a 3.58 grade point average and finished fourth in the nation.

The Warrior tennis squad posted a 3.25 GPA and was ranked 14th nationally.Both programs are led by head coach Robert Thompson and adjunct coach Dianne O’Neill.

The Warrior baseball team finished 13th nationally with a 3.23 GPA.Neal Holliman serves as head coach.

EC’s golfers posted a 3.14 GPA and placed 17th nationally.

Chris Clark is head coach.

For more information on ECCC’s athletic programs, contact Chris Harris, Dean of Personnel Services and Athletics, at 601-635-6401 or email charris@eccc.edu.


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ICC Soccer Announces Schedule For Meet The Indians
Release Date: 7/28/2014
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College head soccer coach Mike Sullivan recently announced the schedule for the programs’ Meet the Indians to be held on Saturday, August 16th at the ICC Soccer Complex on the Fulton Campus.

“This is always a great way to get the season started for both our teams,” said Sullivan. “This event always has a buzz about it that really seems to rub off on the players and helps them get motivated for the season and it also helps the freshmen know what it feels like to play in a collegiate atmosphere.”

The event will start with the introduction of the members of the 2014 Lady Indians and Indians soccer teams at 12:00 p.m. and will be followed by the Lady Indians’ Alumni game schedule to run from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m.

“These alumni games get a lot more competitive than people might think,” Sullivan said with a laugh. “Once some of these former players get back on the field it’s like they never left and sometimes that competitive spirit comes back out in a hurry.”

After the women’s match, the defending MACJC North Division Champion Indians will host an intrasquad scrimmage to showcase the members of this year’s team before closing out the day at 3:30 with the Indians’ Alumni vs Alumni game.

“We had tons of guys show up for this last season and already have a lot more planning to come back for this year’s event,” said Sullivan. “Even if you don’t want to play we would love to have as many former players and family members come back to be a part of the event to help make it extra special for everyone to enjoy.”

Coach Sullivan and assistant coach Cody Carson are currently working on additional plans for the event.

If you are an alumnus and will be attending or want to participate in this year’s event contact Coach Sullivan at mjsullivan@iccms.edu or Coach Carson at cpcarson@iccms.edu.

For more information on ICC soccer and the eight other intercollegiate athletic programs, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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ICC Soccer Announces Schedule For Meet The Indians
Release Date: 7/21/2014
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College head soccer coach Mike Sullivan recently announced the schedule for the programs’ Meet the Indians to be held on Saturday, August 16th at the ICC Soccer Complex on the Fulton Campus.

“This is always a great way to get the season started for both our teams,” said Sullivan. “This event always has a buzz about it that really seems to rub off on the players and helps them get motivated for the season and it also helps the freshmen know what it feels like to play in a collegiate atmosphere.”

The event will start with the introduction of the members of the 2014 Lady Indians and Indians soccer teams at 12:00 p.m. and will be followed by the Lady Indians’ Alumni game schedule to run from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m.

“These alumni games get a lot more competitive than people might think,” Sullivan said with a laugh. “Once some of these former players get back on the field it’s like they never left and sometimes that competitive spirit comes back out in a hurry.”

The defending MACJC North Division Champion Indians will host an intrasquad scrimmage to showcase the members of this year’s team before concluding the day with the Indians’ Alumni vs Alumni game.

“We had tons of guys show up for this last season and already have a lot more planning to come back for this year’s event,” said Sullivan. “Even if you don’t want to play we would love to have as many former players and family members come back to be a part of the event to help make it extra special for everyone to enjoy.”

Coach Sullivan and assistant coach Cody Carson are currently working on additional plans for the event.

If you are an alumnus and will be attending or want to participate in this year’s event contact Coach Sullivan at mjsullivan@iccms.edu or Coach Carson at cpcarson@iccms.edu.

For more information on ICC soccer and the eight other intercollegiate athletic programs, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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ICC Hires Former Ole Miss Rebel As New Assistant Softball Coach
Release Date: 7/23/2014
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College along with softball coach Andy Kirk announced the hiring of former Ole Miss Rebel first baseman Londen Ladner as the Lady Indians’ new assistant coach on Wednesday.

“We’re very excited about Londen coming on and joining our program,” said Kirk. “She’s had a stellar career through high school and four excellent years at Ole Miss. She’s going to be a great asset for us on the offensive side, the recruiting side, but she also has a great background with strength and conditioning. So we are excited about her being able to take over and get us to the next level.”

While at Ole Miss, the Brandon native was named to the Dean’s Honor Roll in the Fall of and the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll in 2011. She earned a spot on the 2012 SEC Honor Roll while being named SEC Player of the Week for her performance against No. 10 Stanford. She led the Rebels in home runs as a sophomore, junior, and senior season.

“Her senior year [Ole Miss] beat Alabama and Florida so she’s been on the highest stage there is as far as collegiately and I believe the experiences she’s had will be something she can relate to our players with,” said Kirk.

Ladner’s name is peppered throughout the history of the Ole Mississippi softball program ranking amongst the all-time career leaders at No. 8 in batting average (.294), No. 7 in hits (161), No. 5 in doubles (33), No. 3 in home runs (25), No. 3 in RBI (121), No. 4 in walks (95), No. 4 in total bases (269), No. 5 in slugging percentage (.491), No. 4 in on-base percentage (.417), No. 3 in intentional walks (6), No. 3 in hit by pitch (24), No. 9 in fielding percentage (.979), and No. 4 in putouts (880).

She earned all-state honors all four years of high school, was named Gatorade Player of the Year and The Clarion Ledger Player of the Year as a junior and senior, and helped lead Northwest Rankin to the 2009 Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Class 5A state championship before graduating with a 4.0 GPA.

She is the daughter of former Southern Miss football player Stewart Ladner and Renee Jones.

For more information on ICC softball and the nine other intercollegiate athletic programs, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.

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NORTHEAST TENNIS ATHLETES, TEAMS RECEIVE ITA ACADEMIC ACCOLADES
Release Date: 7/18/2014
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Skillman, N.J. - The Northeast Mississippi Community College men’s and women’s tennis programs placed themselves among highly elite company with their latest national recognition.

The Lady Tigers and Tigers were named 2014 All-Academic Teams by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) for sustaining a grade point average (GPA) of 3.2 or above on a 4.0 scale.

In addition, seven individual Northeast netters that possessed GPAs higher than 3.5 garnered ITA Scholar-Athlete status.

“I am just as proud of their accomplishments and successes in the classroom as I am for every win on the court,” said Northeast head coach Ben Shappley. “I’m extremely impressed with their work ethic. They’ve earned these honors.”

The Lady Tigers were one of just six National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) members to qualify for the ITA All-Academic Team award with a sensational 3.59 GPA. That number was second best in the Magnolia State behind only Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

The Booneville duo of Allie Downs and Erica Whitten led the effort by compiling flawless 4.0 GPAs. Downs was one of only five women’s tennis players in the country to claim the NJCAA Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence.

Belmont’s Allison Wiltshire, who concluded the campaign at the No. 1 singles and doubles position for Northeast, flirted with perfection and accumulated a GPA of 3.96.

Whitten’s partner at No. 2 doubles in Haley Brown also clinched her spot on the ITA Scholar-Athlete list with a 3.54 GPA. The Iuka product held a three-match winning streak for the Lady Tigers against opponents from East Central Community College and Holmes Community College in March.

Northeast and Meridian Community College were the lone men’s representatives from the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) to secure ITA All-Academic Team distinction. The Tigers placed half their squad on the ITA Scholar-Athlete lineup and carried an outstanding composite GPA of 3.22.

Booneville natives Wesley Tye and Noah Wright paced Northeast in its studies and accumulated GPAs of 3.89 and 3.52, respectively, during their freshmen years.

Tye and Wright excelled in match play as well and registered a regular season record of 6-6 at No. 3 doubles for the Tigers. The combo also accounted for 11 victories at No. 5 and No. 6 singles.

Micah Page collected a number of marquee wins during his final campaign in a Northeast uniform, including decisions over nationally ranked players Juan Miranda of East Central and Graham Lightsey of Jones County Junior College.

Tishomingo’s Page devoted proper time to his scholastic endeavors as well and tallied a 3.59 GPA to gain ITA Scholar-Athlete accolades.

As the governing body of collegiate tennis, the ITA is comprised of nearly 1,700 coaches and 20,000 student-athletes from over 1,200 institutions. It has a comprehensive awards program to honor excellence in academics, leadership, sportsmanship and athletic performance.

The ITA annually decorates approximately 3,000 student-athletes from 500 different varsity programs across the country.

PLEASE NOTE – Headshots and action photos of all seven Northeast Mississippi Community College athletes that were honored by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association are available upon request. Contact sports information director Blake Long at bdlong@nemcc.edu.


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Hinds CC Hires Willie Calvin As Assistant Men’s T&F Coach
Release Date: 7/10/2014
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – Willie Calvin, a former men’s track and field star at Hinds Community College, has returned to Raymond and will now serve as an assistant coach for the nationally renowned Eagles program.

Calvin, a Greenville native, recently earned his Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from North Carolina Central University (NCCU) in Durham, N.C. He won the Mississippi Gatorade Track and Field Athlete of the Year Award as a senior at Greenville Weston High School after winning state championships in both the high jump and long jump in 2009.

Calvin, a Hinds student-athlete from 2009-2011, was a two-time United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-American after posting two eighth place finishes in the high jump with a leap of six feet, eight inches at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Indoor and Outdoor Nationals as both a freshman and sophomore.

He then moved on to NCCU, where he was a two-time 2x Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) high jump champion.

For more on Hinds track and field go to www.hindsccsports.com.



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