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Randy Bell & Molli Douglass Win Distinguished Eagle Awards At Hinds CC
Release Date:5/6/2015
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – Randy Bell (Woodville) and Molli Douglass (Clinton) were the winners of the prestigious Eagle and Lady Eagle Awards at the annual Hinds Community College athletic awards recognition that was held in Cain-Cochran Hall on Tuesday afternoon.

Bell and Douglass received these awards based on their achievements in the classroom, in the community and on the playing field.

Bell, a sophomore baseball player who will continue his academic and athletic career next season at the University of South Alabama, has been selected to the President’s & Dean’s List with a 3.82 GPA and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges.

He is also a baseball team captain and a devoted member of the Hinds Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). On the playing field, he was named to the 2014 Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All- State second team as a freshman and is currently 10-0 with a 2.42 ERA in 67 innings pitched for the No. 1 ranked Eagles.

Bell, who joins Caleb Upton (2014) and Nathan Aultman (2013) in giving the Hinds baseball program three consecutive Eagle Award winners, has also served in many capacities through community service, including twice participating in a fundraiser for the Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital and with numerous campus pancake breakfasts, as well as volunteering in the annual Fun Run.

Douglass, a sophomore catcher on the Hinds softball team, is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges for her 3.73 GPA.

After graduating from Hinds, Douglass plans on pursuing a degree in Occupational Therapy at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

She has been involved in numerous community service projects, including time spent with the American Cancer Society & Relay for Life, FCA, Operation Christmas Child with her local church & mission work in Texas fixing up housing projects & community involvement with the local children.

The complete list of awards is as follows:

BASEBALL (no awards were given out due to the 2015 season still going on)

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Student Assistant Award: Chazah Carter (McComb)
Academic Award (highest GPA): Erica Harris (Edwards)
Most Improved Player: Sh’Nika Smith (Canton)

MEN'S BASKETBALL
Best Offensive Player: Kaleb Williams (Edwards)
Best Defensive Player: Clayton Tate (Terry)
Bulldog Award: Edward Walker (Clinton)
MVP: LaDarrius Drain (Yazoo City)

CHEERLEADING (no awards were given out)

MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD
United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Indoor All-Americans:

4x400 relay team (fifth place)
Curtis Walker (Lexington, S.C.)
Dontarian Evans (Gainesville, Fla.)
Deante’ Early (Baton Rouge, La.)
Kyler Perrault (Carencro, La.)

High jump (sixth place)
Jerin Allen (Gulfport)

MEN'S SOCCER
All-State: Cody Dwyer (Terry)
All-State: Bryden Reed (Decatur)
All-State: Ryan Thomas (Brandon)
All-State: Chase Williams (Pearl)
MACJC All-Star game participants: Dwyer and Williams

ATHLETIC TRAINING (no awards were given out)

FOOTBALL
Special Teams Award: Joseph Houston (Pelahatchie)
Most Outstanding Receiver: Marquez McNair (Magee)
Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman: Justin Sandifer (Greenwood)
Most Valuable Offensive Player: James Summers (Greensboro, N.C.)
Most Outstanding Defensive Player: Peter Bailey (Kissimmee, Fla.)
Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman: Baron Poole (Decatur, Ga.)
Most Outstanding Defensive Back: Keith Turner (Horn Lake)

GOLF
Most Improved Player: Zach Wallace (Madison)
MVP: Brandon Bain (Raymond)

WOMEN'S SOCCER
All-Region: Maddie Edmonson (Brandon) and Taylor Maddox (Clinton)
All-State: Haley Claiborne (Clarksville, Tenn.)
All-State: Cara Harrison (Clinton)
All-State: Sarah Paullus (Southaven)
All-State: Amber Thomas (Madison)
MACJC All-Star game participants: Edmonson, Darien Ellison (Ocean Springs), Alexa Johnston (Flowood) and Paullus

WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD
Heart of a Champion Award: Pamala Byrd (Jackson)

SOFTBALL
MVP: Bridgett Goss (Bogalusa, La.)
Best Defensive Player: Alexis Patterson (Vicksburg)
Coach’s Award: Molli Douglass (Clinton)

MEN'S & WOMEN’S TENNIS (no awards were given out)
For more on Hinds athletics go to www.hindsccsports.com.

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East Mississippi Community College To Hold One-day Basketball Camp June 22 On Scooba Campus
Release Date: 5/6/2015
East Mississippi Community College

SCOOBA – East Mississippi Community College will offer a one-day summer basketball camp Monday, June 22 on the Scooba campus.

Under the direction of EMCC women’s basketball coach Sharon Thompson, the one-day basketball camp is open to all school-aged boys and girls in grades kindergarten through 12th grade. The camp will be held at Keyes T. Currie Coliseum on the Scooba campus.

Camp registration will begin at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 22 with a morning session starting at 8:45 a.m. Following lunch and a campus tour, camp activity will resume at 1:30 p.m. and conclude at 4 p.m.

The $50 camp fee will include lunch and a T-shirt. Walk-ups are welcome to EMCC’s one-day summer basketball camp.

For more information on EMCC’s summer basketball camp, please contact the East Mississippi Community College women’s basketball office at 662-476-5140 or sthompson@eastms.edu. Interested campers are encouraged to check out EMCC’s athletics website at www.EMCCAthletics.com for additional information, including a camp registration form to download and complete to assist with the registration process.


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East Mississippi Community College To Hold One-day Basketball Camp June 22 On Scooba Campus
Release Date: 5/6/2015
East Mississippi Community College

SCOOBA – East Mississippi Community College will offer a one-day summer basketball camp Monday, June 22 on the Scooba campus.

Under the direction of EMCC women’s basketball coach Sharon Thompson, the one-day basketball camp is open to all school-aged boys and girls in grades kindergarten through 12th grade. The camp will be held at Keyes T. Currie Coliseum on the Scooba campus.

Camp registration will begin at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 22 with a morning session starting at 8:45 a.m. Following lunch and a campus tour, camp activity will resume at 1:30 p.m. and conclude at 4 p.m.

The $50 camp fee will include lunch and a T-shirt. Walk-ups are welcome to EMCC’s one-day summer basketball camp.

For more information on EMCC’s summer basketball camp, please contact the East Mississippi Community College women’s basketball office at 662-476-5140 or sthompson@eastms.edu. Interested campers are encouraged to check out EMCC’s athletics website at www.EMCCAthletics.com for additional information, including a camp registration form to download and complete to assist with the registration process.


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CCC Athletics Program Wraps Up 2014-15 With Banquet And Awards Ceremony
Release Date: 5/5/2015
Coahoma Community College

The CCC Athletics program wrapped up 2014-15 last week, concluding the year with a final baseball doublheader at Northeast, a final track meet at Mississippi State and, of course, the annual year-end athletics banquet.

The banquet, which took place April 29th, was held in the Magnolia Room in the Zee A. Barron Student Union. Players, athletics department staff, and proud parents were on hand for dinner, dancing and awards. Those on hand were treated to an inspiring keynote address by WNBA star Armintie Price-Herrington. Price-Herrington, an alum of Ole Miss who currently plays professionally with the Washington Mystics, spoke about the importance of education in an athlete’s life.

Athletic director Freeman Horton and coaches of each CCC team helped pass out the year-end awards. A complete list for each team is available below.

Football:

Captain Award - Christian Williams & Tevin Jones

Newcomer Award - Xavier Redmond

Most Improved Award - Marcel Williams

Scholar Award - Cedric Blue

Special Teams MVP - Tyler Beard

Defensive MVP - Devin Williams

Offensive MVP - K’Shun Evans

Men’s Basketball:

Rookie of the Year - Willie Bronson & Da’Quan Forrest

Most Improved - Michael West

MVP - Cameron Monix

Women’s Basketball:

Lady Tiger Award - Amber Sisk

Scholar Award - Ariel Jones

MVP - Erica Collins

Baseball:

Tiger Award - Caleb Lindsey & Wesley Dew

Offensive MVP - Hudson Ross

Pitcher of the Year - Garrett Short & Adam McPhail

Softball:

Team Spirit Award - Alexis Hunter

Lady Tiger Award - Gabrielle Lee

Scholar Award - Vyuanna Harrington

MVP - Jessica Haynes

Track & Field:

Lady Tiger Award - Jasmine Leonard

Tiger Award - Darius Coleman

Best All-Around - JaQueese Wilson

Scholar Award - Ashley Craig & Deion Warren

MVP - Ashley Smith & Anfernee Morgan


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Ross Qualified For National Tournament, Wolfpack Finish Fourth In Region Tournament
Release Date: 5/4/2015
Copiah-Lincoln Community College

LAUREL – Copiah-Lincoln Community College golfer Jacob Ross of Brookhaven has qualified for the National Junior College Athletic Association’s National Tournament to be held May 19-22 at Goose Pond Colony Country Club in Scottsboro, Alabama. Ross was second in the state in scoring average at 72.90.

The Wolfpack as a team, finished in fourth place in the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament held at Laurel Country Club. Mississippi Gulf Coast won the title firing a two-day total of 599 (291 – 308) and will represent Region 23 in the NJCAA National Tournament.

Finishing in second place was Meridian at 611 (300 - 311) followed by East Mississippi at 620 (312 – 308). The Wolfpack finished fourth at 632 (312 – 320) followed by Jones County 722 (350-372).

Individually, Ross led the way for the Wolfpack tied for eighth at 153 (77-76). Sophomore Ryan Desormeaux of Broussard, Louisiana at 155 (78-77) followed by Taylor Jelks of Centreville at 162 (79-83) and Will Lee of Brookhaven 162 (78-84) and Gregory Causey of Petal at 168 (81-87).

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EMCC Rodeo Teams Place Second In Women’s And Third In Men’s At West Point’s Eagle Ranch
EMCC Set To Host NIRA Ozark Region Collegiate Rodeo Beginning Thursday At West Point’s Eagle Ranch
Kelsey Kennemer Leads EMCC Women To Team Rodeo Title At UA Cossatot-hosted Event In Arkansas
Hinds CC Receives New Athletic Weight Room
Hinds CC Student-athletes Named To Who’s Who
East Mississippi Rodeo Teams Place Fourth In Both Men’s And Women’s Competition At Murray State-hosted Event
East Mississippi Rodeo Teams Place Fourth And Seventh At Three Rivers College Event
EMCC Women’s Rodeo Team Makes School History With First-place Finish In Fall Opener At Missouri Valley College
ECCC Athletic Teams Recognized For Academic Excellence
ECCC Leads Nation In Student-Athlete Honors


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EMCC Rodeo Teams Place Second In Women’s And Third In Men’s At West Point’s Eagle Ranch
Release Date: 3/30/2015
East Mississippi Community College

WEST POINT – East Mississippi Community College’s rodeo team claimed runner-up honors on the women’s side and placed a season-best third in men’s competition this past weekend in NIRA Ozark Region action. The three-day, EMCC-hosted rodeo concluded Saturday night at West Point’s Eagle Ranch.

The EMCC women’s squad tallied 245 total points to finish behind top-ranked region foe and nationally 15th-ranked Missouri Valley College, which totaled 405 points. Arkansas-Monticello placed third on the women’s side with 230 points followed by Southern Arkansas (190) and Tennessee-Martin (180) at fourth and fifth, respectively.

In men’s competition, East Mississippi scored 255 total points en route to finishing behind a pair of teams currently ranked among the Top 10 within the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association standings. Defending national champion and current eighth-ranked Tennessee-Martin claimed the men’s team title with 975 points ahead of top-ranked region foe and nationally fourth-ranked Missouri Valley College (705). Arkansas-Monticello (210 points) and Cossatot Community College (180) followed in fourth and fifth place, respectively.

Individually for EMCC’s cowgirls, sophomore transfer Kelsey Kennemer was responsible for all of the team’s 245 points with second-place finishes in the breakaway roping and team roping events to claim her third women’s all-around individual title of the current campaign. The Troy University transfer partnered with former EMCC cowboy and current Arkansas-Monticello participant Martin Walker to collect 150 points apiece with a runner-up showing in team roping. While having also earned EMCC’s other 95 points on the women’s side with her second-place finish in breakaway roping this past weekend, Kennemer presently leads the NIRA Ozark Region women’s all-around individual standings with 830 total points for the season.

For the men individually in West Point, local product Palmer White, an Oak Hill Academy product, won the steer wrestling competition to earn 120 points. The Lions’ other 135 points came in the bull riding event where Newton Academy product Justin Reeves finished fourth in collecting 115 points and former Winston Academy standout Dale Chancellor added 20 points.

Competing individually for EMCC this past weekend, Kosciusko’s Winston Cheek captured the bull riding title, while Katelyn Nicholson placed in the goat tying event.

Coach Morgan Goodrich’s East Mississippi rodeo squad will next compete at the University of Tennessee at Martin event, April 9-11, in Martin, Tenn.


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ICC Announces Summer Athletic Camps
Release Date: 5/4/2015
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – The Itawamba Community College athletic programs will be holding 14 camps on the Fulton Campus this summer.

There is a wide variety of camps available this year and is open to kids from seven years old to high school seniors. ICC men’s basketball will kick things off with their Boys Basketball Camp starting May 28.

The month of June will be jam packed with football, baseball, softball women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s soccer programs all hosting their camps.

For more information on ICC Athletics Summer Camps, visit LetsGoICC.com.

2015 Camps:

Basketball:

Boys Basketball Camp – May 28-30

Boys Basketball Summer League – May 28, June 4, 11 and 18

Girls Basketball Camp – June 7-9

Girls Basketball Team Camp – June 10, 19

Baseball:

Baseball Day Camp – June 2-5

Baseball Overnight Camp – June 7-10

Soccer:

Girls Soccer Camp – June 1-4

Boys Soccer Camp – June 5-8

Softball:

Softball A.M. Session(Ages 7-12) – June 16-18

Softball P.M. Session (Ages13-High School Junior) – June 16-18

Football:

Football Youth Camp(Ages 7-13) – June 8-10

Position Overnight Camp – June 9-12

7 on 7 Passing Tournament – June 13, 27

Position Day Camp – June 19-20

Senior Combine Camp – June 19


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ICC Announces Summer Athletic Camps
Release Date: 5/4/2015
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – The Itawamba Community College athletic programs will be holding 14 camps on the Fulton Campus this summer.

There is a wide variety of camps available this year and is open to kids from seven years old to high school seniors. ICC men’s basketball will kick things off with their Boys Basketball Camp starting May 28.

The month of June will be jam packed with football, baseball, softball women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s soccer programs all hosting their camps.

For more information on ICC Athletics Summer Camps, visit LetsGoICC.com.

2015 Camps:

Basketball:

Boys Basketball Camp – May 28-30

Boys Basketball Summer League – May 28, June 4, 11 and 18

Girls Basketball Camp – June 7-9

Girls Basketball Team Camp – June 10, 19

Baseball:

Baseball Day Camp – June 2-5

Baseball Overnight Camp – June 7-10

Soccer:

Girls Soccer Camp – June 1-4

Boys Soccer Camp – June 5-8

Softball:

Softball A.M. Session(Ages 7-12) – June 16-18

Softball P.M. Session (Ages13-High School Junior) – June 16-18

Football:

Football Youth Camp(Ages 7-13) – June 8-10

Position Overnight Camp – June 9-12

7 on 7 Passing Tournament – June 13, 27

Position Day Camp – June 19-20

Senior Combine Camp – June 19


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Region 23 Softball Tournament Set For JCJC
Release Date: 5/6/2015
Jones County Junior College

ELLISVILLE – The Region 23 Softball Tournament takes place Thursday through Saturday at Community Bank Park on the campus of Jones County Junior College.

The tournament begins at 4 p.m. on Thursday with top-ranked LSU-Eunice (46-4) vs. 11th-rated East Central (40-11), followed by 2nd-ranked JCJC (40-4) vs. 10th-rated Mississippi Gulf Coast (40-10).

The event continues with three games on Friday and concludes with the championship game on Saturday.

The top two teams in the tournament will head to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament May 13-16 at Traceway Park in Clinton.

TEAM CAPSULES
Jones County
Head coach: Chris Robinson. Associate Head Coach: Bob Herrington. Assistant Coach: Carlos Castro.
Top Hitters
- Lauren Holifield, .503, 27 home runs (leads NJCAA Division II), 78 RBIs (sixth in the nation) and a 1.177 slugging percentage (leads NJCAA Division II).
- Tori Dew, .492, 15 home runs, 59 RBIs, .968 slugging percentage. 2014 NJCAA Division II Player of the Year. Signed with Southern Miss.
- Brittany Seale, .429, 10 home runs, 39 RBIs. Signed with Belhaven.
- Kalyn Watts, .433, 4 home runs, 19 RBIs, 19 steals, 57 runs scored.
- Kimberly Nilsson, .344, 1 home run, 15 RBIs.
- Rebecca Monceaux, .325, 2 home runs, 22 RBIs. Signed with William Carey.
- Tylesha Davis, .353, 4 home runs, 16 RBIs.
- Jay Harris, .383, 2 home runs.
- Kayleigh Williams, .333, 5 home runs, 15 RBIs.
- Hailee Kolwyck, .321, 3 home runs, 10 RBIs.
- Savannah Lyon, .305, 2 home runs. Signed with Belhaven.
Top Pitchers
- Teri Richey, 16-1, 1.60 ERA. 96.1 IP, 91 hits, 78 strikeouts.
- Rachel Hayes, 13-1, 1 save, 0.93 ERA (6th in nation). 98 IP, 58 hits, 99 strikeouts.
- Kayleigh Williams, 10-2, 1.81 ERA. 69.2 IP, 54 hits, 66 strikeouts.
Notes:
- JCJC has advanced to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament three straight years. There were runnerup to LSU-Eunice in 2014. The Lady Bobcats have posted a 92-10 record over the past two years.
- JCJC boasts a .381 team batting average and has slugged 75 home runs, which ranks fourth in the nation. The Lady Bobcats have a 1.39 team ERA, which is second in the nation.

LSU-Eunice
Head Coach: Andy Lee
Top Hitters
- Destin Vicknair, .435, 10 home runs, 64 RBIs.
- Jaci Lavigne, .422, 1 home run, 17 RBIs.
- Madison Edmonston, .369, 4 home runs, 27 RBIs.
- Danielle Cruickshank, .347, 6 home runs, 24 RBIs.
- Carmisha Payton, .333, 2 home runs, 19 RBIs.
- Raven Cole, .329, 5 home runs, 20 RBIs.
- Taylor Boulet, .317, 1 home runs, 27 RBIS.
Top Pitchers
- Destin Vicknair, 18-3, 1.20 ERA (10th in nation). 134 IP, 67 hits, 180 strikeouts.
- Raven Cole 20-1, 0.73 ERA (4th in nation), 125 IP, 51 hits, 201 strikeouts (4th in nation).
- Kayla Davidson, 8-0, 1.38 ERA, 56 IP, 48 hits, 59 strikeouts.
Notes:
- LSU-Eunice is the defending national champion and has won the title three of the past four years.
- LSU-Eunice has a team batting average of .344 and a 1.04 team ERA, which leads the nation.

Mississippi Gulf Coast
Head Coach: Kenneth Long.
Top Hitters
- Hannah Melendrez, .351, 12 home runs, 36 RBIs.
- Deborah Elmore, .370, 5 home runs, 43 RBIs.
- Kamryn Theriot, .374, 2 home runs, 29 RBIs.
- Kaitlyn Lee, .377.
- Britney Butler, .310, 1 home run, 21 RBIs.
- Brittany Cooley, .316, 3 home runs, 29 RBIs.
- Katelyn Williams, .339, 1 home run, 17 RBIs.
Top Pitchers
- Kaitlin Lee, 15-3, 1 save, 2.03 ERA. 117 IP, 102 hits, 54 strikeouts.
- Paige Breal, 12-4, 2 saves, 1.75 ERA. 108 IP, 78 hits, 105 strikeouts.
- Deborah Elmore, 6-2, 1.57 ERA. 49 IP, 52 hits, 18 strikeouts.
- Kristen Gardner, 4-1, 4.10 ERA. 42.2 IP, 47 hits, 50 strikeouts.
Notes:
- Mississippi Gulf Coast won the MACJC Tournament this past weekend at JCJC.
- MGCCC has a team batting average of .310 and a team ERA of 2.18.

East Central
Head Coach: Kristin Chaney. Assistant Coach: Courtney Nunn.
Top Hitters
- Mahalia Gibson, .413, 10 home runs, 45 RBIs.
- Maegen Ellis, .375, 9 home runs, 37 RBIs.
- Caitlyn Aldous, .356, 29 RBIs.
- Mallory Turner, .311.
- Andi Hannaford, .338.
- Katlyn Duke, .282, 6 home runs, 34 RBIs.
- Karoline Holsonback, .301.
- Summer Lavender, .317, 1 home runs, 21 RBIs.
- Anna-Katherine Nowell, .279, 1 home run, 24 RBIs.
Top Pitchers
- Lacey Hill, 17-6, 2.15 ERA. 159.1 IP, 113 hits, 136 strikeouts.
- Chloe Thaggard, 16-2, 1.55 ERA. 153.1 IP, 101 hits, 155 strikeouts.
Notes
- East Central has a .330 team batting average and a 1.98 team ERA.

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Lady Bobcats’ Stutts, Hunter Reach Finals
Release Date: 5/6/2015
Jones County Junior College

TUCSON, Arizona – A Jones County Junior College doubles tennis team will play for a title on Wednesday.

The JCJC No. 3 doubles’ team of Krissy Stutts and Tymeka Hunter reached the finals of the consolation round of the NJCAA Division I National Tournament here at the Reffkin Tennis Center on Tuesday.

Stutts and Hunter beat Liz Adams and Hannah Mathis of Shelby State Community College (Alabama) 8-6 in the quarterfinals. They were down 5-2 and down two breaks before rallying for the victory.

They then defeated Christina Long and Jessica VanOosten of Sauk Valley Community College (Illinois) in the semifinals, 8-1.

They will play Sydney Madsen and Vanessa Matrica of Mesa Community College (Arizona) at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the finals on Wednesday.

Stutts is a sophomore from Petal and Hunter is a sophomore from Laurel.

JCJC’s Caitlin Taylor lost 6-1, 6-2 to fourth-seeded Favi Lopez of North Central Texas College in the quarterfinals of No. 6 singles.

JCJC is currently in 15th place with 14.5 points. Itawamba is 17th place with 13.5 points and Meridian is 19th with 10.5 points.

ASA College of New York and Tyler Junior College (Texas) are tied for the lead with 36 points.

The tournament ends on Thursday.

Keep up with the tournament at www.tennislink.usta.com.

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CCC Athletics Program Wraps Up 2014-15 With Banquet And Awards Ceremony
Release Date: 5/5/2015
Coahoma Community College

The CCC Athletics program wrapped up 2014-15 last week, concluding the year with a final baseball doublheader at Northeast, a final track meet at Mississippi State and, of course, the annual year-end athletics banquet.

The banquet, which took place April 29th, was held in the Magnolia Room in the Zee A. Barron Student Union. Players, athletics department staff, and proud parents were on hand for dinner, dancing and awards. Those on hand were treated to an inspiring keynote address by WNBA star Armintie Price-Herrington. Price-Herrington, an alum of Ole Miss who currently plays professionally with the Washington Mystics, spoke about the importance of education in an athlete’s life.

Athletic director Freeman Horton and coaches of each CCC team helped pass out the year-end awards. A complete list for each team is available below.

Football:

Captain Award - Christian Williams & Tevin Jones

Newcomer Award - Xavier Redmond

Most Improved Award - Marcel Williams

Scholar Award - Cedric Blue

Special Teams MVP - Tyler Beard

Defensive MVP - Devin Williams

Offensive MVP - K’Shun Evans

Men’s Basketball:

Rookie of the Year - Willie Bronson & Da’Quan Forrest

Most Improved - Michael West

MVP - Cameron Monix

Women’s Basketball:

Lady Tiger Award - Amber Sisk

Scholar Award - Ariel Jones

MVP - Erica Collins

Baseball:

Tiger Award - Caleb Lindsey & Wesley Dew

Offensive MVP - Hudson Ross

Pitcher of the Year - Garrett Short & Adam McPhail

Softball:

Team Spirit Award - Alexis Hunter

Lady Tiger Award - Gabrielle Lee

Scholar Award - Vyuanna Harrington

MVP - Jessica Haynes

Track & Field:

Lady Tiger Award - Jasmine Leonard

Tiger Award - Darius Coleman

Best All-Around - JaQueese Wilson

Scholar Award - Ashley Craig & Deion Warren

MVP - Ashley Smith & Anfernee Morgan



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