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SOCCER:  MACJC Goalkeeper of the Week (Women) Ashley Nelson, Northwest MACJC Offensive Player of the Week (Women) Shelby Gilliland, Jones County MACJC Offensive Player of the Week (Men) Morgan Cauthen, MGCCC MACJC Goalkeeper of the Week (Men)Colby Goggans, Holmes
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Harrelson Brings Hitting Under The Lights Back For Second Year
Release Date:9/19/2014
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Booneville, Miss. – Northeast Mississippi Community College assistant baseball coach Richy Harrelson is offering area athletes a chance to knock some rust off their swing as the spring quickly approaches.

Harrelson will host his second annual Hitting Under the Lights camp at Harold T. White Field each Monday night during the month of October.

Players currently in the seventh-through-twelfth grades (classes of 2015-2020) are eligible to sign up for these specialized instruction sessions. Participation for this event is limited to the initial 25 applicants.

The four-night gathering begins each evening at 6 p.m. and lasts approximately two hours at the venue that hosted the 2014 Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) State Tournament.

Boys will have time to work on their offensive skills with multiple drills as assigned by Harrelson all while participating in a fun and relaxing atmosphere.

Each participant is expected to bring their own gear, which includes but is not limited to athletic apparel, cleats and a bat.

Registration is available at a cost of $75. Please make checks payable to NEMCC Baseball, Attn: Coach Richy Harrelson/Hitting Camp and send by mail to 101 Cunningham Blvd., Booneville, Miss., 38829.

Athletes have the opportunity to learn from a local legend that has over 15 years of experience at the prep and collegiate levels. Harrelson, who earned the nickname “The Bazooka from Iuka” for his prowess on the diamond, appears in the National High School Baseball Record Book with 236 hits, 226 RBIs and 55 pitching wins from 1989-92.

Harrelson starred at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) after gradating from Tishomingo County High School. He led the Rebels to a second place finish at the 1995 NCAA Atlantic I Regional at Florida State University and to a pair of Mayor’s Trophy victories over rival Mississippi State University.

He has tutored 17 professional players since beginning his coaching career in 1999, including former Tiger and current Minor League Baseball (MiLB) pitcher Brandon Farley of the San Francisco Giants organization.

Harrelson’s teams have won a prep state title, claimed two Conference USA crowns and clinched a berth to the NCAA College World Series at historic Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium.

He has helped transform Northeast into a program that is highly respected countrywide. The Tigers won the 2013 MACJC North Division championship with Harrelson in the dugout and were ranked by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for four weeks as well during the most recent campaign.

For more information about the Hitting Under the Lights camp, contact Harrelson at 662-720-7344 or by email at rwharrelson@nemcc.edu.


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Trio To Be Inducted Into Northwest Sports Hall Of Fame
Release Date: 9/18/2014
Northwest Mississippi Community College

SENATOBIA – Former Ranger greats Shantell Atkins-Brown, Detric Golden and Ben Evans will be inducted into the Northwest Mississippi Community College Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, Sept. 20 during Homecoming weekend.

The induction ceremony will be held at noon at the David M. Haraway Center on the Senatobia campus and will be preceded by a meal at 11:30 a.m. One of the most decorated women's basketball players to ever put on a Lady Ranger uniform, Brown played the 1993-94 and 94-95 seasons in Senatobia and helped Northwest to a combined 44-13 record (18-6 in the MACJC) and a state and north division championship as a sophomore.

A native of Earle, Ark., Brown's name is scattered throughout the school record books. All told, her name ranks in the Top 10 at Northwest in 15 different statistical categories for a career.

Brown led the Lady Rangers in scoring in each of her two seasons at 12.0 and 16.7 points per game and ranks first all-time in career assists (491) and steals (328), second in 3-point field goal percentage (.367), third in field goal percentage (.529), fifth in free throw percentage (.648), sixth in field goals made (306) and seventh in career scoring with 820 points.

The most notable statistic on Brown was on Dec. 8, 1994 when she recorded the school's first-ever quadruple-double against Mississippi Delta in a 91-52 win. Brown scored 22 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, made 10 steals and dished out 10 assists. She went on to collect several more quadruple-doubles during the 1994-95 season.

Golden will become the 16th men's basketball player to be inducted into the Northwest Sports Hall of Fame during Homecoming weekend.

Golden played for the Rangers during the 1995-97 seasons under head coach Marc Dukes and finished as the school's all-time leader in points scored (1,223), assists (642), assists/game (9.6), steals (192) and free throws made (315).

In 67 career games, Golden averaged 18.3 points, 9.6 assists, 2.9 steals and 2.9 rebounds-per-game while shooting 50 percent from the floor, 39 percent from beyond the arc and 73 percent from the free throw line. He scored a school-record 52 points against Pearl River on Feb. 25, 1997.

Golden helped lead the Rangers to a combined 58-10 record, two state championships, two division titles, a region championship and sixth place finish in 1995-96 at the NJCAA Tournament. He was a two-time all-state selection and 1997 NJCAA Second Team All-American.

Golden moved on to play his junior season at the University of Memphis, averaging 14.2 points, 3.0 assists and 2.7 rebounds-per-game in 29 games, and his senior year at Troy University, averaging 18 points, 5.9 assists and 3.8 rebounds-per-game. He was an All C-USA selection for the Tigers and became the first player in the Division I era to earn both Conference Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year honors as a senior at Troy.

Golden was selected by the Gulf Coast SunDogs in the USBL draft in 2000 and played briefly for Hamburg (Germany), Memphis HD (USA-ABA) and Brevard BD (USA-USBL). He gave up his professional overseas basketball career to devote his life to serving, mentoring and adopting the youth around the Greenlaw Community Center where he's worked closely with the North Memphis youth for the past decade.

Former two-time NJCAA All-American Ben Evans will become the 18th baseball player or coach to join the prestigious club.

A native of Holly Springs, Evans attended Northwest on both a baseball and football scholarship and graduated in 1977 with an associate's degree in business.

Evans played third base and outfield during the 1976-77 baseball seasons for hall of fame coach Jim Miles and helped the Rangers to a 33-25 record, two north division titles and two state championships.

A two-time batting champion, Evans led the Rangers in hitting both of his seasons, hitting .449 as a freshman and .435 as a sophomore. For his efforts, he earned all-state honors twice and was also an NJCAA All-Region and All-Eastern District selection as a sophomore.

On the gridiron, the Rangers won two north division titles and were a combined 15-5-1 under head coach A.J. Kilpatrick. Evans played tailback and was an all-star and all-state selection. He led the state in rushing (also second in the nation) and scoring his sophomore season.


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Trio To Be Inducted Into Northwest Sports Hall Of Fame
Release Date: 9/18/2014
Northwest Mississippi Community College

SENATOBIA – Former Ranger greats Shantell Atkins-Brown, Detric Golden and Ben Evans will be inducted into the Northwest Mississippi Community College Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, Sept. 20 during Homecoming weekend.

The induction ceremony will be held at noon at the David M. Haraway Center on the Senatobia campus and will be preceded by a meal at 11:30 a.m.One of the most decorated women's basketball players to ever put on a Lady Ranger uniform, Brown played the 1993-94 and 94-95 seasons in Senatobia and helped Northwest to a combined 44-13 record (18-6 in the MACJC) and a state and north division championship as a sophomore.

A native of Earle, Ark., Brown's name is scattered throughout the school record books. All told, her name ranks in the Top 10 at Northwest in 15 different statistical categories for a career.

Brown led the Lady Rangers in scoring in each of her two seasons at 12.0 and 16.7 points per game and ranks first all-time in career assists (491) and steals (328), second in 3-point field goal percentage (.367), third in field goal percentage (.529), fifth in free throw percentage (.648), sixth in field goals made (306) and seventh in career scoring with 820 points.

The most notable statistic on Brown was on Dec. 8, 1994 when she recorded the school's first-ever quadruple-double against Mississippi Delta in a 91-52 win. Brown scored 22 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, made 10 steals and dished out 10 assists. She went on to collect several more quadruple-doubles during the 1994-95 season.

Golden will become the 16th men's basketball player to be inducted into the Northwest Sports Hall of Fame during Homecoming weekend.

Golden played for the Rangers during the 1995-97 seasons under head coach Marc Dukes and finished as the school's all-time leader in points scored (1,223), assists (642), assists/game (9.6), steals (192) and free throws made (315).

In 67 career games, Golden averaged 18.3 points, 9.6 assists, 2.9 steals and 2.9 rebounds-per-game while shooting 50 percent from the floor, 39 percent from beyond the arc and 73 percent from the free throw line. He scored a school-record 52 points against Pearl River on Feb. 25, 1997.

Golden helped lead the Rangers to a combined 58-10 record, two state championships, two division titles, a region championship and sixth place finish in 1995-96 at the NJCAA Tournament. He was a two-time all-state selection and 1997 NJCAA Second Team All-American.

Golden moved on to play his junior season at the University of Memphis, averaging 14.2 points, 3.0 assists and 2.7 rebounds-per-game in 29 games, and his senior year at Troy University, averaging 18 points, 5.9 assists and 3.8 rebounds-per-game. He was an All C-USA selection for the Tigers and became the first player in the Division I era to earn both Conference Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year honors as a senior at Troy.

Golden was selected by the Gulf Coast SunDogs in the USBL draft in 2000 and played briefly for Hamburg (Germany), Memphis HD (USA-ABA) and Brevard BD (USA-USBL). He gave up his professional overseas basketball career to devote his life to serving, mentoring and adopting the youth around the Greenlaw Community Center where he's worked closely with the North Memphis youth for the past decade.

Former two-time NJCAA All-American Ben Evans will become the 18th baseball player or coach to join the prestigious club.

A native of Holly Springs, Evans attended Northwest on both a baseball and football scholarship and graduated in 1977 with an associate's degree in business.

Evans played third base and outfield during the 1976-77 baseball seasons for hall of fame coach Jim Miles and helped the Rangers to a 33-25 record, two north division titles and two state championships.

A two-time batting champion, Evans led the Rangers in hitting both of his seasons, hitting .449 as a freshman and .435 as a sophomore. For his efforts, he earned all-state honors twice and was also an NJCAA All-Region and All-Eastern District selection as a sophomore.

On the gridiron, the Rangers won two north division titles and were a combined 15-5-1 under head coach A.J. Kilpatrick. Evans played tailback and was an all-star and all-state selection. He led the state in rushing (also second in the nation) and scoring his sophomore season.


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Annual Homecoming Golf Tournament Scheduled For Oct. 4
Release Date: 9/23/2014
Copiah-Lincoln Community College

WESSON – WESSON – Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Annual Homecoming Golf Tournament has been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4 at Wolf Hollow Golf Club. The two-man scramble will begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start. The cost is $50 per player, which includes green fees, carts, prizes, goodie bags and lunch. Registration begins at 7 a.m.

“We decided to move the date from a Friday, which we’ve used in the past, to the Saturday before the homecoming football game,” said Co-Lin head baseball coach Clay Smith. “This is going to serve as the kickoff for the week of homecoming and we’re hoping for a big turnout this year.” The homecoming football game takes place on Saturday, Oct. 11 when the Wolfpack host Hinds at 3 p.m. First, second and third place prizes will be awarded in each flight as well as on-course prizes. Proceeds benefit the Co-Lin Baseball program.

For more information contact Ronny Ross at (601) 643-8379 or Clay Smith at (601) 643-8412.


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Annual Homecoming Golf Tournament Scheduled For Oct. 4
Release Date: 9/23/2014
Copiah-Lincoln Community College

WESSON – WESSON – Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Annual Homecoming Golf Tournament has been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4 at Wolf Hollow Golf Club.The two-man scramble will begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start. The cost is $50 per player, which includes green fees, carts, prizes, goodie bags and lunch. Registration begins at 7 a.m.

“We decided to move the date from a Friday, which we’ve used in the past, to the Saturday before the homecoming football game,” said Co-Lin head baseball coach Clay Smith. “This is going to serve as the kickoff for the week of homecoming and we’re hoping for a big turnout this year.” The homecoming football game takes place on Saturday, Oct. 11 when the Wolfpack host Hinds at 3 p.m. First, second and third place prizes will be awarded in each flight as well as on-course prizes. Proceeds benefit the Co-Lin Baseball program.

For more information contact Ronny Ross at (601) 643-8379 or Clay Smith at (601) 643-8412.


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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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ECCC Lady Soccer Warriors Beat Holmes 3-1; Warriors Fall 2-1
Release Date: 9/22/2014
East Central Community College

Allie Turner scored two goals to help lead the East Central Community College women’s soccer team to a 3-1 victory over Holmes Community College in a key division battle Friday, Sept. 19 on the Decatur campus.

The Lady Soccer Warriors improved to 7-1-1 overall and 3-0-1 in MACJC North Division, while the Lady Bulldogs dropped to 4-4-0 and 1-3-0. Turner is a freshman midfielder from Horn Lake.

Carissa Stevenson and Kayla Anderson were credited with scoring assists on Turner’s goals. Stevenson is a freshman forward from Harrison Central and Anderson is a freshman midfielder from Florence.

Lacey Field also scored for EC. Field is a freshman forward from Lewisburg. Turner was credited with a scoring assist.

Mara Baker scored for Holmes.

The Lady Soccer Warriors are led by second-year head coach Gray Massey. In the men’s contest, the Warriors jumped out to a 1-0 lead following Tyler Cook’s goal in the eighth minute. But the Bulldogs rallied with goals by Alexis Alonso in the 34th minute and Jimmy Doonan in the 49th minute and held on for the division win.

Cook is a sophomore defender from Daphne (Ala.) High School. Jamar Simms and Connor Brennan were credited with scoring assists during Cook’s goal. Simms is a freshman defender from Pascagoula and Brennan, a freshman midfielder, hails from Pearl.

The Warriors fell to 4-5-0 and 1-3-0 following the loss under 16- year head coach Kenneth Thompson. The Bulldogs improved to 4-3-1 and 2-2-0.

Next up for EC squads are matchups with Southwest Mississippi Community College Friday, Sept. 26. Game times are 2 and 4 p.m. on the Decatur campus. The previously scheduled contests with Pearl River Community College in Poplarville, Tuesday, Sept. 23, have been cancelled.


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JCJC’s Gilliland Named MACJC Soccer Player Of The Week
Release Date: 9/22/2014
Jones County Junior College

ELLISVILLE – For the second time this season, Jones County Junior College’s Shelby Gilliland has been named the MACJC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 15-21.

Gilliland had three goals and one assist in No. 9 JCJC’s 7-0 win over Southwest Mississippi. She added a goal in the Lady Bobcats’ 2-0 win over previously unbeaten Pearl River.

Gilliland is a sophomore midfielder/forward from Petal. She is a transfer from South Alabama.

Gilliland was also honored for the week of Sept. 1-7.

The Lady Bobcats, 9-0 overall and 5-0 in the MACJC South Division, will host Northwest Mississippi at 3 p.m. on Sept. 30.

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SOFTBALL ALUMNI GAME TO CONCLUDE BUSY HOMECOMING WEEKEND
Release Date: 9/22/2014
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Booneville, Miss. - Veteran coach Jody Long hopes that inclement weather does not intervene with his plans to reunite members of Northeast Mississippi Community College’s highly successful softball team for a second straight year.

The Tigers are set to host their fourth alumni game on Sunday, September 28. First pitch is slated for 2 p.m. with a potluck meal immediately following the conclusion of the contest at Booneville High School’s Wayne Michael Memorial Field.

“Our program is a family and this gives us a chance to connect and expand,” said Long. “The kids and their families that come back catch up on old times and talk about memories. It also gives our current players an opportunity to interact with former players and their parents.”

The impending landfall of Tropical Storm Karen cancelled the event last fall after a string of three straight successful years since it was initiated by Long in 2010.

Past alumni games have featured former student-athletes that received multiple accolades while at Northeast, including National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Americans Staranna Frazier, Charity Graham Hogrefe, Shanika Randle, Jessica Spain Taylor and Brandi Vondenstein Dannelly.

The meeting of past and present Tigers signals the conclusion of a busy homecoming schedule on the Booneville campus. The weekend gets underway early Saturday with open tours of Northeast’s new football fieldhouse from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on the north side of Tiger Stadium.

All alumni are encouraged to attend a reception at 10 a.m. in the Haney Union’s Black and Gold Room. One hour later, Northeast will honor its newest additions to the Sports and Alumni Hall of Fame.

Tickets are available for the annual induction ceremony at a cost of $15, which includes a luncheon inside the Claude Wright Room of the Haney Union.

The Tigers then take to the gridiron for a 3 p.m. Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division battle versus Coahoma Community College.

Homecoming queen Tatum Emmons, who is on Northeast’s cheerleading squad, and her court will be presented at halftime. Pregame festivities include recognition of the Sports and Alumni Hall of Fame inductees and the Showband from Tigerland.

Northeast has fielded one of the most prosperous softball programs in the country since its transition from slowpitch to fastpitch in 2001. The Tigers have qualified for the MACJC State Playoffs in 12 of the previous 13 years and have claimed seven MACJC North Division championships.

Nineteen players have garnered All-American honors from either the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) or the NFCA. Another 12 Northeast standouts were distinguished with NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Awards. The 2003 edition of the Tigers under the direction of legendary headman David Carnell won the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament to secure a spot in the NJCAA National Tournament. Northeast has been regional runner-up on three other occasions as well.

For more information on the Tigers’ softball alumni contest, contact Long at 662-720-7305 or by email at jwlong@nemcc.edu or assistant coach Jaisa Emerson at 662-720-7218 or by email at jfemerson@nemcc.edu.


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NORTHEAST TENNIS PROGRAMS ARRANGE OPEN TRYOUT
Release Date: 9/8/2014
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Booneville, Miss. - Northeast Mississippi Community College’s tennis programs are giving local athletes one more shot to join its ranks for the upcoming 2015 season.

The Lady Tigers and Tigers will hold an open tryout on Tuesday, September 9 with a scheduled start of 3:30 p.m. at the Northeast Tennis Courts.

Registration begins at 3 p.m. and players must fill out a liability release form in order to partake in the session.

Auditions for the men’s and women’s squads will be held at the same time and are open to any student that is currently enrolled at Northeast for the fall semester.

Each participant is expected to bring their own equipment, which includes but is not limited to athletic apparel and a racquet. Tennis balls will be provided at the courts.

Players should expect a professional tryout format. Those in attendance have the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities and showcase their skills by practicing in both a singles and doubles format.

Contestants get the chance to exhibit their backhand and forehand techniques as well as their serve and volley during a hitting session.

Returning sophomores are also set to assist in the rehearsal by leading an assortment of drills that will put each netter’s expertise to the test.

For more information about tryouts for the Lady Tigers and Tigers tennis teams, contact head coach Ben Shappley at 662-720-7242 or by email at bshappley@nemcc.edu.


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Gore Named ICC’s Sports Information Director
Release Date: 8/12/2014
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Pittsboro native Adam Gore, who is beginning his fifth year at Itawamba Community College, has been named director of Sports Information.

Gore succeeds Will Kollmeyer, who will join the SEC Network as a broadcaster for Ole Miss Athletics, later this month.

“To say that Will’s leaving big shoes to fill is an understatement, but I’m excited about this new opportunity and the direction that the College is taking,” Gore said. “I really appreciate President (Mike) Eaton, members of the Board of Trustees, Dr. (Jan) Bunch (executive director of Community Relations) and the College for having faith in me to be able to step into this role."

Prior to his joining the ICC staff, Gore had 15 years’ experience in television, eight as sports director of W07BN, as well as 15 plus years at numerous newspapers throughout Northeast Mississippi and six years with Mississippi Radio Broadcast Group. In addition, he operated goresports.net for 10 years. “That’s what catapulted me into this (profession),” Gore said of the website, which was one of the top in the southeastern United States dedicated to high school, junior college and collegiate coverage. He has served in a free-lance capacity with Fox Sports South, Fox Sports Southwest, CSS, ESPN, ESPN2 and CBS Sports. He has won more than 100 awards during his career.

Gore has degrees from both Itawamba Community College and Northwest Mississippi Community College and is working toward a bachelor’s degree in sports marketing and business.

In his previous role as assistant director of Sports Information, Gore was responsible for news releases; maintaining ICC’s athletic website, LetsGoICC.com; video; operations and play-by-play. He said that he will continue to fill these duties in an expanded capacity.

“If you’re kind and work hard, good things will happen,” Gore said. “The Lord has truly blessed me with this opportunity.”

For more information on ICC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic programs, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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