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49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Release Date:5/27/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Forty-nine student-athletes were inducted into Itawamba Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the 2015-16 academic and athletic year.

Baseball: Blake Appel (Gulfport), Ty Wheeler (Tupelo), Jon Morgan Payne (Belmont) and Brandon Williams (Grenada).

Cheerleading: Cristin Cook (Houston), Kaley Loague (Hamilton), Elizabeth McCullar (Pontotoc) and Madison Dickinson (Mantachie).

Football: Chakel Gates (Calhoun City).

Golf: Andrew McDonald (Fulton).

Softball: Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs), Alex Brown (Pontotoc), Taylor Cresap (Fulton), Bre Harford (Southaven), Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston), Lane Kennedy (Smithville), Mary Kansas Sullivan (Houston), Addie Thompson (Hamilton), Taylor Thornton (Carrollton), Sheneria Tyes (Baldwyn) and Grayson Wells (Greenwood).

Men’s Basketball: Ron Davis (Edwards).

Men’s Soccer: Avram McGaha (Tupelo), Thomas Blake (Fulton), Sam Dexter (Tupelo), Bryce Hunt (Tupelo), Sabi Malli (Tupelo), Bennett Mills (Corinth), and Cameron O’Daniel (Tupelo).

Dexter will serve as vice president of leadership, Hunt will serve as vice president of fellowship and O’Daniel will serve as vice president of communications in 2016-17.

Men’s Tennis: Mark Robbins (New Albany).

Women’s Basketball: Grace Elliot (New Site), Julianna Garner (New Albany), Sarah Garvin (Hamilton) and Marlee Hatcher (Pontotoc).

Garner served as vice president of leadership in 2015-16.

Women’s Soccer: Emily Buster (Prattville, AL), Hope Burton (Caledonia), Jessica Geraldson (Olive Branch), Kate Hester (Pontotoc), Breauna Holley (Pontotoc), Summer Jenson (Pontotoc), Kelsey McKnatt (Fulton), Megan Moorehead (Starkville), Caroline Mueller (New Albany), Alyssa Park (Corinth), Alyssa Stanford (Tupelo), Rachel Stukenborg (Long Beach) Karlee Grisham (Pontotoc) and Shannon Sullivan (Fulton).

Hester served as PTK president in 2015-16. Buster will serve as vice president of scholarships while Park will serve as vice president of service in 2016-17. Women’s Tennis: Jordan Roberts (Shannon).

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages the academic achievement among students at two-year colleges while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of academic work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue their membership.

For more information on ICC athletics, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Forty-nine student-athletes were inducted into Itawamba Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the 2015-16 academic and athletic year.

Baseball: Blake Appel (Gulfport), Ty Wheeler (Tupelo), Jon Morgan Payne (Belmont) and Brandon Williams (Grenada).

Cheerleading: Cristin Cook (Houston), Kaley Loague (Hamilton), Elizabeth McCullar (Pontotoc) and Madison Dickinson (Mantachie).

Football: Chakel Gates (Calhoun City).

Golf: Andrew McDonald (Fulton).

Softball: Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs), Alex Brown (Pontotoc), Taylor Cresap (Fulton), Bre Harford (Southaven), Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston), Lane Kennedy (Smithville), Mary Kansas Sullivan (Houston), Addie Thompson (Hamilton), Taylor Thornton (Carrollton), Sheneria Tyes (Baldwyn) and Grayson Wells (Greenwood).

Men’s Basketball: Ron Davis (Edwards).

Men’s Soccer: Avram McGaha (Tupelo), Thomas Blake (Fulton), Sam Dexter (Tupelo), Bryce Hunt (Tupelo), Sabi Malli (Tupelo), Bennett Mills (Corinth), and Cameron O’Daniel (Tupelo).

Dexter will serve as vice president of leadership, Hunt will serve as vice president of fellowship and O’Daniel will serve as vice president of communications in 2016-17.

Men’s Tennis: Mark Robbins (New Albany).

Women’s Basketball: Grace Elliot (New Site), Julianna Garner (New Albany), Sarah Garvin (Hamilton) and Marlee Hatcher (Pontotoc).

Garner served as vice president of leadership in 2015-16.

Women’s Soccer: Emily Buster (Prattville, AL), Hope Burton (Caledonia), Jessica Geraldson (Olive Branch), Kate Hester (Pontotoc), Breauna Holley (Pontotoc), Summer Jenson (Pontotoc), Kelsey McKnatt (Fulton), Megan Moorehead (Starkville), Caroline Mueller (New Albany), Alyssa Park (Corinth), Alyssa Stanford (Tupelo), Rachel Stukenborg (Long Beach) Karlee Grisham (Pontotoc) and Shannon Sullivan (Fulton).

Hester served as PTK president in 2015-16. Buster will serve as vice president of scholarships while Park will serve as vice president of service in 2016-17. Women’s Tennis: Jordan Roberts (Shannon).

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages the academic achievement among students at two-year colleges while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of academic work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue their membership.

For more information on ICC athletics, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Forty-nine student-athletes were inducted into Itawamba Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the 2015-16 academic and athletic year.

Baseball: Blake Appel (Gulfport), Ty Wheeler (Tupelo), Jon Morgan Payne (Belmont) and Brandon Williams (Grenada).

Cheerleading: Cristin Cook (Houston), Kaley Loague (Hamilton), Elizabeth McCullar (Pontotoc) and Madison Dickinson (Mantachie).

Football: Chakel Gates (Calhoun City).

Golf: Andrew McDonald (Fulton).

Softball: Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs), Alex Brown (Pontotoc), Taylor Cresap (Fulton), Bre Harford (Southaven), Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston), Lane Kennedy (Smithville), Mary Kansas Sullivan (Houston), Addie Thompson (Hamilton), Taylor Thornton (Carrollton), Sheneria Tyes (Baldwyn) and Grayson Wells (Greenwood).

Men’s Basketball: Ron Davis (Edwards).

Men’s Soccer: Avram McGaha (Tupelo), Thomas Blake (Fulton), Sam Dexter (Tupelo), Bryce Hunt (Tupelo), Sabi Malli (Tupelo), Bennett Mills (Corinth), and Cameron O’Daniel (Tupelo).

Dexter will serve as vice president of leadership, Hunt will serve as vice president of fellowship and O’Daniel will serve as vice president of communications in 2016-17.

Men’s Tennis: Mark Robbins (New Albany).

Women’s Basketball: Grace Elliot (New Site), Julianna Garner (New Albany), Sarah Garvin (Hamilton) and Marlee Hatcher (Pontotoc).

Garner served as vice president of leadership in 2015-16.

Women’s Soccer: Emily Buster (Prattville, AL), Hope Burton (Caledonia), Jessica Geraldson (Olive Branch), Kate Hester (Pontotoc), Breauna Holley (Pontotoc), Summer Jenson (Pontotoc), Kelsey McKnatt (Fulton), Megan Moorehead (Starkville), Caroline Mueller (New Albany), Alyssa Park (Corinth), Alyssa Stanford (Tupelo), Rachel Stukenborg (Long Beach) Karlee Grisham (Pontotoc) and Shannon Sullivan (Fulton).

Hester served as PTK president in 2015-16. Buster will serve as vice president of scholarships while Park will serve as vice president of service in 2016-17. Women’s Tennis: Jordan Roberts (Shannon).

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages the academic achievement among students at two-year colleges while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of academic work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue their membership.

For more information on ICC athletics, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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First Week Of Jets OTAs In The Books For Tarow Barney
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Northwest Mississippi Community College

NEW JERSEY – Defensive tackle Tarow Barney, who played the 2012-13 seasons for Northwest Mississippi Community College and later at Penn State, has made it through the first week of organized team activities (OTAs) with the New York Jets.

Barney signed as an undrafted free agent with the Jets back on May 2 and is one of three former Rangers with NFL teams along with wide receiver Myles White (New York Giants) and offensive tackle Donald Hawkins (Carolina Panthers). Barney is wearing No. 60 during camp.

Jets OTAs continue May 31, June 1-2 and June 6-9. Mandatory minicamp is set for June 14-16.

"I'm very excited for the opportunity the Jets are giving me and blessed that I was given a chance," Barney said. "I'm going to make the best of my opportunity and work hard every day. I had a great experience on and off the field at Penn State and they molded me into a better player, especially my defensive line coach Sean Spencer."

A native of Bainbridge, Ga., and Bainbridge High School, Barney (6-3/305) was rated a 4-star prospect by 247sports.com and the No. 3 DT in the 2014 class out of Northwest. He finished the 2013 season with 36 tackles, 9.5 tackles-for-loss, 3.5 sacks, a forced fumble and five quarterback hurries and had 20 tackles and four hurries as a freshman in 2012.

He continued his career at Penn State, choosing the Nittany Lions over offers from Kansas State, Arizona State, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa State and numerous others. He also received heavy interest from Alabama.

In 25 career games at PSU, Barney finished with 16 tackles, 3.5 tackles-for-loss and 2.5 sacks.

One of the strongest players on the team, Barney did 31 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press at Penn State's pro day. He also ran a 4.99 40-yard dash and had a broad jump of 9 feet 5 inches.

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9th Annual Sim Cooley Memorial Golf Tourney Set For June 4
Release Date: 5/28/2016
Jones County Junior College

LAUREL – The 9th annual Sim Cooley Memorial Golf Tournament will be played June 4 at Bear Creek Golf Club.

The tournament is a three-person scramble with proceeds going to provide funds for scholarships at Jones County Junior College.

Entry fee is $45 per person or $135 per team. Hole sponsors are available for $100 and team and hole sponsors are available for $200.

First, second and third place teams will receive prizes. There will also be closest to the pin and longest drive prize winners.

Registration is from 7:3-8:30 a.m. with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.

For more information, call the BCGC pro shop at 601-425-5670.

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49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Forty-nine student-athletes were inducted into Itawamba Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the 2015-16 academic and athletic year.

Baseball: Blake Appel (Gulfport), Ty Wheeler (Tupelo), Jon Morgan Payne (Belmont) and Brandon Williams (Grenada).

Cheerleading: Cristin Cook (Houston), Kaley Loague (Hamilton), Elizabeth McCullar (Pontotoc) and Madison Dickinson (Mantachie).

Football: Chakel Gates (Calhoun City).

Golf: Andrew McDonald (Fulton).

Softball: Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs), Alex Brown (Pontotoc), Taylor Cresap (Fulton), Bre Harford (Southaven), Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston), Lane Kennedy (Smithville), Mary Kansas Sullivan (Houston), Addie Thompson (Hamilton), Taylor Thornton (Carrollton), Sheneria Tyes (Baldwyn) and Grayson Wells (Greenwood).

Men’s Basketball: Ron Davis (Edwards).

Men’s Soccer: Avram McGaha (Tupelo), Thomas Blake (Fulton), Sam Dexter (Tupelo), Bryce Hunt (Tupelo), Sabi Malli (Tupelo), Bennett Mills (Corinth), and Cameron O’Daniel (Tupelo).

Dexter will serve as vice president of leadership, Hunt will serve as vice president of fellowship and O’Daniel will serve as vice president of communications in 2016-17.

Men’s Tennis: Mark Robbins (New Albany).

Women’s Basketball: Grace Elliot (New Site), Julianna Garner (New Albany), Sarah Garvin (Hamilton) and Marlee Hatcher (Pontotoc).

Garner served as vice president of leadership in 2015-16.

Women’s Soccer: Emily Buster (Prattville, AL), Hope Burton (Caledonia), Jessica Geraldson (Olive Branch), Kate Hester (Pontotoc), Breauna Holley (Pontotoc), Summer Jenson (Pontotoc), Kelsey McKnatt (Fulton), Megan Moorehead (Starkville), Caroline Mueller (New Albany), Alyssa Park (Corinth), Alyssa Stanford (Tupelo), Rachel Stukenborg (Long Beach) Karlee Grisham (Pontotoc) and Shannon Sullivan (Fulton).

Hester served as PTK president in 2015-16. Buster will serve as vice president of scholarships while Park will serve as vice president of service in 2016-17. Women’s Tennis: Jordan Roberts (Shannon).

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages the academic achievement among students at two-year colleges while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of academic work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue their membership.

For more information on ICC athletics, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Forty-nine student-athletes were inducted into Itawamba Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the 2015-16 academic and athletic year.

Baseball: Blake Appel (Gulfport), Ty Wheeler (Tupelo), Jon Morgan Payne (Belmont) and Brandon Williams (Grenada).

Cheerleading: Cristin Cook (Houston), Kaley Loague (Hamilton), Elizabeth McCullar (Pontotoc) and Madison Dickinson (Mantachie).

Football: Chakel Gates (Calhoun City).

Golf: Andrew McDonald (Fulton).

Softball: Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs), Alex Brown (Pontotoc), Taylor Cresap (Fulton), Bre Harford (Southaven), Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston), Lane Kennedy (Smithville), Mary Kansas Sullivan (Houston), Addie Thompson (Hamilton), Taylor Thornton (Carrollton), Sheneria Tyes (Baldwyn) and Grayson Wells (Greenwood).

Men’s Basketball: Ron Davis (Edwards).

Men’s Soccer: Avram McGaha (Tupelo), Thomas Blake (Fulton), Sam Dexter (Tupelo), Bryce Hunt (Tupelo), Sabi Malli (Tupelo), Bennett Mills (Corinth), and Cameron O’Daniel (Tupelo).

Dexter will serve as vice president of leadership, Hunt will serve as vice president of fellowship and O’Daniel will serve as vice president of communications in 2016-17.

Men’s Tennis: Mark Robbins (New Albany).

Women’s Basketball: Grace Elliot (New Site), Julianna Garner (New Albany), Sarah Garvin (Hamilton) and Marlee Hatcher (Pontotoc).

Garner served as vice president of leadership in 2015-16.

Women’s Soccer: Emily Buster (Prattville, AL), Hope Burton (Caledonia), Jessica Geraldson (Olive Branch), Kate Hester (Pontotoc), Breauna Holley (Pontotoc), Summer Jenson (Pontotoc), Kelsey McKnatt (Fulton), Megan Moorehead (Starkville), Caroline Mueller (New Albany), Alyssa Park (Corinth), Alyssa Stanford (Tupelo), Rachel Stukenborg (Long Beach) Karlee Grisham (Pontotoc) and Shannon Sullivan (Fulton).

Hester served as PTK president in 2015-16. Buster will serve as vice president of scholarships while Park will serve as vice president of service in 2016-17. Women’s Tennis: Jordan Roberts (Shannon).

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages the academic achievement among students at two-year colleges while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of academic work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue their membership.

For more information on ICC athletics, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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Latest Women's Soccer Story

49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Forty-nine student-athletes were inducted into Itawamba Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the 2015-16 academic and athletic year.

Baseball: Blake Appel (Gulfport), Ty Wheeler (Tupelo), Jon Morgan Payne (Belmont) and Brandon Williams (Grenada).

Cheerleading: Cristin Cook (Houston), Kaley Loague (Hamilton), Elizabeth McCullar (Pontotoc) and Madison Dickinson (Mantachie).

Football: Chakel Gates (Calhoun City).

Golf: Andrew McDonald (Fulton).

Softball: Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs), Alex Brown (Pontotoc), Taylor Cresap (Fulton), Bre Harford (Southaven), Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston), Lane Kennedy (Smithville), Mary Kansas Sullivan (Houston), Addie Thompson (Hamilton), Taylor Thornton (Carrollton), Sheneria Tyes (Baldwyn) and Grayson Wells (Greenwood).

Men’s Basketball: Ron Davis (Edwards).

Men’s Soccer: Avram McGaha (Tupelo), Thomas Blake (Fulton), Sam Dexter (Tupelo), Bryce Hunt (Tupelo), Sabi Malli (Tupelo), Bennett Mills (Corinth), and Cameron O’Daniel (Tupelo).

Dexter will serve as vice president of leadership, Hunt will serve as vice president of fellowship and O’Daniel will serve as vice president of communications in 2016-17.

Men’s Tennis: Mark Robbins (New Albany).

Women’s Basketball: Grace Elliot (New Site), Julianna Garner (New Albany), Sarah Garvin (Hamilton) and Marlee Hatcher (Pontotoc).

Garner served as vice president of leadership in 2015-16.

Women’s Soccer: Emily Buster (Prattville, AL), Hope Burton (Caledonia), Jessica Geraldson (Olive Branch), Kate Hester (Pontotoc), Breauna Holley (Pontotoc), Summer Jenson (Pontotoc), Kelsey McKnatt (Fulton), Megan Moorehead (Starkville), Caroline Mueller (New Albany), Alyssa Park (Corinth), Alyssa Stanford (Tupelo), Rachel Stukenborg (Long Beach) Karlee Grisham (Pontotoc) and Shannon Sullivan (Fulton).

Hester served as PTK president in 2015-16. Buster will serve as vice president of scholarships while Park will serve as vice president of service in 2016-17. Women’s Tennis: Jordan Roberts (Shannon).

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages the academic achievement among students at two-year colleges while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of academic work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue their membership.

For more information on ICC athletics, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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JCJC To Host MAC All-Star Softball Games
Release Date: 5/29/2016
Jones County Junior College

ELLISVILLE ¬– Jones County Junior College will host the MAC Fastpitch All-Star Games.

It will be the fifth straight year for JCJC to host the games.

The contests will take place June 4 at Community Bank Park. Players will report to JCJC on June 2 with practices slated for June 3.

The first 1A/2A/3A game begins at 10 a.m., followed by the first 4A/5A/6A game. All of the All-Stars will be introduced at approximately 1:30 p.m. The second 1A/2A/3A game will start immediately after player introductions, followed by the second 4A/5A/6A game.

Admission will be $5 and MAC passes are accepted.

For more information, go to www.mscoaches.com.


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49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Forty-nine student-athletes were inducted into Itawamba Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the 2015-16 academic and athletic year.

Baseball: Blake Appel (Gulfport), Ty Wheeler (Tupelo), Jon Morgan Payne (Belmont) and Brandon Williams (Grenada).

Cheerleading: Cristin Cook (Houston), Kaley Loague (Hamilton), Elizabeth McCullar (Pontotoc) and Madison Dickinson (Mantachie).

Football: Chakel Gates (Calhoun City).

Golf: Andrew McDonald (Fulton).

Softball: Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs), Alex Brown (Pontotoc), Taylor Cresap (Fulton), Bre Harford (Southaven), Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston), Lane Kennedy (Smithville), Mary Kansas Sullivan (Houston), Addie Thompson (Hamilton), Taylor Thornton (Carrollton), Sheneria Tyes (Baldwyn) and Grayson Wells (Greenwood).

Men’s Basketball: Ron Davis (Edwards).

Men’s Soccer: Avram McGaha (Tupelo), Thomas Blake (Fulton), Sam Dexter (Tupelo), Bryce Hunt (Tupelo), Sabi Malli (Tupelo), Bennett Mills (Corinth), and Cameron O’Daniel (Tupelo).

Dexter will serve as vice president of leadership, Hunt will serve as vice president of fellowship and O’Daniel will serve as vice president of communications in 2016-17.

Men’s Tennis: Mark Robbins (New Albany).

Women’s Basketball: Grace Elliot (New Site), Julianna Garner (New Albany), Sarah Garvin (Hamilton) and Marlee Hatcher (Pontotoc).

Garner served as vice president of leadership in 2015-16.

Women’s Soccer: Emily Buster (Prattville, AL), Hope Burton (Caledonia), Jessica Geraldson (Olive Branch), Kate Hester (Pontotoc), Breauna Holley (Pontotoc), Summer Jenson (Pontotoc), Kelsey McKnatt (Fulton), Megan Moorehead (Starkville), Caroline Mueller (New Albany), Alyssa Park (Corinth), Alyssa Stanford (Tupelo), Rachel Stukenborg (Long Beach) Karlee Grisham (Pontotoc) and Shannon Sullivan (Fulton).

Hester served as PTK president in 2015-16. Buster will serve as vice president of scholarships while Park will serve as vice president of service in 2016-17. Women’s Tennis: Jordan Roberts (Shannon).

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages the academic achievement among students at two-year colleges while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of academic work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue their membership.

For more information on ICC athletics, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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Matthew Gibson Of Hinds CC Track And Field Signs With Mississippi College
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – Matthew Gibson (Clinton), a sophomore sprinter on the Hinds Community College men’s track and field team, inked a national letter of intent with Mississippi College on Friday to continue his academic and athletic career.

Gibson competed in a variety of events for the Eagles (100 and 200-meter dashes), who recently came in third place overall at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Outdoor Nationals.

He had a very successful sophomore campaign, highlighted by a third place finish in the 200-meter dash at the Louisiana State University (LSU) Purple Tiger Invitational, where he ran the event in 22.48 seconds. Gibson also had a third place finish later in the season in Baton Rouge, La., when he ran the same event in 22.70 seconds at the Louisiana State University (LSU) High Performance meet.

Gibson also notched numerous top-10 finishes in the 100 and 200-meter dashes during the 2016 season.

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


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49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Release Date: 5/27/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS - Forty-nine student-athletes were inducted into Itawamba Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the 2015-16 academic and athletic year.

Baseball: Blake Appel (Gulfport), Ty Wheeler (Tupelo), Jon Morgan Payne (Belmont) and Brandon Williams (Grenada).

Cheerleading: Cristin Cook (Houston), Kaley Loague (Hamilton), Elizabeth McCullar (Pontotoc) and Madison Dickinson (Mantachie).

Football: Chakel Gates (Calhoun City).

Golf: Andrew McDonald (Fulton).

Softball: Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs), Alex Brown (Pontotoc), Taylor Cresap (Fulton), Bre Harford (Southaven), Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston), Lane Kennedy (Smithville), Mary Kansas Sullivan (Houston), Addie Thompson (Hamilton), Taylor Thornton (Carrollton), Sheneria Tyes (Baldwyn) and Grayson Wells (Greenwood).

Men’s Basketball: Ron Davis (Edwards).

Men’s Soccer: Avram McGaha (Tupelo), Thomas Blake (Fulton), Sam Dexter (Tupelo), Bryce Hunt (Tupelo), Sabi Malli (Tupelo), Bennett Mills (Corinth), and Cameron O’Daniel (Tupelo).

Dexter will serve as vice president of leadership, Hunt will serve as vice president of fellowship and O’Daniel will serve as vice president of communications in 2016-17.

Men’s Tennis: Mark Robbins (New Albany).

Women’s Basketball: Grace Elliot (New Site), Julianna Garner (New Albany), Sarah Garvin (Hamilton) and Marlee Hatcher (Pontotoc).

Garner served as vice president of leadership in 2015-16.

Women’s Soccer: Emily Buster (Prattville, AL), Hope Burton (Caledonia), Jessica Geraldson (Olive Branch), Kate Hester (Pontotoc), Breauna Holley (Pontotoc), Summer Jenson (Pontotoc), Kelsey McKnatt (Fulton), Megan Moorehead (Starkville), Caroline Mueller (New Albany), Alyssa Park (Corinth), Alyssa Stanford (Tupelo), Rachel Stukenborg (Long Beach) Karlee Grisham (Pontotoc) and Shannon Sullivan (Fulton).

Hester served as PTK president in 2015-16. Buster will serve as vice president of scholarships while Park will serve as vice president of service in 2016-17. Women’s Tennis: Jordan Roberts (Shannon).

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages the academic achievement among students at two-year colleges while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of academic work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue their membership.

For more information on ICC athletics, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit LetsGoICC.com.


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