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c spire Baseball News

ICC's Drake Rowton Signs With Arkansas Monticello
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
ICC Leads Nation With 60 NJCAA Academic Awards
Thirteen Athletes Earn NJCAA Academic Honors
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
Cincinnati Reds Promote Cody Reed To Major Leagues
JCJC Honors Student-athletes With Spring Banquets
Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
Avalon Approved As New Head Baseball Coach At PRCC
PRCC Names Jeff Long As New Athletic Director
JCJC’s Kirtland Listed Among Finalists For Skip Bertman National Coach Of The Year
JCJC’s Irby Receives Marucci Elite Hitting Award
JCJC’s Irby Receives Golden Glove Award
Northeast Baseball Enjoys Successful Summer Youth Camp
PRCC’s Clark Taken By Brewers In MLB Draft
ICC Shortstop Selected By Chicago In MLB Draft
ECCC’s Wall Named NJCAA All-American
MCC Baseball Closes Out 2016 Season
East Mississippi Community College Looking For New “Leo The Lion” Mascot For Upcoming Academic Year
Brian Lane Named NJCAA All-American
ICC's Drake Rowton Signs With Arkansas Monticello
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College second baseman Drake Rowton has signed to continue his baseball career at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.

Rowton finished his sophomore campaign with a .331 batting average, 29 RBI, 39 runs scored, 10 doubles, two triples, 19 walks, five stolen bases and three home runs.

The Marion, AR native helped anchor the Indians middle infield with a .971 fielding percentage and was part of 21 double plays.

Rowton helped the Indians to a 27-20 record and earn a spot in the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) playoffs.

During his two seasons in the red and blue, Rowton hit .294 and played in 75 games.

Rowton will join the Weevil program, who finished the 2016 season ranked No. 24 in NCAA Division II and advanced to the regional finals before their season came to a close with a 40-16 record.

The 5’9 middle infielder is the first Indian to sign with the Weevils since Ben Aldridge, who signed in 2014.

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

c spire Men's Basketball News

42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
ICC Leads Nation With 60 NJCAA Academic Awards
Thirteen Athletes Earn NJCAA Academic Honors
ICC's Tori Lee (Columbia) Inks With Louisiana College
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
ICC Signs Former Aberdeen Basketball Standout
PRCC Names Jeff Long As New Athletic Director
MCC Basketball Prepares For Basketball Camp
Shields Joins The ECCC Men’s Basketball Staff
Pair Of ICC Basketball Players Take Their Talents To Louisiana
Schedule For This Week's ICC Basketball League
East Mississippi Community College Looking For New “Leo The Lion” Mascot For Upcoming Academic Year
PRCC SUMMER CAMP CALENDAR
Mississippi House Of Representatives Presents Resolution To Region Champion Tigers
Schedule For Week 2 Of ICC Basketball Summer League
Northeast To Serve As Co-Host For NEMBCA All-Star Weekend
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Seth LeDay Inks With Virginia Tech
JCJC Offers Several Summer Sports Camps
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College had 42 student-athletes named Academic All-MACJC, including 13 who earned the Distinguished distinction for having GPAs for 3.80 or better.

Distinguished Academic All-MACJC members include: Peyton Owen (men’s basketball), Tyler Allen (football), George Kawell (golf), Arnel Dujkovic (men’s soccer), Gio Freitas (men’s soccer), Bree Bonner (women’s soccer), Abigail Smith (women’s soccer, women’s tennis), Kristen Gardner (softball), Tabitha Johnson (softball), Deborah Elmore (softball), Brennan O’Keefe (men’s tennis), Karah Younger (women’s tennis) and Katie Robinson (women’s tennis).

Academic All-MACJC honors go to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.25-3.79. Gulf Coast winners include: Destin Aime (baseball), Chris Crosby (baseball), Slater McCarty (baseball), Courtney White (women’s basketball), James Graves (football), Tyler Flathau (football), Larry Sisson (football), Alex Feazelle (football), Noah Ahlers (golf), Phillip Hickam (golf), Tyler Schingle (golf), Jesse Sunderman (golf), Maryssa Everett (women’s soccer), Javier Hernandez (men’s soccer), A'Darius Steele (men’s soccer), Jordan Parron (men’s soccer), Erin Dawe (women’s soccer), Jamie Dufault (women’s soccer), Moriah Minnis (women’s soccer), Jennifer Walker (softball), Brittany Cooley (softball), Reid Cooley (softball), Bryan Allen (men’s tennis), Chris Diep (tennis), Sam Blackburn (men’s tennis), Skyler Flowers (men’s tennis), Paulina Estrada (women’s tennis), Kendra Soley (women’s tennis) and Hannah Wegner (women’s tennis).

All honorees must have completed 45 credit hours of coursework in their college careers.

Name Sport Award Type

Peyton Owen Men’s Basketball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Allen Football Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

George Kawell Golf Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Arnel Dujkovic Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Gio Freitas Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Bree Bonner Women’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Abigail Smith Women’s Soccer, Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Kristen Gardner Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tabitha Johnson Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDeborah Elmore Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Brennan O'Keefe Men’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Karah Younger Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Katie Robinson Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDestin Aime Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Chris Crosby Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Slater McCarty Baseball Academic All-MACJCCourtney White Women’s Basketball Academic All-MACJCJames Graves Football Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Flathau Football Academic All-MACJC

Larry Sisson Football Academic All-MACJC

Alex Feazelle Football Academic All-MACJC

Noah Ahlers Golf Academic All-MACJC

Phillip Hickam Golf Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Schingle Golf Academic All-MACJC

Jesse Sunderman Golf Academic All-MACJC

Maryssa Everett Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Javier Hernandez Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

A'Darius Steele Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jordan Parron Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Erin Dawe Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jamie Dufault Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Moriah Minnis Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jennifer Walker Softball Academic All-MACJC

Brittany Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Reid Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Bryan Allen Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Chris Diep Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Sam Blackburn Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Skyler Flowers Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Paulina Estrada Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Kendra Soley Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Hannah Wegner Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


c spire Women's Basketball News

42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
ICC Leads Nation With 60 NJCAA Academic Awards
Thirteen Athletes Earn NJCAA Academic Honors
Evans Signs With Arkansas Monticello
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
JCJC Honors Student-athletes With Spring Banquets
Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
PRCC Names Jeff Long As New Athletic Director
MCC Basketball Prepares For Basketball Camp
Schedule For This Week's ICC Basketball League
East Mississippi Community College Looking For New “Leo The Lion” Mascot For Upcoming Academic Year
PRCC SUMMER CAMP CALENDAR
Lady Tigers Broadening Camp Offerings With Goal Of Greater Impact
JCJC’s Brailey Signs With Southeastern Louisiana
ICC Duo Signs With Blue Mountain College
Rhodes Named Women’s Assistant Basketball Coach At JCJC
Northeast To Serve As Co-Host For NEMBCA All-Star Weekend
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
JCJC Offers Several Summer Sports Camps
ICC’s Mays Signs With Delta State
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College had 42 student-athletes named Academic All-MACJC, including 13 who earned the Distinguished distinction for having GPAs for 3.80 or better.

Distinguished Academic All-MACJC members include: Peyton Owen (men’s basketball), Tyler Allen (football), George Kawell (golf), Arnel Dujkovic (men’s soccer), Gio Freitas (men’s soccer), Bree Bonner (women’s soccer), Abigail Smith (women’s soccer, women’s tennis), Kristen Gardner (softball), Tabitha Johnson (softball), Deborah Elmore (softball), Brennan O’Keefe (men’s tennis), Karah Younger (women’s tennis) and Katie Robinson (women’s tennis).

Academic All-MACJC honors go to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.25-3.79. Gulf Coast winners include: Destin Aime (baseball), Chris Crosby (baseball), Slater McCarty (baseball), Courtney White (women’s basketball), James Graves (football), Tyler Flathau (football), Larry Sisson (football), Alex Feazelle (football), Noah Ahlers (golf), Phillip Hickam (golf), Tyler Schingle (golf), Jesse Sunderman (golf), Maryssa Everett (women’s soccer), Javier Hernandez (men’s soccer), A'Darius Steele (men’s soccer), Jordan Parron (men’s soccer), Erin Dawe (women’s soccer), Jamie Dufault (women’s soccer), Moriah Minnis (women’s soccer), Jennifer Walker (softball), Brittany Cooley (softball), Reid Cooley (softball), Bryan Allen (men’s tennis), Chris Diep (tennis), Sam Blackburn (men’s tennis), Skyler Flowers (men’s tennis), Paulina Estrada (women’s tennis), Kendra Soley (women’s tennis) and Hannah Wegner (women’s tennis).

All honorees must have completed 45 credit hours of coursework in their college careers.

Name Sport Award Type

Peyton Owen Men’s Basketball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Allen Football Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

George Kawell Golf Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Arnel Dujkovic Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Gio Freitas Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Bree Bonner Women’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Abigail Smith Women’s Soccer, Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Kristen Gardner Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tabitha Johnson Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDeborah Elmore Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Brennan O'Keefe Men’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Karah Younger Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Katie Robinson Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDestin Aime Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Chris Crosby Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Slater McCarty Baseball Academic All-MACJCCourtney White Women’s Basketball Academic All-MACJCJames Graves Football Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Flathau Football Academic All-MACJC

Larry Sisson Football Academic All-MACJC

Alex Feazelle Football Academic All-MACJC

Noah Ahlers Golf Academic All-MACJC

Phillip Hickam Golf Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Schingle Golf Academic All-MACJC

Jesse Sunderman Golf Academic All-MACJC

Maryssa Everett Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Javier Hernandez Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

A'Darius Steele Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jordan Parron Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Erin Dawe Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jamie Dufault Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Moriah Minnis Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jennifer Walker Softball Academic All-MACJC

Brittany Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Reid Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Bryan Allen Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Chris Diep Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Sam Blackburn Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Skyler Flowers Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Paulina Estrada Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Kendra Soley Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Hannah Wegner Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


c spire Football News

42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
ICC Leads Nation With 60 NJCAA Academic Awards
Thirteen Athletes Earn NJCAA Academic Honors
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
JCJC Honors Student-athletes With Spring Banquets
Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
PRCC Names Jeff Long As New Athletic Director
East Mississippi Community College Looking For New “Leo The Lion” Mascot For Upcoming Academic Year
Three East Central Community College Coaches Named MAC ‘Coach Of The Year’
ICC Running Back Flips To Auburn
Seven-on-Seven, Big Man Camps Return To NEMCC For Second Year
First Week Of Jets OTAs In The Books For Tarow Barney
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
TSN Ranks MGCCC Sixth In Country
Quondarius Qualls Named A Super Sophomore By Sporting News
East Central Community College Warriors Release 2016 Football Schedule
Long, Winding Road Leads Metcalf To PRCC Football Staff
Northwest Ranked 3rd In Sporting News Preseason Football Poll
JCJC Offers Several Summer Sports Camps
100 Days To Kickoff: MGCCC Releases 2016 Schedule
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College had 42 student-athletes named Academic All-MACJC, including 13 who earned the Distinguished distinction for having GPAs for 3.80 or better.

Distinguished Academic All-MACJC members include: Peyton Owen (men’s basketball), Tyler Allen (football), George Kawell (golf), Arnel Dujkovic (men’s soccer), Gio Freitas (men’s soccer), Bree Bonner (women’s soccer), Abigail Smith (women’s soccer, women’s tennis), Kristen Gardner (softball), Tabitha Johnson (softball), Deborah Elmore (softball), Brennan O’Keefe (men’s tennis), Karah Younger (women’s tennis) and Katie Robinson (women’s tennis).

Academic All-MACJC honors go to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.25-3.79. Gulf Coast winners include: Destin Aime (baseball), Chris Crosby (baseball), Slater McCarty (baseball), Courtney White (women’s basketball), James Graves (football), Tyler Flathau (football), Larry Sisson (football), Alex Feazelle (football), Noah Ahlers (golf), Phillip Hickam (golf), Tyler Schingle (golf), Jesse Sunderman (golf), Maryssa Everett (women’s soccer), Javier Hernandez (men’s soccer), A'Darius Steele (men’s soccer), Jordan Parron (men’s soccer), Erin Dawe (women’s soccer), Jamie Dufault (women’s soccer), Moriah Minnis (women’s soccer), Jennifer Walker (softball), Brittany Cooley (softball), Reid Cooley (softball), Bryan Allen (men’s tennis), Chris Diep (tennis), Sam Blackburn (men’s tennis), Skyler Flowers (men’s tennis), Paulina Estrada (women’s tennis), Kendra Soley (women’s tennis) and Hannah Wegner (women’s tennis).

All honorees must have completed 45 credit hours of coursework in their college careers.

Name Sport Award Type

Peyton Owen Men’s Basketball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Allen Football Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

George Kawell Golf Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Arnel Dujkovic Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Gio Freitas Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Bree Bonner Women’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Abigail Smith Women’s Soccer, Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Kristen Gardner Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tabitha Johnson Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC Deborah Elmore Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Brennan O'Keefe Men’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Karah Younger Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Katie Robinson Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC Destin Aime Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Chris Crosby Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Slater McCarty Baseball Academic All-MACJC Courtney White Women’s Basketball Academic All-MACJC James Graves Football Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Flathau Football Academic All-MACJC

Larry Sisson Football Academic All-MACJC

Alex Feazelle Football Academic All-MACJC

Noah Ahlers Golf Academic All-MACJC

Phillip Hickam Golf Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Schingle Golf Academic All-MACJC

Jesse Sunderman Golf Academic All-MACJC

Maryssa Everett Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Javier Hernandez Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

A'Darius Steele Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jordan Parron Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Erin Dawe Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jamie Dufault Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Moriah Minnis Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jennifer Walker Softball Academic All-MACJC

Brittany Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Reid Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Bryan Allen Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Chris Diep Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Sam Blackburn Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Skyler Flowers Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Paulina Estrada Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Kendra Soley Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Hannah Wegner Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


c spire Golf News

42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Local Golfers Compete In Annual Tournament That Benefits Tigers
Tull Earns All-State Honors For Second Consecutive Season
Co-Lin Golf Earns Academic All-State Team
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
Bank Of Franklin Wins 23rd Annual Wesson Foundation Golf Classic
Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
MCC Golf Completes Top Ten Finish
MCC Golfers Nominated For Jack Nicklaus Award
Foundation Golf Tournament Hole In One
9th Annual Sim Cooley Memorial Golf Tourney Set For June 4
Gulf Coast Finishes Fourth At National Championship
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
MGCCC Rebounds At NJCAA Tournament
Bulldogs Slip To Fourth After Second Round
2016 ICC Football Golf Tournament At Big Oaks
No. 2 Gulf Coast Aims To Be No. 1
2016 ICC Football Golf Tournament At Big Oaks
Tigers Return To Hillandale For Annual Benefit Golf Tournament
MGCCC's Grant Motter Signs With Mississippi State
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College had 42 student-athletes named Academic All-MACJC, including 13 who earned the Distinguished distinction for having GPAs for 3.80 or better.

Distinguished Academic All-MACJC members include: Peyton Owen (men’s basketball), Tyler Allen (football), George Kawell (golf), Arnel Dujkovic (men’s soccer), Gio Freitas (men’s soccer), Bree Bonner (women’s soccer), Abigail Smith (women’s soccer, women’s tennis), Kristen Gardner (softball), Tabitha Johnson (softball), Deborah Elmore (softball), Brennan O’Keefe (men’s tennis), Karah Younger (women’s tennis) and Katie Robinson (women’s tennis).

Academic All-MACJC honors go to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.25-3.79. Gulf Coast winners include: Destin Aime (baseball), Chris Crosby (baseball), Slater McCarty (baseball), Courtney White (women’s basketball), James Graves (football), Tyler Flathau (football), Larry Sisson (football), Alex Feazelle (football), Noah Ahlers (golf), Phillip Hickam (golf), Tyler Schingle (golf), Jesse Sunderman (golf), Maryssa Everett (women’s soccer), Javier Hernandez (men’s soccer), A'Darius Steele (men’s soccer), Jordan Parron (men’s soccer), Erin Dawe (women’s soccer), Jamie Dufault (women’s soccer), Moriah Minnis (women’s soccer), Jennifer Walker (softball), Brittany Cooley (softball), Reid Cooley (softball), Bryan Allen (men’s tennis), Chris Diep (tennis), Sam Blackburn (men’s tennis), Skyler Flowers (men’s tennis), Paulina Estrada (women’s tennis), Kendra Soley (women’s tennis) and Hannah Wegner (women’s tennis).

All honorees must have completed 45 credit hours of coursework in their college careers.

Name Sport Award Type

Peyton Owen Men’s Basketball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Allen Football Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

George Kawell Golf Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Arnel Dujkovic Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Gio Freitas Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Bree Bonner Women’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Abigail Smith Women’s Soccer, Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Kristen Gardner Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tabitha Johnson Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDeborah Elmore Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Brennan O'Keefe Men’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Karah Younger Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Katie Robinson Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDestin Aime Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Chris Crosby Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Slater McCarty Baseball Academic All-MACJCCourtney White Women’s Basketball Academic All-MACJCJames Graves Football Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Flathau Football Academic All-MACJC

Larry Sisson Football Academic All-MACJC

Alex Feazelle Football Academic All-MACJC

Noah Ahlers Golf Academic All-MACJC

Phillip Hickam Golf Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Schingle Golf Academic All-MACJC

Jesse Sunderman Golf Academic All-MACJC

Maryssa Everett Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Javier Hernandez Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

A'Darius Steele Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jordan Parron Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Erin Dawe Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jamie Dufault Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Moriah Minnis Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jennifer Walker Softball Academic All-MACJC

Brittany Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Reid Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Bryan Allen Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Chris Diep Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Sam Blackburn Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Skyler Flowers Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Paulina Estrada Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Kendra Soley Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Hannah Wegner Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


c spire Rodeo News

ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
EMCC’s Marcus Theriot Claims All-Around And Tie-down Roping National Titles; Lions Place Fifth Nationally As A Team
PRCC Set To Field Rodeo Team This Fall
East Mississippi Trio Set For Participation In Week-long College National Finals Rodeo In Wyoming
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
EMCC To Be Represented For Sixth Consecutive Year At College National Finals Rodeo In Wyoming
East Mississippi Finishes Fourth In Men’s Team Rodeo Competition At Northwest Mississippi
Marcus Theriot’s Fourth All-around Regional Title Leads EMCC To Third-place Team Finish At UT Martin
Katelyn Nicholson Leads East Mississippi Women To Rodeo Team Title At Arkansas-Monticello
East Mississippi Men Finish Third While Hosting NIRA Ozark Region Rodeo In West Point
East Mississippi To Host Collegiate Rodeo This Week At The Ranch In West Point
East Mississippi Men’s Rodeo Team Stands 18th Nationally After First-place Finish At Southern Arkansas Event
All-Around Cowboy Marcus Theriot Leads EMCC To Runner-up Finish At West Alabama Rodeo Showdown
East Mississippi Enjoys Team And Individual Rodeo Success During Season-opening Event In Missouri
FIVE STANDOUTS COMPRISE EIGHTH NORTHEAST SPORTS HALL OF FAME CLASS
ICC Announces 2015 Athletic Hall Of Fame Inductees
Holmes Has 16 Players Receive NJCAA Academic Awards
Twenty-Seven Rangers Named MACJC Academic All-State
Bull Rider Winston Cheek Paces East Mississippi To 25th-place Team Finish At College National Finals Rodeo In Wyoming
East Mississippi Trio Set For Participation In College National Finals Rodeo In Casper, Wyo.
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
Release Date: 6/20/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College will host its final day of the 2016 High School Boys Basketball Summer League on Thursday, June 23 with games starting at noon in the Davis Event Center and the Fitness Center gym.

Davis Event Center Schedule

12:00 p.m. - Tupelo vs New Albany

1:00 p.m. – Bruce vs Ingomar

2:00 p.m. – New Albany vs West Point

3:00 p.m. – Tupelo vs Ingomar

4:00 p.m. – Mooreville vs Bruce

5:00 p.m. – Mantachie vs Shannon

6:00 p.m. – Pontotoc vs Hamilton (AL)

7:00 p.m. – Saltillo vs Shannon

8:00 p.m. – Pontotoc vs Baldwyn

Fitness Center Schedule

12:00 p.m. – Mooreville vs West Point

1:00 p.m. – Tupelo JV vs New Albany JV

2:00 p.m. – West Point JV vs Tupelo JV

3:00 p.m. – Pontotoc JV vs New Albany JV

4:00 p.m. – West Point JV vs Hamilton (AL) JV

5:00 p.m. – Baldwyn vs Saltillo

6:00 p.m. – Hamilton (AL) JV vs Baldwyn JV

7:00 p.m. – Pontotoc JV vs Baldwyn JV

8:00 p.m. – Hamilton (AL) vs Mantachie

Free admission. Concession will be available throughout the day.

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


c spire Men's Soccer News

42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
ICC Leads Nation With 60 NJCAA Academic Awards
Thirteen Athletes Earn NJCAA Academic Honors
Thirteen Athletes Earn NJCAA Academic Honors
JCJC Honors Student-athletes With Spring Banquets
Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
PRCC Names Jeff Long As New Athletic Director
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
JCJC Offers Several Summer Sports Camps
Hinds CC Men’s Soccer Releases 2016 Slate
MGCCC Has 5 Soccer Players Sign With 4-year Schools
JCJC Hosts Boys Team Soccer Camp
2016 Southwest Soccer Schedule Set
PRCC Makes Another ‘best’ List For Community Colleges
Cara Harrison And Bryden Reed Win Hinds CC Eagle Awards
Lashlee, Malli Sign To Play Soccer At Belhaven
PRCC Football, Soccer Schedules Released
PRCC Soccer Sets Dates For Wildcat Team Academy Soccer Camps
PRCC Soccer Teams Welcome Signing Class Of 2016
Hinds CC Soccer Camp Set For June 13-17
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College had 42 student-athletes named Academic All-MACJC, including 13 who earned the Distinguished distinction for having GPAs for 3.80 or better.

Distinguished Academic All-MACJC members include: Peyton Owen (men’s basketball), Tyler Allen (football), George Kawell (golf), Arnel Dujkovic (men’s soccer), Gio Freitas (men’s soccer), Bree Bonner (women’s soccer), Abigail Smith (women’s soccer, women’s tennis), Kristen Gardner (softball), Tabitha Johnson (softball), Deborah Elmore (softball), Brennan O’Keefe (men’s tennis), Karah Younger (women’s tennis) and Katie Robinson (women’s tennis).

Academic All-MACJC honors go to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.25-3.79. Gulf Coast winners include: Destin Aime (baseball), Chris Crosby (baseball), Slater McCarty (baseball), Courtney White (women’s basketball), James Graves (football), Tyler Flathau (football), Larry Sisson (football), Alex Feazelle (football), Noah Ahlers (golf), Phillip Hickam (golf), Tyler Schingle (golf), Jesse Sunderman (golf), Maryssa Everett (women’s soccer), Javier Hernandez (men’s soccer), A'Darius Steele (men’s soccer), Jordan Parron (men’s soccer), Erin Dawe (women’s soccer), Jamie Dufault (women’s soccer), Moriah Minnis (women’s soccer), Jennifer Walker (softball), Brittany Cooley (softball), Reid Cooley (softball), Bryan Allen (men’s tennis), Chris Diep (tennis), Sam Blackburn (men’s tennis), Skyler Flowers (men’s tennis), Paulina Estrada (women’s tennis), Kendra Soley (women’s tennis) and Hannah Wegner (women’s tennis).

All honorees must have completed 45 credit hours of coursework in their college careers.

Name Sport Award Type

Peyton Owen Men’s Basketball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Allen Football Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

George Kawell Golf Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Arnel Dujkovic Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Gio Freitas Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Bree Bonner Women’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Abigail Smith Women’s Soccer, Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Kristen Gardner Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tabitha Johnson Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDeborah Elmore Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Brennan O'Keefe Men’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Karah Younger Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Katie Robinson Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDestin Aime Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Chris Crosby Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Slater McCarty Baseball Academic All-MACJCCourtney White Women’s Basketball Academic All-MACJCJames Graves Football Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Flathau Football Academic All-MACJC

Larry Sisson Football Academic All-MACJC

Alex Feazelle Football Academic All-MACJC

Noah Ahlers Golf Academic All-MACJC

Phillip Hickam Golf Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Schingle Golf Academic All-MACJC

Jesse Sunderman Golf Academic All-MACJC

Maryssa Everett Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Javier Hernandez Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

A'Darius Steele Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jordan Parron Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Erin Dawe Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jamie Dufault Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Moriah Minnis Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jennifer Walker Softball Academic All-MACJC

Brittany Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Reid Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Bryan Allen Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Chris Diep Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Sam Blackburn Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Skyler Flowers Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Paulina Estrada Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Kendra Soley Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Hannah Wegner Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


c spire Women's Soccer News

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Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
PRCC Names Jeff Long As New Athletic Director
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
JCJC Offers Several Summer Sports Camps
ICC’s Stukenborg Continues Career At Belhaven
Hinds CC Women’s Soccer To Host ID Camp On July 15
Convertino Returns As Head Women’s Soccer Coach As Part Of Bulldog Soccer Staff Restructuring
JCJC Hosts Girls Team Soccer Camps
Betty Casey Named Head Coach For Southwest Women’s Soccer
2016 Southwest Soccer Schedule Set
PRCC Makes Another ‘best’ List For Community Colleges
ICC's Hester Receives Prestigious MTEP Scholarship
Lady Wildcat Soccer Honored At Awards Ceremony
Kayla Boutwell Signs With Freed-Hardeman
PRCC Football, Soccer Schedules Released
PRCC Soccer Sets Dates For Wildcat Team Academy Soccer Camps
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College had 42 student-athletes named Academic All-MACJC, including 13 who earned the Distinguished distinction for having GPAs for 3.80 or better.

Distinguished Academic All-MACJC members include: Peyton Owen (men’s basketball), Tyler Allen (football), George Kawell (golf), Arnel Dujkovic (men’s soccer), Gio Freitas (men’s soccer), Bree Bonner (women’s soccer), Abigail Smith (women’s soccer, women’s tennis), Kristen Gardner (softball), Tabitha Johnson (softball), Deborah Elmore (softball), Brennan O’Keefe (men’s tennis), Karah Younger (women’s tennis) and Katie Robinson (women’s tennis).

Academic All-MACJC honors go to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.25-3.79. Gulf Coast winners include: Destin Aime (baseball), Chris Crosby (baseball), Slater McCarty (baseball), Courtney White (women’s basketball), James Graves (football), Tyler Flathau (football), Larry Sisson (football), Alex Feazelle (football), Noah Ahlers (golf), Phillip Hickam (golf), Tyler Schingle (golf), Jesse Sunderman (golf), Maryssa Everett (women’s soccer), Javier Hernandez (men’s soccer), A'Darius Steele (men’s soccer), Jordan Parron (men’s soccer), Erin Dawe (women’s soccer), Jamie Dufault (women’s soccer), Moriah Minnis (women’s soccer), Jennifer Walker (softball), Brittany Cooley (softball), Reid Cooley (softball), Bryan Allen (men’s tennis), Chris Diep (tennis), Sam Blackburn (men’s tennis), Skyler Flowers (men’s tennis), Paulina Estrada (women’s tennis), Kendra Soley (women’s tennis) and Hannah Wegner (women’s tennis).

All honorees must have completed 45 credit hours of coursework in their college careers.

Name Sport Award Type

Peyton Owen Men’s Basketball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Allen Football Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

George Kawell Golf Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Arnel Dujkovic Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Gio Freitas Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Bree Bonner Women’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Abigail Smith Women’s Soccer, Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Kristen Gardner Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tabitha Johnson Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDeborah Elmore Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Brennan O'Keefe Men’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Karah Younger Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Katie Robinson Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDestin Aime Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Chris Crosby Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Slater McCarty Baseball Academic All-MACJCCourtney White Women’s Basketball Academic All-MACJCJames Graves Football Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Flathau Football Academic All-MACJC

Larry Sisson Football Academic All-MACJC

Alex Feazelle Football Academic All-MACJC

Noah Ahlers Golf Academic All-MACJC

Phillip Hickam Golf Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Schingle Golf Academic All-MACJC

Jesse Sunderman Golf Academic All-MACJC

Maryssa Everett Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Javier Hernandez Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

A'Darius Steele Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jordan Parron Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Erin Dawe Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jamie Dufault Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Moriah Minnis Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jennifer Walker Softball Academic All-MACJC

Brittany Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Reid Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Bryan Allen Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Chris Diep Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Sam Blackburn Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Skyler Flowers Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Paulina Estrada Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Kendra Soley Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Hannah Wegner Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


c spire Softball News

42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
ICC Leads Nation With 60 NJCAA Academic Awards
Thirteen Athletes Earn NJCAA Academic Honors
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
JCJC Honors Student-athletes With Spring Banquets
Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
PRCC Names Jeff Long As New Athletic Director
JCJC Coaches Named NFCA DII National Coaching Staff Of The Year
ICC’s Brown And Hollenhead Named NFCA All-Americans
MCC Softball Star Named To MACJC All-State Team
East Mississippi Community College Looking For New “Leo The Lion” Mascot For Upcoming Academic Year
East Mississippi Softball All-staters Marissa Landrum And Emily Patrick Commit To Four-year Schools
PRCC SUMMER CAMP CALENDAR
Carie Dever Boaz Named Head Softball Coach At UWA
JCJC Holds Bobcat Kids’ Softball Camp
Northeast Welcomes Local Schools For Second Annual Summer League
Schedule For Week 2 Of ICC Basketball Summer League
Twelve Rangers Named NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes
JCJC’s Watts, Hayes Receive All-American Honors
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College had 42 student-athletes named Academic All-MACJC, including 13 who earned the Distinguished distinction for having GPAs for 3.80 or better.

Distinguished Academic All-MACJC members include: Peyton Owen (men’s basketball), Tyler Allen (football), George Kawell (golf), Arnel Dujkovic (men’s soccer), Gio Freitas (men’s soccer), Bree Bonner (women’s soccer), Abigail Smith (women’s soccer, women’s tennis), Kristen Gardner (softball), Tabitha Johnson (softball), Deborah Elmore (softball), Brennan O’Keefe (men’s tennis), Karah Younger (women’s tennis) and Katie Robinson (women’s tennis).

Academic All-MACJC honors go to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.25-3.79. Gulf Coast winners include: Destin Aime (baseball), Chris Crosby (baseball), Slater McCarty (baseball), Courtney White (women’s basketball), James Graves (football), Tyler Flathau (football), Larry Sisson (football), Alex Feazelle (football), Noah Ahlers (golf), Phillip Hickam (golf), Tyler Schingle (golf), Jesse Sunderman (golf), Maryssa Everett (women’s soccer), Javier Hernandez (men’s soccer), A'Darius Steele (men’s soccer), Jordan Parron (men’s soccer), Erin Dawe (women’s soccer), Jamie Dufault (women’s soccer), Moriah Minnis (women’s soccer), Jennifer Walker (softball), Brittany Cooley (softball), Reid Cooley (softball), Bryan Allen (men’s tennis), Chris Diep (tennis), Sam Blackburn (men’s tennis), Skyler Flowers (men’s tennis), Paulina Estrada (women’s tennis), Kendra Soley (women’s tennis) and Hannah Wegner (women’s tennis).

All honorees must have completed 45 credit hours of coursework in their college careers.

Name Sport Award Type

Peyton Owen Men’s Basketball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Allen Football Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

George Kawell Golf Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Arnel Dujkovic Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Gio Freitas Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Bree Bonner Women’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Abigail Smith Women’s Soccer, Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Kristen Gardner Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tabitha Johnson Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDeborah Elmore Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Brennan O'Keefe Men’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Karah Younger Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Katie Robinson Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDestin Aime Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Chris Crosby Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Slater McCarty Baseball Academic All-MACJCCourtney White Women’s Basketball Academic All-MACJCJames Graves Football Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Flathau Football Academic All-MACJC

Larry Sisson Football Academic All-MACJC

Alex Feazelle Football Academic All-MACJC

Noah Ahlers Golf Academic All-MACJC

Phillip Hickam Golf Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Schingle Golf Academic All-MACJC

Jesse Sunderman Golf Academic All-MACJC

Maryssa Everett Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Javier Hernandez Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

A'Darius Steele Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jordan Parron Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Erin Dawe Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jamie Dufault Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Moriah Minnis Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jennifer Walker Softball Academic All-MACJC

Brittany Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Reid Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Bryan Allen Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Chris Diep Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Sam Blackburn Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Skyler Flowers Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Paulina Estrada Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Kendra Soley Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Hannah Wegner Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


c spire Tennis News

42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Thirteen Athletes Earn NJCAA Academic Honors
Easley Retires As JCJC Tennis Coach
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
JCJC Honors Student-athletes With Spring Banquets
ICC’s Women Tennis Team Earns Top MACJC Academic Honor
Five ICC Athletic Programs Earn MACJC Academic Team Of The Year
ICC’s Barnes Signs With Blue Mountain College
Co-Lin Tennis Schedules Summer Camp
MGCCC’s Blackburn Signs With Troy
MGCCC Leads Mississippi At Nationals
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Metz Named New Tennis Coach At ICC
MGCCC Finishes 16th At National Tournament
MGCCC Rained Out At Tennis Nationals
No. 16 MGCCC Wins 8 Of 9 Matches At Tennis Nationals
Season Ends For Bobcat Tennis Team
MGCCC's O'Keefe, Tippen Win Match At Nationals
JCJC’s Leal Advances In National Tennis Tournament
Diep Wins First-round Match At National Tourney
42 Gulf Coast Student-athletes Make Academic All-MACJC
Release Date: 6/24/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College had 42 student-athletes named Academic All-MACJC, including 13 who earned the Distinguished distinction for having GPAs for 3.80 or better.

Distinguished Academic All-MACJC members include: Peyton Owen (men’s basketball), Tyler Allen (football), George Kawell (golf), Arnel Dujkovic (men’s soccer), Gio Freitas (men’s soccer), Bree Bonner (women’s soccer), Abigail Smith (women’s soccer, women’s tennis), Kristen Gardner (softball), Tabitha Johnson (softball), Deborah Elmore (softball), Brennan O’Keefe (men’s tennis), Karah Younger (women’s tennis) and Katie Robinson (women’s tennis).

Academic All-MACJC honors go to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.25-3.79. Gulf Coast winners include: Destin Aime (baseball), Chris Crosby (baseball), Slater McCarty (baseball), Courtney White (women’s basketball), James Graves (football), Tyler Flathau (football), Larry Sisson (football), Alex Feazelle (football), Noah Ahlers (golf), Phillip Hickam (golf), Tyler Schingle (golf), Jesse Sunderman (golf), Maryssa Everett (women’s soccer), Javier Hernandez (men’s soccer), A'Darius Steele (men’s soccer), Jordan Parron (men’s soccer), Erin Dawe (women’s soccer), Jamie Dufault (women’s soccer), Moriah Minnis (women’s soccer), Jennifer Walker (softball), Brittany Cooley (softball), Reid Cooley (softball), Bryan Allen (men’s tennis), Chris Diep (tennis), Sam Blackburn (men’s tennis), Skyler Flowers (men’s tennis), Paulina Estrada (women’s tennis), Kendra Soley (women’s tennis) and Hannah Wegner (women’s tennis).

All honorees must have completed 45 credit hours of coursework in their college careers.

Name Sport Award Type

Peyton Owen Men’s Basketball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Allen Football Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

George Kawell Golf Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Arnel Dujkovic Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Gio Freitas Men’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Bree Bonner Women’s Soccer Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Abigail Smith Women’s Soccer, Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Kristen Gardner Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Tabitha Johnson Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDeborah Elmore Softball Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Brennan O'Keefe Men’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Karah Younger Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJC

Katie Robinson Women’s Tennis Distinguished Academic All-MACJCDestin Aime Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Chris Crosby Baseball Academic All-MACJC

Slater McCarty Baseball Academic All-MACJCCourtney White Women’s Basketball Academic All-MACJCJames Graves Football Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Flathau Football Academic All-MACJC

Larry Sisson Football Academic All-MACJC

Alex Feazelle Football Academic All-MACJC

Noah Ahlers Golf Academic All-MACJC

Phillip Hickam Golf Academic All-MACJC

Tyler Schingle Golf Academic All-MACJC

Jesse Sunderman Golf Academic All-MACJC

Maryssa Everett Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Javier Hernandez Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

A'Darius Steele Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jordan Parron Men’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Erin Dawe Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jamie Dufault Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Moriah Minnis Women’s Soccer Academic All-MACJC

Jennifer Walker Softball Academic All-MACJC

Brittany Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Reid Cooley Softball Academic All-MACJC

Bryan Allen Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Chris Diep Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Sam Blackburn Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Skyler Flowers Men’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Paulina Estrada Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Kendra Soley Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

Hannah Wegner Women’s Tennis Academic All-MACJC

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


c spire Track News

ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
Matthew Gibson Of Hinds CC Track And Field Signs With Mississippi College
49 Student-athletes Inducted Into ICC PTK In 2015-16
Willie Calvin Of Hinds CC Track Named National Assistant Coach Of The Year
Ja'Darrius Perryman Of Hinds CC Track And Field Inks With Jackson State
Hinds CC Men’s Track And Field Finishes 3rd, Women 13th At Nationals; Mosby Wins National Championship
Former Hinds CC Track Star Jeff Henderson Inducted Into NJCAA HOF
Hinds CC Track And Field Trio Earn Major Regional Honors
PRCC Makes Another ‘best’ List For Community Colleges
Hinds CC Track And Field Advances In Rankings
CCC Track Wraps Season In Starkville
Hinds CC Track And Field Has Stellar Outing At Jace LaCoste Invitational
Hinds CC Track And Field Remains Solid In Weekly Rankings
Keitavious Walter Of Hinds CC Men’s Track Named USTFCCCA National Athlete Of The Week
Hinds CC Track And Field Competes In LSU Alumni Gold
The Fortius Project Coming To ICC On April 30
Hinds CC Track And Field Remains In Weekly Rankings
High Marks Abound For Hinds CC Track And Field At USM Invitational
Craig Rock Of Hinds CC Track And Field Signs With UL-Lafayette
Hinds CC Track And Field Remains In Weekly Rankings
ICC To Host Final Day Of Summer League Play
Release Date: 6/20/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College will host its final day of the 2016 High School Boys Basketball Summer League on Thursday, June 23 with games starting at noon in the Davis Event Center and the Fitness Center gym.

Davis Event Center Schedule

12:00 p.m. - Tupelo vs New Albany

1:00 p.m. – Bruce vs Ingomar

2:00 p.m. – New Albany vs West Point

3:00 p.m. – Tupelo vs Ingomar

4:00 p.m. – Mooreville vs Bruce

5:00 p.m. – Mantachie vs Shannon

6:00 p.m. – Pontotoc vs Hamilton (AL)

7:00 p.m. – Saltillo vs Shannon

8:00 p.m. – Pontotoc vs Baldwyn

Fitness Center Schedule

12:00 p.m. – Mooreville vs West Point

1:00 p.m. – Tupelo JV vs New Albany JV

2:00 p.m. – West Point JV vs Tupelo JV

3:00 p.m. – Pontotoc JV vs New Albany JV

4:00 p.m. – West Point JV vs Hamilton (AL) JV

5:00 p.m. – Baldwyn vs Saltillo

6:00 p.m. – Hamilton (AL) JV vs Baldwyn JV

7:00 p.m. – Pontotoc JV vs Baldwyn JV

8:00 p.m. – Hamilton (AL) vs Mantachie

Free admission. Concession will be available throughout the day.

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