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Defying the Odds: Jeremy Massie (A Feature Story)

Jun 25, 2014 • by Kevin Maloney • NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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The ultimate storybook ending for Sardis native Jeremy Massie culminated in Omaha, Neb., on June 21 on college baseball's biggest stage. Massie ended his Ole Miss career with a shutout inning in a postponed game against No. 3 Virginia, who came back a day later to end a magical season for More

Carie Dever Boaz Joins Northwest Softball Staff

Dec 18, 2013 • by Kevin Maloney • NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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SENATOBIA  – Carie Dever Boaz has been hired as Northwest's new assistant softball coach and brings with her over 20 years of experience at the collegiate level as both a player and coach, two years at the professional level and over seven years at the high s More

Four-Star DT Tarow Barney Signs NLI with Penn State

Dec 18, 2013 • by Kevin Maloney • NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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SENATOBIA  – Northwest Mississippi Community College sophomore defensive tackle Tarow Barney made it official on Wednesday morning with Penn State, signing his national letter of intent to play for Bill O'Brien and the Nittany Lions next season. "There was a gre More

Matt Ferguson Gives Commitment to Memphis

Nov 1, 2013 • by Kevin Maloney • NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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MEMPHIS  – Rising sophomore  Matt Ferguson  won't have to worry about where he'll play baseball after Northwest, as the right-hand More

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EMCC reclaims No. 1 spot in NJCAA football poll

Nov 10, 2014 • WTVA
SCOOBA, Miss. (WTVA/EMCC Athletics) - On the heels of claiming their fourth MACJC State/NJCAA Region 23 football championship in six years, the reigning NJCAA National Champion Lions of East Mississippi Community College have placed a state-high ... More

EMCC back in top spot

Nov 11, 2014 • Meridian Star
SCOOBA — On the heels of claiming their fourth MACJC State/NJCAA Region 23 football championship in six years, East Mississippi Community College placed a state-high seven players on this year's NJCAA All-Region 23 Football Team. The team was ... More

JUCO lineman Hodges wants to visit Louisville

Nov 18, 2014 • InsideTheVille.com (subscription)
East Mississippi Community College offensive lineman Brandon Hodges will play for the national title in December and then is hoping to make some college visits. Cardinal Authority spoke with Hodges about his recruitment from the University of Louisville. More

Six ICC soccer players earn postseason honors

Nov 10, 2014 • WTVA
FULTON, Miss. (WTVA/ICC Athletics) - Six Itawamba Community College soccer players earned MACJC and NJCAA postseason honors when the league announced the awards on Monday. Anthony Fernandez (New Albany) was named NJCAA Region 23 ... More

Juco football: Postseason honors roll in for Mississippi Gulf Coast players

Nov 13, 2014 • Mississippi Press (blog)
Copiah-Lincoln wide receiver Donald Gray was voted the NJCAA Region 23 MVP as well as the MACJC South Division Offensive Back MVP, while Co-Lin's Glenn Davis earned MACJC South Division Coach of the Year honors. The other MACJC South ... More

Northeast's Ivy honored by MACJC

Nov 12, 2014 • WTVA
BOONEVILLE, Miss. (WTVA/NEMCC Athletics) - Aushiana Ivy has earned statewide recognition following an incredible start to her final campaign as a member of the tradition-rich Northeast Mississippi Community College women's basketball program. More

Hodges Ready For Something Different?

Nov 13, 2014 • OSUInsider.com (subscription)
"Yes sir, Oklahoma State is a great possibility for me because I am looking for something different," the first-team All-NJCAA Region 23 and All-Mississippi Athletic Conference lineman said. "I'm looking forward to seeing the facilities and meeting the ... More

Lady Wolves return plenty of experience

Oct 29, 2014 • Dailyleader
Coach Gwyn Young and the Lady Wolves did qualify for the NJCAA Region 23 tournament, where they defeated the No. 1 seed Jones Lady Bobcats, before being beaten by Baton Rouge in the semifinals. Co-Lin finished with a 17-8 record and preserved a ... More

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