Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Choctaws Look To Push The Basketball This Season And Play With More Pace. By Corey Rholdon, Sports Editor

The Mississippi College men’s basketball team started their preseason practices last week. The team looks to take the next step this season and make it to the GSC tournament after coming up short last year. The Choctaws are looking to push the ball and play at a faster pace this season. Junior forward Brandon Boston believes that energy and pace

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Choctaws get ready for Homecoming vs. 3rd ranked West Georgia By, Mary Elizabeth Ballard

The screams of the crowded spectators, the thrumming beat of the drumline, the clatter of equipment colliding during a tackle, and the rush of adrenaline as you see the ball soar after kickoff: these sounds and sights let you know that we are in the thick of football season.         Homecoming is always a highly anticipated game every year on

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Defense and Leadership Has Led to the Lady Choctaws 5-1 Start! By Corey Rholdon, Sports Editor

The Mississippi College Lady Choctaws are currently ranked 22nd in the country, and have started out the season with a 5-1 record. A big reason for that is defense; MC started out GSC play with 3 straight road games and in those games, the opposing team has scored 0 goals. After waiting two years, goalkeeper Gabby Kayser has gotten an

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On the Verge of a Big Step Forward By Elliot Reeder,

After an up-and-down and injury-riddled start to the season, the Mississippi College Volleyball team feels they are on the verge of taking a big step forward. First year Head Coach Shawna Laurendine said, “I’m really looking forward to having everybody healthy, and seeing what we can actually do once we get everybody healthy, and have some depth in some positions,

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