Category Archives: Sports

MC Athletes Celebrated at Choctaw Sports Night / Caroline Hunt

The Mississippi College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted a special dinner and presentation for the Choctaw athletic community on Tuesday, April 5th in Anderson Hall. “Most Likely To” accolades and humorous “bests” were awarded to different teams on campus, including categories like “Best Shoe Game” and “Most Likely to be Found in the Caf.”  The event was unlike previous sports

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Historic Year For Lady Choctaws Was Led by New Faces / Jace Aymond

Photo: Ally Alford (left), KB Bradley (center), and Taylor Ben (right), smile after defeating Delta State at home. Their 15-13 record was the most wins since returning to Division II in 2014. Choctaw Athletics Almost every collegiate team, no matter the sport, is led by their seniors and upperclassmen while the new freshmen take their first year to adjust to how

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Miles Miller finds an important role in reunion with former coach / Charles Williams

Caption: Miles Miller (1) drives past an Alabama-Huntsville defender en route to scoring a bucket. The Choctaws defeated the Chargers, the now #7 team in the South region, 73-70. Choctaw Athletics Randy Bolden has high praise for sophomore guard Miles Miller. In his first year as head basketball coach, Bolden has relied upon a handful of players that he had previously

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Choctaw Baseball Finds its Groove Amid Fielding Position Changes / Caroline Hunt

Cooper Gadman No. 18 gingerly walked onto the mound at Frierson Field mid-sixth inning on a Tuesday night game when the Choctaws faced William Carey in a baseball matchup. With bases loaded, Gadman took the reins from Clark Presley, who had been the third pitcher subbed for the Choctaws that night.  Stuck between a rock-and-a-hard-place, with the Choctaws leading only

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MC Athletic Directors Attend Landmark NCAA Convention / Charles Williams

The past months have been some of the most eventful in NCAA history, as multiple big changes have changed the landscape of college sports across all levels. Due to these changes, the NCAA deemed it necessary to make changes to its constitution to keep up. On Jan. 20, the new constitution was passed, instituting changes that would affect every athletic

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Jenna Ergle: From BC to MC / Jace Aymond

Photo: Avery Barnett (#16) is encouraged by Jenna Ergle (#33, center), Jordan LaFosse (#6), and Brooke Fagan (#9, right) during their game against Lincoln Memorial in Huntsville, Alabama. For athletic programs in the Gulf South Conference, and across the entire Division II landscape, transfer athletes are invaluable because of their matured mindset and previous collegiate playing experience, no matter what

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Choctaw Track and Field Rewrite Record Books in 2022 Indoor Season / Caroline Hunt

Photo: The men’s distance medley relay team poses for a first-place picture after their race at the 2022 South Carolina Invitational; from the left: Gabe Hodson, Cole Benoit, Hunter Kurz, and Jake Russell. They finished the race with a time of 9:47.93. (Photo by Brock Kelly) Mississippi College’s track and field team traveled to Columbia, SC at the end of

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