Former Benjamin Russell and current Central Alabama Community College golfer Dylan Moncus, seated center, officially signed his National Letter of Intent to play at Samford University next year.
When student-athletes elect to attend a two-year school before heading to the four-year college of their choice, it’s typically to try to get them to the next level. Many think an extra two years at a junior college could get eventually get them to the Division I level.
Coming off a national championship but also graduating quite a few players, the expectations for Central Alabama Community College’s men’s golf team were uncertain. But they’re starting to build rather quickly as the Trojans have won back-to-back tournaments to start the fall season.
It was a gutsy effort for both teams, but Reeltown’s volleyball team earned a five-set victory over B.B. Comer to start the season Monday night.
Central Alabama Community College golf coach Dave Jennings and his team were honored at Monday’s Alexander City City Council meeting by a proclamation recognizing their recent NJCAA Division I national championship.
Halfway through the NJCAA Division I Golf National Championships last week, Central Alabama Community College wasn’t doing so well. Although the Trojans had shot lights out with rounds of 6 under and 7 under the first two days, they were sitting in just fourth place and were trailing leader …
Three Central Alabama Community College women’s tennis players signed with four-year programs last week. Kristina LaBoone signed with Huntingdon College while Morgan Bishop and Olivia Hayes signed with the University of West Alabama.
The Central Alabama Community College softball team entered the 2019 ACCC tournament as the No. 3 seed in the north division and came away with three victories before being eliminated by the eventual champions Sunday. The Trojans got big performances from Madison Huston at the plate and Ambe…
Central Alabama Community College golf coach Dave Jennings has been a Hall of Famer for nearly a decade. In 2010, he was inducted into the NJCAA Golf Hall of Fame and in 2013, he earned a spot in the Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame.
After putting up six runs in the top of the first inning, Benjamin Russell’s softball team kept the pedal to the metal and dominated Dadeville, 13-3, on Friday to end both teams’ regular seasons. The Wildcats racked up 16 hits in the victory.
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With another pair of wins Saturday afternoon, Central Alabama Community College’s softball team went 4-0 at the FPU Classic in Dothan. On Saturday, the Trojans picked up a pair of dominating wins, defeating the Highlanders, 10-2, and Fayetteville Tech, 12-2.
After winning a Thursday afternoon clash with Coastal Alabama South, Central Alabama Community College’s luck ran out in a baseball doubleheader Friday afternoon. The Trojans lost, 10-4 and 11-4, on Friday at home.
Central Alabama Community College’s softball pitchers couldn’t be denied Wednesday afternoon in a sweep of Coastal Alabama East. The Trojans combined to allow just four hits in the pair of victories as they picked up a 4-0 defeat in Game 1 then followed it with a 9-1 win in the nightcap.
Benjamin Russell’s softball team got its first taste of action Saturday at its annual umpires clinic in Montgomery. The Wildcats took on three teams and came out of the day 2-1.
With a young roster in 2018, it turned out to be an up-and-down season for Central Alabama Community College’s baseball team. But the Trojans have matured since then and have a lot more sophomores on the roster, so they’re hoping to find more leadership and consistency this season.
Central Alabama Community College had a slew of student-athletes named to the Alabama Community College Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll for their performance in the classroom during the fall semester.
Checking off a lot of goals last season was something that was important to Central Alabama Community College’s softball team. And with its two top pitchers returning, the Trojans are confident they can do just that again this year.
Central Alabama Community College’s Caleb Schriener, left, and Drake Hamil, right, pose with Trojan coach Larry Thomas on Wednesday afternoon after signing their National Letters of Intent to play at Kentucky Wesleyan.
Anfernee Jennings, a Dadeville graduate, has been selected to the 2018 Southeastern Conference All-SEC team, as selected by media members in attendance at SEC Media Days this past week. Jennings, a linebacker, was among 13 University of Alabama players who earned spots, including seven first…
For the second year in a row, Central Alabama Community College will be represented amongst the best of the best in college bass fishing.
Central Alabama Community College’s athletic programs had some of their most successful seasons in recent memory with the golf, tennis and softball teams all making it to the national stage.
Benjamin Russell’s Bradley Stewart, seated center, signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Central Alabama Community College on Monday.
The Central Alabama Community College softball team delivered a pair of beat-downs Friday afternoon to the Louisburg Hurricanes, winning the opener 7-1 before rolling to a 15-0 victory in the second game.
Despite being up against a stacked Pleasant Home tournament schedule, Reeltown’s softball team proved its strength with a second-place finish. After falling in its first game — a narrow, 1-0 loss to Wicksburg on Friday night — Reeltown came storming back and won three straight before fallin…
For the second time in his coaching career, Dave Jennings is going international. Jennings, the Central Alabama Community College golf coach, has been named the head coach of the U.S. boys team of the Junior World Cup team.
After scoring three runs in the first inning, Reeltown’s softball team held off Dadeville for almost the entirety of Tuesday’s game, eventually capturing a 5-2 victory.
Benjamin Russell’s boys golf team had a fantastic performance winning the Sylacauga Invitational on Monday afternoon over 15 other teams. The Wildcats finished with a total score of 317. Following behind in second was Briarwood with a 321, and Sylacauga rounded out the top three with a 325.
Dadeville’s offense was on fire in a baseball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon, as it put up 12 runs in each game and took down Elmore County, 12-1 and 12-8.
Central Alabama Community College welcomed its newest tennis player as Hewitt-Trussville’s Sarah Rushing, seated center, signed her letter of intent to play with the Trojans last week.