East Mississippi Community College softball player Avery Bouchillon has been selected to the 2018-19 Google Cloud Academic All-America® College Division Women’s At-Large Team, as named by the College Sports Information Directors of America and announced Monday by the CoSIDA organization.
East Mississippi Community College freshmen Britney Bonney and Mackenzie Dolan have collected 2019 MACJC All-State softball honors, as chosen by the head softball coaches of the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges.
East Mississippi Community College closed out its 2019 softball season by dropping a pair of run-rule decisions, 17-2 and 15-2, to third-ranked Jones College during Friday’s MACJC conference action played at the EMCC Softball Field.
The East Mississippi Community College softball team put up an early fight against 10th-ranked Itawamba Community College but ultimately dropped 9-4 and 21-10 home decisions to the Lady Indians during Wednesday’s MACJC doubleheader action played at the EMCC Softball Field.
The East Mississippi Community College softball team battled rival Meridian down to the wire twice before dropping a pair of hard-luck decisions, 5-4 and 10-7 in eight innings, to the Lady Eagles during Wednesday’s MACJC conference action played at Tommy McDonald Field.
Three-run homers by freshmen Mackenzie Dolan and Madelyn Wilkes powered the East Mississippi Community College softball team to a 9-4 nightcap road win and a doubleheader split with Mississippi Delta during Monday’s MACJC action played at the Carl & Brenda Grubb Softball Complex. The home-standing Lady Trojans claimed a 5-4 walk-off victory in the opening game.
Freshman pitcher Britney Bonney scattered four hits and struck out eight during East Mississippi Community College’s 9-2 home win over Hinds during Saturday’s rain-shortened MACJC action played at the EMCC Softball Field. The nightcap was halted in the bottom of the third inning due to inclement weather with the visiting Lady Eagles leading 9-0.
Freshman Britney Bonney’s three-hit shutout in the opening game helped secure East Mississippi Community College’s home MACJC softball doubleheader split with Holmes Community College during Wednesday’s conference action played at the EMCC Softball Field. Following EMCC’s 6-0 victory in the opener, the visiting Lady Bulldogs salvaged the split with a 6-2 nightcap win.
Despite an impressive pitching effort by freshman Britney Bonney in the opener, the Lady Lions of East Mississippi Community College couldn’t produce any runs off Mississippi Gulf Coast pitching during Friday’s MACJC softball doubleheader played at Ross-Smith Field. The ninth-ranked Lady Bulldogs only allowed seven total hits in posting 1-0 and 8-0 shutout victories over EMCC.
The East Mississippi Community College softball team broke into the win column with a run-rule home doubleheader sweep over Coahoma Community College during Tuesday’s MACJC action played at the EMCC Softball Field. Following an 11-0 shutout victory in the opening game, the Lady Lions completed the conference sweep with a 15-6 nightcap triumph over the Lady Tigers.
The East Mississippi Community College softball team came out on the short end of 5-2 and 5-4 road decisions to Northwest Mississippi during Wednesday’s MACJC doubleheader action played at Ranger Field.
The East Mississippi Community College softball team opened MACJC conference play by battling 10th-ranked Copiah-Lincoln to the final out of Friday’s opening game before falling, 3-2 and 13-4, in doubleheader road action.
With persistent rain and wet field conditions having played havoc with their pre-conference softball slate, the Lady Lions of East Mississippi Community College are slated to begin the MACJC conference portion of their softball spring schedule by heading to Wesson to take on the Copiah-Lincoln Lady Wolves in a Friday (March 8) doubleheader set to begin at 1 p.m.