Simunovic and Joseph Fletcher earned indi- vidual bids for finish- ing runners up at No. 1 doubles for their 11-6 record throughout the season. Simunovic also got the

Bryce Denley earned bids to play in the NJCAA DII Gulf District Championship as individuals at the Kirkwood National Golf Club

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Mississippi Gulf Coast, Meridian, Copiah- Lincoln, Northeast Mississippi, and Pearl River competed in the event as teams, while

nod on the singles court after finishing the year 13-5, which was second-best in the MACCC. Along with solid team play throughout the 2022 season, the Warriors had a pair of players named ITA x Universal Tennis Player of the Week in the men’s JUCO division in Kaleb Parish and Orren Ladner. Football The Warrior football team will be the first team to report to campus in the summer as the team arrives in July for summer classes and training before the 2022 season kicks off with men’s and women’s soccer action in the early weeks of August. Football is slated for a September 1, 2022, start date.

Maskew and Denley joined players from Itawamba and East Mississippi competing as individuals. Individuals were selected based on their scoring averages for the season. Maskew finished the event with a two-day total of 162 for a 19th place overall finish while Denley finished 26th with a 174. Women’s Tennis The ECCC Lady Warrior tennis team had a rebuilding year after posting back-to-back trips to the NJCAA DI National Tournament. The team wrapped up the year with a 7-14 overall record and were 6-12 in MACCC play.

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The Lady Warriors’ biggest win of the season came against a non-MACCC opponent

as the team defeated the Belhaven Blazers in Jackson, 8-1. Men’s Tennis For the third season in a row, the East Central Community College War- rior tennis team earned an at-large bid to the NJCAA DI Men’s National Tournament. The nod came after the Warriors finished the year 13-11 overall and 9-9 in MACCC play. Along with the at-large bid, ECCC’s Dominik



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