DO YOU KNOW OF AN OUTSTANDING ECCC ALUMNUS OR FORMER ATHLETE? If you know East Central Community College alumni who would be good candidates for Alumni of the Year and Athletic Hall of Fame awards, which are presented each year during Homecoming festivities, please nominate them online at www.eccc.edu/homecoming- honoree-nomination-forms. For a printed copy of the nomination forms, please contact Maria McLeod at 601-635-6303 or e-mail mmcleod@eccc.edu. The deadline for submitting nomination forms each year is December 1. Nominations are good for five consecutive years. You are encouraged to submit additional information about nominees. Attach all additional information to the nomination form. Selection is based primarily on printed materials submitted.

The eight courts at the ECCC Tennis Complex on campus were recently named for various donors to the tennis program. Eight individuals and/or families who donated to the college’s Tennis Pa- vilion Fund Project were recognized in a ceremony April 29 by the unveiling of new court signs. The names of the eight courts now include: • Cheryl L. Comans Court, named for former ECCC women’s tennis player Cheryl Comans of Cleveland. • Brent and Bart Gregory Court, named for former ECCC tennis player Bart Gregory of Nanih Waiya and ECCC President Dr. Brent Gregory. • Raymond McMullan ECCC 1968-2000, named for former ECCC Director of Admissions, Records, and Research Raymond McMullan of Ridge- land. • Smith & Peoples Court, named for former Lady Warrior tennis players Hannah Peoples of Jackson and Macken’z Smith Bradford of Hatties- burg. Peoples and the then Smith teamed to win the Mississippi As- sociation of Community and Junior Colleges state and National Junior College Athletic Association Region 23 No. 2 Doubles Championships in 2015. • Brian and Stephanie Shaw Court, named for former ECCC tennis players Brian and Stephanie Shaw of Madison. • Wellerman Court, named for Bethany Wellerman Everett of Forest who won the 2018 MACJC state and NJCAA Region 23 No. 5 Singles Titles. • Bill and Becky Wheeler Court, named for former Warrior tennis player Bill Wheeler and his wife, Becky, of Gaffney, S.C. • Lucille Wood Court, named in memory of former ECCC instructor and coach Lucille Wood. The ECCC Tennis Complex, which was completed in 2017, includes eight lighted courts to serve the college’s men’s and women’s varsity tennis teams, as well as the campus and local communities. Those interested in donating to the college’s Tennis Pavilion Fund Project can contact Dr. Stacey Hollingsworth, executive director of the foundation, at sholling@eccc.edu or 601-635-6327, or donations can be made online at www.eccc.edu/foundation. In above photo, shown at the dedication of the newly named tennis courts at East Central Community College are (from left) Lois and Raymond McMullan, Bart Gregory and Brent Gregory, Hannah Peoples and Macken’z Smith Bradford, Cheryl Comans, and Bethany Wellerman Everett. Unveiled E ight T ennis C ourts N amed for D onors


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