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Add one final accolade to the list for Evelyn Akhator’s standout career at Chipola. Akhator was selected as the 2014-2015 FCSAA Female Athlete of the Year. “I just give all the glory to God,” Akhator said of the award. The 6-foot-3 forward from Lagos, Nigeria helped guide Chipola to their first. . . Read More
It's a clean sweep for the Chipola Lady Indians women's basketball sophomore class. All six players will officially sign with Division 1 schools on Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the Appreciation Room at the Milton H. Johnson Health Center. In addition to forward Evelyn Akhator (Kentucky), other Lady India. . . Read More
It didn’t take long for Tajanay Veiga to decide where she was going to continue her college basketball career after Midland College. The 5-foot-6 point guard from Boston took an official visit to Southern Miss late last week and liked it so much that she committed to the Lady Eagles. On Tuesday, . . . Read More
A third member of the Northeast Community College’s women’s basketball program has signed on with a Division I program. Ena Viso, the sophomore daughter of Hida and the late-Enver Viso from Copenhagen, Denmark, has accepted a scholarship offer from Coach Aaron Johnson and will continue her basket. . . Read More
Guard Tyshee Towner and forward Desiree Rhodes signed national letters of intent Friday at Wabash Valley College to play basketball at the NCAA Division I level. Towner and Rhodes, who were high school teammates in the Chicago suburb of Aurora, both came to WVC for two years and helped the Lady. . . Read More
Roxbury Community College women’s basketball coach Mark Lesczyk has been coaching at the junior college level for more than a decade. He’s helped players earn Division I scholarships, coached Academic All-Americans, and reached four national tournament finals with the Tigers. Through the Roxbury . . . Read More
No. 13 seed Wabash Valley used its defense to frustrate No. 20 seed Itawamba in a 70-51 first-round victory Monday at the NJCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament. The Lady Warriors (28-6), who limited the Lady Indians (23-5) to 28 percent shooting from the field, pulled away from a 35-all . . . Read More
It's supposed to be warmer than this. The almanac says the average low this time of year is 46 degrees, the high 67. Just a handful of days ago it was nearly 80. But on this night, Imani McGee-Stafford is wearing a pair of bright yellow gloves and the closest thing she has to a winter coat. It's b. . . Read More



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