The Coahoma Community College Softball Team played their final home doubleheader for the 2019 season against No. 10 Itawamba Community College. The Tigers gave everything they possessed internally, but the Indians took charge in a sweep (8-1, 21-1).
GOODMAN — The Coahoma Community College Baseball program has been facing ups and downs all season long. The Tigers were looking to get a big performance on the road against Holmes Community College.
On April 23, the Mississippi Community College Foundation hosted the thirteenth annual Mississippi Community and Junior College Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
One former athlete or coach from each community college was inducted into the class, and the full list is below.
The Coahoma Baseball squad started a three-team MACJC road trip against Northeast Mississippi Community College in "The Battle of the Tigers." They had a tough start and could not recover as Northeast swept the doubleheader with a pair of 11-1 victories.
Coahoma met some highs and lows in the 2018 football season. Head Coach Steven Miller is pressing forward to make a significant improvement in 2019. The Tigers hit the field for spring practice this week to in preparation for the upcoming football season this fall.
Coahoma Community College Softball and Baseball is in full swing. So far, both teams have been very competitive and making progress to become a successful program. Mekayla Hubbard and Brandon Herring showed outstanding performances recently. They have been selected as the Coahoma Community College 'Athletes of the Week.'
SCOOBA — Coahoma Community College and East Mississippi battled it out to get their first victory of the season. The Tigers had chances, but the East Mississippi Community College Lions took advantage of their mistakes and swept the doubleheader 11-0 and 15-6.
Coahoma Community College softball is making strides toward becoming a winning program in the MACJC Conference. Head Coach Erin Smith knows how tough the conference is but believes that Coahoma has the skills to outplay any team. The Lady Tigers are looking to improve in 2019 with a great deal of experience and promising future talent.
Coahoma Community College's Baseball has made a lot of progress in the last two seasons. The progress took flight in 2017 when the Tigers went 20-24, 8-18 MACJC. The players persevered in 2018, finishing 23-23, 11-17 MACJC, although falling one game short of making the MACJC playoffs.
Coahoma Community College head football coach Steven Miller and his coaching staff have made it their top priority to work harder and faster for a big bounce-back season in 2019. They journeyed up and down the nation to hunt down the best fit for their breakout team this fall.