Wallace State’s women’s golf team wins 3rd straight ACCC championship

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. — Wallace State’s women’s golf team captured its third consecutive Alabama Community College Conference/Region 22 tournament championship this week, winning the event by an impressive 56 strokes at Point Mallard in Decatur. Sophomore Michaela Bryan finished individual runner-up for the Lady Lions with a 21-over par 165 (82-83). She was only one shot…

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Wallace State’s men’s tennis team wins 2nd ACCC title in 3 seasons; women’s tennis finishes ACCC runner-up

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. — Wallace State’s men’s tennis team is the Alabama Community College Conference champion for the second time in three seasons. The Lions swept through tournament action at Alexander City over the weekend, breezing to the title. Wallace State freshman Sebastian Arce earned the 2019 ACCC individual championship and the conference MVP, while Wallace…

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Three WSCC men’s golfers make All-Tournament team at ACCC Championship; tennis teams play conference tourney on Friday

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. — Wallace State’s 11th-ranked men’s golf team had three players earn a spot on the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC)/Region 22 All-Tournament team this week as the Lions finished third overall at GlenLakes Golf Club in Foley. Conner Bruce, Cody Maddox and Matt Smith each finished with a 1-over par 73 for Wallace…

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Demarkus Lampley is the third player in Wallace State men’s basketball history to earn NJCAA Division I 1st-team recognition.

Wallace State’s men’s basketball’s Demarkus Lampley named NJCAA Division I 1st-team All-American

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. — Demarkus Lampley carved out one of the most successful careers in Wallace State men’s basketball history and capped it Monday by being named a National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I 1st-team All-American. Lampley, a 6-foot-2 guard from Central High School in Phenix City, averaged 26.6 points and six rebounds per…

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Wallace State celebrating Community College Month in April with many campus events

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State Community College is excited to celebrate many events during National Community College Month in April! The mayors of Cullman, Hanceville and Oneonta are once again planning to join in the festivities by issuing proclamations recognizing Wallace State Community during Community College Month. This month Wallace State will introduce Rapid Enroll…

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WSCC Athletics: Men’s golf finishes tournament runner-up in Foley; softball, baseball and tennis updates

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. — Wallace State’s men’s golf finished tournament runner-up at the GlenLakes Invitational in Foley on Tuesday, marking the team’s third runner-up finish this season. Sophomore Conner Bruce made the All-Tournament team for Wallace State, carding a 4-over par 220 (71-73-76). It’s Bruce’s second time to earn All-Tournament recognition this spring after capturing low…

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WSCC Athletics: Men’s tennis wins 4th straight match; men’s golf finishes runner-up at Goose Pond; baseball wins series

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. — Wallace State’s 16th-ranked men’s tennis team has won four consecutive matches after notching a conference victory over Gadsden State last Friday and East Central Mississippi on Sunday. The Lions won both matches, 9-0, sweeping singles and doubles action. For Wallace State, No. 1 Sebastian Arce, No. 2 Ethan Aycock, No. 3 Nick…

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