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PRCC to host NJCAA Tournament soccer action this weekend

POPLARVILLE – This will be a busy weekend of soccer action coming up as Pearl River Community College will host early-round action in the NJCAA National Tournament.
Picayune Memorial High School will be the site of the women’s District H championship game between the Lady Wildcats and undefeated, No. 1-ranked Eastern Florida State, and the men’s South Region Tournament, featuring PRCC and three other teams.
The tournaments were moved to Picayune, which has a turf field at its stadium, in advance of a forecast for rain in the area this weekend.

PRCC to host NJCAA Tournament soccer action this weekend

POPLARVILLE – This will be a busy weekend of soccer action coming up as Pearl River Community College will host early-round action in the NJCAA National Tournament.
Picayune Memorial High School will be the site of the women’s District H championship game between the Lady Wildcats and undefeated, No. 1-ranked Eastern Florida State, and the men’s South Region Tournament, featuring PRCC and three other teams.
The tournaments were moved to Picayune, which has a turf field at its stadium, in advance of a forecast for rain in the area this weekend.

Pearl River soccer teams repeat as MACJC state champions

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College refused to let difficult conditions stand in the way of another pair of soccer championships.
PRCC took two decisions in the championship games of the MACJC State Tournament, hosted by Hinds Community College, as both teams repeated as state champs.
The Lady Wildcats overcame heavy rain that turned the field at Tom Shepherd Field on the HCC campus at Raymond into a quagmire, defeating Jones County 3-1 in the women’s championship game

Pearl River soccer teams repeat as MACJC state champions

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College refused to let difficult conditions stand in the way of another pair of soccer championships.
PRCC took two decisions in the championship games of the MACJC State Tournament, hosted by Hinds Community College, as both teams repeated as state champs.
The Lady Wildcats overcame heavy rain that turned the field at Tom Shepherd Field on the HCC campus at Raymond into a quagmire, defeating Jones County 3-1 in the women’s championship game

Pearl River soccer teams advance to MACJC State Tournament finals

RAYMOND – The Pearl River Community College soccer teams took radically different roads, but ultimately they got to the same destination Friday in the semifinals of the MACJC State Tournament at Tom Shepherd Field on the Hinds Community College campus.

The Lady Wildcats needed double overtime to take a dramatic 2-1 victory over East Central in their semifinal game, while the Wildcats cruised to a 5-1 triumph over Northwest Mississippi in their semifinal game.

Pearl River soccer teams advance to MACJC State Tournament finals

RAYMOND – The Pearl River Community College soccer teams took radically different roads, but ultimately they got to the same destination Friday in the semifinals of the MACJC State Tournament at Tom Shepherd Field on the Hinds Community College campus.

The Lady Wildcats needed double overtime to take a dramatic 2-1 victory over East Central in their semifinal game, while the Wildcats cruised to a 5-1 triumph over Northwest Mississippi in their semifinal game.

PRCC soccer teams set to play in MACJC State Tournament semifinals Friday at Hinds

POPLARVILLE – The Pearl River Community College soccer teams will be back in action after a 10-day break on Friday in the MACJC State Tournament.
Tom Shepherd Field on the Hinds Community College campus at Raymond will be the site for all tournament games. The tournament was originally scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, but was moved up a day because of concerns about potential bad weather Saturday afternoon. The semifinals will be played Friday, with the championship games on Saturday.

PRCC soccer teams set to play in MACJC State Tournament semifinals Friday at Hinds

POPLARVILLE – The Pearl River Community College soccer teams will be back in action after a 10-day break on Friday in the MACJC State Tournament.
Tom Shepherd Field on the Hinds Community College campus at Raymond will be the site for all tournament games. The tournament was originally scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, but was moved up a day because of concerns about potential bad weather Saturday afternoon. The semifinals will be played Friday, with the championship games on Saturday.

Pearl River’s Gustafson named MACJC Player of the Week

POPLARVILLE – For the second week in a row, a member of the Pearl River Lady Wildcats soccer team has been named Offensive Player of the Week in the MACJC.
Sophomore midfielder Delaney Gustafson was named Women’s Offensive Player of the Week in voting this week by conference sports information departments.
Gustafson had four shots, including two on goal, and scored the game-winning goal just 20 seconds into the second overtime period to give PRCC a dramatic 2-1 victory over Jones County. The win clinched the South Division championship for the Lady Wildcats.

Pearl River soccer stars named MACJC Players of the Week

POPLARVILLE – A pair of Pearl River Community College soccer standouts have been honored by the Mississippi Association of Community/Junior Colleges as Men’s and Women’s Offensive Player of the Week.
Sophomore forward Lyndsey Lee was named Women’s Offensive Player of the Week and sophomore forward Chance Bourdene was recognized as Men’s Offensive Player of the Week.

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