2019 East Central Baseball News

  • Warriors Drop 2 Weekend Games in Ellisville
    February 18, 2019
    The East Central Community College baseball team fell to No. 16 ranked Southeastern Iowa and perennial MACJC power Jones College in action Saturday, Feb. 16, at Community Bank Park on the Jones campus in Ellisville.
  • Warriors Split Season-Opening Doubleheader at Nunez
    February 14, 2019
    The East Central Community College Warriors traveled south to Chalmette, La., to open the 2019 baseball season Wednesday, Feb. 13, and came home to Decatur with a doubleheader split with the NJCAA Division I Nunez Community College Pelicans.
  • Former Warrior Perkins Keynotes First Pitch Dinner
    February 10, 2019
    Ron Perkins of Louisville (second from right) was the keynote speaker at the 2019 East Central Community College Baseball First Pitch Dinner Feb. 10 in Mabry Cafeteria on campus.
  • Baseball Warriors Eye Postseason for 10th Straight Year
    February 08, 2019
    If the East Central Community College baseball team is to make its 10th straight appearance in the postseason, they will have to do so against what head coach Neal Holliman believes is the toughest non-conference schedule in Mississippi, and maybe in the nation.
  • Former Warrior Perkins to Headline First Pitch Dinner
    January 25, 2019
    Ron Perkins of Louisville, a former Diamond Warrior and captain of the 1998 state championship team, will be the featured speaker at the annual East Central Community College Baseball First Pitch Dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9. The event will be held in the Mabry Memorial Cafeteria on the Decatur campus.
  • ECCC Baseball MVP Showcase Moved to Monday, Jan. 21
    January 18, 2019
    The ECCC Baseball MVP Showcase scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 19, has been moved to Monday, Jan. 21, because of the potential for rain this weekend! Position players and pitchers will all check-in at 10 a.m. at Clark-Gay Baseball Complex on the campus in Decatur.
  • ECCC Baseball Warriors Sign With 4-Year Programs
    November 16, 2018
    Two East Central Community College baseball players signed national letters of intent Nov. 16 to continue their careers next year at four-year colleges and universities.