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.
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.
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.
Will Ball (center), director of sports medicine at Rush Health Systems in Meridian, presents a check for $7,500 to East Central Community College President Dr. Billy Stewart (left) to support the college’s athletic programs through a donation to the Warrior Club.
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.
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.
The East Central Community College softball and baseball teams are hosting a 27-hole golf scramble tournament Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Decatur Country Club, with all proceeds going to support the two programs.
The 2018 baseball season came to an end for East Central Community College as the Warriors came up on the short end of a best-of-three National Junior College Athletic Association Region 23 playoff series May 10-11 at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
The East Central Community College Warriors will host the Itawamba Community College Indians in a National Junior College Athletic Association Region 23 baseball best-of-three playoff series May 10-11 at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex on the campus in Decatur.
The next stop for the East Central Community College baseball team is the region playoffs as the Warriors split a doubleheader with the Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers Saturday, May 5, at Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
The East Central Community College Warriors could not get the bats going against Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Wednesday, May 2, as the Bulldogs swept an MACJC doubleheader at Ken “Curly” Farris Field in Perkinston.
The No. 17 ranked East Central Community College baseball team bounced back from a pair of midweek losses with a couple of run-rule wins over the Elaine P. Nunez Community College Pelicans Saturday, April 28, at Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
No. 17 ranked East Central Community College held early leads in both games but could not keep them as the Meridian Community College Eagles swept an MACJC baseball doubleheader Tuesday, April 24, at Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
The No. 20 ranked East Central Community College Warriors finished up an undefeated week in MACJC league play with a road sweep over the Itawamba Community College Indians Saturday, April 21, at Roy Cresap Field on the ICC campus in Fulton.
The No. 20 ranked East Central Community College Warriors held on in a pair of games that saw 51 runs cross the plate to pick up an MACJC doubleheader sweep over the visiting Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves Wednesday, April 18, at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
The No. 20 ranked East Central Community College Warriors grabbed a 12-2 run-rule win in game one, but fell short in the quest for the sweep in game two of a doubleheader against the Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers Friday, April 13.
The No. 20 ranked East Central Community College Warriors had to overcome early leads by Hinds Community College in both games to earn an important road doubleheader sweep over the Eagles Tuesday, April 10, at Joe G. Moss Field Raymond.
The No. 16 East Central Community College Warriors snapped a three-game losing streak with an extra-inning win in game two and split a baseball doubleheader against the East Mississippi Community College Lions, Sunday, April 8, at Gerald Poole Field in Scooba.
It was a battle of Top 20 baseball teams at Clark-Gay Stadium in Decatur April 4, and the East Central Community College Warriors came up on the short end of a couple of heartbreaking losses to the Pearl River Community College Wildcats.
The No. 17 East Central Community College Warriors split a doubleheader with Mississippi Delta Community College on Saturday, March 31, dropping game one 6-5 before coming back to take the nightcap 9-3.
No. 17 East Central Community College Warriors scored eight early runs in the opener and held on for a 12-6 win before losing a heartbreaking 1-0 second game in a baseball doubleheader split with No. 9 Jones County Junior College, Tuesday, March 27, at Community Bank Park in Ellisville.