MGCCC teams earn All-NJCAA Academic recognition
The Lady Bulldogs not only won their first MACJC South Division title in 2011 but also scored an NJCAA All-Academic Team worthy grade point average of 3.10. The men’s tennis squad’s team GPA is 3.47 while the ladies tennis team came in at 3.18.
Gulf Coast wide receiver Curt Amacker is one of the NJCAA’S 2010-11 Academic Student-Athlete Award honorees with his 3.8 GPA. Amacker, a Stone County native, transferred to West Alabama after a standout football career at Gulf Coast.
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