Lady Wildcat softball squad named All-Academic team for 2010 season by NJCAA

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POPLARVILLE – The 2010 MACJC state champion Pearl River Community College Lady Wildcat softball squad has been named an All-Academic team by the NJCAA for the first time in school history. Eight-year head coach Leigh White said a combined grade-point average of at least 3.00 is required to achieve the distinguished status. PRCC boasted a team GPA of 3.17. “We’ve always emphasized the classroom,” said White, who guided the Lady Wildcats to their first-ever state title this past spring. “And I”m just as proud of this accomplishment, as I was of our winning the championship. “I couldn”t be prouder of our girls. “Eight other MACJC schools earned All-Academic status in at least one sport. East Central led the way with an astounding five sports copping the honor, including No. 1 academic rankings in women”s tennis (3.69 GPA), men”s tennis (3.39), and softball (3.69). ECCC was also All-Academic in baseball (3.06) and golf (3.09).Here is a listing (by sport) of the remaining MACJC teams to be honored: BASEBALL: Hinds (3.12), East Mississippi (3.12), Copiah-Lincoln (3.02).BASKETBALL (Women”s): Northwest Mississippi (3.25), East Mississippi (3.13).SOFTBALL: East Mississippi (3.47), Hinds (3.22), Northwest Mississippi (3.22), Southwest Mississippi (3.17), Mississippi Gulf Coast (3.03).TENNIS (Men”s): Copiah-Lincoln (3.19).TENNIS (Women”s): Copiah-Lincoln (3.60), Itawamba (3.12), Jones County (3.12).