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Hopes are high for Co-Lin soccer in 2016

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August 22, 2016

WESSON – After struggling late in games in 2015, the Wolves did not reach their full potential. Head Coach Junior Noel thinks this problem will cease to exist in 2016 as the roster is deep with talent. The Wolves have several sophomores returning to the squad as well as many transfers to bolster team experience. Mediateur Batevya, of Dodoma, Tanzania, returns to the pitch at the midfield position to provide leadership on both sides of the ball. Jorge Fuentes, of Mobile, AL, also returns for his sophomore season at midfield. The duo is expected to utilize experiences gained in the 2015 season to be a solid facet in the center of the field. Dalton Holliday, of Pascagoula, MS, a multi-positional player, and Alex Boykin, of Magee, MS, a solid defender, also return for the Wolves in 2016.

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Lady Wolves look to bounce back on the pitch

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August 22, 2016

WESSON – The 2015 season for the Lady Wolf Soccer team proved difficult as the team struggled to find rhythm in games. However, 2016 brings not only new players to the club, but also a new attitude. Head Coach Junior Noel enters his second season at the helm of the program and has high hopes for the squad. “I hope to compete for a playoff spot this season,” said Noel. “The MACJC is a tough league, so this is big goal, but with this team I feel it is achievable.”

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No. 7 Wolves fast and deep in 2016

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August 22, 2016

WESSON - Coming off an exciting season that had seven victories at mid-season and a NJCAA No. 1 ranking, it seems difficult to duplicate that success in 2016 for the Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolfpack. However, Co-Lin head coach Glenn Davis and his staff has hopes to surpass last year’s success. With speed, power, and raw talent throughout the roster, the Wolves have their eyes set on big goals this season. With prominent overtime wins against East Mississippi and Mississippi Gulf Coast in 2015, Co-Lin proved to be a powerhouse program in the always-dominant MACJC. With a final ranking of No. 4 in the nation in 2015, expectations from around the country are high for the Wolves. The Co-Lin coaches have taken these expectations head on, and have built and refined a squad that will contend with anyone on the gridiron in 2016.

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