Co-Lin football racked up the post-season accolades this week as 11 players were tabbed for MACJC All-State selections and the Wolves’ head coach Glenn Davis was named MACJC South Division Coach of the Year.
The No. 16 Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves closed out the 2018 season with a 31-7 loss to No. 1 East Mississippi Community College Lions. The Wolves finished the year 6-4 overall and 5-1 in the MACJC South Division. 2018 was Co-Lin’s first playoff berth in four years.
For the fourth time in the last eight years, the Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves will meet the East Mississippi Community College Lions in the MACJC Playoffs. Co-Lin has won two of the last three playoffs games against the Lions, and five of the last eight meetings, including regular season games.
The No. 17 Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves had to score 14 points in the fourth quarter to pull away from the Southwest Bears to earn their sixth win of the season. The 31-17 Homecoming victory lifted the Wolves to 6-3, 5-1 on the season.
The No. 17 Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves, coming off a tough, 28-23, loss to No. 7 Jones College are set to take on the Southwest Mississippi Community College Bears for Homecoming on Saturday, October 27 at 3 p.m. for Co-Lin’s final home game of the season.
The No. 15 Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves dropped an MACJC South Division matchup with the No. 7 Jones College Bobcats on Saturday, 28-23. The loss moves Co-Lin to 5-3 on the year and to 4-1 in division play, which locks the Wolves into a No. 2 spot in the MACJC playoffs.
The No. 15 Co-Lin Wolves are on the road this week as they take on the No. 7 Jones College Bobcats. The winner of the game will win the MACJC South Division and clinch the No. 1 playoff seed out of the south, securing a home game for the opening round of playoffs.
Jakaiszer Glass, a sophomore linebacker from Greenwood, Miss., had a breakout game last week as Co-Lin upset the then-ranked No. 14 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Bulldogs 38-13. Glass wrapped up 10 tackles on the night, one sack, and one and a half tackles for loss.
The 3-2, 2-0 Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves are on the road for the second straight week this Thursday as the team travels to Decatur to take on the East Central Community College Warriors who are also 3-2, 2-0.
Copiah-Lincoln Community College controlled the ballgame for nearly all 60 minutes Thursday night as the Wolves rolled past No. 14 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College on the road, 38-13, in rainy conditions.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves look to remain unbeaten in MACJC South Division play this Thursday as the Wolves travel to Perkinston to take on the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Bulldogs at 7 p.m.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves, coming off a huge 49-0 win over Pearl River Community College, play host to the No. 5 Northwest Community College Rangers this Thursday, September 20 at 7 p.m. for the first time since 2013.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves could not be stopped Thursday night as the team scored on six of their first seven offensive possessions. The Wolves racked up 419 total yards and 49 points against their South Division foe, Pearl River Community College.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves (1-1) host the Pearl River Community College Wildcats (0-2) for the 2018 home opener on Thursday, September 13 at 7 p.m. in Co-Lin’s Stone Stadium on the college’s Wesson campus.
Despite some travel woes, a minor accident on Interstate 55 on the way to the game, and over 100 yards in penalties, the Co-Lin Wolves escaped Booneville with a 21-7 victory over the Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves are on the road for the second week in a row as Co-Lin travels to Booneville on Thursday to take on the Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers for a week two matchup. Kickoff is slated for 6:30 in Tiger Stadium.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves fell to 0-1 to start the 2018 season as the Holmes Bulldogs hit a 40-yard field goal with just 34 seconds remaining in the contest to secure a 29-28 victory.
Co-Lin currently boasts over 35 players on four-year school's rosters at nearly every level of college football. Co-Lin also has six former Wolves on NFL rosters, practice squads, or injury reserves. Fans can find information and updates on each of these player's weekly performances here.
Reserved seating and season football tickets are now on sale for the 2018 Copiah-Lincoln football season. Tickets for four 2018 home football games, with reserved chair-back seats on the 50-yard line, and complimentary media guide are $100 each.