ECCC Women’s Tennis Opens Season With 8-1 Defeat of Snead State

February 18, 2018

The East Central Community College women’s tennis team opened its 2018 spring season with an impressive 8-1 win over visiting Snead State Community College (Boaz, Ala.) Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Tennis Complex in Decatur.

“It was a strong start for our women’s team,” said ECCC head coach Jay Pacelli. “We persevered in a couple of tight doubles matches and are now looking forward to facing Co-Lin next week.”

ECCC Warrior Tennis Drops Season-Opening Match to No. 14 Marion Military

February 17, 2018

The East Central Community College men’s tennis team finally got its spring 2018 season underway Friday, Feb. 16, after several weather postponements. The No. 14 nationally ranked Marion Military Institute Tigers visited Decatur and left with an 8-1 win.

“We had our chances,” said ECCC Coach Jay Pacelli. “Willie Wooten and Landon Gibson had great efforts at No. 2 and No. 5 singles, but came up short. We also will be looking to improve at doubles for our MACJC matches ahead.”

ECCC Men’s Tennis Tops No. 18 Marion Military

April 9, 2017

ECCC Men’s Tennis Tops No. 18 Marion Military

After a week of competition against nationally ranked opponents, the No. 17 East Central Community College men’s tennis team picked up a win over visiting No. 18 Marion Military Institute Saturday, April 8, at the Tennis Complex on the Decatur campus.

After losses to No. 19 Co-Lin and No. 18 Mississippi Gulf Coast earlier in the week, the Warriors knocked off Marion 6-3.

The East Central women fell to No. 14 Marion Military women 9-0.

Tennis Teams Drop Matches to Nationally Ranked Copiah-Lincoln

April 6, 2017

The East Central Community College men’s and women’s tennis teams started a three match journey against ranked opponents by dropping close matches to the No. 19 ranked Copiah-Lincoln Community College men and the No. 25 ranked Co-Lin women.

The matches were played Wednesday, April 5, at the ECCC Tennis Complex in Decatur.

The No. 17 ECCC men lost 6-3 and fell to 10-5 on the season. The East Central women lost 5-4 and are now 7-8 on the year.

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