The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves finished the 2018 regular season with a split against the Trojans of Mississippi Delta Community College last weekend. The 6-5 loss and 11-1 victory in the nightcap gave the Wolves a 20-21 overall record and moved Co-Lin to 9-19 in MACJC play.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves dropped a pair of MACJC contests on Saturday to the Indians of Itawamba Community College, 12-2, 9-5. The losses move the Wolves to 19-18 on the season and 8-16 in MACJC play while ICC improves to 28-12 and 14-10.
Co-Lin’s CJ Estave, a sophomore catcher from Franklinton, La., earned MACJC Player of the Week honors after a dominating week at the plate for the Wolves. This is Estave’s first time to receive the honor this year.
The Co-Lin Wolves saw the ball well last weekend as the team racked up 23 hits in two wins over Holmes Community College. The 11-6 and 13-5 victories move the Wolves to 18-15 on the year, 7-13 in MACJC play, and keep the Wolves in playoff contention.
The bats were hot for both Co-Lin and the No. 20 Warriors Wednesday as the teams combined for 51 runs on 37 hits, but the Wolves found themselves on the losing end of the twin bill. Co-Lin dropped game one, a back-and-forth high scoring game, 15-14, and lost game two 15-7.
The Wolves of Copiah-Lincoln were unable to overcome the Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers on Friday as the team swept a pair of MACJC games. The losses move the Wolves to 14-9 on the season and 3-7 in MACJC play.
The bats were hot for the Wolves on Tuesday night as Co-Lin racked up 19 hits in the 8-5 and 14-4 victories. The wins allowed the Wolves reclaim “The Bat,” the trophy that goes home with the victor of the Coca-Cola Challenge.
The Co-Lin Wolves dropped a pair of MACJC games to No. 18 Mississippi Gulf Coast on Wednesday, 13-5 and 6-5. The tough losses move the Wolves, who received votes in the NJCAA national poll last week, to 11-6 on the season and to 0-4 in division play.
The Wolves of Copiah-Lincoln Community College plated 11 runs on 12 hits on Saturday, but it the Eagles prevailed as Meridian plated two in the bottom of the tenth for a walk-off victory. The loss moved the Wolves to 11-3 on the year, and 0-1 in MACJC play.
The Wolves fell to Meridian by just one in game two after the Eagles scored on a walk with the bases loaded. The 8-7 loss in game two moved the Wolves to 11-4 on the season and 0-2 in division play. Despite the loss, the Wolves scored six runs on eight hits while only committing one error in the field.
The Wolves of Copiah-Lincoln Community College picked up their fifth win in a row on Wednesday with an 8-6 victory over the Marshalltown Community College Tigers out of Marshalltown, Iowa. The victory moves the Wolves to 11-2 on the season.
Jaylyn Williams, a sophomore from Greenville, Miss., posted incredible numbers at the plate last week as the Wolves defeated Southwest Community College in the opening game of the Coca-Cola Challenge, 13-11, and swept Highland Community College, 6-1, 12-2.
The Wolves of Copiah-Lincoln Community College improved to 9-2 Saturday with a 6-1 win over the Highland Community College Cougars in game one of a 7/7 doubleheader. Co-Lin scored the six runs on just four hits.
Due to potential weather and travel accommodations, Co-Lin baseball's home opener against Panola College was postponed until Monday, February 19. The Wolves will now host a three team round-robin on Monday.
After a breakout 2017 season that saw 20 wins and the team’s first playoff birth since 2005, the Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves look to return to the diamond in 2018 with the same intensity. Co-Lin’s roster is chock full of sophomore talent that is eager to make another run in the MACJC.