b'MGCCC teams are champions on and off the fieldMississippi Gulf Coastsport, finishing with a 3.40 Community Collegeto win Academic Team of athletic teams finished thethe Year for the second 2020-21 academic yearstraight year.with success in both theIn all, Gulf Coast saw 78 classroom and on the field. players receive NJCAATennis teams serve winning seasonThe mens soccer teamAcademic Student-Athlete won the South DivisionAwards, eight more thanIn his first season as head coach, Sam Blackburn, above title and finished 11-3,the previous year. Therecenter, led his mens tennis team to an undefeated season with Christian Inchimawere 20 players whoin MACCC play and cruised through the NJCAA Region chosen as a first-teamfinished with perfect 4.023 Tournament to claim two titles. The Bulldogs finished NJCAA All-American forGPAs, including four each16th in the national championship in Plano, Texas, with scoring 10 times. Inchimaon the baseball, mensSeth Macute, left, and Wesley Fontaine, right, winning the and Deon Travis, above,soccer and softball teams. backdraw championship in No. 1 doubles.were named UnitedAdditionally, three teamsThe womens tennis team finished 12th at the national Soccer Coaches Scholarwent on to place in NJCAAchampionship in Mesa, Ariz., the best among MACCC All-Americans.The soccerRegional play and twoschools. Tia Topps won the consolation final in No. 5 team also finished withplaced at nationals. singles, helping cap a season that saw the team finish the highest team GPAsrunners-up in conference and region play.in the MACCC for their Coach Snell retires with golf team finishing 12th in nationLegendary golf coach Tommy Snell, far left, announced his retirement, and the Bulldogs won their 12th region/district crown in the last 13 attempts. They finished 12th at the NJCAA Division II Mens Golf Championship, and Matt Wilkinson, fourth from left, won NJCAA All-American Honorable Mention 27 honors.'