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Coyote News

  • Lady Coyotes wrap up a Successful Season +

    Bob McKinley doesn’t like to take much time off during a basketball season, and the longer a season can last Read More
  • Coyotes narrowly miss Playoffs +

     For a second straight season, a few points separated the Weatherford College Coyotes from a berth in the NJCAA Region Read More
  • WC Baseball splits with Hill +

    The Weatherford College baseball team split with Hill College at Roger Williams Ballpark Saturday, losing the first game and winning Read More
  • WC Softball splits with No. 5 Temple +

    Weatherford College split with Temple College, the 5th-ranked team in NJCAA Division I softball, Saturday in Temple. Temple won the Read More
  • Lady Coyotes’ Season ends in Regional Semifinals +

    New Mexico Junior College defeated Weatherford College 81-78 in the semifinals of the Region V Women’s Basketball Tournament Friday night Read More
  • Sato brings Baseball Background to Coyote Softball Team +

    Only a sophomore in college, Kalina Sato has had to make some big adjustments a few times in her young Read More
  • Lady Coyotes win Regional Opener +

    The Weatherford College women’s basketball team advanced out of the first round of the Region V Tournament, beating Frank Phillips Read More
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All-Academic Team members announced

Eleven Weatherford College athletes were recently named to the 2016-17 North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference All-Academic Team.

WC recipients of this honor are: Baseball – Garrett Hale, Nicholas Evarts, Ryan Van Leeuwen, Dillon Meadows, Reagan MacDonald and Lachlan Mayo; Women’s Basketball – Madi Mayfield; Men’s Basketball – Antanas Krimelis and Rokas Mazionis; Softball – Aspen Grimes and Morgan Rackel.

Students must have completed three semesters of college work with a minimum of 36 hours of courses that lead to a degree, hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher and have participated in at least one season of their sport to qualify for the NTJCAC All-Academic team.