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Davidson County Community College Mascot, The
Storm, at a previous golf tournament.
golfers to annual
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Time to brush up on your backswing. Davidson
County Community College invites local golfers to join
the college for its 24th Annual DCCC Foundation Golf
Tournament. The tournament will be held at Colonial
Country Club in Thomasville on May 7 and will benefit
the student scholarships and programs funded by the foun
The tournament includes two rounds - a Captain's
Choice round at 8:30 a.m. and Modified, Best Two Balls
at 1:30 p.m. Team entries and sponsorships are currently
being accepted. Registration is available through May 4
by calling 336-224-4680 or online at
"We are grateful to the hundreds of golfers who come
out year after year in support of our students," said Larry
Link, longtime chair of the DCCC Foundation Golf
Committee. "What better way to spend a day than playing
golf while supporting the future of our community?"
Golfers will have the chance to win prizes and partic
ipate in additional contests, such as Hole-In-One, Closest
to the Pin, Longest Putt and Chipping. DCCC Therapeutic
Massage students will also offer free chair back massages
Organizers of the event note that registration and spon
sorships for the tournament support hundreds of DCCC
students who might not otherwise be able to pursue higher
education. The tournament's proceeds also help maximize
opportunities for all students through the many programs
and new initiatives that make DCCC an exceptional
resource for the community.
The day of golf supporting DCCC will be held at the
renovated, 18-hole Colonial Country Club golf course,
designed by Michael Gleason Golf Course Design of
Pinehurst. The course includes new "Champion" ultra
dwarf bermuda grass putting surfaces and a total bunker
renovation, which included changing the location, shape
and size of all bunkers. A new short game practice area
and the creation of three new holes also allowed for the
doubling of the practice range.
Founded in 1963, DCCC is noted for its quality educa
tional programs and services. As one of 58 institutions
within the North Carolina Community College System,
DCCC offers studies in more than 50 degree programs. A
fully accredited, multi-campus college, DCCC celebrated
its 50th anniversary in 2013 and is looking forward to
serving students in Davidson and Davie counties for many
years to come. The college is committed to developing
minds, inspiring imaginations and preparing students for
enhanced career and educational opportunities within a
changing global environment.
Visit Davidson County Community College at david
sonccc.edu for more information.
WSSU falls just
short in hard-fought
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CHARLOTTE - The Winston-Salem State Lady
Rams (7-8) gave all they had and made it exciting, but the
team just could not pull off the upset when they took a 5
3 loss to the Johnson C. Smith Golden Bulls at the 2015
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA)
Women's Tennis Championship Tournament.
After falling behind early in doubles play, the Lady
Rams made a valiant stand in singles play, but came up
just short in the tough loss.
Things got tough early for the Lady Rams when the
team managed just one doubles win to start the match. The
sophomore tandem of Gabrielle Lindsay and Deja Stewart
combined for an 8-4 win at #1 doubles, but the Lady Rams
fell at #2 and #3 doubles 8-4 and 8-3 respectively.
Trailing, 1-2 in doubles play, the Lady Rams were able
to tie the match 3-3 when freshman Aja Grant took a 6-0,
6-1 win at #4 singles, followed by senior Devan
Corpening's 6-1,6-1 win at #1 singles.
However, JCSU ran off back-to-back wins at #6 and
#2 singles to seal the win and ended the Lady Rams' sea
With the loss, the Lady Rams fall to 7-8 overall.
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