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ME AC Conference Announces its All
Conference Baseball and Softball Teams
I lk' MiJ-l astern Athletic Con
letence has announced its All-Con
lou'iKc baseball and sol thai I teams,
alun;: \Mth the players and rookies
o! the \eat as \oted b\ the league
head coaches and shirts information
directors Hie participants could not
\ote tor their own players in the all
conierenee category
? A 1 1 - M B AC basebal 1 -
? Adrian Price ot Coppin State,
u ho currently leads NCAA Div i
sion 1 plasers \sith a .4XN bat t i.n tz
average, was voted MBAC player. of
tie \eai The junior designated fffl~
ter lfWn Baltimore ranks second in
the MBAC in runs-batted-in in
4 1 eamesi. doubles^ 12) and fifth in
home runs i7>. ; f
Derrick Pavnc of Delaware
State was -tabbed MBAC rookie of
the \ear The first/third baseman
-from Alexandria. Va.. batted .422 in
2V) cames lor second-best in the
The. ALL -{M B AC I n 1 i eld :
include Herb Shuler of Bethune
Cookman ( Sr:'" Santee. S!C\). lrvin
Johnson of Coppin (Sr: Ruckerville.
I ? ' -
- i '
? \ a ). \\ rlton Person ol Florida
AiVM (Sr. St ark v .1 1 Ic. Miss.), and
kesjn Cordrev ol the Inversus ol
Mar v land 1. astern Shore (Jr:
Dagsboro. I )el. ).
the All -ML AC out lie Id:'
ihelude Randall Pannell ol Florida
?WM (Sr; Neu Orleans), hied Neal
tv B-CC (St: Barnwell: SC.). and"
Riek\ Farles ot Mars land Hastern
Shore iSr: Baltimore ).
Hie All-MEAC eateher: was
Rodriek Neal ot Bethune-Cookman
(Sr: Barnwell. SC. )
The designated hitler was Mike,
Sullivan ot Florida- A&M (Jr.
Tampa i. The pitcher was Shohn
Lewis ot Florida A&M (Jr;
New nan. Cia. ).
ALL-MFAC Softball Team
Psauntia Andrews, star pitcher
of FAML . was named the MFAC
player ot the sear afttfr leading the
Rattlerettes to the leaeue champi
, onship and w inning a conference
best 20 games. The senior from
Detroit also led the MEAC in strike
outs and earned run average.
Vickie Kelson ol Morgan State
was selected MEAC rookie ol the
>ear alter batting .365 in 29 games,
knocking in 25 runs, and stealing 22
ol 22 hasT's. She is an
mfielder/catcher from Lanham. Md.
The All-MEAC infield consist
ed of Latrece Blakelv of B-CC.(Sr;
Miami). Shanta Halback of North
Carolina A A: I (Fr: L.olumbia. S.L.).
Lreatha Copeland of FAMl. (Sr;
Bristol. Fla.). and Vonny Byrd of
I'MES (Fr; Del mar. Md).
The All-MEAC outfield had
Marigrace Mells of FAML' (Sr:
Sate 1 1 rte feeach. Fla.). Clarissa Carl
of NC A&T (Fr; Asheboro), and
Monica Roberts of B-CC (Jr;
Quincv. Fla.)
The All-MEAC catcher was
Mareelinu Smith of FAMl' (Sr:
?The designated hitter was
Robin Pet.tit of AJMES (So;
Onancock. Va.)\
The pitcher was FAMU's.
Andrews. ' w
Clarence Hosch , who played bus -
ketball Mount Tabor High School,
recently graduated from Clinton
Junior College in Rock Hill, S.C.
For two years, Hosch a 5-10
guard , led the conference in
assists and averaged 9.0 points per
game. Hosch was voted unani
mously to the NJCAA All-Region
Team and received the most valu
able player award. Hosch has
signed to attend Paine College in
Augusta , Ga.
Hosch lives with his grandmother,
Beverly Hosch , at 442 W. 24th St.
Goodwill ^
To Host a
Night of Fun
Saturday Industries of North
west Nortfi C arolina. in conjunction
uitli the \\ mston-Sajem .Spirits,
u 'M host "Goodwill Night at the
Park on Saturday, ah Ernie Shore
field. Individuals will receive one
tree- admission to the Spirits game
lor even two items donated. Addi
tional corporate sponsors are also
providing tree hat ling gloves to the
tirst 1 .000 children arriv ing.
.Goodwill Industries is a non
prot'n organization that, provides joh
training lor people with disabilities
i>r economic disadvantages. All
donations to Goodwill are used to
lynd rchahilitation and training pro
grams and are tax deductible.
Kick Off
I he Tn-City Track Club
kicked <>tt its 1 W4 track season bv
hosimg !L> own .lohnson/Reilv Invi
tationj; I r^wk and Field Meet held
on s K ? \ >11 With twenty returning
members and thirty-five newcom
ers the Tri-City Relays track team
dominated Greensboro and man)
independent runners. The Tri-City
tra^k club got outstanding perfor
mance Irom newcomers Shavon
Moore. Kim Howard. Natalie Cald
well. Makayla Dixon. Shawanda
Steele. Robert Weistz and Brandev
Iri-Citv Relays are still taking
applications tor its summer pro
gram Anyone interested should
come to the Carver High School
1 rack on Monday. W ednesdav or
Friday; between the hoursiof 6 p.m.
p.m. Ask for Coach Johnson.
The schedule for the Tri-Citv
Relays Track C lub is as follows:
Mav "28. NCVTC Meet in
Durham; June 4. NCYTC Meet in
Charlotte; June 11. Capital City
St riders Invitational in Charleston.
W V June 17- IX. Russell E. Blount
at L NC-Chapel Hill: June 25.
NC A A I. /ISA State Champi
? on ship ? Durlram J ul y ' 1 - 3, ~
N AG/TFA National Championship,
July 8-9 AAL/L'SA Regional III
Championships: July 22-24. East
Coast Invitational; August 1-6
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