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Former ASCC basketball player Orlando Coleman recently featured on ESPN's SportsCenter

Former ASCC basketball player Orlando Coleman was recently featured on ESPN's SportsCenter with the top play of the day. Click on the link and watch till the end.



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Charlie Wilson Named 2nd Team All-Conference

Charlie Wilson was voted to the 2nd Team All-Conference for the ACCC Region 22 South Conference. He is a 6’7, 225 pound forward from Pine Forest High School in Pensacola, Florida. He is a freshman at ASCC and will return for his sophomore season although he is garnering high interest from various four-year institutions.

Alabama Southern Men’s Basketball Head Coach, Trent Eager, says, “Charlie has been an amazing asset to our program as well as our institution. He has always been a hard worker on and off the court and this award doesn’t surprise me at all. I truly believe he was one of the best players in the state and could be the best player in the state returning.”

Wilson averaged 13.8 points, 8.6 rebounds and shot 50% FG this season as a freshman.


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Don Speake Signs With ASCC Eagles

Don Speake, a senior at Wing-Tallassee High School in Tallassee, Alabama, has signed a letter of intent with the ASCC Eagles. See article here.

Former ASCC Eagle, Orlando Coleman, Signs With Kennesaw State

Orlando Coleman, former combo guard/forward on the 2012-2013 ASCC Eagles Basketball Team, has signed a letter of intent with Kennesaw State. See article here.

ASCC Eagles Basketball Team Signs Three

Alabama Southern Community College Head Basketball Coach, Trent Eager, has signed three recruits from Monroe County High School for the 2013-2014 season: Niles Davis, Deveon Kimbrough and Anton Montgomery.

See article here

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