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Baseball Program Schedules July 16 Tryout


WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College Baseball will hold its final tryout of the summer for unsigned high school seniors at Minges-Overton Baseball Park on July 16.

Players must show proof of having completed a recent physical. No player will be permitted to participate in the tryout without it.

The pro-style workout will begin at 11 a.m. for position players and include the following: running 60s, infield-outfield from positions and batting practice. Pitchers will throw in the bullpens starting at 1 p.m.

Players should bring all essential equipment (i.e, bat, cleats, glove and turf shoes) to the tryout. Catchers must bring their own equipment.

Those planning on attending the tryout should e-mail PCC baseball coach Tommy Eason at teason@email.pittcc.edu.

Bulldogs Take 3 of 4 from USC-Lancaster



Brett Williams at PCC (left) and at N.C. State (right).

Brett Williams Still Soaring on the Bases


Former Pitt Community College Bulldog Brett Williams made the most of his return trip to Greenville last night with the N.C. State Wolfpack.

Williams, a member of the 2010 PCC baseball team that reached the NJCAA World Series, finished 2-for-4 from the plate with three runs batted in and a run scored to propel the Pack to a 6-1 victory over East Carolina. Both of Williams' hits were doubles.

Herring Earns Academic Excellence Award


Blake HerringWINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College has selected Blake Herring, a member of the college’s student ambassador program and intercollegiate baseball team, as its recipient of the N.C. Community College System Academic Excellence Award.

Herring, a second-year university transfer student from Kinston, will receive his award when PCC recognizes 50 of its best and brightest students on March 22 in the Craig F. Goess Student Center.

Along with staff from the college’s Institutional Advancement Division, instructor Jeff Ramey nominated Herring for the award, which is presented annually to a top student from each of the state’s 58 community colleges in recognition of outstanding achievement in the classroom and volunteerism.

“Blake is a wonderful person and student,” Ramey said. “He is a shining example of the best of the PCC student body. He is so well-rounded in how he spends his time and life. He invests in others as a servant and maintains a very high level of academic excellence in all of his pursuits.”

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