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CORSICANA, TX – Navarro College is excited to announce the organization of the Bulldog Hall of Fame, honoring its former student-athletes, coaches, teams and supporters who have enriched the legacy of the institution through intercollegiate athletics. This takes a major step in celebrating and recognizing those who have exhibited exceptional ability and performance in their selected field of athletics and have represented Navarro College in an exemplary manner. Nominations for the inaugural Bulldog Hall of Fame class can be found at athletics.navarrocollege.edu and will be accepted through May 5, 2019. “We have a rich history with our Bulldog athletic programs, and this is a great opportunity for us to honor those individuals who have helped to build our tradition,” said Michael Landers, Athletic Director. The inaugural class will celebrate its induction at the Bulldog Hall of Fame Luncheon at the Cook Education Center on Saturday, September 28, 2019. Inductees will receive “Bulldog Red” blazers and plaques commemorating their induction. They will also be introduced and honored at halftime of Navarro’s football game at Tiger Stadium the same day. A special Hall of Fame room will be established at the Corsicana campus and all inductees’ names will be commemorated. To be considered for induction,...

COLORADO SPRINGS, Col. -- Navarro baseball and soccer programs, plus 14 individual athletes were honored Wednesday as the NJCAA released its 2017-18 Academic Teams Of The Year. Top academic teams with grade-point averages of 3.0 or higher are recognized annually. Individuals with GPAs of 3.60 or higher are selected as first-, second- or third-team all-academic. Coach Matt Podjenski's Bulldog baseball team, featuring nine individual honorees, compiled a 3.19 GPA and were among 77 programs cited.  NC baseball made the academic list for the fifth consecutive season and sixth in the last seven. Individual first-team honors went to 4.0 students Clayton Jones and Pepper Jones.  Five others -- Austin Gross, Beau Orlando, Johnny Panatex, Trey Becerra and Colin Wyman -- carried GPAs of 3.80-3.99 and were second-teamers.  Esteban Cardoza-Oquendo and Joseph Leal were third-team selections with GPAs of 3.60-3.79. Coach Alicia Wilson's Bulldog soccer team, highlighted by four top student-athletes, produced a 3.11 GPA and was among 56 programs honored. Navarro soccer earned team listing for the ninth time in the last 10 seasons. A pair of 4.0 students, Brooke Davis and Sarah Mendoza, claimed first-team soccer honors, with second-teamer Maitane Bravo and third-teamer Andrea Rabanales. Softball's Taylor Goulet earned second-team individual honors.    ...

A total of 16 Navarro College student-athletes from five sports were selected to the 2017-18 Region XIV All-Academic Team, Athletic Director Roark Montgomery announced Monday. All qualifying athletes had grade-point averages of 3.30 or above. Navarro baseball had six representatives on the squad and football had five.  Softball listed three qualifiers, while volleyball and soccer each had one. The entire group, with players listed alphabetically in each sport:  ...