NOVEMBER 20th GAME - NO SHAVE NOVEMBER; Cancer Awareness!
Mendocino College Women's Basketball host the Shasta College Knights, Wednesday November 20th at 5pm. The Mendocino College Health Awareness Department is partnering with the Women's Basketball program to promote "No Shave November;" as a Cancer awareness event with free health information, "Best Mustache" Contest, Free stick on mustaches, and more! The Lady Eagles will also host fun halftime games for the fans who can win basketball gear, Applebee's Gift Cards, and more! It will be a fun, educational evening with the main entertainment of the women's basketball game. Attend the game with great facial hair and get in for FREE!
MENDOCINO COLLEGE HOME OPENER
HONOR OF POLICE, EMS, & FIRE DEPARTMENTS
Mendocino College Women's basketball is gearing up for an exciting new season. The Lady Eagles have been training since August and will open this Saturday, November 16th at 5pm. The Eagles are excited to honor those who serve for the Police, EMS, Fire Departments of Mendocino County.Those who flash their badge or identification can enter the game free, $6 value. College of the Siskiyous is traveling down from Weed, California for the tip-off and first game of the season for both programs.
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MENDOCINO COLLEGE PRE-SEASON TEAM INTRODUCTION
| The Mendocino College Women's basketball program has their eyes set on a conference championship. The four returners, Cara Watts of Windsor (First Team All-Conference and Team Award Offense MVP), Yarely Contreras of Fall River (Team Award 6th Man), Michelle Chown of McKinleyville (Team Award Defense MVP & Coaches Award), and Jonesha Beasley of Lower Lake (Honorable Mention All Conference) will be joined by a strong force of incoming freshmen. The returners are coming into their sophomore year with much experience and contributing strength from their freshmen season. Sadly, shooter and returner, Jaylen Wilson was faced with a knee injury in late August needing surgery and use of her redshirt year. Luckily, she will return next season polished up and ready to go mentally and physically.
As for the incoming freshmen, there is an army of talent and strength. Elisa Vargas of Cardinal Newman is a Ukiah local and will add competitive poise on the court in the guard position. Shelby Paolino is coming from Analy High School where she led the squad to a Conference championship and adds heights, defensive smarts, and an inside presence for the Eagles. Kendra Newman from Santa Rosa High is coming in with smooth shooting and is a lucky lefty! Crystal Cervantes is a smart player and guard who will add poise and detail to the court. Another local star joining the squad will be Kaleigh Lincoln of Ukiah High School; a very deadly outside shooting threat. Mariah Escobedo from Willits high school is a hard working, contributor in all areas and will bring that Willits tenacity with her, while Kat Edmonds from Upper Lake brings a natural athleticism that will create problems for the other team on offense and defense.
Overall, the team is looking strong and will be a competitive, fun program to watch. The Lady Eagles represent local talent from our local communities with pride and the goal to make us all proud!
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Jody Steliga, Head Women's Basketball Coach
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Matt Gordon, Interim Athletic Director| Office (707) 468-3165 |
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Anna Daugherty, Administrative Assistant | Office (707) 468-3255|
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Naoto Horiiguchi, Athletic Trainer | (707) 468-3037 | email@example.com