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5 Co-Lin basketball players sign scholarships

Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College forward Kelley Allen (seated right) recently signed with the Mississippi College Lady Choctaws of the Gulf South Conference. Allen started in all 28 games for the Lady Wolves. The sophomore from Brandon led the team in scoring with 14.6 points per game and in rebounds averaging 9.1 per game. She shot 50.5 percent from the floor and averaged 2.1 steals and 1.5 blocks per game. Allen was named Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges  (MACJC) First Team All-State and played in the MACJC All-Star Game. She was named MACJC Second Team All-State her freshman season. The Lady Wolves, coached by Gwyn Young and Nikki Williams, finished the 2015-2016 season with a 23-5 record and were the NJCAA Region 23 Runers-Up. Pictured with Allen are her mother, Donna (seated left), and her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dearman.

Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College forward Kelley Allen (seated right) recently signed with the Mississippi College Lady Choctaws of the Gulf South Conference. Allen started in all 28 games for the Lady Wolves. The sophomore from Brandon led the team in scoring with 14.6 points per game and in rebounds averaging 9.1 per game. She shot 50.5 percent from the floor and averaged 2.1 steals and 1.5 blocks per game. Allen was named Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) First Team All-State and played in the MACJC All-Star Game. She was named MACJC Second Team All-State her freshman season. The Lady Wolves, coached by Gwyn Young and Nikki Williams, finished the 2015-2016 season with a 23-5 record and were the NJCAA Region 23 Runers-Up. Pictured with Allen are her mother, Donna (seated left), and her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dearman.

Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College point guard Alexis Collins point guard (seated right) will continue her basketball career signing with University of Louisiana-Monroe (LA). The Lady Warhawks play in the Sun Belt Conference. Collins, a Jackson native, was second leading scorer on the team with 13.6 points per game. She shot 39.9 percent from the floor and 36 percent from beyond the arc. Collins started in all 28 games for the Lady Wolves and averaged a staggering 35.3 minutes per game. She was top 50 in the country in assists, with 140, and in assist to turnover ration, with 1.9. Collins was named First Team Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-State and played in the MACJC All-Star Game. Pictured with Collins are her mother, Angie (seated left), Co-Lin Assistant Coach Nikki Williams (standing left) and Co-Lin Head Coach Gwyn Young. The Lady Wolves finished the 2015-2016 campaign with a 23-5 record and were NJCAA Region 23 Runners-Up.

Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College point guard Alexis Collins point guard (seated right) will continue her basketball career signing with University of Louisiana-Monroe (LA). The Lady Warhawks play in the Sun Belt Conference. Collins, a Jackson native, was second leading scorer on the team with 13.6 points per game. She shot 39.9 percent from the floor and 36 percent from beyond the arc. Collins started in all 28 games for the Lady Wolves and averaged a staggering 35.3 minutes per game. She was top 50 in the country in assists, with 140, and in assist to turnover ration, with 1.9. Collins was named First Team Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-State and played in the MACJC All-Star Game. Pictured with Collins are her mother, Angie (seated left), Co-Lin Assistant Coach Nikki Williams (standing left) and Co-Lin Head Coach Gwyn Young. The Lady Wolves finished the 2015-2016 campaign with a 23-5 record and were NJCAA Region 23 Runners-Up.

Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College sophomore guard Tytiana Hall of Crystal Springs (seated left) will continue her basketball career at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond. Hall averaged 10.9 points per game and five rebounds per game.  Pictured with Hall are mother LaKeshia Hall (seated right); standing from left, Lady Wolves Head Coach Gwyn Young, Lady Wolves Assistant Coach Nikki Williams, sister Symia Jones, sister AniyaJa Blanford, and father J.W. Hall. The Lady Wolves finished the 2015-2016 season with a 23-5 record and were the NJCAA Region 23 Runners-Up.
Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College sophomore guard Tytiana Hall of Crystal Springs (seated left) will continue her basketball career at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond. Hall averaged 10.9 points per game and five rebounds per game. Pictured with Hall are mother LaKeshia Hall (seated right); standing from left, Lady Wolves Head Coach Gwyn Young, Lady Wolves Assistant Coach Nikki Williams, sister Symia Jones, sister AniyaJa Blanford, and father J.W. Hall. The Lady Wolves finished the 2015-2016 season with a 23-5 record and were the NJCAA Region 23 Runners-Up.

Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College guard Donte Watson (seated left) signed with North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC. The Aggies play in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The New Orleans native started in 21 games this season for Coach Kenny Bizot's Wolfpack. He shot 41.4 percent from the field and 36.4 percent from three-point range. Watson (6'6") was the second leading scorer for the Wolves with 15.3 points per game, and second on the team in rebounding with 4.6 per game. He was named Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College (MACJC) Player of the Week twice this season and played in the MACJC All-Star Game. Pictured with Watson are Gabrielle Spears (seated), Head Coach Kenny Bizot (standing left), and Co-Lin Assistant Men's Basketball Caoch Jake Reed.
Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College guard Donte Watson (seated left) signed with North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC. The Aggies play in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The New Orleans native started in 21 games this season for Coach Kenny Bizot’s Wolfpack. He shot 41.4 percent from the field and 36.4 percent from three-point range. Watson (6’6″) was the second leading scorer for the Wolves with 15.3 points per game, and second on the team in rebounding with 4.6 per game. He was named Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College (MACJC) Player of the Week twice this season and played in the MACJC All-Star Game. Pictured with Watson are Gabrielle Spears (seated), Head Coach Kenny Bizot (standing left), and Co-Lin Assistant Men’s Basketball Caoch Jake Reed.

Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College forward Terik Richardson of Madison (seated right) recently signed with the Belhaven Blazers in the American Southwest Conference. Richardson came off the bench for the Wolves and played in 18 games this season. Richardson shot 33.3 percent from the field and 28.6 percent from beyond the arc. Pictured with Richardson is his mother, Terica Culberson (seated left), Co-Lin Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Jake Reed (standing left) and Co-Lin Head Men's Basketball Coach Kenny Bizot.
Co-Lin Media / Copiah-Lincoln Community College forward Terik Richardson of Madison (seated right) recently signed with the Belhaven Blazers in the American Southwest Conference. Richardson came off the bench for the Wolves and played in 18 games this season. Richardson shot 33.3 percent from the field and 28.6 percent from beyond the arc. Pictured with Richardson is his mother, Terica Culberson (seated left), Co-Lin Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Jake Reed (standing left) and Co-Lin Head Men’s Basketball Coach Kenny Bizot.