PTK All Mississippi Moorhead Campus PTK All Mississippi GHEC
Hannah-Linn Holcomb and Heather Lee MaryClare Barnes and Kyla Rice

Moorhead – Four students represented MDCC on the Phi Theta Kappa All-Mississippi Academic Team. Hannah-Linn Holcomb and Heather Lee were named as second team selections for the Zeta Zeta Chapter on the Moorhead campus while MaryClare Barnes and Kyla Rice represented the Beta Rho Omicron Chapter on the Greenville Higher Education Center campus as second and first team members respectively.  

The Zeta Zeta Chapter of PTK was chartered on the Sunflower Junior College campus is 1947. 

The Beta Rho Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa was chartered at the Greenville Higher Education Center in December 2008 with a charter group of eleven inductees. 

The purpose of PTK is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, PTK provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.

The All-Mississippi Academic Team recognizes scholarly achievements and leadership accomplishments of community and junior college students across the state of Mississippi. Each college is eligible to nominate two students per campus for the Academic Team Competition.

Mississippi Delta Community College had 13 student-athletes receive All-State Academic Honors for the 2014-15 school year by the MACJC. Students must maintain a 3.00 or better GPA to be eligible for this honor.

The Trojans’ baseball team had the most athletes awarded with six players receiving the honor. They include Michael Beloso (Pearl River, LA), Peyton Callahan (Houston, MS), Tyler Dowdy (New Albany), Tays Hardy (Batesville), Chandler Massengale (Hattiesburg), and Kyle Wilson (Houston, MS).

The Trojans’ football team had three honorees including Joshua Cooper (Yazoo City), Alex Johnson (Greenwood) and Demerrius Williams (Shaw). Women’s basketball and softball had two athletes each. Basketball players were Niya Head (Tchula) and Mary Washington (Charleston) and softball players were Amber Adams (Oxford) and Saragrace Gunter (Pensacola, FL).

MACJC – Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges