PDCCC holds first baseball signing day
~Baseball gets underway in fall~
(Franklin, VA) –The new athletics program at Paul D. Camp Community College already holds promise as the college plans for its first baseball signing day.
More than 20 students have committed to attend PDCCC to play the sport by signing a Letter of Intent.
“This is an exciting kickoff to the program,” said David Mitchell, athletic director, head baseball coach and admissions recruiter. “This will be a real boost for enrollment as well at the college.”
A signing day ceremony took place June 27 in the library on the Franklin Campus, 100 North College Drive.
“Having a sports team will build on the camaraderie and cohesiveness that already exists at the college,” said PDCCC President Dr. Dan Lufkin. “This is an advantage we have of being a small educational institution.”
The following students were recruited for the PDC Hurricanes:
Dylan Beale Southampton High School
Patrick Crossman Nansemond-Suffolk Academy
Caleb Dodge Churchland High School
Dylan Duckwall Wilson High School
Myles Geller Nansemond River High School
Zack Groves Norfolk Christian School
Khairi Gunn Hampton High School
Austin Holley Norfolk Christian School
Dawson Holmes Isle of Wight Academy
TJ Hubbard Hampton High School
Ty Johnson Hampton High School
Bryce Jones Kings Fork High School, Virginia Wesleyan
Seth Konkel Mighty Warriors Home School
Chase Lewis Lakeland High School
Kyle Martin Penn Foster High School
Jordan McCray Hampton High School
Burghie Miller Great Bridge High School
Paul Parker Southampton Academy, Lenoir CC
Zach Pauley Abeka Academy
Devin Sisson Rapphannock High School, Averett University
Hunter Stephens Windsor High School
Matthew Stout Southampton High School
Austin Younkins Churchland High School
About Paul D. Camp Community College:
Opened in 1971, Paul D. Camp Community College is a two-year public educational institution with campuses in Franklin and Suffolk, and a Center in Smithfield, VA. With the mission of providing diverse learning opportunities to enhance the quality of life for students and the community, the College offers a wide array of educational opportunities and workforce training. Educational opportunities include: Associate degrees, career studies certificates in transfer and career/technical programs; credit and non-credit workforce services; training for businesses and industries; and special interest classes for the community.