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Interview with TVCC head football coach Brad Smiley

Smiley

Jeff Weinstein sat down with TVCC head football coach Brad Smiley on Thursday to talk about last week’s Battle in the Valley loss to Nassau Community College, and about this week’s game against Tyler Junior College.

TVCC students donating blood

Shawn Harris

The Carter BloodCare bloodmobile is on the the Trinity Valley Community College Athens campus Tuesday and Wednesday. Pictured is student Shawn Harris, ready to donate. (Mark Meredith/TVCC Public Information)

TVCC to kick off season against No. 5 Nassau

battle of the valley flyer

By Benny Rogers/TVCC Sports Information

With a 21-game unbeaten streak on the line, the Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals can hardly be accused of easing into the 2015 season.

They put the streak and their preseason No. 2 NJCAA ranking at peril Saturday against No. 5-ranked Nassau Community College in the fourth annual Battle In The Valley at Bruce Field. Game time is 7 p.m.

The Cardinals and Nassau were two of three NJCAA teams finishing unbeaten last season. Ninth-year coach Brad Smiley’s Cardinals went 12-0, the third such season in school history, and the Lions went 10-0.

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TVCC opens football season with Battle in the Valley

battle of the valley flyer

The Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals are scheduled to kickoff the 2015 football season 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, at home against Nassau Community College in the Battle in the Valley, sponsored by Virtual Communications Specialists President Paul Benson.

Nassau finished last season 10-0 and ranked No. 6 in the nation. The Cardinals finished last season with a 12-0 record and Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC) champions. TVCC ended the year ranked No. 2 in the nation.

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TVCC volleyball team ready to open season

Coach Tosha Spain

Coach Tosha Spain

By Benny Rogers/TVCC Sports Information

The sixth season of volleyball at Trinity Valley Community College begins Friday when the Lady Cardinals participate in the annual Dana Hatch Invitational Tournament at Tyler Junior College.

Though the roster is short on experience, Tosha Spain, the only head coach in the Lady Cardinals’ history, has not lowered her expectations for the 2015 season.

“Even with a very new roster, my expectations are high,” said Spain, who last year recorded her 100th victory in the collegiate ranks. “The girls have come in and put in a lot of hard work and are improving daily. That’s all I can ask for as a coach.”

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