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Awards: Gamecock of the Year

The Gamecocks of the Year meant more to their team’s success than anyone. Not only did their dominance play a vital role in their team’s success, it virtually guaranteed it. They cemented their legacy and almost certainly punched their ticket to the Jacksonville State Hall of Fame. Gamecock Illustrated is proud to name this year’s Gamecocks of the Year Tiffany Harbin

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Awards: Most Dominant Performance

There’s the sweet taste of victory and then there’s domination. Jacksonville State won plenty of games this year, but three players gave Gamecock Illustrated its Most Dominant Performance: Tiffany Harbin’s and Casey Ackenberger’s back-to-back no-hitters on opening day and DaMarcus James’ five rushing touchdowns against Austin Peay. Women’s Athletics: Tiffany Harbin And Casey Ackenberger Tiffany Harbin was no stranger to

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Seniors Lift Gamecocks To Sweep Of Bruins On Senior Day

JACKSONVILLE — Only two things could have stopped Jacksonville State from finishing off the sweep in this weekend’s Ohio Valley Conference series with Belmont: the Bruins and mother nature. The Gamecocks beat them both on Sunday. They were able to squeeze in an 8-0 mercy-rule win just before the rainfall began. However, had either of them won, the Gamecocks could have fallen

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Harbin’s Gem Completes Season-Sweep Of Morehead State

JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville State stranded eight runners on base in Sunday’s series finale against Morehead State. The two they didn’t strand made all the difference in the Gamecocks’ 2-0 win over the Eagles. The win completed the season-sweep. “I told the girls earlier,” head coach Jana McGinnis said, “this game is a funny game. We can’t expect our offense to be

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Borders’ Walk-Off Lifts Harbin To Record-Breaking Win

JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville State’s softball team knew Sara Borders would win the game before she even stepped foot in the batter’s box. Borders knew it as soon as she made contact. With the Gamecocks trailing Tennessee Tech 3-2 in the seventh inning, Borders sent a three-run walk-off shot flying over the left center field fence. The 5-3 win completed the series

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