GRCC in the News: 3/22/10

Grand Rapids Community College men bounced from NJCAA national tournament
By The Grand Rapids Press | March 19, 2010, 9:15PM

DANVILLE, Ill. — The Grand Rapids Community College men’s basketball team was eliminated from the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II national tournament Friday after losing 74-66 to Pima Community College (Ariz.) at Danville Area Community College.  (More)

Fenton senior Jimmy Allen signs national letter of intent to play football at Grand Rapids Community College
The Flint Journal, March 20, 2010 3:20 p.m.

FLINT, Michigan — Fenton senior Jimmy Allen has signed a national letter of intent to play football at Grand Rapids Community College.   The four-year varsity performer earned first-team All-Metro League honors last fall as a punter. He had 30 punts for 1,138 yards (37.9 per punt).  (More)

Ex-Spartans safety Roderick Jenrette, receiver Fred Smith get jail time for on-campus fight
By Greg Johnson | The Grand Rapids Press | March 19, 2010, 6:45PM

Two of five current or former Michigan State football players sentenced Friday in East Lansing District Court for involvement in a November on-campus fight with a fraternity will spend some time in jail. [… Jamiihr] Williams, who no longer is with the Spartans, plans to resurrect his football career at Grand Rapids Community College, Raiders coach Tony Annese said Friday.  (More)

2 MSU players get jail time for frat fracas


EAST LANSING — Michigan State receiver Fred Smith apologized in 54-B District Court on Friday for his role in the altercation at a fraternity potluck dinner at Rather Hall on Nov. 22, “wishing I could take it all back.” [… Jamiihr] Williams, transferring to Grand Rapids Community College to play football, also offered his apologies “to the people (involved), Rather Hall, the victims and the city of East Lansing — and everyone involved in the whole situation.”  (More)

Careerline Tech’s direct college credit program wins fans
By Erin Albanese | The Grand Rapids Press | March 21, 2010, 3:00AM

HOLLAND — With 11 college credits under his tool belt, Careerline Tech Center student Cody VandenBosch plans to attend Ferris State University next year and pursue a career as a toolmaker. […] Those credits can transfer to most two- or four-year Michigan schools, including Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Valley State University, Davenport University and Muskegon Community College.  (More)

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