Ten Hinds Community College Eagles soccer players received recognition for their superb play on the field throughout the 2019 season.
Morrison Hashii, of Tottori, Japan, was voted as the top player in Mississippi by the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 23 coaches. The freshman midfielder was also named a member of the prestigious NJCAA All-Region 23 Team. Hashii accumulated 18 points for the Eagles including seven goals scored and four assists.
Four members of the Eagles were honored as Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College All-State including; Joseph Cumberland, of Gulfport; Greg Anderson, of Jackson; Braylen Greer, of Vicksburg; and Dawson Albritton, of Brandon.
Freshmen Cumberland and Anderson both served as midfielders for the Eagles. Cumberland was a steady fixture for Hinds, as he started all 12 games this year. Anderson made his mark offensively as he totaled 13 points including four goals and five assists for the Eagles.
Sophomore forward Greer scored five goals and served up three assists as he amassed 13 points for Hinds.
The freshman goalkeeper, Dawson Albritton, started eight games and finished with a 5-2-1 record. Albritton saved 32 shots on the season and had one shutout on the way to earning MACJC All-State.
Five other members of the Eagles were also selected to play in the MACJC All-Star game: Daminik White, of Longwood, Fla.; TJ Smith, of Jackson; Beau Rimmer, of St. Stanislaus; Andrew Klinck, of Southaven; and Julian Brown, of Madison.
White, Smith and Brown were mainstays in the Eagles defense that smothered opponents all season long. Rimmer and Klinck served as midfielders and together scored 11 points including two goals and seven assists.See a typo? Report it here.