Campus Announces Homecoming Court

Courtesy of Media Services     MONTICELLO — Twelve women have been selected to the 2013 homecoming court at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, according to Guy Joubert, director of student programs and activities.    The homecoming queen, who will be selected by an online vote of the student body, will be announced during pregame … Continue reading

Homecoming Court Announced

Coutesy of Guy Joubert Congratulations to the 2013 Homecoming Court: Lei Brist Makayla Burris Kathleen Couch Julie Crain Tessa Cucurullo Morgyn Ellis Beth Johnson Allison Marshall Kiara Newhouse Bailey Simpson Ka’Lisa Stanfield Candace Virgadamo   Campaigning will begin immediately. Online voting will open Monday, Oct. 14 at noon and end Thursday, Oct. 24 at 4 … Continue reading

22 Student-Athletes Earn Academic Achievement Awards

Courtesy of Brian Ramsey CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Division 2 Athletic Directors Association announced the 2012-13 recipients of the D2ADA Academic Achievement Awards on Wednesday, Aug. 21 with 22 student-athletes from the University of Arkansas at Monticello making the list.    In order for a student-athlete to receive a D2ADA academic achievement award, the athletic director … Continue reading

Scholar-Athletes, Athlete Of The Year Announced

Courtesy of Brian Ramsey MONTICELLO — The University of Arkansas at Monticello announced its male and female scholar-athletes and athletes of the year Tuesday night at the UAM Athletics Awards Banquet inside the Green Room of the University Center.    The female scholar-athlete of the year award was presented to senior basketball player Candace Virgadamo. The … Continue reading

Awards Banquet To Honor Top Student-Athletes

Courtesy of Brian Ramsey MONTICELLO — The University of Arkansas-Monticello’s Department of Athletics will host its first-ever awards banquet Tuesday, April 16 at the University Center to honor the 2012-13 male and female athletes of the year, as well as the 2012-13 male and female scholar-athletes of the year.    The banquet, exclusively for UAM student-athletes, … Continue reading

Blossoms Beat Lady Riders

Courtesy of Brian Ramsey MAGNOLIA – The University of Arkansas-Monticello’s women’s basketball team shot 49 percent from the field, forced 31 turnovers and tied a Great American Conference single-game record with 22 steals in a 76-40 win over Southern Arkansas Thursday night on the road.    With the win, the Cotton Blossoms (6-19, 3-16 GAC) have … Continue reading

Bisons Trample Cotton Blossoms

Courtesy of Brian Ramsey MONTICELLO — The Harding Lady Bisons made 10 three-pointers and shot 50 percent from the field to defeat the University of Arkansas-Monticello’s women’s basketball team 74-63 on Saturday at home in Great American Conference action.    It was UAM’s final home game of the season, and the final home game for senior … Continue reading

Alpha Chi Chapter Receives Star Chapter Award For Eight Consecutive Year

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO—The University of Arkansas-Monticello’s chapter of Alpha Chi, the national collegiate honor society, was recently selected for the eighth consecutive year to receive Star Chapter status for 2012-13, according to Kate Stewart, professor of English and UAM chapter sponsor. The Star Chapter designation honors chapters for meeting several criteria, including sending … Continue reading

Virgadamo Honored For Academics

Courtesy of Brian Ramsey MONTICELLO — University of Arkansas at Monticello senior Candace Virgadamo has been selected to the 2012-13 Capital One Women’s Basketball Academic All-District Team for the NCAA Division II level. The lone senior for the Cotton Blossoms currently sports an unblemished 4.0 grade point average and is majoring in exercise science. Virgadamo … Continue reading

OBU Uses Second-Half Surge To Down Blossoms, 82-65

Courtesy of Brian Ramsey MONTICELLO – The University of Arkansas at Monticello women’s basketball team was outscored 49-32 in the second half in an 82-65 loss to Ouachita Baptist on Saturday at home inside Steelman Fieldhouse.    After a back-and-forth first half that featured seven tie scores and nine lead changes, the Lady Tigers (6-1, 4-0 … Continue reading

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