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Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

Jan. 13-19, 2015

Men's Basketball

- Ole Miss thrashed No. 19 Arkansas 96-82 on Saturday. The Rebels picked up their first true road win over a ranked opponent since 2003 and scored the second-most points ever by an opponent in Bud Walton Arena.

- Ole Miss leads the nation in free throw percentage, hitting 79.6 percent of its attempts. The Rebels have hit 142 of their last 169 (.840) attempts from the line. Junior G Stefan Moody ranks third in the SEC and 22nd in the nation shooting 88.6 percent from the free throw line. 

- Sophomore C Dwight Coleby posted his first career double-double with a career-high 12 points and 10 boards against the Razorbacks.  

- Junior G Stefan Moody scored 18 points and knocked down a pair of 3-pointers in the Rebels' win at No. 19 Arkansas. Moody is averaging 18.3 ppg and shooting 50.0 percent from 3-point range in SEC play. 

- Senior G Jarvis Summers dished out a season-high 7 assists in the win over the Razorbacks and passed Todd Abernethy and Jason Harrison for fourth in Ole Miss history with 432 career assist. Summers needs just 35 points to become only the 14th players in SEC history with 1,500 career points and 400 career assists.

Women's Basketball

- Ole Miss started the week with a win over Georgia that  snapped a 24-game losing streak to AP ranked foes, giving Ole Miss its first win over ranked foe since Jan. 23, 2011. It marked the first win over a ranked opponent at Tad Smith Coliseum since upsetting No. 12 LSU in Oxford during the 2009-10 season 

- Tia Faleru picked up her eighth double-double of the season and her 28th career double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds against Texas A&M, her first double-double since having her streak of five consecutive snapped against Alabama on Jan. 11. 

- Erika Sisk posted her 10th game in double figures with a team-best 15 points against Texas A&M. Sisk also extended her double-digit scoring streak to four straight and five of the last six games, while  Shequila Joseph posted her third game of double figures with 10 points against Texas A&M and tied her season-high with six rebounds.

- Shandricka Sessom was back in the starting lineup after missing the last two games with concussion-like symptoms after getting injured at Florida (Jan. 8). She posted five points and five rebounds in her return. 

Men's Tennis

- Ole Miss opened the Toby Hansson era with a 6-1 win at UCF.

- Junior Stefan Lindmark played his first match at No. 1 singles and won in convincing fashion 6-1, 6-1 against a player who earned all-conference honors last year.

- Senior William Kallberg and freshman Gustav Hansson improved to 9-2 overall with a 6-2 win at No. 1 doubles.

Women's Tennis

- Ole Miss went 2-0 to start in the season, shutting out the University of Hawaii, 6-0, and downing Washington, 6-1.

- Senior Julia Jones went 3-0 on the weekend, winning both of her singles matches at No. 1 in straight sets and winning at No. 2 doubles against Washington. She improved to 12-3 on the year.

- Freshman Arianne Hartono also went 3-0 on the weekend with impressive straight-set wins in singles. She is now 11-4 on the year.

Rifle

- Rifle faced a pair of ranked opponents this past weekend, falling to No. 6 Kentucky, 4688-4580, and dropping a close one to No. 16 NC State, 4606-4602. 

- Against the Wildcats, freshman Jessica Haig equaled her career-best with a 588 in air rifle.

- Sophomore Sarah Emery shot a personal best 578 in air rifle against NC State.

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

Jan. 6-12, 2015

Women's Basketball

- Ole Miss went 2-0 on the week with a road win at Florida and a win at home against Alabama, moving to 13-4 overall and 3-1 in SEC action while winning back-to-back SEC games for the first time since 2011-12. 

- Ole Miss' win at Florida snapped a 14-game SEC road losing streak and gave Ole Miss it's first SEC road win since Jan 5, 2013,  an 88-81 win also in Gainesville. 

- Ole Miss' 13-4 start is the best start since 2006-07 when Ole Miss opened the season 16-4 and advanced to the Elite Eight while Ole Miss' 3-1 SEC start is the best since 2009-10 when the Rebels opened up 4-1 

- Tia Faleru extended her double-double streak to five straight games with 16 points and 12 rebounds against Florida, the longest double-double streak for an Ole Miss player since Nikki Byrd in 2011 and was the longest double-double streak in Faleru's career. 

- A'Queen Hayes posted her first career double-double against Florida with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Her 15 points tied her career high and the 10 rebounds was a new career high.  

- The two Ole Miss double-doubles against Florida marked the first time Ole Miss has had two double-doubles since the Baylor game in 2013-14

- Gracie Frizzell, Ole Miss' resident sharp shooter, set a new single-game and Tad Smith record with a career-best eight three-pointers in Ole Miss' win over Alabama.  Frizzell's eight three-pointers is the most in the SEC to date and was three off the SEC single-game record. Frizzell set career-highs in points (24), three-point FG's (8) and extended her consecutive games with a three-pointer to eight straight games. 

- As a squad, Ole Miss posted a season-high 10 triples, the most since knocking down 11 against Missouri in the SEC opener in 2013-14. 

Men's Basketball

- Ole Miss posted a 1-1 mark last week to open SEC play after a loss at Kentucky Tuesday and a win over South Carolina Saturday at home. 

- Junior guard Stefan Moody scored 25 points and senior guard Jarvis Summers added 23 for the Rebels, who outscored Kentucky 30-26 in the paint and controlled the boards for much of the game, before falling to No. 1 Kentucky 89-86 in overtime. 

- Summers led all scorers with 20 points, while Moody added 16 points, all in the second half, as Ole Miss rolled over South Carolina 65-49. 

- For Summers, it was his third 20-point game in his last four games, his team-leading sixth 20-point game of the season. 

- The Rebels shot 41 percent from the floor, but they were 7-of-14 from 3-point range and 18-of-22 from the free-throw line and committed just 10 turnovers.

- Defensively, the Rebels held South Carolina (9-5, 0-2 SEC) to a season-low 49 points and forced 15 turnovers, turning them into 17 points. 

- Ole Miss continues to lead the nation in free throw percentage, hitting .791 of its attempts.

Track & Field

- Sophomore Jalen Miller clocked the world's two fastest 60-meter times in 2015 to lead Ole Miss in a dominating season opener at the Gene Edmonds Invite in West Lafayette, Indiana, on Saturday.

- After running a 6.57 in the prelims, Miller clocked a 6.56 in the final to claim the world's fastest time this year by five hundredths of a second. He set a personal best that is just one hundredth of a second off Mike Granger's school record and also established a meet and facility record at Purdue's indoor track.

- All told, the Rebels won nine events and broke two school records in addition to Miller's sensational short sprinting.

- The Rebel men won all but three events in which they competed and claimed victory in every individual running event in which they lined up an athlete.

- Senior Dameon Morgan established a school record in the men's 600 meters with his time of 1:18.48, breaking Thomas Johnson's record that had stood since 1991.

- In her first race in the Red and Blue, freshman Brooke Feldmeier surged past some high-level competitors to win the women's 600 in a school-record time of 1:28.42, which leads the nation this year. The previous record of 1:29.63 was set by Sofie Persson in 2011.

- After the opening weekend of 2015 competition, the following men rank top 10 in the NCAA: Miller (1st in 60m, 6.56), Darryl Brown (9th in 200m, 21.42), Robert Semien (7th in 60mH, 7.90) and Phillip Young (3rd in TJ, 51-0.75).

Men's Tennis

- The Rebels began the spring season at the Florida Gulf Coast University Invitational this past weekend and picked up 23 wins in singles and doubles against TCU, Rice and FGCU.

- Senior William Kallberg and freshman Gustav Hansson finished 5-1 in doubles, including a win over the No. 15 ranked team in the country. They are now 8-2 on the year.

- Junior Stefan Lindmark and sophomore Ricardo Jorge also posted a big win in doubles, defeating the No. 20 ranked team in the nation.

- The Rebels got some big news this past week off the court, as reigning SEC Player of the Week Nik Scholtz announced he is returning for his senior season.  The three-time All-American will join the team when school starts and will seek to become the first four-time All-American in the history of the program.

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

Dec. 29, 2014-Jan. 5, 2015

Football

- The No. 9 Ole Miss football team finished the 2014 football season with a 9-4 record, its best since 2009, after a 42-3 defeat to No. 6 TCU in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

- The Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl was the first of the inaugural New Year's Six bowls that features the top six matchups in college football.

- The loss snapped Ole Miss' school-record streak of six straight bowl wins that was tied with Florida State for longest in the nation.

- Ole Miss finished the season with the nation's top-ranked scoring defense, giving up 16.0 points per outing.

- The Rebels forced four TCU turnovers to run their season total to 32, which ranks top 10 in the nation.

- All-America CB Senquez Golson tied the school record with his 10th interception of the season... His 16 career picks are most among active NCAA players and tied for third-most in Ole Miss history.

- Ole Miss finished the season with 419.1 total offense ypg (5th-best in school history) and 263.6 passing ypg (5th-best in school history).

Men's Basketball

- Ole Miss posted a 1-1 mark last week, falling by four on the road at Dayton before routing Austin Peay in its non-conference finale. 

- Ole Miss will open league play at No. 1 Kentucky Tuesday night. It marks the 13th time in the last 17 years the Rebels have opened conference play on the road. Ole Miss has won its last two SEC openers and is 28-53 all-time in league openers. 

- The Rebels will face the nation's No. 1 team for the first time since a 77-62 loss at top-ranked Kentucky on Feb. 18, 2012. Ole Miss is 0-15 all-time against the top-ranked team in the country, including 12 times against the Wildcats. 

- Ole Miss leads the nation hitting 78.4 percent of its free throw attempts. The Rebels hit 19-of-21 attempts (.905) against Northern Arizona and have hit 65 of their last 79 from the line (.823). 

- Five Ole Miss players are shooting at least 80.0 percent from the line, including junior G Stefan Moody, who leads the SEC and is tied for ninth in the nation shooting 92.2 percent (47-of-51). 

Women's Basketball

- The Ole Miss women's basketball team closed out the non-conference slate with a 79-71 (OT) win over former Rebel Yolanda Moore's Southeastern Louisiana squad. 

- The win gave the Rebels a 10-3 mark in the non-conference, the best non-conference record since 2011-12 when the Rebels also went 10-3.

- Playing at home for its SEC opener for the second consecutive season, Ole Miss defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks, 71-57 for its first win in an SEC opener since defeating Vanderbilt at home in the 2010-11 opener. 

- The win moved Ole Miss to 7-4 in SEC home openers in the last 10 years. Additionally, the 14-point margin of victory is the largest since defeating Alabama by 14 in the 2009-10 home opener. 

- Tia Faleru posted her fourth consecutive double-double with 21 points and 13 rebounds in a 64-58 loss at Kentucky. It's the longest double-double streak of the season and her career. 

- Additionally, her 21 points marked her 4th game of 20+ points this season and her 15th career game of 20 or more points. Faleru now has 26 career double-doubles and moved into No. 17 on Ole Miss' all-time scorers list with 1,204 career points.

2014 Ole Miss Favorites

Favorite Plays of the Year

Senquez Golson's Game-Saving Interception vs. Alabama

On one of the biggest weekends in Ole Miss football history, Senquez Golson turned in one of the biggest plays in Ole Miss football history, as he picked off Alabama quarterback Blake Sims with 37 seconds left in the game to secure a 23-17 win over No. 1 Alabama. 

The game-tying touchdown, from Bo Wallace to Vince Sanders, the forced fumble by Channing Ward, and the game-winning touchdown, from Wallace to Jaylen Walton, deserve mention, but Golson's interception is the signature play that effectively ended the game.


Austin Anderson's Walk-Off HR vs. Auburn

The baseball team showed its toughness all season, on the way to Omaha and the College World Series, winning more than its fair share of close games, and none were more dramatic than Austin Anderson's 13th-inning, walk-off home run against Auburn.

The Tigers had intentionally walked him in the 9th and 11th innings, and intended to intentionally walk him in the 13th, but the Auburn pitcher left the ball too close to the plate, and Anderson sent the ball over the fence in right field.


Jaylen Walton's Long TD Run vs. Mississippi State

In the face of adversity and a three-game SEC losing streak, the football team reclaimed the Egg Bowl to cap a 9-3 regular season, their best season since 2003.

Jaylen Walton turned in a career game, rushing for 148 yards on 14 carries, highlighted by a 91-yard touchdown run that made SportsCenter's Top 10 plays and proved to be the game-winning score in a 31-17 win over Mississippi State.

Errol Robinson's Relay Throw vs. Louisiana-Lafayette

The baseball team had its share of big plays in Game 2 and Game 3 of the Super Regional against Louisiana-Lafayette that sent the Rebels to their fifth College World Series appearance and their first since 1972.

There were some big scoring plays in the two games, such as Preston Overbey's solo home run of Game 2, or Holt Perdzock's bases-clearing triple in Game 3, but I'm going to highlight the relay play from Braxton Lee to Errol Robinson to Will Allen to keep the game-tying run off the board in the seventh inning of Game 3.


(Go to 16:45 mark for Robinson's play)

Sam Kendricks' Championship Jump

Sam Kendricks delivered another national championship for Ole Miss, as he cleared 18-8.25 to become the first back-to-back NCAA outdoor champion for the Rebels since 2000-2001 and the first back-to-back outdoor pole vault champion since 2006-07.

Kendrick elected to forego his senior year of eligibility with the track & field team to pursue professional and international athletic opportunities, as he prepares for U.S. and World Championships and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Favorite Games of the Year

Football Knocks Off Top-Ranked Alabama

A weekend that began with the program's first appearance on College GameDay was closed out with a thrilling 23-17 victory over No. 1 Alabama, the program's first win over a top-ranked opponent.

Down 14-3 at halftime, the Rebels outscored the Crimson Tide 20-3 in the second half to improve to 5-0 for the first time since 1962. After the win, the fans stormed the field and tore down the goal posts. Ole Miss would go on to start the season 7-0 and rise as high as No. 3 in the national polls.

Baseball Secures a Berth in the College World Series

The baseball team preached toughness all season and it was on display as the Rebels secured a berth in the College World Series with a 10-4 win over Louisiana-Lafayette in the rubber-game of the Super Regional in Lafayette.

A well-executed relay play kept the game-tying run off the board in the seventh, and Holt Perdzock broke things open in the ninth with a bases-clearing triple as part of five-run inning for Ole Miss.

Football Recaptures Egg Bowl

Ole Miss reclaimed the prize of the football program with a 31-17 win over No. 4 Mississippi State in the Egg Bowl. It marked the first time the Rebels notched two wins over top-five teams since 1969.

The win capped a 9-3 regular season, the program's best regular season since 2003, and sent them to the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. It also closed the door on the Bulldogs' College Football Playoff hopes.

Baseball Clinches Key Series over Mississippi State

There might have bigger wins for the baseball team, but the series-clincher over Mississippi State, from the environment, to the circumstances, to the way they won, appeared to have changed the trajectory of the Rebels, who went on to advance to Omaha and the College World Series. 

Coming off an extra-inning loss in the Game 2 of the series, the Rebels pounded out 20 hits to race past Mississippi State for a 12-2 win in Starkville.

Billy Chadwick Goes Out a Winner in Last SEC Home Match

Likely needing a win to advance to the postseason, the Ole Miss men's tennis team delivered legendary head coach Billy Chadwick a 4-3 win over No. 10 Texas A&M. Stefan Lindmark cliched the win with a three-set win at No. 4 singles. 

The win not only sent Chadwick out a winner in his last SEC home match, but it also helped the Rebels earn their 21st straight NCAA Championship bid.

Favorite Stories of the Year

Return of the Powder Blues: How They Came to Be

As part of the Memphis home football game weekend honoring the life and spirit of Chucky Mullins, the Ole Miss football team wore powder blue helmets, replicas of the ones worn by the Rebels in 1989, the year Mullins was injured and paralyzed during the Vanderbilt game.

Kendricks Wears Two Uniforms

In one world, Sam Kendrick is a national champion and an Olympic hopeful. In another world, he is an Army officer in trainer and on track to accept a commission and begin his military career.

Sophomore Surge

The historic 2013 football signing class has been instrumental in helping change the culture around the football program, helping lead the Rebels to the first nine-win regular season since 2003 and a "New Year's Six" Bowl game. 

Buy-In Paying Off for Golson

Senquez Golson became the first consensus first team All-American and first unanimous choice since Michael Oher in 2008. His success on the field, he has said and his coaches have said, came from buying into the program change under head coach Hugh Freeze.

Scholtz Turns the Page on Outstanding Junior Season

Nik Scholtz became the fourth Ole Miss men's tennis player to be named SEC Player of the Year and the first to earn SEC Freshman and Player of the Year honors during his career. He earned a final national ranking of No. 14 in singles, making him a three-time All-American.

Favorite Videos of the Year

 

 
 
 

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

Dec. 15-21, 2014

Men's Basketball

- Ole Miss overcame a 17-point deficit to knock off Coastal Carolina 71-68 Thursday night.

- Senior LaDarius White scored a career-high 26 points including a career-best 6 3-pointers in the victory.

- The Rebels will face Southeast Missoui Monday night in Southaven before an eight-day holiday break.

Women's Basketball

-Ole Miss extended its win streak to three straight with wins over Southern Miss and Alabama A&M. Ole Miss who had dropped its previous two contests is moves to 9-3 on the seasons with a chance to close the non-conference slate with a 10-3 record, which would be the best  non-conference record since 2011-12. 

-Tia Faleru posted her 23rd career double-double against Alabama A&M with 24 points and 14 rebounds. It was her first double-double since nabbing 29 points and 19 rebounds in a win over Southern on Nov. 20. Additionally, with Faleru's 24 points Ole Miss had its first 20-point scorer since the Nov 28 Utah game when Toree Thompson had a career-high 23 points. 

-A'Queen Hayes earned her first career start against Southern Miss and also started the Alabama A&M game. In her first career start Hayes tallied 10 points for her second career game in double figures. In her two carer starts, Hayes is averaging 9.5 points. 

-Tia Faleru played her 100th career game against Alabama A&M joining Danielle McCray as active players to play in 100 career games. Amber Singletary will also join the century club this season. Additionally, head coach Matt Insell earned his 20th career victory against Southern Miss. 

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Rebels25, an Ole Miss Athletics Foundation membership program for fans ages 25 and under, will hold a membership drive at Tuesday night's basketball game against No. 18 Kentucky. 

The gates open at 4:30 p.m., and Rebels25 ambassadors will pass out stickers and membership brochures at the student entrance, and you will have an opportunity to sign up for the program. The membership drive kicks off a spring of activities for members.

"The Ole Miss Athletics Foundation is very proud to provide additional activities for Rebels25 this spring. This segment of membership continues to grow and we are providing new and exciting opportunities to be involved with and support our athletic program," said Ashley Winning, assistant director of development.

Launched in October, Rebels25 now has over a hundred members. For as low as $25, the Rebels25 program offers Rebel level membership benefits, double priority points, ticket promotions and exclusive networking opportunities.

Two upcoming networking opportunities for Rebels25 members are Breakfast with Bianco and Membership Appreciation Day.

"These events are great opportunities for Rebels25 members to network with some of the most influential people in the Ole Miss community. We are making great strides to invest in the future of our organization," said Keith Carter, executive director of the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation.

Breakfast with Bianco is a Vaught Society event on Saturday, March 1, where Rebels25 Ambassadors and Vaught Society members will have the opportunity to join Ole Miss head coach Mike Bianco and players for breakfast before the baseball game against Central Florida.

Membership Appreciation Day is open to all Ole Miss Athletics Foundation members on Saturday, March 8, before the men's basketball game against Vanderbilt and the baseball game against Arkansas-Little Rock. 

There will be an open house of the recent expanded Manning Center, appearances from coaches, student-athletes and administrators, along with free giveaways, prizes and more. 

For a discounted $15, members can purchase both a men's basketball and baseball general seating ticket. As always, student admission is free while availability lasts.

For more information, visit Rebels25.com and GiveToAthletics.com

Bjork Reflects On 10-Day Nike Asia Tour

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For more than a decade, Nike has invited college administrators to see their factories that they contract with and see how the company does business in Asia. 

This past month, Ole Miss' Ross Bjork was among the group of five athletics directors and three representatives that toured Nike overseas facilities in Vietnam and China. Bjork was joined on the 10-day tour by Tom Bowen (Memphis), Scott Leykam (Portland), Dr. Hans Mueh (Air Force) and Rob Mullens (Oregon). 

"For Nike, it's an education to make sure everyone is comfortable with the process and how we do business in Asia," Bjork said. "You have these big contracts with a university to outfit their teams and their product. It's a great thing for Nike to do this to make sure that we know how they conduct themselves and that we feel comfortable with them."

Bjork flew out of Memphis on Jan. 15 to Chicago and then to Tokyo and finally to Ho Chi Minh City, the largest city in Vietnam and the first stop of the tour, where the group took day trips to nearby villages and toured two Nike-contracted factories. 

From Ho Chi Minh City, the group traveled to three cities in China, starting with Guangzhou, which Bjork described as a city of factories, before wrapping up the trip with stops in Shanghai and Beijing and then flying home on Jan. 25.

"Nike is very conscientious about factory and working conditions and making sure they're partnering with the right companies who operate these factories," Bjork said. "They are conscientious about labor and workers' rights. I knew that before the trip, but until you actually see it and walk on a factory line, you can't really understand it."

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It was not just a clearer, first-hand understanding of Nike and their work in Asia, Bjork said, but also an appreciation for the people of Vietnam and China. 

"I learned perspective and appreciation for the freedom we have in the United States but also great respect for what those people have to go through to live in China and Vietnam and go about their business under the same values and principles that we have, but in a much more controlled environment," Bjork said.

Bjork was also impressed with how Nike and their contracted factories have similar business fundamentals, in terms of vision statement, purpose and core values. The difference is how they present them, which Bjork said they might emulate and try to bring to Ole Miss.

"The one thing that I was impressed with was the visual presentation that they do in these factories around their core values and mission," Bjork said. "When you walk in the front door of the factory buildings, they had vision statement, purpose and core values on the wall. We talk about those things here, but they visualize it.

"If you walk in our building, we don't have our perspective up. That's one thing that I want to look at here is to maybe visualize in our buildings what we stand for and how we operate. I was very impressed with that. Whether it was China or Vietnam, the factories all had their purpose and vision in full display."

Moving forward, Ole Miss has a full apparel contract with Nike, a seven-year deal that started on July 1, 2012, which Bjork noted was negotiated and in place before he was named athletics director on March 21, 2012. 

From his observations and conversations on the tour with Nike and factory staff, Bjork said he is pleased with Ole Miss' relationship with the company, as well as their relationship with Kit Morris, Nike's Director of College Sports Marketing and an Ole Miss graduate.

"I see our Nike relationship evolving and growing because we have great relationships with Kit, his staff and his team," Bjork said. "Our equipment staff has a great relationship with the people at Nike. 

"I see the relationship evolving and growing over the life of the contract, but also as you look to the future and what happens after 2019. Nike is a great partner, and we'll see what happens as we get closer to that point."

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Ross Bjork - 2013 State of Ole Miss Athletics from Ole Miss Rebels on Vimeo.

In case you missed it yesterday, above is a message from Director of Athletcs Ross Bjork on the state of Ole Miss athletics. Below are some key points:

Record-high $26 million in cash donations to Ole Miss Athletics Foundation
- Student-athletes recorded a 2.87 cumulative GPA and participated in more than 20 service projects
- Ole Miss Athletics will partner with the William Winter Institute for a Racial Reconciliation week this fall
- 810,000 fans attended home events last season
- Forward Together capital campaign received $22 million in new gifts
- Ole Miss Athletics budget will increase from $62 million (2012-13) to $70 million (2013-14)
- Next month, Ole Miss Athletics will relaunch the Forward Together campaign, with an updated basketball arena design and location, preliminary look at the new North End Zone design and project timeline for the master plan
- This year, Ole Miss Athletics will host a live, weekly show that will be streamed on OleMissSports.com

Bjork To Speak At Jackson TD Club

Ole Miss Athletics Director Ross Bjork will be the featured speaker at the Jackson Touchdown Club meeting Monday, Oct. 29.  The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the River Hills Tennis Club located at the intersection of Ridgewood Road and Lakeland Drive.

Bjork_061212a_JB.jpgAdmission for non-members and guests is $30.00.  Space is limited.  For additional information, contact Glen Waddle, Secretary of the Jackson Touchdown Club, at 601-506-3186, or visit the club's website at www.jacksontouchdownclub.com.

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