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|8/30: Motlow State investment in athletics key to future success|
Motlow State Community College continued its push to provide the finest community college athletic facilities in the state by significantly upgrading its weight training and exercise complex during the summer.
|8/4: Motlow State welcomes White County's Sarah Wilson to softball program|
Sarah Wilson, who played her prep softball at White County High School in Sparta, recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her student-athlete career at Motlow State Community College.
|8/3: Talented post Nick Marshall joins Motlow State men's basketball program|
Nick Marshall, ranked as the No. 55 high school player in the nation two years ago, will transfer from the University of Memphis and join the Motlow State Community College men's basketball program.
|7/29: Motlow State to debut Women's Soccer Program in 2017|
Motlow State Community College will add a new sport to its athletic department for the first time in over 20 years with the debut of a women's soccer program in the fall of 2017.
|7/27: Motlow State's Burton stretches Recruiting Net heading into Second Season|
Heading into his second season as the head coach of the Motlow State Community College men's basketball program, J.T. Burton is putting together his first full recruiting class.
|7/13: Clarksville's Sepe Moore joins Motlow State Women's Basketball Program|
Former Clarksville Northeast High School basketball standout Sepe Moore recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her career as a student-athlete at Motlow State Community College.
|7/12: Transfer Renee Bolduc signs Softball Letter of Intent to join Motlow Lady Bucks|
Renee Bolduc, a sophomore transfer from Madison, Ala., recently signed a national letter of intent to continue her career as a student-athlete at Motlow State Community College.
|7/1: Lincoln County's Kirby Smith to play baseball at Motlow State|
Kirby Smith, who played his prep baseball at Lincoln County High School in Fayetteville, will continue his career as a student-athlete at Motlow State Community College.
|7/1: Future Lady Bucks learn Skills Development at Motlow State Softball Camp|
Over 30 young ladies from throughout middle Tennessee joined Motlow State head softball coach Janice Morey, assistant Randy Morey, and a number of members of the Lady Bucksâ€™ team recently for the Softball Skills Development Camp.
|6/28: Motlow State women's basketball welcomes Perry County's Miranda Boutwell to the Lady Bucks|
Miranda Boutwell, who played her prep basketball at Perry County High School in Linden, Tenn., recently signed a national letter of intent to continue her career as a student-athlete at Motlow.
|6/23: Motlow State baseball's Helton, Gilmer earn national academic recognition|
Motlow State Community College student athletes posted another strong performance in the classroom during the 2015-16 year, led by a pair of baseball players who were recently honored by the NJCAA.
|5/26: Motlow State welcomes Jewel Ledbetter from Maryland to women's basketball program|
Jewel Ledbetter, a 5-11 wing player from Westlake High School in Waldorf, Maryland, recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her basketball career as a student-athlete at Motlow State Community College.
|5/20: Kentucky's Lisa Jo Wygal first signee for new Motlow State Lady Bucks basketball coach Walker|
The Motlow State Community College women's basketball program has begun its rebuilding process under new head coach Bart Walker with the signing of Kentucky prep product Lisa Jo Wygal from Bardstown, Ky., according to Walker.
|5/19: Motlow State Softball Camp scheduled for June 27-29|
Motlow State Community College will hold its 2016 Softball Camp for children 12 years old and younger June 27-29, according to Janice Morey, Lady Bucks' head coach.
|5/5: Motlow State summer basketball camps begin June 13|
Motlow State Community College has scheduled four separate summer basketball camps, all open to both boys and girls ages 6-15, according to Bucks' head coach JT Burton.