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NOC Enid baseball and softball players of the week announced

Jamie Roberts, Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) women’s softball head coach, and Raydon Leaton, NOC men’s baseball head coach, announce the NOC players of the week for the week ended April 13.
The women's player of the week is Lacey Shipp, a freshman from Perkins. The men’s player of the week is Nick Yoning, a freshman from Lawton.
“Batting 13-26 (.500) and having hit five home runs in the last eight games, Lacey’s bat has been lethal and she has provided a huge spark in our offense. I sure hope she can keep this up,” said Coach Roberts.
Coach Leaton said, “Nick hit .411 with two triples, one home run, four RBIs and six runs scored in last week’s games.”
The Jets played Cowley and Western Oklahoma during the week.

Winning a matter of character for NOC Enid

Lady Jets fall in overtime

March 19th, 2014

Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets women's basketball team was defeat by Hutchinson Community College 77-68 in overtime at the NJCAA National Championship Tournament.

Click here to read the full story from the Enid News and Eagle

Lady Jets defeat Gila Monsters: face Blue Dragons next

March 18th, 2014

The Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets Women's Basketball team defeated the Eastern Arizona Gila Monsters in the first round of the NJCAA National Basketball Championship today by a score of 74-67 at the Bicentennial Center in Salina, Kansas.

The Jets will face Hutchinson Community College Blue Dragons at 5pm Wednesday March 19th.

Lady Jets draw Gila Monsters in NJCAA tourney

Lady Jets draw Gila Monsters in NJCAA tourney

Click on the link above to read the full story about the Jets first round game at the Women's Basketball National Championship.

Lady Jets headed to nationals

Lady Jets headed to nationals

Click on the link above to read the full story from the Enid News and Eagle!

Shamburg Named Coach of the Year

By Bruce Campbell, Staff Writer Enid News and Eagle — March 2, 2014

ENID, Okla. — Greg Shamburg of Northern Oklahoma College Enid has been named the Region II men’s basketball coach of the year.
The Jets rallied back from an 0-3 start to take the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Region II tournament. NOC Enid was 21-6 overall and 12-6 in conference. The Jets had only four returning players from the year before.
“That’s the guys who did that,’’ Shamburg said. “It’s their award, too. They won the games down the stretch (six of last seven). They deserve as much credit as I do.’’
Shamburg, the only coach the program has known, has a 254-149 record since taking the reins in 2001-02. It’s the second time he’s been the region coach-of-the-year.
Shamburg has taken the Jets to the region finals three times in the last six years and has won two Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference championships.
“I don’t know how you would judge that,’’ he said when asked if this was one of his better coaching jobs. “You probably need to ask someone else.’’ . . .


Jets Men and Women Receive All-Conference Honors

The Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets basketball teams had three student-athlete's named to the All-Conference team.  Rylie Swanson, Breck Clark and Ben Berry received all-conference honors. Rylie Swanson is a sophomore from Alva, OK and was named to the first team all-conference.  Breck Clark is a freshman from Shawnee, OK and was named to the second team all-conference.  Ben Berry is a sophomore from Mustang, OK and was named to the second team all-conference.

The All-Conference team is voted on by head coaches who are not allowed to vote for their own players.

Aaliyah Sebock Named Player of the Week

Jamie Roberts Northern Oklahoma College Enid head softball coach, selected sophomore Aaliyah Sebock, a Carl Albert High School graduate from Midwest City, as the NOC softball player of the week, for the week ended Feb. 16. Sebock plays outfield and is a pre-physical therapy major.
“She batted 6-of-12 in the leadoff position with 10 RBIs, three doubles, and her first homerun of her career in the Lady Jets first four victories. Aaliyah was dynamite in centerfield as well, committing no errors and throwing out two base runners," said Coach Roberts.
The Lady Jets are undefeated after their first four games outscoring their opponents 41 to 14.


Dr. Vineyard Throws Out Ceremonial First Pitch

Dr. Vineyard
Pitchers spark NOC Enid softball debut sweep

Click on the link above to read the full story from the Enid News and Eagle about the first softball game in school history.

Daryck Jones Named Student-Athlete of the Week

Daryck Jones, a freshman from Midwest City, has been named Northern Oklahoma College Enid player of the week for the week ending Dec. 1.
Zack Howe, assistant coach, said, “Daryck led the Jets to a 2-1 record last week. He averaged 17.5 points, 4 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game. He shot 50 percent from the three point line (7-14) and 60 percent from the field. Daryck had been coming off the bench for us up until last week, when he started in all three games and assumed the role very nicely. He has also been taking care of his business off the court, currently maintaining a high grade point average.”


Ben Berry Named Student Athlete of the Week

Ben Berry has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) Enid men’s athlete of the week for Oct. 28 – Nov. 3. Berry is a 6-foot-four-inch sophomore forward/guard from Mustang.
“Ben was our player of the week for our two games at the Seward County Pepsi Classic against Northwest Kansas Tech and the Southern Colorado Kings. His averages are 19.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game. He is shooting 72.7% from the field and 63.6% from 3-point range,” said Drew Bridges,” said Drew Bridges, NOC Enid assistant men's basketball coach.


Kendra Coleman Named Student Athlete of the Week

Kendra Coleman has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) Enid women’s athlete of the week for Oct. 7-13. Coleman is a freshman athletic training major from Red Oak.
“Kendra finished strong in our fall season and pitched a shutout win over Independence Community College as well as hit a 2-run home run. We are expecting big things from Kendra in the spring and hoping she can provide leadership in the circle,” said Jamie Roberts, NOC Enid women’s softball head coach.


Shyanna Sigman Named Student-Athlete of the Week

Shyanna (Shy) Sigman has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) Enid women’s athlete of the week for Sept. 30 – Oct. 6. Sigman is a freshman softball player from Tecumseh, Okla.
“Shy is a catcher and outfielder with an extreme passion for the game and desire to win. She has had great success this fall at the plate. Shyanna is a fierce competitor on the field. One of her shining moments this fall was at Southwestern Oklahoma State University where she went 3-of-4 at theplate with 2 homeruns. She had a total of 5 homeruns this fall and we are expecting positive things from her in the spring,” said Jamie Roberts, NOC Enid women’s softball head coach.


Jared Thompson Named Student-Athlete of the Week

Jared Thompson has been selected as the NOC Enid student-athlete of the week for Sept. 30 - Oct 6. Jared is a freshman from John Horn High School in Mesquite, Texas, where he played for Head Coach Jay Sheets. Jared is an outfielder on the Jets baseball team majoring in Physical Education.

Jon Chidester Named Student-Athlete of the Week

Jon Chidester has been selected as the NOC Enid student-athlete of the week for Sept. 23-29. Jon is a sophomore from Rhome, Texas. He is a right handed pitcher on the NOC Enid Jets baseball team. Chidester is a business administration major and is an honor student.

Sydney Harrel Named Female Student-Athlete of the Week

Sydney Harrel has been selected as the NOC Enid female student-athlete of the week for Sept. 16-22. Harrel, a freshman from Leedey, Okla., had an outstanding weekend defensively against the University of Tulsa and Oklahoma Christian University. She had a 1.000 fielding percentage in 12 chances. “Sydney is everything you look for in a college student-athlete. She is a good student, coachable, dependable, and a terrific team player. She never complains, always works hard and makes those around her better. Sydney has a passion for competition and a winning attitude. We are so lucky to have her on our team,” NOC Enid Softball Coach Jamie Roberts said



Josh Palmer Named Male Student-Athlete of the Week

Josh Palmer has been selected as the NOC Enid male student-athlete of the week for Sept. 16-22. Josh is a six-foot-six-inch freshman forward from Union High School in Tulsa. “Josh has demonstrated tremendous work ethic in the classroom and in individual workouts,” Coach Greg Shamburg said. He is majoring in business administration.



Paige Eaton Named Female Student-Athlete of the Week

Paige Eaton has been selected as the NOC Enid women’s student-athlete of the week for September 9 -15. She is a sophomore from Claremore. Paige was a starter on the Jets women’s basketball team last season as a freshman. Coach Morris said of Paige, “She has shown tremendous leadership with her words and daily work ethic.” Eaton is majoring in arts and sciences.


Russ Colgan Named Male Student-Athlete of the Week

Russ Colgan has been selected the NOC Enid men’s student-athlete of the week for September 9 - 15. He is a sophomore outfielder for the Jets baseball team and is from Hurst, Texas. He hit in the top of the Jets lineup last season and was recognized by his teammates as the team MVP this past week as well. Colgan is majoring in arts and sciences.


Avery Walker Named Female Student-Athlete of the Week

Avery WalkerAvery Walker has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College Enid women’s student-athlete of the week for Sept. 2-8. Walker is a freshman softball player from Marlow, Oklahoma. Avery always has a smile on her face, encourages her teammates, and plays with enthusiasm. Coach Jamie Roberts said that Walker, “has become a leader of our team and her attitude is contagious. Avery is probably one of the best athletes I have ever coached.” Walker is a Pre-Med major.


Jerame Littell Named Male Student-Athlete of the Week

Jerame LittellJerame Littell has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College Enid men’s student-athlete of the week for Sept. 2-8. Littell is a transfer from Washburn University where he played QB last year on the football team. The Stillwater HS product had a great scrimmage vs the KC O’s. He had a grand slam, 2 triples and a double. Jeramie was also voted MVP for the week by his teammates. Littell is a Pre-Med major.


Mabee Center floor gets new paint job

Northern Oklahoma College Jets basketball fans will be watching the action on a newly painted gym floor at the Mabee Center this season. The gym floor now has the new Jet logo at center court and the Northern “N” on each half of the floor. The paint job was completed Sept. 5 and should last for several years.
The new paint job is the most recent project to continually improve the Mabee Center. Other recent projects include replacing bleachers on the east side and new carpet in the locker rooms. NOC has recently completed a rebranding for the school, which included the new athletic logos.

Desiree Nix Named Female Student-Athlete of the Week

Desiree NixDesiree (Dez) Nix has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College Enid women’s student-athlete of the week for Aug. 26-31. Nix is a sophomore cheerleader from Norman, Oklahoma. She was the only high school junior All-American finalist at cheer camp this summer. She is a leader who comes to practice with a great attitude and pushes all her teammates to do better every time. Coach Josh Quintero said, “I am counting on Dez to help get our team to make finals at College Nationals this next spring.” Nix is a Pre-Medicine major.


Jovan Crnic Named Male Student-Athlete of the Week

Jovan Crnic has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College Enid men’s student-athlete of the week for Aug. 26-31. Crnic is a freshman basketball player from Nis, Serbia. The 6’5” point guard has worked very hard in the weight room over the first couple weeks of the semester. Jovan is very grateful for his opportunity to play at Northern and he is majoring in Arts & Sciences.


Jets Cheerleading Squad Qualifies for Trip to Nationals

The Northern Oklahoma College Jets Cheerleading Squad attended the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) College Cheerleading Camp this past August at Oklahoma City University. The primary purpose of the camp was to qualify for NCA College Nationals which will be held in Daytona Beach, Fla. in April 2014.

Ten teams attended the two day camp, including Grambling State University, Oklahoma City University, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Texas Wesleyan, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, and others. Northern was by far the smallest squad at this camp with 14 cheerleaders. Most other schools had between 20 and 30 squad members. The Jets, competing at this camp for the first time in school history, finished tied for third and qualified for the NCA College Nationals.

During the two day camp, the Jets Cheerleaders learned new stunts, chants, and pyramids to bring back to campus. The final day of camp was a competition between all divisions. Camp competition is usually split into Division I, Division II and Junior College. However, the decision was made that all divisions would hold a single competition for the four bids.

The Jets learned and performed their Game Day routine at camp, adding their own crowd leading chants and stunts. Coach Quintero said of the Jets camp performance, “I believe we looked very good. Especially since we have seven freshman on the team, who, at that point, had never taken a college class. We were a very young team going against a lot of older and bigger teams.”

The bid winners were:

1. Grambling State University (NCA College National Finals qualifier in 2013)
2. Oklahoma City University (NCA College National Champions in 2013)
3. Tied Northeastern Oklahoma State University (NCA College Nationals 3rd place in 2013)
3. Tied Northern Oklahoma College-Enid (First Year at camp)
The NOC Enid Jets tied for 3rd place against three teams that either won College Nationals or made it to finals. Coach Quintero added, “We had a great showing at camp and had a lot of compliments about how good we looked. Our goal is to make it to Finals at Nationals this year. This will be a tough thing to do because we are looking at having 25 teams in our division. As a squad we are very confident in our ability.”

The Jets Cheer squad is currently raising funds to help pay for the NCA College Nationals in April. Anyone interested in supporting their efforts can contact Coach Josh Quintero at josh.quintero@noc.edu.


Kori Barrios Named Female Student-Athlete of the Week

Kori BarriosKori Barrios has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College Enid softball player of the week for Aug. 19-25. Barrios is a member of both the Jets Softball and Basketball Programs. Kori, a freshman from Elk City, has shown leadership in early workouts and her work ethic is something to be admired. She finished first in the softball team fitness test and ran two miles in 15:47.


Korbin Polston Named Male Student-Athlete of the Week

Korbin PolstonKorbin Polston has been selected as the Northern Oklahoma College Enid baseball player of the week for Aug. 19-25. The sophomore outfielder, from Del City, led his summer team to a runner-up finish in the American Legion Mid-South Regionals. Polston led the Jets in four offensive categories and was Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference second team last season. Korbin is majoring in mathematics and is an honor student.