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Apr 27 2019
Baseball Final
9 Pensacola State College
7 vs. Tallahassee
Tallahassee, FL
Apr 26 2019
Baseball Final
2 Tallahassee
4 at Pensacola State College
Pensacola, FL
Apr 24 2019
Baseball Final
2 Tallahassee
5 at Gulf Coast State College
Apr 22 2019
Baseball Final - 7 innings
11 Gulf Coast State College
3 vs. Tallahassee
Apr 20 2019
Baseball Final
3 Northwest Florida State College
2 vs. Tallahassee
Tallahassee, FL

Upcoming

Oct 20 2019
Men's Basketball 3:00 PM EDT
Tallahassee
at Valdosta State University
Oct 25 2019
Men's Cross Country 8:00 AM EDT
at NJCAA Region 8/FCSAA State Cross Country Championships
@ Tallahassee, Fla./Apalachee Regional Park
Oct 25 2019
Women's Cross Country 9:00 AM EDT
at NJCAA Region 8/FCSAA State Cross Country Championships
@ Tallahassee, Fla./Apalachee Regional Park
Nov 02 2019
Women's Basketball 2:00 PM EDT
Daytona State College
vs. Tallahassee
Nov 02 2019
Men's Basketball 4:00 PM EDT
Florida State College at Jacksonville
vs. Tallahassee
More News
Photo courtesy of Greg Rowland
August 23, 2019 Stepping Stones: Jamyra McChristine, Indiana State McChristine was a key contributor for the Eagles
August 20, 2019 Huddleston introduced as Eagles' head coach Huddleston succeeds Franqua "Q" Bedell, who stepped down to become an assistant coach at Missouri State
Photo courtesy of Joe Fenelon
August 19, 2019 Stepping Stones: Juliunn Redmond, Illinois State Redmond returns to her home state where she will be coached by a name familiar to TCC and Tallahassee high school basketball
Photo courtesy of Greg Rowland
August 17, 2019 Stepping Stones: Tyler Lala, Mars Hill Lala is the Eagles' first-ever signee to Mars Hill
Photo courtesy of Greg Rowland
August 16, 2019 Stepping Stones: Benly Olizia, Bemidji State Olizia will have three years of eligibility remaining

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History & Traditions

Tallahassee Community College has produced six Major League Baseball players, most notably two-time All-Star Lorenzo Cain, who was the 2014 ALCS MVP and 2015 World Series Champion with the Kansas City Royals and is currently the starting centerfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers.