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Dec 14 2019
Women's Basketball Final
79 Tallahassee
68 vs. Bossier Parish Community College
@ Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola State College Classic
Dec 13 2019
Women's Basketball Final
65 College of Central Florida
73 vs. Tallahassee
@ Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola State College Classic
Dec 07 2019
Women's Basketball Final
61 Hillsborough Community College
73 vs. Tallahassee
@ Niceville, Fla.
Florida College's Women's Basketball Shootout
Dec 06 2019
Women's Basketball Final
64 Miami Dade College
58 vs. Tallahassee
@ Niceville, Fla.
Florida College's Women's Basketball Shootout
Nov 26 2019
Women's Basketball Final
66 Tallahassee
85 at Jones College

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Dec 30 2020
Women's Basketball 2:00 PM EST
Tallahassee
at St. Petersburg College
Jan 04 2020
Women's Basketball 5:30 PM EST
Chipola College
vs. Tallahassee
Tallahassee, FL
Jan 11 2020
Women's Basketball 6:30 PM EST
Tallahassee
at Northwest Florida State College
Jan 15 2020
Women's Basketball 5:30 PM EST
Pensacola State College
vs. Tallahassee
Jan 18 2020
Women's Basketball 3:00 PM EST
Tallahassee
at Gulf Coast State College
More News
November 16, 2019 Eagles dominate USC-Salk for fifth straight win Next game: Thursday vs. Central Florida, 7:30 p.m.
November 15, 2019 Eagle women improve to 4-1 Next game: Saturday vs. USC Salkehatchie, 3 p.m.
Photo courtesy of Michael Schwarz
November 12, 2019 Eagle women victorious in road debut Next game: Friday vs. Denmark Tech, 6:30 p.m. (at Niceville, Fla.)
November 9, 2019 Nikulochkina scores 29 in win over FSCJ Next game: Tuesday at Santa Fe, 5:30 p.m.
Photo courtesy of Greg Rowland
November 7, 2019 Eagles down Palm Beach State to give Huddleston first win Villanueva posts her second straight double-double in the win
Keisy Villanueva posted a double-double in her collegiate debut (photo courtesy of Greg Rowland)
November 2, 2019 Eagle women fall short in season opener Keisy Villanueva posted a double-double in her collegiate debut

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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.