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CCC&TI Women’s Basketball team signs several talented players from across the area

HUDSON, NC (May 30, 2018)…The Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute Women’s Basketball team has signed several talented players from across the area for the 2018-2019 season.

Aaliyah Vereen, a point guard from Hunter Huss High School in Gastonia, is transferring to CCC&TI after playing last season at Brunswick Community College. Head Coach Richie Covington said she is a ball distributor with excellent ball-handling skills.

Chrissy White, a shooting guard from South Point High School in Belmont, is transferring to CCC&TI from Brunswick Community College with two years of eligibility remaining. Covington said she is a solid guard and an excellent shooter from the perimeter.

Amaiya Williams, a forward from Freedom High School in Morganton, is a versatile player and a great defender, Covington said.

Tabitha Pearson, a forward from Freedom High School in Morganton, is a hardworking player that will add a winning attitude to the team, Covington said.

CCC&TI Women’s Basketball Signees Aaliyah Vereen (front, center) and Chrissy White (front, right) are joined by CCC&TI Women’s Basketball Head Coach Richie Covington (front, left), CCC&TI Athletic Director Matt Anderson (rear, left), CCC&TI Director of Admissions Dennis Seagle Jr. (rear, center) and CCC&TI Vice President of Student Services Dena Holman (rear, right).
CCC&TI Women’s Basketball Signee Amaiya Williams (front, center, red shirt) is joined by her friend Hannah Lyons (front, far left), sister Ilana Williams (front, left), her mother Melisa Williams (front right, right), CCC&TI Athletic Director Matt Anderson (rear, far left), CCC&TI Women’s Basketball Head Coach Richie Covington (rear, left) CCC&TI Director of Admissions Dennis Seagle Jr. (rear, right) and CCC&TI Vice President of Student Services Dena Holman (rear, far right).
CCC&TI Women’s Basketball Signee Tabitha Pearson is joined by (second row, left to right) CCC&TI Women’s Basketball Head Coach Richie Covington, Tabitha’s father Brent Pearson and CCC&TI Athletic Director Matt Anderson.