(Aug 2007) Terrance McCollister became the fourth Eastfield Harvester to sign a Letter of Intent to play basketball at Mid-American Christian University of the Sooner conference in Oklahoma. MACU is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Terrance finished the past season as the third leading scorer on the team and also, won awards for Academic player of the year, and Harvester award as well as third team all conference honors in the Metro Athletic Conference.
Also, former player Justin Arrington will be joining Prairie View A&M basketball team for the upcoming 2007-2008 season and Phillip Payton will be transferring to Univ. of Texas at Arlington to study Business and computer technology.
(2007) Greg Boxell and Greg Morgan became the third Harvesters to sign to a four year scholarship this year. Greg Boxell signed with Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. Greg Morgan a Freshman signed with Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma.
Earlier this year at the Christmas break Chris Cooper signed and transferred to Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. Additional signing information will be published once the other student athletes sign on the dotted line.
Coach Fletcher stated " I am very happy for these young men. All three of these young men have made themselves marketable and recruitable. These young men have a bright future ahead of them on and off the court."
Captain Lionel Booker graduated this spring from Eastfield College and has signed a scholarships to play basketball at Lincoln University in Missouri. Lionel is expected to contribute right away for the Blue Tigers. Forward Marvin Richardson has also signed to play in Missouri at Missouri Western State University in the always brutal MIAA conference. 1st Team All Region selection Ryan Boyd has signed to play at Wiley College were they are looking for big things from the skilled wing. Richard Jones has also signed to play with McMurry University in West Texas. Team leading scorer and MVP Kendrake Johnigan signed with Cameron University from the powerful Lonestar conference but decided to come back to Eastfield after a coaching change took place at Cameron University.
On February 14, 2008, Eastfield Basketball players Chris Lee, Anthony Wells and Lionel Booker read to the students at Mackey Elementary for a read-in.
Eastfield Enters M.A.C Tournament as 3rd Seed
(Feb 27, 2008) Eastfield Harvesters enter into the Metro Athletic Conference as the number 3 seed. Our first game is Wednesday, Feb 27 at 6 p.m., in the Brookhaven College gym. View the M.A.C. tournament schedule...
(Feb 12, 2008) NJCAA polls have put Eastfield back in the top ten. Eastfield sits in first place (M.A.C.) with three games left before the M.A.C. tourney, which begins Wed, Feb 27. Eastfield is 20-6 (.770) on the season and 7-2 (.778) in the conference.
Also, your HARVESTERS are undefeated (14-0) at home this year!
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Nov. 20, 2007) - The No. 1 ranking in first NJCAA Men's Division III basketball poll of the 2007-08 season belongs to Eastfield College of Mesquite, Texas. The Harvesters have an 8-1 overall record in the early stages of the season and received 66 total votes and three first place votes. Eastfield College was ranked 20th in the pre-season rankings.
(Oct 2007) The Eastfield College Harvesters Basketball Team is ranked the #20 Team in the Nation in the NJCAA 2007-08 Preseason Poll. We hope all can come out and support your Harvesters this season.