3 KCC basketball players receive postseason awards from the MCCAA

KCC basketball's MCCAA award-winners Mohammed Albagami, Taylor Jungel and Curtis Trigg.

Three Kellogg Community College basketball players have received postseason awards from the Michigan Community College Athletic Association for their play during the 2016-17 season.

Men’s basketball guard Mohammed Albagami and forward Curtis Trigg, both sophomores from Battle Creek and graduates of Battle Creek Central High School, were awarded MCCAA Western Conference Honorable Mention All-Conference honors.

Women’s basketball sophomore forward/center Taylor Jungel, a Marshall High School graduate from Olivet, was awarded MCCAA Western Conference Third-Team All-Conference honors.

The men’s and women’s basketball teams wrapped up their 2016-17 season earlier this month, just as the KCC baseball and softball teams began regular season play. For more information about each KCC athletics team, including an online form to sign up to receive athletics results by email following each game, visit www.kellogg.edu/athletics.

Pictured in the above photo, from left to right, are Albagami, Jungel and Trigg. For full-size, high-res images of each player, contact KCC Digital Marketer/Writer Simon Thalmann at thalmanns@kellogg.edu.

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