Concordia College Alabama Hornets

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Team Colors: Green & Yellow
1712 Broad Street
Selma, Alabama 36701

Enrollment: 719
Founded: 1922
President: Rev. Dr. Tilahun Mekonnen Mendedo
Athletic Director: Dexter Jackson

Name Title Phone Email
Dexter Jackson Athletic Director (334) 874-5700 ext 19712 [email protected]
Jeanfaud Jean Men's Soccer Coach 786-357-0075 [email protected]
Chico Clevelan Volleyball Coach 334-874-5700 [email protected]
Howard White Women's Basketball Coach 334-874-5700 x19810 [email protected]
Andre Williams Men's Basketball Coach 334-874-5700 [email protected]
Nicholas Sturdivant Softball Coach 334-874-5700 [email protected]
Curtis Wimberly Baseball Coach 334-874-5700 x19816 [email protected]
Marquez Gibson Track and Field Coach 334-874-5700 [email protected]



  • Two New Volleyball Recruits Commit to CCA
    May 19, 2016

    Two new Lady Hornet volleyball recruits have signed with Concordia from Barbour County High School out of Clayton, AL.

    Patrice Blackmon and Breanna McCray were both praised as examples of standout student athletes.

    "Both students will be be a great asset to the Lady Hornet Program," said head coach Katasha Turner. "I can't wait to see the potential they will demonstrate in this upcoming season."

  • Softball Team Attends Grace Lutheran Church
    May 18, 2016

    The Concordia softball team recently traveled to Mobile, Alabama where they attended Grace Lutheran Church.

  • Softball Adds First New Recruit
    May 17, 2016

    Head softball coach Katasha Turner has signed the first new softball recruit for the 2017 season.

    Christina Shamburger, a right fielder from Thomasville High School in Thomasville, Alabama, will join the Lady Hornets in the fall. A signing ceremony was held last week for Shamburger at Thomasville High School.

  • Putting in the Work: Athletes Begin Summer Training
    July 21, 2015
    With the start of the 2015 fall semester just weeks away, the Hornets athletic teams will soon begin summer conditioning and training camps.
    All athletes will arrive on campus this month to begin preparing for their respective seasons, most of which kick off in mid-August. The Soccer Team, which has added several new players to its roster, arrived on campus July 19th. The football and volleyball teams will arrive shortly after, on July 31st.
    The Cheerleaders and Magnificent Marching Hornets Band will also take part in summer training beginning on July 31st, where they will learn new music and routines to perform next season. In addition to rehearsals, they will enjoy social and recreational activities. ?It is important to work hard, but also have fun,? said band director, Steven Johnson.
    All non-athlete students will arrive on campus August 10th, and classes begin August 17th. Visit our website calendar for more details on these and other important dates.
  • Soccer Team Signs Standout Goalie
    July 21, 2015
    The CCA Soccer Team has announced that Matt Fallon, a standout goalie from Hamel Hempstead, England, will be joining the roster this year. Fallon comes to Concordia after helping lead his former team to a 17-3-1 record last season.
    Head coach, Emanuel Stephens, says that Fallon will help fill a big need for the Hornets at goalie, as one of the top goalkeepers in school history, Fredy Mendoza, graduated last spring.
    ?Matt is a very experienced goalkeeper and will be a great asset this season,? Coach Stephens said. ?His size makes him a big presence in the goal, and he backs that up by being solid in the air. He is good with the ball at his feet and a great shot stopper with good agility.?
    The Soccer Team arrived on campus July 19, and have begun training for the 2015 season.
  • CCA Men's Soccer Team Posts 3.46 Fall GPA
    December 16, 2014

    Selma, AL. ? Not only was it an exceptional year on the field for the Concordia College Alabama men?s soccer team, it also proved to be an outstanding year in the classroom as well.

    CCA men?s soccer announced today that the team posted a 3.46 grade point average (GPA) for the fall semester. Even more impressive is that the GPA was earned during the season.

    Fifteen of the 19- player roster had GPA?s of 3.0 or higher with 13 over 3.50. Three team members posted 4.0 GPA?s for the past semester.

    The Hornets ended the year at 13-5 and advanced to their first semi-finals appearance since the 2009 season. The 2014 Hornets amassed the second most wins in program history.

    ?I am really proud of the culture within the men?s soccer program as the team finished the season in the semi-finals on the field and over a 3.4 GPA in the classroom said head coach Emanuel Stephens.?

    Academic Pride List
    Witschell Louis
    Samorah Jean-Louis
    Marc Esperance
    Davemayer Lumdi
    Danilo Silva
    Edwens Exume
    Alejandro Castro
    Diego Outeiral
    Fredy Mendoza
    Tomas Wais
    Richardson Fosoasse
    Jorge Guarin
    Merancin Wadleste
    Maximilian Schellmann
    Sunday Ogundipe
  • Hornets Win on the Road
    November 11, 2014
    The Men's Basketball team defeated Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins, TX Saturday November 8th, 2014 with a score of 76-63. The Hornets were led in scoring by Dennis Miles with 26pts-14rebs followed by Ken Atwood and Guy Burnes each finishing with 16pts.
    Deshon Williams drained 2 crucial 3 point baskets during the final two minutes of play to put the game away for good. The Hornets will be in action again Thursday in an exhibition game at Wallace Community College November 13th at 6pm.
  • Soccer Team Lends a Hand
    October 13, 2014
    Concordia College Alabama Soccer players Fredy Mendoza, Berni Michaud, Danilo Silva, Tomas Wais, Jorge Guarin, Jose Junior Francois, Maximilian Schellmann and head soccer coach Emanuel Stephens recently volunteered their time at the Valley Grande Elementary School Fall Festival.
    The team helped run some of the game booths, including the cake-walk, football throw, skee ball, train ride, and go fishing just to name a few. ?We really enjoyed helping at the festivities,? said Maximilian Schellmann (freshman from Germany). ?Coach Stephens always expresses the importance of giving back to the community.?
    The players worked with four teachers from Valley Grande Elementary School: Mrs. Gloria Graham, Mrs. Cindy Evans, Mrs. Tracy Perkins, and Mrs. Eboni Stephens.
    "Our student-athletes do a great job and enjoy spending time with the youth in our community," said Coach Stephens. "I know we appreciate all the support we get from people in our community and this is an opportunity for us to give back."
  • Soccer Opens Season With 3-0 Win
    August 25, 2014

    Selma, AL - Concordia soccer team opened their 2014 season on Thursday with a 3-0 win over Ave Maria in Ave Maria, FL.

    The Hornets opened the scoring with a goal by Danilo Silva in the 21st minute of play.

    Diego Outeiral scored the Hornets second goal at the 24th minute mark from the penalty spot. Maximilian Schellmann scored the final goal in the 35th minute with the assist going to Tomas Wais.

    The Hornets defense was stellar throughout the whole game, holding the Gyrenes to just two shots on goal for the entire game, both of which were stopped by Fredy Mendoza, to seal the shutout and give CCA a 1-0-0 overall record.

    Game Stats:

    Diego Outeiral - 1 assist 1 goal
    Danilo Silva - 1 goal
    Maximilian Schellmann - 1 goal
    Tomas Wais - 1 assist

  • Hornets to Attend HBCU Classic
    July 17, 2014

    The Concordia men?s and women?s basketball teams are set to attend the Fourth Annual HBCU Classic basketball tournament this fall. The tournament will be held in Memphis, Tennessee at Southwest Tennessee Community College.