Wages named BSCC Outstanding Faculty Member

David Wages has been named BSCC's "Most Outstanding Faculty Member" on its Fayette Campus.

College Instructor David Wages is the 2022 recipient of the Bevill State “Outstanding Faculty Award” on the Fayette  Campus. Wages’ education roots run deep at Bevill State Community College. As a student at Fayette County High School, he took four dual enrollment courses beginning in the 11th grade.  


Upward Bound funding continued

Bevill State Community College’s TRIO program - Upward Bound (UB) — has been renewed. The total award for all programs combined is a little more than $1.2 million a year from the Department of Education’s Office of Postsecondary Education. This grant assures the programs’ continuation for the next five years, through 2027.


Bevill wins doubleheader against Central Alabama

Kaleb Allen is shown pitching the second game of a Saturday doubleheader for Bevill against Central Alabama Community College.

After losing a doubleheader to Central Alabama on the road last Friday, Bevill recovered to sweep a doubleheader between the two teams on Saturday. Bevill lost the first game of the series by the score of 11-3. The Bears had an early 3-1 lead before Central Alabama’s bats heated up to put the game away. Brody Cook started the game for Bevill and allowed only one earned run.


Bevill plays well against top-ranked Shelton

The young Bevill State Bears held their own with Shelton State last week, winning one game and losing three, while keeping every game close. Shelton State was selected as the top-ranked team in the conference, and historically has a quality program. Shelton State finished last season as the third best team in the nation in community college baseball.


Bevill splits four-game series with Wallace State

Bevill State Community College opened conference play last week by splitting four games against the number one ranked team in Alabama Community College baseball, Wallace State of Hanceville. The two teams played a doubleheader on the road Thursday, March 10, as Wallace State captured an 11-1 victory in the first game and Bevill won the second game by the score of 4-0.