McCain Signs with Hiwassee College
K.T. McCain signs her Letter of Intent to play soccer at Hiwassee College. Standing behind her are: (L to R) Carter High soccer coach Mark Proctor, Hiwassee College soccer coach Dustin Debty, Dennis McCain and Kim McCain.
Parents and coaches surround Carter High School senior Kimesha Tayler (K.T.) McCain recently as she signed a Letter of Intent to play soccer at Hiwassee College, located in Madisonville, TN. McCain will trade in her Hornets uniform for one with the Hiwassee College Tigers and play under the direction of Coach Dustin Debty.
Debty remarked, “I am very excited to have K.T. here at Hiwassee College. Her experience will go a long way in helping rebuild the team this season.”
Mark Proctor, Carter High School soccer coach said, “I am very proud of K.T. for choosing Hiwassee College to study and play for. It is very exciting to have her play college soccer so close to home.”
McCain is looking forward to playing soccer at Hiwassee College. In an interview, McCain stated, “I chose Hiwassee because of the athletic and academic opportunities. And I love the campus!”
McCain’s parents are excited to see their daughter sign with Hiwassee College. Her father, Dennis McCain, stated, “I am happy for the opportunity that my daughter has to extend her education and to play soccer on the collegiate level. I am proud of her and appreciative of Hiwassee College.”
Hiwassee College will be holding open soccer tryouts this Saturday, June 23 at 12:00 p.m. For additional information, interested parties may contact Dustin Debty at 423-519-7179 or email him at email@example.com.
Hiwassee College is a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA), and plays in the Mid-East Region. Founded in 1849 and associated with the United Methodist Church, Hiwassee College is a liberal arts, residential institution of higher education, providing quality education for all students in an atmosphere that promotes intellectual pursuit, spiritual growth, and social and personal responsibility.