RT @TBird_Athletics: Mesa athletics finishes 19th of more than 400 schools in NATYCAA Cup standings http://t.co/WOPlqce6mJ
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A college degree is growing in importance. https://t.co/bdyRDq1HVU
An interesting ROI in time at MCC: 80% of students who transfer to a university do so at a sophomore level or higher.
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Posted on January 15, 2013 by Sally Mesarosh
There has always been something smooth about Tylor Wimbish on the basketball court.
Whether it is cutting to the basket or his release on a 12-foot jump shot, the former Mountain Pointe star can make the game look easy at times.
It is one of the reasons, along with his work ethic, that Wimbish is flourishing at Mesa Community College with opportunities to play at a four-year school just around the corner.
Wimbish’s decision to attend MCC working out - Ahwatukee Foothills News_ Sports.pdf
Arizona Republic. January 11, 2013
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