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Jones County Junior College Bobcats have claimed the 2013-14 NJCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. It’s the first-ever national title for a Mississippi JUCO school in basketball.JCJC shocked the junior college sports world with an 87-77 victory over top-ranked and top-seeded Indian Hills Community College (Iowa) on Saturday night at the Hutchinson Sports Arena.

The championship is the first-ever in basketball for a Mississippi, MACJC or Region 23 school.The Bobcats, who end the year at 28-5 (a school record for wins in a season), entered the tournament as the 11th seed – and promptly became the lowest seeded school to win an NJCAA basketball title in any division.JCJC became the first ever school to win five games in five days to win the championship. The tournament format changed last year, expanding from 16 to 24 teams.

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