Academic All Conference Students

Press Release

Posted: July 1, 2013

Four Lorain County Community College Students Named As Academic All-Conference

     

Hannah Pinkie of North Olmsted

       

Ian Sooy of Elyria

Four student-athletes at Lorain County Community College have qualified for Academic All Conference honors in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC).  To qualify, the student-athlete must have at least a cumulative GPA of 3.3 and 24 credit hours.
LCCC is a member of the OCCAC in the sports of volleyball and men’s golf.  The student-athletes that have qualified in volleyball are:

  • Shannon Digney of North Ridgeville 
  • Hannah Pinkie of North Olmsted 

The students that have qualified from the golf team are:

  • Roman King of Elyria 
  • Ian Sooy of Elyria

For more information on LCCC athletics visit www.lorainccc.edu/athletics.

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