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Athlete of the Week for week of September 14-20, 2014
NICK BOATMAN (5’ 6” Freshman from Lakewood, OH (Lakewood HS))
Nick finished second out of 71 runners at the Commodore Invitational cross country meet on September 19th, the only home meet of the season for LCCC. Lansing Community College is ranked 9th in the country in NJCAA Division I cross country poll, Nick was the only non-Lansing runner in the top 9. He was only 8 seconds slower than at the Walsh University cross country race, a much easier course than at LCCC (these are the two 8k races Nick has run in his college career). Nick’s finish was the highest individual finish for an LCCC runner in the 4 year history of the Commodore Invitational. Way to go Nick!

Also nominated this week: GABBY WOODS, Volleyball. From Sheffield Lake, OH (Brookside HS). Gabby was instrumental in helping LCCC defeat Lakeland in 5 sets and led the team in kills verses Notre Dame. For the week, Gabby had 26 kills out of 46 attempts for a kill percentage of 57% and a kill efficiency of 0.348. Gabby’s mammoth hits kept the opponents ducking for cover when she was dropping the hammer-like arm on the ball. Gabby enjoys her sweets off the court while dishing out a lot of punishment on the court.


Athlete of the Week for week of September 7-13, 2014
KADY WHITSEL (5’ 6” Freshman from Sheffield Lake, OH (Brookside HS))
For the week, Kady hit 92% with 44% kills and a kill efficiency of 36% in LCCC’s five matches that resulted in four victories. She had 127 assists and 75 digs in those 5 matches. Kady served at 96% while tallying up 12 aces for a 14% ace rate. At 5’6”, Kady is one of the shorter front row players at this level but produces big numbers. She likes chicken and fish on the grill and if you don’t see her in the gym you will find her in the weight room. This coming Saturday (9/20), Kady will be running in the Cedar Point Color Run with family and friends. Good luck Kady!

Also nominated this week: BEN TOOLE, Men’s Cross Country. From Lakewood, OH (Lakewood HS). As the top runner for LCCC, Ben finished 9th out of 57 runners at the Bruce Bridgman Invitational hosted by Finger Lakes Community College on Friday. Some of the same runners that our team will face at the 2014 National Championship Meet were in the race; a top 10 finish at this race is tremendous! Ben is a first year student here at LCCC.


Athlete of the Week for week of August 31-September 6, 2014Paige Elias
PAIGE ELIAS (5’ 5” Sophomore from Brunswick, OH (Brunswick HS))
In four matches this week, Paige Elias led the LCCC Volleyball Team to three victories. Paige, in her second year with the team, had 95.8% serve reception in 5.14 serve receptions per set. She also had 68 total digs for the four matches which equals 4.86 digs per set. Paige plays the libero position this season, which she earned with her outstanding serve reception and defense early in the season. She is a quiet leader of the team, leading by example.

Also nominated this week: TOM WYNNE , Men’s Soccer. Freshman from Grafton, OH (Midview HS). In 2 games last week (in win on Thursday vs. OSU-Mansfield, 8-0; in lost on Saturday vs. Mercyhurst NE) Tom scored 4 goals and had 3 assists.


Athlete of the Week for week of August 24-30, 2014
Mercedes SpechtMERCEDES SPECHT (5’ ½” Sophomore from Bellevue (Bellevue HS))
Mercedes Specht started out the 2014 cross country season with a 13th place finish out of 29 runners in the women’s 5K race at the Wooster Invitational on August 29th. Mercedes covered the hilly course in 22:25 on a hot, humid day. The race was held on her birthday! LCCC was the only junior college at the meet, which included Wooster, Hiram, Oberlin, Pointe Park and Franciscan. Congratulations and Happy Birthday Mercedes!!



Kara SzaboAthlete of the Week for week of August 17-23, 2014
KARA SZABO 
(5’10” Sophomore from Elyria (Elyria HS))
The LCCC Volleyball Team started out their 2014 season with two victories in a Tri-Match held at home on Saturday, August 23rd. Kara Szabo led the charge of the three game sweep of both Tri-C and Schoolcraft. In the two matches this weekend, Kara had 16 kills on 28 attempts with a hitting percent 82% and a kill efficiency of 0.393. Way to go Kara!

 


LCCC Student-Athletes Earn Academic Awards in 2013-14 Season 
Lorain County Community College is pleased to announce six LCCC student-athletes have earned Academic All-Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) and two LCCC student-athletes have earned National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Academic Awards for the 2013-14 season. The students come from four different LCCC sports.   

To earn Academic All-OCCAC, a student must have at least a 3.30 cumulative GPA with at least 24 credits hours.  The three volleyball players that achieved this honor are:

  • Katlynne Baker (VB): Freshman from Lorain (Clearview High School), 3.579 GPA.
  • Rachael Bolmeyer (VB): Freshman from Lorain (Clearview High School), 3.854 GPA.
  • Hannah Pinkie (VB): Sophomore from North Olmsted (Christian Community High School), 3.667 GPA. 

Joining the volleyball players as Academic All-OCCAC were two cross country runners and one golfer (with a perfect 4.00 GPA).

  • Jarek Beltowski (XC): Sophomore from Sullivan, OH (Black River High School), 3.343 GPA.
  • Cassandra Snyder (XC): Sophomore from Elyria (New London High School), 3.609 GPA.
  • Kyle DiCapua (Golf): Freshman from Avon Lake (Luther West High School), 4.00 GPA. 

NJCAA Academic Awards winners must have completed three full-time semesters and a minimum of 45 credit hours. There are three different levels of NJCAA individual academic achievement. Earning Superior Academic Achievement honors was Alikhan Tulebayev (men’s basketball) a sophomore from Pavlodar Kazakhstan ( Public School #8) with a 3.83 GPA.  Hannah Pinkie (VB) also earned NJCAA honors with Exemplary Academic Achievement with her 3.667 GPA.

Congratulations to these LCCC student-athletes for their outstanding academic accomplishments!

 

 Katlynn Baker Rachael Bolmeyer  Hannah Pinkie 
 Jarek Beltowski  Cassandra Snyder  Kyle DiCapua
Ali tulebayev

 

Intercollegiate Athletics Programs at LCCC

The Health, Physical Education and Recreation division provides a diverse recreational and competitive sports opportunity for the students, faculty and staff of Lorain County Community College and community members. 

If you are interested in participating in any of our athletics programs, click here to complete our online inquiry form.

  • Club Sports
    Competitive Clubs may involve trying out for the club. These clubs compete with other university sponsored club teams, two and four year sports teams. These clubs charge a participation fee to its members for these athletic activities. Club sports are available in:

Men's Club Soccer

Women's Club Soccer

Co-Ed Club Tennis

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  • Varsity Athletics
    The varsity athletics program fosters personal achievement in academics, physical fitness, leadership, civic responsibility and team work through athletic participation. Intercollegiate sports are available in:

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Schedule of home games for fall sports teams coming soon.

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