Athletes in the News
Interested in joining our Women's Basketball Team? Winter Tryouts scheduled for Monday, December 16, 2013. Click here for more information.
Emily Nagy Earns Player of the Week Honors
The Lorain County Community College Women's Basketball Team is proud to announce that Emily Nagy (Keystone High School/Lagrange) has been chosen as the National Junior College Athletic Association Player of the Week in Division III for the week of November 1st to November 10th. Through the Commodores’ first four games of the season, Nagy is averaging a double-double and leads the team in points and rebounds. She averaged 18.5 points/game and 10.8 rebounds/game over the first four games of the season to earn this honor.
Volleyball Team Hits Most Wins Ever for Season
Congratulations to the LCCC Volleyball Team who broke the record for season wins on Wednesday, October 16, 2013! The Commodores' record for the 2013 season stands at 23-11, breaking the past record of 22 wins in a season. Four regular season games remain, in addition to post-season play. Their remaining regular season games will all be played at home, followed by the Regional Tournament in Rockville, MD on November 2-3. If all goes well, it will be a trip to the Nationals in Rochester, MN on November 15-17. Good luck ladies in continuing your winning ways!!
LCCC Student-Athletes Earn Academic Honors
Lorain County Community College is pleased to announce four student-athletes have qualified for Academic All-Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) honors. 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 (North Ridgeville/Buckeye High School) and Hannah Pinkie (North Olmsted/Christian Community College). The student-athletes that have qualified from the golf team are Roman King (Elyria High School/Elyria) and Ian Sooy (Open Door Christian School/Elyria).
LCCC Cross Country Runner Signs to Run at Coker College
Congratulations to Hannah Cook, who recently graduated from Lorain County Community College in May with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Sports & Fitness Management and has signed a Letter of Intent to continue her education and cross country career at Coker College in South Carolina.
"My time here at LCCC will have a lasting impact on my future career and daily life, said Cook. "The dedication and inspiration my coaches and teachers provided have helped make me the person I am today. I feel more than prepared to continue my education at Coker College and step up to the higher competition as I move from NJCAA to NCAA, with the coaching I have had throughout my two years here. Thank you Commodores, I am now proud to say I have made the transition from Commodore to Cobra!"
Cook, of Nova, Ohio is a Mapleton High School graduate. While at LCCC, she participated in both cross country and basketball for two years. She was a First Team NJCAA Division III All American in cross country in 2012, finishing 4th in the national meet in Delhi, New York.
“We're really proud of Hannah and excited for her as she takes the next steps in her academic and cross country careers,” said Katie Marquard, LCCC assistant athletic director. “Hannah is a wonderful representation of LCCC's student athletes.”
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.
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- Club Sports
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- Varsity Athletics
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