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LCCC AD’s Spring High Honor Roll & Honor Roll Announced

Lorain County Community College is pleased to recognize our student-athletes that earned Athletic Director’s High Honor Roll (GPA of 3.5 or better for Spring semester or cumulative) and Honor Roll (GPA […]

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Nick Bene

Commodores Ousted By Schoolcraft in Rain-Delayed Game, 7-2

Lorain County Community College held a 2-0 lead after 5-1/2 innings before Schoolcraft College tied the game in the bottom of the sixth and added five runs in the decisive seventh inning on the way to eliminating the Commodores from the NJCAA D-III, Region 12 baseball tournament, 7-2, at Sprenger Stadium on Saturday afternoon, May 12.

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Commodores Edged in the Eighth Inning by Delta College, 7-5, in NJCAA Tournament

The Lorain County Community College baseball team led Delta College, 5-4, going into the bottom of the eighth inning, but the Pioneers scored three times to take a 7-5 victory over LCCC in the opening game of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III, Region 12, baseball tournament at Sprenger Stadium on Friday afternoon, May 11.

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Kevin Simon

Commodores Open NJCAA Region 12 Tournament Against Delta College on Friday 

The Lorain County Community College baseball team has already won 16 games this season, establishing its highest regular season win total since joining the NJCAA in 2010. Now the Commodores will open the three-team, NJCAA, D-III, Region 12 tournament on Friday, May 11, against Delta (MI) College at Sprenger Stadium at noon. The winner will then play top-seeded Schoolcraft (MI) College at approximately 4:30 p.m. The double-elimination tournament will continue through Saturday (noon and 4:30) and, if necessary, Sunday.

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The 2018 LCCC Baseball Team

Bonacuse’s Three-Hitter Earns LCCC a Split With Clark State CC; Commodores Set Regular Season Win Total With 16 

Sophomore pitcher Nate Bonacuse tossed a complete game, three-hitter as Lorain County Community College won the opener of a twin-bill against Clark State CC, 6-1, at The Pipeyard in Lorain on Sunday, May 6.

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