Women's Varsity Basketball

LCCC BasketballWomen's Varsity Basketball

Coach Vincent Granito
Email: vgranito@lorainccc.edu
Phone
: (440) 366-4707

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 Members of 2014-15 LCCC Women's Basketball Team
Front Row (L to R) Alycia Mathis, Onyx Lopez, Raveen Horn, Katlynne Baker.  Back Row (L to R) Molly Linn, Katelyn Thornton, Hannah Grablovic, Gabby Woods, Alexis Werley, JaQuetta Davis.


2014-15 Women's Basketball Team News
Women End Their Season with a Loss to Mid Michigan CC - February 20, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Mid Michigan Community College 92-34 in the Division III Region XII Championship game Friday night. The Lady Commodores end their season with a 5-24 overall record and 0-14 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Mid Michigan moved their record to 20-5 overall.

The Lady Commodores ended their season with the lost in the Division III Region XII Championship game to Mid Michigan Community College. LCCC had a tough time on offense, especially in the first half, scoring just nine first half points. The leading scorer in LCCC’s final game was freshman Molly Linn, who had seven points, five rebounds, and one steal. To end their LCCC careers, sophomores Gabby Woods and Katlynne Baker had solid performances. Woods had six points, six rebounds, and one block, while Baker had five points, two assists, one rebound, and four steals. “They give 100% all the time,” praised LCCC Head Coach Tony Naples about his two sophomores. “They do everything you ask them to do. They’re going to be successful in life.”

The smaller roster size really was a tough situation for the team. Coach Naples noted that it was tough to practice during the season without ten players to practice with. But even with the small roster, Coach Naples loved his team saying, “They play hard every game.” The Lady Commodores will look to get stronger next season and improve on a tough 2014-15 season.
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Women’s Basketball Fall to Owens CC in Final Regular Season Game - February 18, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Owens Community College 85-48 Wednesday night. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-23 on the season and 0-14 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Owens elevated their record to 27-1 overall and remained in first place in the conference at 12-0.

The Lady Commodores lost their final regular season game of the year in a game of two halfs versus the talented first place Owens Community College. LCCC Head Coach Tony Naples said that the girls struggled with rebounding and turnovers in the first half, but played one of their better stretches of the year in the second half. The Lady Commodores had 16 turnovers in the first half, but only had nine in the second half. LCCC was outrebounded 29-13 in the first half, but was only beaten on the boards by Owens 15-14 in the second half. Coach Naples liked how sophomore guard Katlynne Baker played in the game, leading the team in points with 13, rebounds with seven, and assists with three. Freshman guard Onyx Lopez was the other Lady Commodore in double figures scoring, scoring 10 points with her three rebounds and three steals. Coach Naples really liked how the team looked in second half and believes it could be a good stepping-stone for their playoff game on Friday.

The Lady Commodores will battle Mid Michigan Community College in the Division III Regional 12 playoff game. LCCC’s women basketball’s playoff game at Lorain County Community College will tipoff at 5:30 p.m. on Friday.
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Women’s Basketball Team Fall to Columbus State CC at Home - February 14, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Columbus State Community College 86-44 Saturday afternoon. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-22 on the season and 0-13 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Columbus State elevated their record to 18-3 overall and 9-2 in the conference.

On a blusterous afternoon, the Lady Commodores fell in their final regular season home game of the year. The women continued to struggle with turnovers and rebounding, which allowed Columbus State to build a large lead. LCCC Head Coach Tony Naples said that those two areas are the biggest problems for the team. LCCC had 27 turnovers that amounted to 31 points for the opponent. The Lady Commodores were outrebounded 41-27 by Columbus St. and gave up 18 offensive rebounds to the Columbus St.
Even in the loss, the women played tough throughout. LCCC was led in scoring by freshman guard Onyx Lopez, who scored 11 points. In the final regular season home game of their LCCC career, sophomore guard Katlynne Baker and sophomore forward Gabby Woods showed great leadership like they had all season. “Two kids I’ll never forget,” said Coach Naples about his sophomore pair. “They were great for our program. Without a doubt they were two leaders on the team, not always by what they say, but by how they do things.”

Coach Naples stressed rebounding and turnovers as the big issues the team must improve going forward. The Lady Commodores play their final game of the regular season on Wednesday versus Owens Community College.
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Women Lose Close Battle at Home Versus Tri-C - February 11, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Cuyahoga Community College 53-50 Wednesday night. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-21 on the season and 0-12 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Cuyahoga elevated their record to 7-12 overall and 3-6 in the conference.

The Lady Commodores played a tight game that came down to the final seconds. The two teams were never separated by more than 10 points. LCCC Assistant Coach Paul Wasmundt said, “They gave everything they had, they fought non-stop.” LCCC had a couple of opportunities to tie the game with under two minutes to go, but just couldn’t get the big basket when they needed it. “We just fell a little bit short,” Coach Wasmundt said following the loss. “If one ball goes our way, one rebound goes our way, it could have been a different game.” The women played a complete team effort with seven players notching at least a basket. The leading scorer for the Lady Commodores was freshman guard Onyx Lopez, who had 12 points, six rebounds, three assists, and one steal. Freshman guard Katelyn Thornton joined Lopez in double figures scoring with 10 points along with her four rebounds. The Lady Commodores were hurt by their 30 turnovers in the game that led to 28 points for Cuyahoga.

Coach Wasmundt added that the biggest issues to shore up for the next game are ball control and turnovers. The Lady Commodores will be back at in action on Saturday, when they face Columbus State Community College at home. Tipoff at LCCC for the women will be at 1 p.m.
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Women’s Basketball Lose to Cincinnati State CC - February 7, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost 98-48 to Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Saturday afternoon. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-20 on the season and 0-11 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Cincinnati State elevated their record to 15-9 overall and 6-3 in the conference.

The Lady Commodores played tough early with just six players, staying within a few points of Cincinnati State with five minutes left in the first half. “We played a very good first half … the problem we ran into was that we only had six players today,” said LCCC Head Coach Tony Naples following the loss. “We just ran out of gas.”

The limited lineup for LCCC fell behind late in first half, ending the half down 48-27. “Our kids just got tired and started turning the ball over.” The full-court press that Cincinnati State put on the Lady Commodores really compounded the lack of bench, too. All six players for LCCC scored with three players reaching double figures in scoring. Freshman guard Molly Linn led the Lady Commodores with a team-high 14 points along with her five rebounds and one steal. Freshman guard Katelyn Thornton added 10 points, seven rebounds, three assists, and one steal. “I’m proud of the kids, they did a great job. They played really well, every one of them. All six of them played really good today,” praised Coach Naples following the game.

“It’s a good character builder for us, it’s going to make us a better team.” Coach Naples continued to stress the importance of rebounding to getting LCCC on the winning side. 
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Women’s Basketball Loses to Lakeland CC on Snowy Evening - February 4, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Lakeland Community College 77-49 Wednesday night. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-19 on the season and 0-10 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Lakeland elevated their record to 12-11 overall and 5-3 in the conference.

The Lady Commodores had a tough first half when two of their starting five players went out for most of the half with injuries. The two players returned in the second half with a halftime deficit of 19, but the team overall played better in the second half with them back. LCCC Head Coach Tony Naples said the biggest reason for the loss today was the recurring problem of rebounding. Lakeland outrebounded LCCC 40-25 in the game, including 18 offensive rebounds for Lakeland. “That’s what killed us today. We just couldn’t rebound,” said Coach Naples. The leading scorer for the Lady Commodores was freshman guard Onyx Lopez, who had 16 points along with two rebounds, two assists, and two steals. “She (Lopez) did a nice job of playing the way she’s supposed to. She didn’t force anything,” praised Coach Naples. The other Lady Commodore in double figures in the game was freshman forward Hannah Grablovic. Grablovic posted 10 points, three rebounds, and two assists in the defeat. “They played hard, we did a nice job offensively. We got a lot of good shots, we didn’t make them all,” Coach Naples said after the game.

“We got to get better at rebounding and defending the ball,” Coach Naples said. “Offensively we’re doing a nice job … but shots just aren’t falling,” explained Coach Naples. The Lady Commodores will travel to Cincinnati State on Saturday.
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Women’s Basketball Fall to Edison CC and Sinclair CC Over the Weekend - January 30-31, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team had a tough weekend losing both their games. LCCC fell to Edison Community College 58-54 Friday night and Saturday afternoon, LCCC lost to Sinclair Community College 80-38. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-18 on the season and 0-9 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Edison elevated their record to 3-15 overall and 2-5 in the conference. Sinclair is 15-8 overall and 5-3 in the conference after the win on Saturday.

Friday night, the Lady Commodores lost 58-54 in a close game to Edison Community College in their first game of the weekend. LCCC started off the game cold shooting, scoring only 14 points in the first half, but answered it with a very good second half, scoring 40 points in the second half. The women had a chance to tie the game late in the second half, but were unable to get over the hump. The surge in the second half was not enough to garner the win. Freshman guard Molly Linn led Lorain by notching a double-double with a team-high 15 points and 13 rebounds, along with three assists, three steals, and one block. Sophomore forward Gabby Woods also added a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds, while also getting two assists, one block, and one steal. The other player who scored in double digits for the Lady Commodores was freshman guard Katelyn Thornton, notching 14 points, six rebounds, two assists, one steal, and one block.

Both Edison and LCCC struggled shooting the ball on Friday with Edison shooting just 29.5% from the field and LCCC shooting just 33.9% from the field. Edison took advantage of the foul line over LCCC making 22 of 35 from the line, while the Commodores only made 10 of 23 from the line. This defeat was a disappointing start of the weekend for the Lady Commodores.

On Saturday, the Lady Commodores fell to Sinclair Community College 80-38. In the first half, the game was neck and neck, but once the second half started, Sinclair pulled away from LCCC. “In the second half we just didn’t have the gas to stay up with them … we just ran out of gas,” LCCC Head Coach Tony Naples said after the loss. Even in the loss, Coach Naples was very impressed with Katelyn Thornton. “Katelyn Thornton really stepped it up this weekend … she gained a little bit of confidence this weekend,” praised Coach Naples. Coach Naples thinks the team played hard in the game, but simply the shots did not go in for the Lady Commodores.

Rebounding was the biggest issue in the loss. LCCC was hurt by the many second chance rebounds they allowed to Sinclair. It gave Sinclair the advantage in shot attempts because they would get second chance shots, while LCCC would be one and done in their offensive possessions. “If we can rebound, we can win. That’s basically what our message to the girls is going to be for the rest of the year,” Coach Naples said following the two defeats this weekend. 

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Women’s Basketball Fight Hard in Loss to Owens CC - Jauary 28, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Owens Community College 88-37 Wednesday night. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-16 on the season and 0-7 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Owens elevated their record to 21-1 overall and 6-0 in the conference.

The Lady Commodores played very tough against the #3 ranked NJCAA Division II and the top OCCAC women’s team. LCCC Head Coach Tony Naples said, “We played real well defensively. We just didn’t handle pressure well.” They played close to Owens for most of the first half, falling behind 41-20 at halftime. Freshman guard Onyx Lopez led the charge in the first half, finishing the game with 12 points, three rebounds, one assist, and three steals. Coach Naples said, “Onyx had a very good first half.” The team had a hard time on the boards, getting outrebounded by Owens 50-32 in the game. Sophomore forward Gabby Woods had another strong game in the paint, scoring eight points and grabbing a team-high eight rebounds. Owens played 12 players in the game with every player scoring at least two points.
“Rebounding is still our biggest problem,” said Coach Naples about what they need to work on for next game. The Lady Commodores will look to get back on the winning side when they travel to Edison Community College on Friday. Tipoff for the women will be at 5:30 p.m.
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Women’s Basketball Lose to Edison CC - January 24, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Edison Community College 68-46 Saturday afternoon. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-15 on the season and 0-6 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference. Edison elevated their record to 2-14 overall and 1-4 in the conference.

The Lady Commodores fell behind in the first half because of turnovers, ending the half down 39-18. Head Coach Tony Naples said, “We just beat ourselves.” In the second half the women played right with Edison, playing solid defense and moving the ball on the offense. The player of the game for the Lady Commodores was sophomore forward Gabby Woods, who played well on both sides of the court. Woods posted six points and nine rebounds, while on defense she had five blocks and four steals. Coach Naples praised Woods, saying, “Gabby is our strongest inside player.” Freshman guard Onyz Lopez led the scoring for LCCC with 14 points, along with three rebounds and one assist. Freshman forward Alexis Werley added 10 points and three rebounds for the Lady Commodores. Guard Brooke Dunlevy, who scored a game-high 26 points and also notched six rebounds and five assists, led Edison.

The Lady Commodores will look to end their losing streak this coming Wednesday at home versus Owens Community College. Tipoff for the women at LCCC is 5:30 p.m.
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Another Tough Loss for LCCC at Cuyahoga CC - January 21, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Cuyahoga Community College 77-57 Wednesday night. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-14 on the season and 0-5 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference. Cuyahoga elevated their record to 4-9 overall and 1-3 in the conference.

The Lady Commodores trailed 39-35 at halftime, after playing a decent first half. “The women played a very good first half of basketball keeping to the game plan strategy,” said Head Coach Tony Naples. But Cuyahoga CC was able to pull away in the second half. “Unfortunately they lost focus and reverted back to their bad habit of not rebounding or playing defense within the team concept in the second half,” Coach Naples explained.

The Lady Commodores were led offensively by two freshmen, Onyx Lopez (Lorain) and Katelyn Thornton (Lutheran West). Lopez scored 19 points along with grabbing four rebounds and dishing two assists. Thornton scored 15 points to go along with her three rebounds, two assists, and two steals. Sophomore Gabby Woods (Brookside) had a team-high 12 rebounds, while also scoring eight points in the defeat.
“Katelyn Thornton, Onyx Lopez, and Gabby Woods played very well at times but we need to play as a team for 40 minutes. We need to play as a team 40 minutes a game if we are going to win,” said Coach Naples following the loss. LCCC will look to do just that on Saturday when they come home to face Edison Community College at 1 p.m.
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Women’s Basketball Lose to Columbus State CC On the Road - January 17, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s team lost to Columbus State Community College 94-42 Saturday afternoon. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-13 on the season and 0-4 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference. Columbus State elevated their record to 12-1 overall and 3-0 in the conference.

Freshman Katelyn Thornton (Lutheran West) was the team’s leading scorer, scoring 14 points along with grabbing five rebounds. Freshman Onyx Lopez (Lorain) notched eight points, two rebounds, and two assists. Freshman Hannah Grablovic (North Olmsted) posted eight points and three rebounds, while sophomore Gabby Woods (Brookside) added five points and eight rebounds. LCCC was able to get to line often in the game, making 18 of 29 free throws in the game. Head Coach Tony Naples said, “Along with Gabby Woods, Katelyn Thornton and Molly Linn have been very good at times during the games, but we need more consistency from everyone on the team.”

Coach Naples said, “We need our players to step up to the challenge and become more physical and box out on the boards and make every offensive possession count.” The Lady Commodores will look to turn their fortunes around in their next game.
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Women’s Basketball Falls to Lakeland CC - January 14, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC women’s team lost to Lakeland Community College 80-38 on Wednesday night. The Lady Commodores’ record fell to 5-12 on the season and 0-3 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference. Lakeland raised their record to 10-8 overall and 2-0 in the conference.

This lost for the Lady Commodores was their fourth straight loss. Freshman Katelyn Thornton (Lutheran West) led the LCCC attack, notching 12 points, four rebounds, two assists, and two steals in the defeat. Freshman Molly Linn (Midview) was tough down low against Lakeland. Linn led the team with six rebounds, while also posting five points, two assists, and two steals in the game. The team committed 33 turnovers, turning into 36 points for Lakeland. For Lakeland, four players scored in double digits in the victory. Mercedes Hobbs led the scoring with 18 points along with getting nine rebounds and three steals. LCCC Assistant Coach Paul Wasmundt said, “They just were off tonight,” when asked about the performance of his team. Coach Wasmundt said that the team would specifically look to improve boxing out on rebounds and overall defense for their next game.
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Women’s Basketball Suffers Another Tough Loss At Home - January 10, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s basketball lost their third straight game, falling to Cincinnati State Community College 102-32 at home. The undermanned Lady Commodores fall to 5-11 on the season and 0-2 in conference. Cincinnati State moves to 10-6 on the season and 1-0 in conference.

The Lady Commodores were shorthanded once again due to injuries, forcing Head Coach Tony Naples to play only six players with all six players playing at least 30 minutes. The scoring for LCCC was led by freshman Raveen Horn, who scored 14 points and grabbed five rebounds. “We needed someone to pick up the slack and she did,” said Coach Naples about Horn leading the shorthanded Lady Commodores in scoring. Freshman Molly Linn was tough on both sides of the ball for the Lady Commodores. Linn scored nine points and grabbed four rebounds, while on defense snatching five steals from Cincinnati State. LCCC struggled with ball handling, committing 40 turnovers in the game. Cincinnati State showed good performances by Jada Jackson, who scored a game high 26 points, and Samia Carter, who had 12 points and 13 assists. Going into next week, Coach Naples said, “We just need to get healthy.” 

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Women’s Basketball Falls to Jamestown CC - January 6, 2013
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

Lorain County Community College women’s basketball lost to Jamestown Community College 86-45 on Tuesday night, January 6th. The women were hamstrung with a short bench after suffering injuries. The Lady Commodores are now 5-10 after losing two straight games.

LCCC was led by freshman Onyx Lopez, who scored 15 points with five rebounds, two assists and three steals. Assistant Coach Paul Wasmundt said that Lopez is “a very tough player, a very gritty player.” Because of the short bench, four of the Lady Commodores had to play at least 38 minutes of the 40-minute game. Freshman Katelyn Thornton added 12 points, five rebounds, and one steal in the home loss. Head Coach Tony Naples told the girls that they had to drive the ball to the basket. The team did just that, allowing them to get to the line 37 times versus Jamestown, scoring 21 of their 45 total points from the line. The other Lady Commodore in double digits scoring was freshman Molly Linn, who notched 10 points and eight rebounds. Sophomore Elle Reed, who scored a game high 23 points, led Jamestown in the victory. Assistant Coach Wasmundt noted that the team is “learning their grit and they’re a freshman team, a young team. They have to learn how to fight through adversity.” 

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Tough Game for Lady Commodores in Their First Conference Match-Up of Season
 January 3, 2015 
Lorain County Community College's Lady Commodores played a tough game against Sinclair Community College on Saturday, January 3rd. The girls struggled with possession of the ball in their first conference match-up of the season; the Commodores are also new to the OCCAC Conference this year.  Sinclair ended up taking the win 75-37.

Freshman Onyx Lopez picked up the pace during the second half. Lopez made 4 lay-ups and 2 free throws in the second half, scoring 10 of her 14 game points during the second half. Freshman Molly Linn had a strong first half, scoring 7 points for her team.  She made two free-throws, two jump-shots and one 3-point basket. “Molly is one of the hardest workers I’ve ever seen. When she’s out there she gives it 110%. She gives everything she has out on that floor,” said Assistant Coach Paul Wasmundt. “I would like to see more consistent rebounding and high-pressure defense from our players in games to come,” said Wasmundt.

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LCCC Splits Over Weekend at Westmoreland CCC & CCAC South
 December 20-21, 2014
On Friday the LCCC Women's Basketball Team played at Westmoreland CCC.  After a very poor first half, the Commodores came back but could not get a victory falling 67-58. Onyx Lopez led the team with 19 points.

On Saturday, the LCCC Ladies traveled to West Mifflin, PA, where they defeated CCAC South  by a score of 63-39. Onyx Lopez again led the way with 16 points.  Gabby Woods added 12 points and Raven Horn contributed with 10 points. The Lady Commodores have a record of 5-8 going into the holiday break and second half of the season.

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Commodores Defeat Point Park JV in Rematch - December 16, 2014
The Lady Commodores played tough against Point Park Women’s Junior Varsity team on Tuesday night at home. Lorain County Community College captured the win by a score of 69-58. Point Park jumped to a lead in the first half but the Commodores quickly made an aggressive come back scoring an impressive seven three-pointers and making 67% of their attempted free-throws. Onyx Lopez and Molly Linn led the scoring, with Lopez scoring 17 points and Linn scoring 14 points for her team. “Katlynne Baker kind of sparked us in the first half, she’s always going after rebounds and loose balls. She’s only 5’4” and she’s all over that floor,” said Coach Tony Naples. “We are playing at about 50% to our full potential right now and we still have a long way to go,” says Coach Tony Naples.
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Commodores Face Tough Competition at Jamestown Tournament - December 5-6, 2014
The Women's basketball team traveled to the Jamestown Tournament over the weekend and played two very good Division II teams.  LCCC lost to Jamestown CC by a score of 79-51 and to Niagara CCC by a score of  90-43. Bright spot for the Lady Commodores was Gabby Woods who averaged 7 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 blocked shots for the two games and was named to the All-Tournament Team.
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LCCC Women Fall to Henry Ford CC - December 3, 2014
The LCCC Women’s Basketball Team lost to Henry Ford CC by a score of 80-42 on Wednesday on the road. The Lady Commodores played well for the first 10 minutes and then went completely cold for the final 10 minutes of the first half, getting outscored 20 to 0. The second half also saw the team unable to consistently make their shots or stop HFCC on the other end of the floor. Bright spots for LCCC were Hannah Grablovic with 10 points (4 for 11 shooting) and Gabby Woods with 9 points (4 for 12 shooting) and 10 rebounds.
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Second Win in Row for LCCC with Victory over Westmoreland CCC - November 25, 2014
Westmoreland Women’s team scored the first 2 points of the game but the Commodores managed to lead the rest of the game on their way to a 78-73 win. Molly Linn scored an impressive 17 points in the game and took away six steals, seven rebounds, five assists and forcing four turn-overs. Onyx Lopez scored 14 points for her team and had four steals, four rebounds, five assists and six turn-overs. Westmoreland  fought their way back to come with 3 points, 71-68, with one minute left in the game after being down by as much as 16 during the game. “We got into foul trouble. The opposing team was smart, they had us fouling them to the basket and they were able to stop the clock a lot,” said Head Coach Tony Naples. The Lady Commodores held on for a close win. Their record stands at 3-4 for the season, with wins in the last two games.
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Women Avenge Early Season Lost to Pitt-Titusville - November 23, 2014
The LCCC Women's Basketball Team soundly defeated Pitt-Titusville  by a score of 55-21, avenging an earlier lost to the Panthers in LCCC's first game of the season. They were helped by the addition of two volleyball players and one cross country runner who joined the basketball team after their fall season was over. Leading the way for the Commodores were Onyx Lopez (Lorain HS) with 15 points and Katelyn Thornton (Lutheran West) with 10 points. 
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Women Fall to Point Park JV - November 16, 2014
The Women's Basketball Team traveled to Point Park College in Pennsylvania and lost a well played game 55-44. Katelyn Thornton (Lutheran West/Brunswick) led the team in scoring with 16 points.  Molly Linn (Midview/Grafton,) and Onyx Lorain,Lorain) also played well for the team.
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LCCC Splits at Westmoreland Tournament - November 7-8, 2014
The Women's Basketball Team split two games over the weekend in the Westmoreland CC Tournament. The women lost the first game to Anne Arundel CC from Maryland by a score of 73-47.  The Commodores rebounded on Saturday to win their second game against Lehigh Carbon CC from Philadelphia, PA by a score of 59-44. Raveen Horn (Lorain) scored 18 points and 13 points in the two games. Also playing well for the team were Molly Linn (Midview), Onyx Lopez (Lorain), Katelyn Thornton (Lutheran West), Hannah Grablovic (North Olmsted), Alexis Werley (Open Door), and JaQuetta Davis (Elyria).
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Women Suffer Home Opener Loss Against Henry Ford - November 5, 2015
Lorain County Community College Women’s basketball team had its home opener game on November 5th as they took on Henry Ford College. T
he Lady Commodores were a tough match for  Henry Ford CC in the first half but couldn't keep up in the second half as the Hawks pulled away for the win. High scorer for LCCC was Onyx Lopez (Lorain) with 18, followed by Hannah Grablovic (North Olmsted) with 11.  Henry Ford  took the win with a final score of 66-43.
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2014-15 Season Begins at Univ of Pitt-Titusville - November 1, 2014
The LCCC Women's Basketball Team played its first game of the season and lost on the road to Pitt-Titusville on Saturday by a score of 65-53. Coach Naples commented after the game, "The team played good team basketball on offense, but needs to learn how to play more aggressively on defense."
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2013-14 Women's Basketball Team News
Lady Commodores Conclude Season With Win - February 12, 2014
The LCCC Women’s basketball team ended the season on a high note with a 56-36 victory over Point Park University Junior Varsity Team from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Playing in her final game as a Commodore was Madison Stoyka of Lorain HS who finished with 10 points, 5 steals and 7 assists. Also ending her LCCC career was Megan Miller who played well this season. Also contributing to the victory were Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) with 18 points and 12 rebounds, Emily Nagy with 15 points, and Katlynne Baker (Clearview HS) with 11 points. The team finished the year at 10-15; 6-3 versus DIII schools and 4-12 versus DII schools.  Congratulations ladies on a fine season!
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Walsh University JV Outlast LCCC - February 7, 2014
The Women’s Basketball Team played the Walsh University Junior Varsity Team over the weekend and lost a hard fought game 65-60. The game was tied at 60-60 with less than 2 minutes to play but the Lady Commodores were unable to secure the victory. Leading the way for the LCCC team were Madison Stoyka (Lorain HS) with 21 points and 5 assists, Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) 17 points, and Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
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Commodores Fall to Strong Mercyhurst NE Team - February 3, 2014
The Women’s Basketball Team played a good Mercyhurst NE team and ended on the short end of a 77-56 loss. The Lady Commodores with only 6 players stayed within 10 points for most of the game, but Mercyhurst played all 17 of its players and wore the Lady Commodores down in the final stages of the 2nd half. Leading the LCCC Women were Madison Stoyka (Lorain HS) with 22 points, Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) with 17 points, and Katlynne Baker (Clearview HS) with 11 points. Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) continued her double digit rebounding with 11.
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LCCC Defeats Pitt-Titusville at Home - February 1, 2014
The Lady Commodores came back from a halftime deficit of 33-27 to score 42 second half points and defeat Pitt-Titusville 69-57 on Saturday afternoon. Excellent second half defense and rebounding were the keys to the victory. Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) led the team with 23 points/7 rebounds. Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) had 16 points/ 12 rebounds, Madison Stoyka (Lorain HS) 16 points/ 5 assists, MacKenzie Mielcarek (Clearview HS) 9 points and Kaitlynne Baker (Clearview HS) 5 points also played well in the total team victory.
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LCCC Drops One to Walsh JV - January 22, 2014
The Lady Commodores traveled to Walsh College in Canton, Ohio and played a very good game but fell to the Walsh JV team 80-65. Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) led the way with 27 points and was 15 of 17 from the foul line. Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) contributed 17 points and pulled down 14 rebounds in the game. Also aiding the cause was Madison Stoyka (Lorain HS) with 10 points. The team is now 8-13 on the season.
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Second Game in Two Days Hits Short Handed Commodores - January 18, 2014
Saturday afternoon, the Lady Commodores were defeated 80-54 by a very good Jamestown CC team. With only 5 healthy players, the team gave 100%. Madison Stoyka had a valiant effort with 22 points and 3 steals. Also playing well were Gabby Woods with 14 points and 9 rebounds, Emily Nagy 13 points, Katlynne Baker (Clearview HS) and MacKenzie Mielcarek (Clearview HS), playing in her first game for LCCC.
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LCCC Shocks Lakeland with Dominate Win - January 17, 2014
On Friday night, the Lady Commodores defeated Lakeland CC at home by the score of 76-45. The Commodores started the game with 5 players and were left with 4 players after Brooke Davis went out late in the second half with a knee injury.  Leading the way for LCCC was Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) with 28 points and 5 for 5 from three point range. Madison Stoyka (Lorain HS) added 21 points and Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) had 14 points and 10 rebounds.  It was a hard fought, deserving victory for the ladies!
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Lady Commodores Avenge Early Season Loss to Butler CC - January 15, 2014
The Women’s Basketball team reversed an early season loss to Butler CC by a score of 66-50. Leading the charge for the Commodores was Madison Stoyka (Lorain HS) with 21 points and 8 assists and Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) with 12 points and 15 rebounds.  Adding to the offense was Emily Nagy (Keystone HS)  with 12 points, Kaitlyn Baker (Clearview HS) with 9 points and Brooke Davis (Midview HS) with 9 points.
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Tough Loss on the Road for LCCC - January 4, 2014
The Lady Commodores started the second half of the season with a lopsided loss at Columbus State Community College on January 4th. The flu bug hit the team and the team was minus two of its starters. The team played hard but committed 45 turnovers in the game. Bright spots for the Commodores were Brooke Davis (Midview) with 21 points, Emily Nagy with 12 points, Megan Miler (Midview) with 9 points and Gabby Woods with 9 points and 11 rebounds.
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LCCC Records Victory Over Henry Ford CC - December 21, 2013
The Lorain County Community College Women’s Basketball team finished the first half of their season with a 51-40 victory over Henry Ford Community College and are 6-10 on the year. Leading the way for the Lady Commodores was Emily Nagy (Keystone) with 18 points, Madison Stoyka (Lorain) with 10 points, and Gabby Woods (Brookside) with 10 rebounds.
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Westmoreland CCC Tops LCCC With Final Two Minute Push - December 19, 2013
The LCCC Women’s Basketball Team lost to Westmoreland CCC on Thursday by a score of 60 to 48. The Lady Commodores were only four points down (52-48) with 2 minutes to play but went scoreless the rest of the game. Lack of rebounding by the Commodores was the difference in the game. Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) led all scorers with 15 points followed by Madison Stoyka with 9 points and Desiree Ray (Clearview HS) with 8 points.
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Under Staffed Team Loses Two in Jamestown Tournament - December 6-7, 2013
Over the weekend, the Lady Commodores traveled to Jamestown, New York and participated in the Jamestown CC Lady Jayhawks Tournament. Due to injuries, the team had only 6 healthy players and was “out-manned” in a 78-55 loss to the host Jayhawks. After a terrible start in the first 10 minutes, the ladies actually played the rest of the game even with Jamestown. Four players scored in double figures: Gabby Woods (Brookside) 10 points and 7 rebounds, Emily Nagy (Keystone) 11 points, Madison Stoyka (Lorain) 12 points, and Desiree Ray (Clearview) 14 points and 7 rebounds.

On Saturday afternoon, the LCCC faced Niagara CC and, due to injuries, had only 5 healthy players available for action. The team played valiantly but again was out-manned and fell by a score of 53-33 to Niagara. Bright spots for LCCC were Madison Stoyka with 9 points and Emily Nagy with 15 points. Gabby Woods was impressive as she pulled down 15 rebounds to keep the team in the game.

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LCCC Falls to Tri-C - December 3, 2013
The LCCC Women’s Basketball traveled to Cuyahoga Community College on Tuesday and played with a lack of intensity. After leading at half-time by 7 points, the team went into a lull that they never recovered from and lost 66-60. The two bright spots for the Lady Commodores were Madison Stoyka (Lorain HS) with 26 points and Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) with 20 points. The team plays two games this weekend at a tournament in Jamestown, New York.
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Commodores Pick up Win at Univ of Pitts-Titusville - November 24, 2013
The Lorain County Community College Women’s Basketball team rebounded with a win on Sunday at Pitt-Titusville with a well-played 40 minutes of basketball defeating the Pioneers 77-65. Everyone contributed to the victory after a disappointing loss the night before.

Leading the team with 20 points on a 5 for 7 shooting from 3-point range was Brooke Davis (Midview HS). Steady Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) also contributed 20 points. Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) added 16 points and Sydney Wright (Clearview HS) added 9 points. Desiree Ray Clearview HS) cleaned the boards with 11 rebounds and Katlynne Baker (Clearview HS) played a great game at point guard.
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LCCC Falls to Butler CCC - November 23, 2013
The LCCC Women’s Basketball traveled to Butler County Community College on Saturday and played a lackluster game. After jumping out to an 18-4 lead, the team went into a lull that they never recovered and lost 69-57. The bright spots for the Lady Commodores were Desiree Ray (Clearview HS) with 16 points, Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) with 23 points, and Gabby Woods (Brookside HS) with 12 points.
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Down Early, Commodores Fall to Columbus State - November 19, 2013
The Lady Commodores played at home on Tuesday hosting Columbus State Community College.  Due to cold shooting in the first half, LCCC fell 17 points behind and could not overcome that deficit in the second half.  The final score of the game was 66-40.  High scorers for the team were Emily Nagy with 11 and Madison Stoyka with 10.

This weekend the ladies are at Butler CC (Pa.) on Saturday and Pitt-Titusville (Pa.) on Sunday.
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LCCC Comes Out on Top in Rematch - November 17, 2013
On Sunday, the team traveled to Notre Dame College in South Euclid and defeated the Notre Dame JV team with Emily Nagy (Keystone) scoring 26 points in the victory.  Madison Stoyka (Lorain) added 12 points and Gabby Woods (Brookside) added 11.  With a final score of 65-56, the Commodores evened the score for the season, making up for a lost at home last week to Notre Dame JV.
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Women Fall to Niagara in Second Half - November 16, 2013
The LCCC Women’s Basketball team played very well in the first half of their game against Niagara CC of New York, they led by 6 at the half.  However the Commodores had trouble scoring in the second half of the game and came up short on Saturday by a score of 69-51. The team was lead by Madison Stoyka and Emily Nagy, with 13 each, followed by Gabby Woods with 10.
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LCCC Falls to Notre Dame JV - November 14, 2013
On Thursday evening, the team had a frustrating night and lost to the Notre Dame College JV basketball team by a score of 75-66. Once again leading the way for the team was Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) with 24 points and Desiree Ray (Clearview HS) with 15 points.
The team continues play on Saturday at home against Niagara CCC at 1:00 PM and on Sunday at Notre Dame College at 6:00 PM.
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Commodores Capture Home Opener - November 12, 2013
The Women's basketball team won their third game of the year on Tuesday with a 65-40 score over Cuyahoga County Community College. Leading the charge for the Lady Commodores was Desiree Ray (Clearview HS) with 17 points and 9 rebounds and Emily Nagy (Keystone HS) with 15 points and 13 rebounds. LCCC continues its home stand with two more games this week on Thursday and Saturday.
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Ladies Split Games at Westmoreland Tournament - November 8-9, 2013
On Friday afternoon, the LCCC Women’s Basketball team Westmoreland Tourn womendefeated Anne Arundel CC of Maryland 79-70. Leading the way for LCC was Emily Nagy (Keystone) with 19 points and 9 rebounds. Brooke Davis (Midview) added 16 points, Desiree Ray (Clearview) 15 points, Madison Stoyka (Lorain) 9 points, and Gabby Woods (Brookside) 9 points.

On Saturday morning, the Lady Commodores fell short by a score of 54-48 to Niagara CC of New York. Again leading the way was Emily Nagy with 16 points and 9 rebounds. Katlynne Baker (Clearview), Desiree Ray, and Gabby Woods each contributed 7 points.

The team plays home games this week on Tuesday (5PM), Thursday (5PM), Saturday (1PM), and on the road Sunday at 2PM. The Team is now 2 wins -2 losses.
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LCCC Falls to Lakeland - November 6, 2013
The Women’s basketball team got off to a slow start and made only 9 of 36 shots (25%) in the first half and trailed at halftime by 17 points at Lakeland Community College on Wednesday, November 6. The ladies played a much in the better second half, outscoring the Lakeland team by 4 points, but ended up on the losing side 71-59.

Leading the Commodores was Emily Nagy (Keystone) with 20 points and 9 rebounds. Brooke Davis (Midview) added 16 points along with Sydney Wright (Clearview), Madison Stoyka (Lorain), and Desiree Ray (Clearview), all with 6 points, and Gabby Woods, (Brookside) with 5 points.
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Commodores Open Season with a Win - November 2, 2013
The LCCC Women's basketball team won their opening game of the season with a 55-38 victory at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Michigan. Leading the way was Emily Nagy (Keystone) with 19 pts. and 14 rebounds. Sydney Wright (Clearview) added 11 points, Desiree Ray (Clearview) 8pts., Brooke Davis, (Midview) 8pts., and Madison Stoyka (Lorain) 8pts. Next game is Wednesday at Lakeland Community College.
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