Women's Basketball Interest Form

LCCC Women's Basketball Interest Form

Lorain County Community College emphasizes the student portion of the student-athlete. While LCCC players have achieved athletic success by earning scholarships and playing time at four-year institutions, our goal is to prepare you academically. If you believe you can manage the time required to achieve your academic goals and have the athletic ability, determination, and discipline to excel on the field, court, or course - you may have what it takes to be a Commodore! We want to hear from you.

Please complete the form below to begin.
    

Women's Basketball Interest Form
 
 
High School Basketball Honors
(All conference, all district, transfer from other college, etc.
 
Can you practice most days from 3 to 5?
Can you practice most days from 3 to 5?
  
 
Do you have any scheduling conflicts (work, family, etc.)?
Do you have any scheduling conflicts (work, family, etc.)?
  
 
 
 
 
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