| Men's Basketball Team News|
|Two In a Row For LCCC with Another Win - December 6, 2013|
LCCC Men’s Basketball team won its 2nd game in a row this week. On Friday, LCCC’s men handed in a near flawless performance against CC Allegheny-Boyce. Zach Barens and Justin Green led the charge with 18 apiece. Adding to the production were Ouddi Hamdan with 13, Donald Arnold with 10, Marvin Coleman and Nate Penman with 11each, and Brandon Lawler with a game high 9 assists. Final Score 100-66. The LCCC men’s team travels next weekend to Jamestown, New York.
|Men Win Big Over Tri-C - December 3, 2013|
LCCC dominated the game against rival Tri-C on Tuesday with a 28 point victory, with a final score of 98-70. North Olmsted’s Darvin Freeman led the Commodores with 22. LCCC had 5 players in double figures, with almost every player was in the scorebook. Brandon Lawler led the way with 15, Nate Penman hit three 3 pointers in a row and finished the night with 14, and Zach Barens poured in 11. Marvin Coleman had 12, Ouddi Hamdan had 8, Justin Green with 7, Donald Arnold with 3 and Alex Scullin, Matt Wysocki, Kwevon Corn with 2 each rounded out the scoring for the Commodores.
|LCCC Falls Short Against Univ of Pitt-Titusville - November 24, 2013|
Our men’s team lost in an evenly matched battle against University of Pittsburgh at Titusville on Sunday night. With 3 minutes to go the score was tied, however, our Commodores were outscored in the end by the Pitt Panthers. Solid play by Ouddi Hamden and great defense by Matt Wysocki kept the game close all the way to the end. Our Commodores lost 95-86.
|Butler CCC Defeats LCCC - November 23, 2013|
The Commodores lost on the road to Butler County Community College 87-81 on Saturday. Down by 4 at the half, Butler was stellar from the free throw line down the wire, to hold off LC3 to the end.
Commodores Fall to Columbus State - November 19, 2013
The LCCC Commodores men’s hoops team lost at home 89-81 on Tuesday night in a hard fought against Columbus State Community College. Our Commodores struggled to find the bucket, even though they had many opportunities. Down by 20, the men came back to within 3 points last in the second half but couldn't hold off the Cougars.
“We just wouldn’t guard” said Coach Eggleston. "We have to step up and stop a team. We’re 80 and 90 points on the board.” Coach added, “You’ve got to stop a team on the defensive end to win games, we’re almost there….we’re a good team!”
|LCCC Defeats Notre Dame JV for Second Time - November 17, 2013|
The Men’s team defeated Notre Dame College JV in a scorcher on the road. The team was led by the shooting of Brandon Lawler with 26 and Marvin Coleman with 20; Ouddi Hamden and Josh Harris swept the boards with 8 and 9 respectively. Solid play from the entire team on defense held off the Div. II rivals. Great win for our Men’s Team!
Niagara CC Takes One from LCCC - November 16, 2013
The LCCC Commodore men’s hoops team suffered a tough loss at home on Saturday as they fell to Niagara Community College 116-96. Second shots and fouls were a problem for the LCCC squad. Scoring is not an issue as LCCC put up its 3rd game in a row scoring 90+ points. Tomorrow they will travel across town to Notre Dame College in a rematch of the teams that played Thursday.
LCCC Wins Home Opener - November 14, 2013
Our men’s team opened their home season with a win against Notre Dame Collage JV. The high scoring match ended with the Commodores on top 115-95.
Solid rebounding from our guards in the first half gave LCCC control of the ball and the tempo of the game. Good ball movement and patience kept everyone involved in the game at all times.
LCCC had 6 players in double figures and every player in the scoring column.
Led by Brandon Lawler with 18, Marvin Coleman with 16, Darvin Freeman with 12, and Justin Green, who finished his 11 point night with a powerful dunk! Both Ouddi Hamdan and point guard Joshua Harris finished with 10 each. Zach Barens and Nate Penman both finished with 9, Donald Arnold had 8, Ali Tulebayev and Kwevon Corn had 3 a piece. Mat Gorta, Matt Wysocki and Alex Scullin rounded the night off with 2 points each.
Congratulations to our men’s team! Come support them on Saturday afternoon at 3pm for their next home game.
LCCC Travels to Westmoreland Tournament - November 8-9, 2013
The LCCC Men’s Basketball Team didn’t fare well this weekend at the Westmoreland Tournament in Youngwood, PA, suffering two losses. The first loss was a fast paced 96-94 loss against Anne Arundel Community College of Maryland; the second loss was a decisive 99-65 loss to Niagara Community College of New York.
Against Anne Arundel CC, our team was lead in scoring by Marvin “Chico” Coleman with 15 points, Darvin Freeman and Ouddi Hamdan both added 14points, while Nate Penman contributed 12 points and Brandon Lawler had 10.
Against Niagara CC, the pace was just a little too much for the Commodores. They were led by Darvin Freeman, who poured in a solid performance with 15, and Zach Barens with 14 points. The Men have a chance to redeem themselves against Niagara when they play them at LCCC on Saturday, November 16.
Commodores Fall to Lakeland CC - November 6, 2013
LCCC fell to the top ranked Lakeland Lakers on Wednesday night 119-67. The Commodores were led by Zach Barens with 13 points, all in the first half; Barens went 2 for 2 in 3 pointers and 4 for 4 in field goals. Marvin Coleman and Justin Green added 12 points each.
2013-14 Season Opens With Tough Lost at Buzzer - November 2, 2013
The LCCC Men’s Basketball Team opened up the 2013-14 season with a tough loss at the buzzer at Henry Ford College on Saturday, November 2, 2013. The 88-86 loss was a heartbreaker, after LCCC was leading by as much as 15 points during the game. Our Commodore team played very well the entire game. Leading the Commodores was Ouddi Hamden with 23 points, Brandon Lawler with 14, and Zach Barens finishing with 10 points and 2 blocks. Nate Penman hit three back to back 3 pointers and finished the game with 11 points. Marvin Coleman came off the bench and contributed 10 points to the cause. Sure handed point guard Josh Harris finished with 7 points and 9 assists on the night. Kwevon Corn and Darvin Freeman both hit key 3 pointers. Everyone contributed and came to play. We look forward to Wednesday night against Lakeland Community College.