LCCC's Women's Fastpitch Softball
Head Coach: Tony Contreras
Phone: 440-365-5222, ext. 8324
Women's Fastpitch Softball Team Tryouts will be held Saturday, February 21 & Sunday, February 22, 2015 from 12:00-1:00 PM in the LCCC Ewing Center Field House. Join the LCCC Softball Team!
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Click here for the 2014 Schedule with results
|Softball Team Info|
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Home Playing Field is:
West Park Softball Field
1200 Foster Ave.
Elyria, OH 44035
|Softball Team News|
4/6/13 – Commodores Travel to Youngwood, PA for Double Header
The Softball Team traveled to Westmoreland CCC for a double header on Saturday. The weather was beautiful for this second match up of the season.
Game One: Lorain CCC 4, Westmoreland CC 5
LCCC lost the first game at Westmoreland CC. Holly Benetto continued her outstanding hitting with a triple and 2 singles. Amanda Surface had 2 singles & Bre Corsilla had a double and a single and was hitting the ball hard all day.
Game Two: Lorain CCC 6, Westmoreland CC 14
The Commodores lost 14 to 6 in the second game of the double header. Amanda Surface had a double and Megan Miller doubled driving in two of the 6 runs for LCCC. Alexis Cross, playing left field for the first time, made a numbers of impressive plays. Again Amanda Surface was on the mound for both games, with no help in site in terms of additional pitchers on the team.
4/5/13 - Softball Season Gets Underway
Lorain CCC finally began its 2013 softball season on Friday, 4/5 after their first three dates were cancelled due to weather. The Commodores traveled to Kirkland to take on the Lakeland Lakers, a Division II team playing their 18th game of their season.
Game One: Lorain CCC 4, Lakeland CC 14
The LCCC softball season got underway with a lost in the first game of the season. For LCCC, Holly Benetto went 3 for 3 at the plate with 2 doubles and a single. Amanda Surface had an opening day home run and 2 singles.
Game Two: Lorain CCC 0, Lakeland CC 20
The Lady Commodores were down 4 to 0 through 3 innings until a devastating 4th inning by the Lakers. Lakeland unloaded at the plate scoring 16; when the dust settled at the end of the inning it was 20 to 0. Amanda Surface had to man the mound for both games and pitched well under the circumstances.