Intercollegiate Sports

Intercollegiate Athletics Requirement Forms

These forms must be completed before the start of the season.

Varsity Athletics at LCCC

LCCC offers varsity athletics programs in women's volleyball, women's basketball, women's fastpitch softball, men's basketball, men's baseball, and men's & women's cross country. 

The varsity athletics program abides by the rules and regulations adopted by the National Junior College Athletic Association and the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference.

Student Eligibility Information

You must:

  • have received a high school diploma or GED

  • during the first term, be enrolled and maintain 12 credit hours

  • during the second term, be enrolled & have passed 12 credit hours with a minimum 1.75 GPA or better. 

  • during the second Season of Participation, have successfully completed and passed 24 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA or better.

LCCC Varsity Athletics 

Athletic Director

Women's Volleyball  

Katie Marquard
Phone: (440) 366-7346

Coach: Ted Whitsel
Phone: 365-5222 ext. 8326
Fall Season

Women's Fastpitch Softball 

Women's  Basketball  

Coach: Ryan Minney
Phone: 440-610-4618
Spring Season

Coach: Vincent Granito
Phone: (440) 366-4707
Split Season (Fall/Spring)

Men's Basketball 

Men's Baseball

Coach: Marty Eggleston
Phone: (440) 365-5222 ext. 8310
Split Season (Fall/Spring)

Coach: Bill Frawley
Phone: (440) 365-5222 ext. 8321
Spring Season

 Men's and Women's Cross Country

Coach: James Powers
Phone: (440) 366-7652
Fall Season




Registration for Spring 2017 begins October 17

Spring classes begin January 17. Explore the Registration Schedule to find out when you are eligible to register.

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