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NJCAA COVID-19 UPDATE – Spring Competition
The NJCAA has postponed spring competitions in all sports from Saturday, March 14 through Friday, April 3 due to concerns over the COVID-19 situation. The NJCAA will reconvene to determine […]More Information
Basketball Lands Four on OCCAC & NJCAA District Teams
March 11, 2020 – – The Ohio Community College Athletic Conference, a mix of Division II and Division III Colleges, announced their 2019-2020 OCCAC All-Conference selections along with the NJCAA All-District teams for Men’s and Women’s Basketball. LCCC, a Division III school, had four student-athletes honored this season.More Information
Baseball Drops Opening Day Doubleheader to Westmoreland
March 1, 2020 – – The Lorain County Community College Baseball Team kicked off their 2020 season on the road today against Westmoreland but dropped both ends of the double-header by scores of 13-3 and 8-2.
LCCC is back in action for their home opener against Schoolcraft College on Sunday, March 15, 2020. First pitch in the double-header is set for 1:00 pm at Sprenger Stadium in Avon.More Information
LCCC’s Wodarczyk Named to OCCAC All-Decade Basketball Team
February 26, 2020 – – Former Lorain County Community College Women’s Basketball player, Christa Wodarczyk, has been named to the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) All-Decade Basketball team for the 2010s through the 2020s. The fifteen-person squad is a who’s who of both Division II and Division III All-American selections from one of the most competitive conferences in the country.
Wodarczyk became the first NJCAA Division III All-American selection for LCCC in women’s basketball when she earned Third-Team All-American honors in 2010. She also earned an OCCAC All-Conference Second team nod for the 2009-2010 season, which was the only season LCCC was a member of the conference during her career.
LCCC Volleyball Lands Two on OCCAC All-Decade Team
February 21, 2020 – – The Ohio Community College Athletic Conference recently announced its All-Decade Volleyball Team for 2010 to the 2020’s, which features two players from Lorain County Community College. Both products of Brookside High School in Sheffield Lake, Gabby Woods and Kady Whitsel, led the 2014 LCCC team to the finals of the NJCAA Division III National Championship match.
Woods and Whitsel both earned First-Team NJCAA Division III All-American status, NJCAA All-Region XII First-Team, OCCAC First-Team All-Conference, and All-Tournament Team honors during their LCCC tenures. For her career, Woods (2013-2014) accumulated 601 kills, 151 total blocks, and 211 digs. Whitsel (2014-2015) dished out 1783 assists, picked up 1026 digs, had 442 kills, and served up 126 aces.More Information