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LCCC Student-Athletes Earn OCCAC Fall All-Academic Team
The Ohio Community College Athletic Conference has announced its 2016 All-Academic team for student-athletes who earned at least a 3.30 GPA in the fall semester with at least 12 credit hours completed. Eight LCCC student-athletes earned the honor this Fall. Congratulations to the following LCCC student-athletes:
2016-17 OCCAC Fall All-Academic Team
Christian Santiago, 3.50 GPA, men’s basketball
Carrie Carlson, 3.46 GPA, women’s basketball
Gloria Souter, 3.81 GPA, women’s basketball
Sami Shaw, 3.46 GPA, women’s basketball
Sarah Kyser, 3.75 GPA, women’s basketball
Heather Smyth, 3.75 GPA, women’s basketball
Rachel Downing, 4.0 GPA, women’s basketball
Brendan Kilbane, 3.58 GPA, cross country
TJ Steele Earns NJCAA Player of the Week
Lorain County’s T.J. Steele earns @NJCAA DIII Men’s Basketball Player of the Week after scoring a school-record 47 points against Hocking!
AD High Honor & Honor Roll for Fall 2016
Lorain County Community College is pleased to recognize our student-athletes that earned High Honor Roll (GPA of 3.5 or better for Fall semester or cumulative) and Honor Roll (GPA of 3.0 or better for Fall semester or cumulative) for the 2016 Fall semester. There were a total of 7 student-athletes earning High Honor Roll and 9 student-athletes earning Honor Roll. The Women’s Basketball Team led the way with 6 students earning honor roll recognition, including 5 students on the High Honor Roll . Cross country was next with 4 students earning honor roll recognition.
Athletics News – Week of December 5, 2016More Information
Jimmy John’s Athlete of the Week – December 5-11 – Michael Rell
MICHAEL RELL (6’2” Freshman from Parma, OH (Valley Forge HS))
In LCCC’s 88 to 64 win against Clarke State on December 10th, Mike scored 9 points while shooting 4 of 6 (67%) from the field and 1 of 1 from the line (100%)with 3 rebounds and 1 steal. Though Mike sometimes runs the offense as a point guard, he is best suited to be a shooting guard. In fact, he has the 5th highest shooting percentage (68.4%) in the NJCAA for Division III players. For the year, Mike is averaging 8.5 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game, while shooting 68.4% from the field, 66.7 % from the three point line and 76.9 % from the free throw line. Mike goes by the nicknames of “Mikey” or “Rellish. He is a quite leader who leads by example.