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LCCC's Fastpitch Softball Team

   

Front Row: (L-R) Cassie Miller, Anna Lengel, Haley Thomascik, Myra Richter, Faith Hamilton
Back Row: Katie Noble, Tristian Rupp, Danielle Roginsky, Alexis Thomas
Missing: Myah McDonald, Jamie Cross

LCCC's NJCAA SOFTBALL HOME PAGE

Head Coach:  Bill Matthews
(440) 309-6938
wmatthsb@gmail.com

Home Playing Field 
West Park Softball Field
1200 Foster Ave.
Elyria, OH 44035  

Interested in Joining the Team?

Complete an LCCC Athletics interest form

 


News & Announcements


LCCC Softball Announces Fall Pitching and Hitting Lessons

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LCCC Softball Logo

July 27, 2021 – – As the fall approaches and competition begins to ramp up, so does preparation for spring sports. The Lorain County Community College softball team has announced batting and pitching lessons taking place this fall for area softball players. 

Headed up by Bill Matthews, Head Coach of the LCCC Commodores softball team, the lessons will run from October to November. 

“Commodore Softball is happy to announce we will once again offer small group hitting lessons this coming fall beginning in October,” said Matthews. “New this year, we will also offer a four-day pitching series for a limited number of players that will concentrate on basic and advanced pitching.”

Pitching lessons will take place over four Thursday dates in the months of October and November.  Each lesson runs for one hour in the evenings (6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.) with a cost of $105 for all four lessons.  The lessons are open for 12 players, ages 11-18.  Pitchers are asked to bring their own catcher.

Hitting lessons will be divided into two series: One series in October and the other series in November.  Each series is divided into two age divisions (Ages 10-12 and ages 13-17), each lesson running 50 minutes.  The number of spots available for each lesson is 8 players.

The lessons will cover the fundamentals of pitching/hitting, drills, technique and will provide evaluation of skills.

All lessons will take place in the Ewing Activities Center Fieldhouse to avoid any inclement weather.  On hand will be LCCC Softball players, Assistant Coach Bridget Ebenger-Balla, and Matthews. 

Players interested can register and pay here.

Any questions can be directed to Coach Matthews at wmatthsb@gmail.com.


LCCC Announces Two Softball Letter of Intent Signings

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July 8, 2021 — Lorain County Community College is thrilled to announce two more Letter of Intent signings for the Women’s Softball Team! Ashlee Aliff and Payton Regal will be joining the team in this upcoming season! We are so excited to share their intent to play for the college after their high school graduations. 

 


Ashlee, who plays catcher, first base, and left field, will be joining LCCC from Brookside High School. While her major is currently undecided, she has plans to transfer to Cleveland State after her two years at LC. 

Payton, pitcher and outfielder, attends Wellington High School and will be joining the LC team in the 21-22 season. 

Letter of Intent Signing, Payton Regal signs her Letter of Intent to Play LCCC Softball


LCCC Celebrates Two Softball Letter of Intent Signings

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May 4, 2021 — LCCC is excited to announce two Letter of Intent signings for the Women’s Softball Team. Courtney Keeler and Alyssa Beckett, both Buckeye High students, signed their letters this weekend. We are so excited to announce their intent to play for the college after their high school graduation.

 

 


 

 

Letter of Intent Signings. LCCC Softball. Alyssa Beckett. Courtney Keeler
Letter of Intent Signings for LCCC Softball – Alyssa Beckett and Courtney Keeler

 

Courtney Keeler currently plays Shortstop and Outfield for Buckeye High. She will be graduating this spring and attending LCCC as a Nursing Major. Her plan is to complete the nursing program through the LCCC-Kent State Partnership!

Teammate Alyssa Beckett plays Second Baseman, Shortstop, and Outfield. She will be attending LCCC as a Criminal Justice Major, and hopes to join the Police Academy following undergrad. 


Softball Player Signs Letter of Intent to LCCC

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January 5, 2021 — Lorain County Community College is happy to announce the signing of a Letter of Intent by Marissa Brigger, from Cuyahoga Falls. Marissa has been playing softball for five years, and baseball for nine. While homeschooled, Marissa found many different ways to play her sport and has received the title Offensive Player of the Year from Cuyahoga Falls High School. She will be pursuing her academic and athletic career beginning in the 2021-22 season at LCCC.

Congratulations Marissa! We are so excited to have you part of our LCCC Team.


Three Softball Players Sign Letter of Intent to LCCC

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Lorain County Community College is pleased to announce the Letter of Intent signing of three softball players to pursue their academic and athletic careers at LCCC.  Joining the LCCC Softball Team in 2020-21 will be:

  • Molly Andrejcak, Avon Lake High School

Molly will be part of the dental hygiene program at LCCC.  Molly played outfield at Avon Lake High School.

  • Larisa Kerik, Danbury High School

Larisa plans to attend LCCC for 2 years to get an associate’s degree in X-ray & then transfer to Kent State to study to be a Radiation Therapist. On Danbury High School softball team, Larisa played middle infield.

  • Sedona Wingeier, North Ridgeville High School

Sedona will be pursuing a nursing degree at LCCC. Sedona played 1st base for the North Ridgeville Rangers. 

Congratulation ladies, looking forward to having you part of our LCCC team!

 


NJCAA COVID-19 UPDATE – Spring Competition

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March 13, 2020 — 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 how to move forward with the remaining spring contests at that time. Check back here for updates on our baseball and softball seasons.

UPDATE: The LCCC baseball and softball seasons have been cancelled in their entirety in accordance with the NJCAA cancellation of all spring sports seasons/championships.