Commodores Esports Split Matches in Week Six

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October 27, 2021 – – The Lorain County Community College Esports team went 2-2 in week six, improving their overall season record to 19-5.   

“Hard fought matches on both sides,” said Director of Esports Evan Walker. “We’ll go back, watch the film, and correct some mistakes.  We’re entering a critical time period which will determine playoff seedings. I’m confident in our guys.”

Matthew Coleman (Elyria, Ohio/Elyria HS) won his sixth match of the year with an impressive 3-0 sweep against Alexandria Technical CC to improve his record to 6-0 in 2021.  Coleman has won 13 straight rounds of play and in matches that he has played in (not including forfeits), he has swept his opponents in four straight matches.

Avery Harssema (Oberlin, Ohio/Oberlin HS) won his match against Florida Gateway via forfeit to remain undefeated on the season (6-0).  Randy Wysocky (North Ridgeville, Ohio/North Ridgeville HS) and Gavin Lincicome (LaGrange, Ohio/Keystone HS) both lost their matches 1-3 to Salt Lake CC and Garden City CC, respectively.  The loss was Wysocky’s first of the 2021 season and it snaps a 15-round win streak for the first-year player.

The Commodores compete in Super Smash Brothers Ultimate on the Nintendo Switch.  Super Smash Brothers Ultimate is a competitive fighting game that features characters from the Nintendo gaming universe.  Players play in a best-of-three round format.  Each round, players starts with three lives and the first player to lose three lives loses the round.

The Commodores stream their matches live on Twitch under the channel CommodoreEsports every Wednesday at 6 p.m.  LCCC will return for week seven next Wednesday.