LCCC’s Randy Wysocky Makes the NJCAAE Postseason as the #22 Seed

Randy Wysocky

November 23, 2021 – – In its first season, the Lorain County Community College esports team will have a participant in the National Junior College Athletic Association Esports postseason playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Randy Wysocky (North Ridgeville, Ohio/North Ridgeville HS) made the postseason with an 8-1 record in his freshman year for the Commodores.  During his first season with LCCC, Wysocky swept his opponents in every match that he won. His only loss came on October 27 to Salt Lake Community College. Wysocky started the season off with five straight wins and won 15 rounds of play in a row, setting an LCCC record.

“Randy has been an instrumental part of our season,” said LCCC Esports Director Evan Walker. “He has the opportunity to make a deep postseason run with his stick skills. Outside of esports, Randy excels in the classroom and in his fine arts extracurriculars.  He’s a very talented young adult in many facets of life. I’m fortunate and proud to manage Randy.  We will continue to prep over this next week and be ready for Navarro.”

Wysocky, known by his gamer handle Randuski25, is the #22 seed and will face the #43 seeded player out of Navarro College. He is one of 64 players out of a possible 400 nationwide to make the post-season. Round 1 will be played at 7 p.m., November 30, 2021 in the Ewing Activities Center at LCCC.

The match will be streamed live on Lorain County Community College’s Twitch channel: CommodoreEsports. All matches are free to watch.

Lorain County Community College competes in the NJCAAE in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate division. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a competitive fighting game on the Nintendo Switch gaming system. The game features characters from the Nintendo gaming universe. Matches are played in a best-of-five round format.  Rounds consists of players having three lives, the first to lose all three lives by falling off the fighting platform loses the round.