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.
Statistically, Wodarczyk ranks in the top ten of every major category for the Commodores. Her 150 assists rank her number one, while she checks in at third for career steals (115), fourth for career points (754) and 3-point shots made (87), and finally eighth in career rebounds with 271.
After she finished at LCCC, Wodarczyk headed to NCAA Division II Slippery Rock University to continue her education and basketball career, graduating with a degree in Exercise Science.
When she learned about her achievement, Wodarczyk commented, “It is definitely an honor to be one of the fifteen women to make the All-Decade Team. I am proud to be able to represent Lorain County Community College, as some of my best memories were made with my LCCC Women’s Basketball Team. I am grateful for the opportunities and recognition Lorain County Community College has given me, athletically and academically.”
Contact: Shelly Miller/SID