Lady Commodores Win at Hocking College, 64-35, to Conclude Regular Season; Qualify For Tuesday’s NJCAA Region XII Playoff With Columbus State
The Lorain County Community College women’s basketball team defeated Hocking College on Saturday, February 24, 64-35, behind the game-highs of 17 points and 14 rebounds from sophomore forward Angel Blakely to advance to Tuesday evening’s NJCAA Region XII playoff game against Columbus State at Ohio Christian University (5:30 p.m.).More Information
Commodores Win at Hocking College, 87-69, to Wrap Up 23-5 Regular Season; Head to NJCAA Region XII Championship Game For Second Straight Year
The Lorain County Community College men’s basketball team — ranked 11th in this week’s NJCAA D-III poll — concluded a very successful season on Saturday night, February 24, with an 87-69 victory at Hocking College. The Commodores will play Columbus State on Tuesday evening, Feb. 27, for the NJCAA Region XII championship at Ohio Christian University at 7:30 p.m.More Information
The Lorain County Community College men’s basketball team notched win number 22 on Wednesday evening, Feb. 21, with a well-played 92-81 triumph at Clark State CC.
Sophomore guard Jake Schultz (pictured) had the hot hand in the first half and led all 13 Commodores who scored in the game with 17 points, including 4-of-7 from long range.
Blakely Becomes Lady Commodores’ Career Scoring Leader, But LCCC Loses to #11 (D-II) Sinclair CC, 132-44
Sophomore forward Angel Blakely (pictured) scored a game-high 32 points in front of the home fans to become Lorain County Community College’s career scoring leader with 802 points in her two seasons to date, but the Lady Commodores were no match for 11th-ranked (NJCAA D-II) Sinclair Community College, 132-44, on Saturday, Feb. 17. It was the most points scored against LCCC this season.More Information
Sophomore forwards Miles Meredith and Deric Nichols led a 22-10 run in the final 11 minutes to lead Lorain County Community College to an 81-70 home-court victory over Sinclair Community College on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 17.More Information
Columbus State’s Mario Young led five players scoring in double figures and topped all scorers with 22 points as CSCC jumped out to a 54-30 halftime lead and rode it to a 103-74 win over the visiting Commodores on Wed., Feb. 14.More Information
The Lorain County Community College women’s basketball team outscored Columbus State in the second half, 32-30, but it wasn’t nearly enough to overcome a 46-23 halftime deficit as the hosts handed LCCC a 76-55 loss on Wed., Feb. 14.More Information
The Lorain County Community College men’s basketball team watched a 21-point second-half lead with 13:20 to play evaporate to a one-point lead, 72-71, over the next 10 minutes, but sophomore guard Kevin Kelley came up with a four-point play as he hit a clutch three-point shot and converted the free throw as he was fouled on the shot attempt, to give LCCC a 76-71 lead with 2:50 remaining on the LCCC campus on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 10.More Information
The Lorain County Community College women’s basketball team opened the game in strong fashion, leading 16-15 in the first quarter when freshman guard Hannah Oehlstrom (Avon Lake/Avon Lake) hit a three-point shot with 2:05 left in the opening quarter, but Edison State CC closed out the quarter with an 8-0 run to lead, 23-16, after one quarter on the LCCC campus on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 10. The Chargers would extend the run to 36-10 to open a 51-26 halftime lead.More Information
Seven members of the Lorain County Community College varsity cross country teams earned Scholar All America status through the NJCAA Cross Country Coaches Association for their academic success during the Fall 2017 semester. Congratulations to the following for earning this honor with GPA’s (grade-point-averages) of 3.4 or higher:More Information