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Matthew Kirsch

Matthew participated in cross country and track & field all 4 years at Amherst Steele High School.  He was 1st Team All-County in 2018 and was part of the 2018 District Championship Team in cross country.  He was part of the 2018 and 2019 track team that captured the Southwestern Conference Championship for Amherst.  His goal is to become a history teacher.  Sports run in his family, with both his mom and dad participating in sports in high school; his dad currently is a golf coach. 

Marissa Meyers

Mackenzie Deibel

Mackenzie participated in cross country, track, and marching band for 4 years during his high school career, earning 4 letters.  He helped Bay to second place in the State HS Championships (DII) and earned Great Lakes Conference Honorable Mention and Lorain Morning Journal All Star for his performances in cross country.  

Seth Killinger

Seth competed in cross country and track at Clearview HS and was team captain in both sports.  He earned the Clipper award, along with MVP and Most Improved Runner for his team.  He also served as Senior Class Treasurer at Clearview.  Seth plans to attend Capitol University to pursue a Mathematics/Engineering dual degree (5 years Masters) after his time at LCCC.

Julia Hamilton

Kelsey Gannon

Kelsey is a two-sport athlete at LCCC, competing in cross-country and basketball for the Commodores. During high school, she earned nine varsity letters in basketball, soccer, and track. She served as team captain in both soccer and track. Kelsey also played travel soccer for TCFC, but never ran cross-country, so this was her first season competing in the sport. Winning two District Championships with her Avon soccer teams are her favorite sports memories. Kelsey set the pace for the Lady Commodore cross country team throughout the season including at the 2019 NJCAA Division III National Cross Country Championships, earning NJCAA DIII All-American honors with her 15th place finish, and leading the team to a 9th place finish, with a of 20:48 over the 5K course.  Kelsey also led the LCCC team at the 2019 NJCAA DIII Region XII Championship, finishing second in the meet to earn an All-Region team nod with a season best time of  20:36.  Earlier in the season, Kelsey was selected as the NJCAA Division III Runner of the Week in just the second race of her career. An outstanding student, Kelsey graduated high school with a 3.9 GPA and plans to attend a four-year university to complete her degree in Biology.  

 

Erin Konrad

Erin Konrad

Erin was a three-sport athlete at Vermilion High School, competing in cross country, basketball, and track & Field. She won two varsity letters in track, running hurdles, the 4x800m relay, and the 800m. She also kept busy with other extra-curricular activities as a member of the marching band, concert band, and was in the French Honors Society. Erin graduated with a 3.9 GPA and was ranked 13th in her class. Erin helped the Lady Commodores to a 9th place team finish as the 4th runner on the  LCCC Cross Country Team at the 2019 NJCAA DIII National Championship meet with a 93rd place finish and a season best time of 27:18 over the 5K course. She plans to attend a four-year university when she finishes up at LCCC to earn a degree in Biology, then pursue a career in Forensic Science.  

Mackenzie Glass

Mackenzie was a seven-time letter-winner in cross country and track at Brookside High School. During her career, she was named Most Valuable Runner in cross country and held their high school record for two years. She also ran distance for the track team and holds the two-mile record for the Cardinals. Mackenzie was a member of the National Technical Honors Society, as well as Family Career and Community Leaders of America. She excelled in the classroom, graduating with a 3.7 GPA from Brookside. Mackenzie helped the Lady Commodores to a 9th place team finish as the 3rd runner on the  LCCC Cross Country Team at the 2019 NJCAA DIII National Championship meet with a 61st place finish and a time of 24:18 over the 5K course.  Mackenzie was also the 3rd runner for the Commodores in the 2019 NJCAA DIII Region XII Championship, earning All-Region honors with her fourth place finish and a season best time of 22:06. Running with her sister, Samantha, at practice and meets are her favorite sports memories. Once she finishes at LCCC, Mackenzie plans to attend a four-year university to finish her degree in early childhood education and become a second grade math teacher.