# Name Position YR HT High School Home Town

01

Peyton Kellick

DS/S

SO

5'6"

Elyria Catholic

Lorain, OH

02

Kelli Warren

OH

SO

5'8"

Clearview

Lorain, OH

03

Tanea McCord

OH

FR

5'5"

North Olmsted

North Olmsted, OH

04

Angela Dunn

S/DS

FR

5'1"

Fairview

Fairview Park, OH

07

McKenzie Zauner

DS

SO

4'11"

North Olmsted

North Olmsted, OH

09

Lexi Payton

OH

FR

5'5"

Kendall

Kendall, NY

10

Makayla Tuck

RS/MH

FR

5'10"

Brookside

Sheffield, OH

11

Gloria Souter

OH/MH

FR

5'9"

Huron

Huron, OH

12

Alana Carrion

MH

FR

5'10"

Marion L. Steele

Amherst, OH

13

Jedda Eggleston

RS/MH

FR

6'1"

Oberlin

Coatesville, PA

17

Shannon Minney

DS/OH

FR

5'3"

Marion L. Steele

Amherst, OH

19

Mary Williams

MH

SO

5'8"

Brookside

Sheffield, OH

In The News

Oehlstrom and Jones Earn Week Two OCCAC Basketball Players of the Week

Except from Kyle Kuhlman, OCCAC Sports Information

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – Four student-athletes were selected Monday (Nov. 13) as the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) Basketball Players of the Week. Ryann Greenfield (Cuyahoga) and Quantes Jackson (Sinclair) are the D-II award recipients while Lorain County’s Hannah Oehlstrom and Jovon Jones both collected the D-III weekly award.

HANNAH OEHLSTROM
Lorain County Community College Freshman guard
 Oehlstrom buried 11 of 22 three-point attempts and knocked in 49 percent of her field goal attempts overall while compiling an 18.7 points per game average. She crashed the boards for 22 rebounds total in three contests, pairing 10 rebounds against Penn State DuBois with 13 points for a double-double. She upped the ante in the next two games, scoring 23 and 20 points versus Anne Arundel Community College and Lehigh Carbon Community College, respectively.  
NOTE: Second straight OCCAC Player of the Week award for Oehlstrom.

JOVON JONES
Lorain County Community College Freshman forward
 Jones swiped the glass for 13 rebounds in the past week, helping Lorain County improve to 3-0 on the young season. The freshman forward chipped in 20 points offensively on 9-of-15 shooting and four assists. He got it done defensively, too, notching two blocks and a steal in each game.
NOTE:  First career OCCAC Player of the Week award for Jones and second straight D-III men’s accolade for Lorain County.

Congratulations Hannah and Jovon, way to keep it going in the second week!


JIMMY JOHN’S ATHLETE OF THE WEEK for November 6-12, 2017

Hannah Oehlstrom (5’2” Freshman from Avon Lake (Avon Lake HS))

 Hannah Oehlstrom

In LCCC Women’s Basketball Team’s 3 games this week (2 wins,1 loss), Hannah scored 56 points (18.7/game), 22 rebounds (7.3/game), 12 assists (4/game), and 5 steals (1.7/game). She was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Westmoreland Tip Off Classic because of her performance there. Hannah’s play has been a big part of LCCC’s strong start to the season where the team has already equaled their win total from a year ago. Hannah has been named OCCAC Player of the Week for the first two weeks of the season! Besides basketball, Hannah also competed in golf in high school. Hannah is majoring in education and works as a babysitter and in her mom’s daycare to prepare for this career.

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Also nominated this week:
Daniel Lott, Men’s Basketball, sophomore from Brooklyn. Last week, Dan was named the OCCAC Player of the Week for scoring 23 points against CCAC Boyce. Dan shot 8 for 15 from the field and 1 for 2 from the line and grabbed 8 rebounds.


Commodores’ Second Half Propels LCCC Past Lehigh Carbon CC, 101-69, in the Westmoreland CC Wolfpack Tip Off Classic

by Ken Hoffman

November 11, 2017 –The Lorain County Community College men’s basketball team won its third straight game, 101-69, over Lehigh Carbon CC on Saturday afternoon at the Westmoreland CC Tournament.  The Commodores jumped out to a 38-31 halftime lead before outscoring Lehigh, 63-38, in the second half.
 
“We received a great second half from our entire bench,” Head Coach Marty Eggleston said . “Everyone played very well,” he commented.
 
Freshman center/forward Jovon Jones scored a team-high 14 points on six-of-eight shooting and sophomore guard Kevin Kelly added five points, four assists, two rebounds and a steal.  Both Jones and Kelly were selected to the all-tournament team.   
 
Freshman guard Montez Day enjoyed quite a game with 13 points on six-of-seven shooting, a team-high eight assists and three steals.  Freshman guard Thomas Hronis added 13 points and three steals.  Freshman guard Kevin Miller, Jr., tallied 10 points and three steals.  Sophomore forward Miles Meredith grabbed a team-high eight rebounds along with six points.
 
LCCC is 3-0 for the young season and will travel to Toledo to play DII member Owens CC on Thursday, November 16, for a 7 p.m. tip off.  
 


LCCC Men’s Basketball Improves to 2-0 with Strong Defense In Westmoreland Tournament Win over Anne Arundel CC, 91-63

by Ken Hoffman

November 10, 2017– The Lorain County Community College men’s basketball team — sparked by the defense of freshman guard Oscar Dorsey — led the entire game and ran away from Anne Arundel Community College, 91-63, in the opener of the Westmoreland CC Tournament on Friday afternoon. 
 
Dorsey came off the bench to rev up the team’s defensive effort and also scored five points in the first quarter.   “We were solid today; everyone played well,” Head Coach Marty Eggleston noted.  “Oscar really ignited our defense, and (freshman point guard) Justis Craig turned up the heat with five or six steals,” Eggleston added.
 
The scoring was led by sophomore forward Zach Swain with 15 points and sophomore Mike Rell with 14.  Sophomore forward Daniel Lott added nine points.  Freshman forward/center Jovon Jones tallied six points and a team-high nine rebounds while freshman forward Jatee Dudley added six points and six rebounds.  In all, 13 of the 15 players scored for LCCC.
 
“I was proud of how they guarded today; the defense triggered everything,” Eggleston commented,” Everyone contributed well.”
 
The Commodores led 44-25 at halftime behind Rell’s 11 first-half points.
 
LCCC takes its 2-0 record into tomorrow’s game against Lehigh CC at noon.
 


Lady Commodores Win Big In Westmoreland Tip Off Classic Over Lehigh Carbon CC, 93-39

by Ken Hoffman

November 11, 2017 — The Lorain County Community College women’s basketball team capped off the Westmoreland Wolfpack Tip Off Classic on Saturday with a decisive 93-39 victory over Lehigh Carbon CC.

LCCC bounced back from yesterday’s poor shooting (22%) to make a whopping 57% from the floor, including an astounding 13-of-19 three-point shots (68%).
 
“When you make 13 of 19 three’s, you’re not going to lose too many games,” Head Coach Vince Granito commented. ” It was great to rebound from yesterday with excellent shooting today,” Granito added.
 
Sophomore guard Carrie Carlson scored a game-high 26 points.  LCCC also received two double-doubles from freshman guard Hannah Oehlstrom with 20 points and 10 assists, and sophomore forward Sarah Kyser with 14 points and a game-high 10 rebounds.
 
LCCC also notched 27 assists. “That tells me we moved the ball well,” Granito said of the assist total.
 
The Lady Commodores jumped out to a 21-11 lead in the first quarter and essentially put the game out of reach with a 26-8 advantage in the second quarter over the out-manned Lady Cougars, to take a 47-19 lead into halftime.
 
Freshman guard NaYani Pope scored nine points and sophomore forward Angel Blakely added eight.  All 10 LCCC players added to the scoring.
 
Carlson and Oehlstrom were named to the all-tournament team for their two-day performances. 
 
The Lady Commodores improve to 3-2 this season, already matching last year’s win total after just five games.  They will travel to Owens CC on Thursday for a 5 p.m. contest.