As a reminder, to prepare for a thorough cleaning of the men’s and women’s locker rooms, please remove items stored in these lockers by Monday, June 4.
To prepare for a thorough cleaning of the men’s and women’s locker rooms, please remove items stored in these lockers by Monday, June 4.
The LLCC softball team, coached by John Marsaglia, continued its national NJCAA Division II tournament play yesterday in Clinton, Miss.
Des Moines Area won yesterday’s 3:30 p.m. game against the Loggers 9-1. The Loggers played again at 5:30 p.m. against Johnson County, with the final score 3-11.
Congratulations to the LLCC softball team for a great season!
Congratulations to LLCC softball, coached by John Marsaglia, for advancing in the national NJCAA Division II tournament! The team began its tournament play yesterday in Clinton, Miss., defeating Lansing 1-0. The Loggers play Des Moines Area today at 3:30 p.m. Read more.
The women’s locker room will close for renovations as of noon today, May 17. It will reopen on Monday, May 21.
The women’s locker room will close for renovations as of noon on Thursday, May 17. It will reopen on Monday, May 21.
The LLCC Loggers softball team, coached by John Marsaglia, won the Region XXIV tourney last weekend, defeating ICC 3-2. This is the team’s first regional title in school history and first national berth since 2015. LLCC will play in the NJCAA Division II National Tournament May 16-19 in Clinton, Miss. Read more.
The LLCC Board of Trustees Monday evening honored the LLCC volleyball team, coached by Jim Dietz, for the Loggers’ third place finish at the national tournament, the third year in a row the team earned a spot at nationals. Board Chair Dennis Shackelford congratulated the players for their success athletically and academically. Among their honors, half of the team members were named Academic All Americans.
The NJCAA has announced post-season honors and two LLCC volleyball players have received awards!
Kiersten Anderson, sophomore from Springfield, was named a First Team All-American. She becomes the second-ever Logger volleyball player to be named All-American in each of her two seasons on the court.
Also named was Addie Patton, sophomore from Mackinaw, who was selected to the Second Team All-America squad. A two-year starter for the Loggers, Patton also found her way into the Logger leader tables.
Congratulations to LLCC’s volleyball team, which has earned a berth in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Volleyball National Championship tournament for the third year in a row! Read more.