LCCC athletes crushed after virus cancels spring seasons

The spring season for the Laramie County Community College rodeo team just getting started before it was canceled because of COVID-19. “It was something that was very hard to hear, ”said rodeo athlete Ian McGivney. “I was really bummed out and felt bad for my coaches and teammates as well. We were just getting into

LCCC Rodeo Team prepares for spring season

Most of the rodeo members attended local jackpots and rodeos while over break to keep practicing in the off-season. “It’s kind of a unique situation for the rodeo student-athletes,” coach Seth Glause said. “They can compete professionally as well as collegiately and still get paid when they win money.” Going into the upcoming season, Glause

LCCC Rodeo team hosts annual Lariat ‘n’ Lace Benefit Auction

Though the LCCC Rodeo Team doesn’t start competing until March, they stay busy at the college and with the team itself. The team and coach Seth Glause are busy planning their annual benefit auction and fundraiser, Lariat ‘N’ Lace, which takes place on Feb. 15 “We do a community event: it’s a dinner, an auction

Ranch Horse Team reflects back on last season and looks forward to upcoming spring season

The Laramie County Community College Ranch Horse team found out in August it won first place for the entire season, beating out all other teams in the Collegiate division.  “Wow. We got it.” Coach Danny May said. “That formula does work. The little bits here and there. Keep pushing, keep striving. We don’t just clean

Women’s Volleyball finish strong at the Region IX tournament despite challenging year

Though the season didn’t go as planned for the Laramie County Community College volleyball team, with a 11-24 record, head coach Keri Coats couldn’t have been more proud of her girls.  “Overall, it was a really productive growth year,” Coats said. “ I know that we can all agree the record isn’t what we want

LCCC prepares for spring season after finishing fifth and sixth in Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo

The Laramie County Community College men’s rodeo team finished fifth and the women’s sixth in the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo on Oct. 11-13. The LCCC Rodeo team and their coach, Seth Glause, hosted more than 300 contestants in three days of competition. “I enjoyed the atmosphere of the whole rodeo,” LCCC team member Ian McGivney

Equestrian Team focuses on first show of the season

The Laramie County Equestrian Team’s season has kicked off this month with practices at the LCCC arena. Coach Lanae McDonald and her assistant coaches Deeda Randall and Sabrina Johnson are working hard to get the team ready for their upcoming Western and Huntseat shows. “We have a really good mix of sophomores and freshmen,” McDonald

Kicking off season for Women’s soccer

The Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team has been practicing and playing its best this season heading into the first three games. The team started their season ranked #10 in the NJCAA polls. With a tied game against Snow College on Aug. 23, a win against Cloud Community College on Aug. 25 and a

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