Stars sign to play at four year colleges

Two Laramie County Community College women soccer players decided to further their careers by signing to play at four-year universities next season. Katie Loken and Taylor Stoeger signed their letters of intent on Feb. 20. Sophomore forward Stoeger (Green River, Wyo.) signed with Division I University of Montana, in Missoula, Montana.  The standout was someone

Building a national powerhouse

There is always a first for everything, especially in the sports world. On March 1, history was made by the Laramie County County Community College women’s basketball team. For the first time since the 2016 reinstatement of the women’s basketball team, the Golden Eagles have made it to the NJCAA Region IX tournament. In the

Stars follow former coach to CSU-Pueblo

Reuniting with their former coach factored into where two former Laramie County Community College volleyball players decided to continue their collegiate careers.   Freshman Jazzy Espinoza and sophomore Payton Stack signed their letters of intent to play at NCAA DII CSU-Pueblo on Feb. 7, to follow their former, and soon to be future, coach Austin

Volleyball coaching search to finish sometime this month

The search for a new volleyball coach is in full swing at Laramie County Community College, after the departure of Austin Albers. On Dec. 14, NCAA Division II CSU-Pueblo Athletics Department made an announcement that LCCC head coach Albers had been hired to the same position. Albers put LCCC volleyball in the national spotlight by

Sharp shooter uses chip on shoulder to lead to success

The Laramie County Community College men’s basketball team sit in the driverseat with only two games left and the chance to host a home playoff game. LCCC has hosted a playoff game the last four of five years, missing out last year. The Golden Eagles lost 76-74 at Lamar Community College last year, but hope

Jim Gardner to return as LCCC women’s soccer coach for one more season

Jim Gardner gives speech to the public, LCCC women’s soccer players, and the LCCC Board of Trustees Not done yet Jim Gardner announced he would return as the head women’s soccer coach for Laramie County Community College during the public comment portion of the Board of Trustees meeting on Friday, Feb. 1. Gardner was terminated

Jim Gardner reinstated by LCCC

Jim Gardner announced he would return as the head women’s soccer coach for Laramie County Community College during the public comment portion of the Board of Trustees meeting on Friday, Feb. 1. Gardner was terminated from his job of the  last 16 years on Monday, Jan. 28. In a statement, LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer

Men’s win in OT to beat Northwest College

The Laramie County Community College men’s basketball team outscored Northwest College in the second half 41-34 to force overtime before winning a close game 86-85 on Wednesday, Jan. 30 in Powell. The Golden Eagles outscored the Trappers 9-8 in the extra period to get the victory. Sophomore Tyrese Potoma had a game-high 22 points and

Men’s Basketball go 1-1 last week, face Northwest College Jan. 30

The Laramie County Community College men’s basketball team went 1-1 for the week of Jan. 21.   The Golden Eagles were able to hold on to beat Western Wyoming Community College 97-85 thanks to a hot start from the 3-point line, as they hit six straight threes in the first half. LCCC led by as

Volleyball coach Albers accepts position at CSU-Pueblo

The Golden Eagles took ninth-place in the NJCAA tournament a month ago, which is just five years into head coach Austin Albers tenure. On Dec. 18, CSU-Pueblo announced Albers had been named its head volleyball coach.   Laramie County Community College had a record of 14-25 before Albers made his appearance at the school. LCCC

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