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

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

Rodeo team season concludes; Brown commits to UW

The Laramie County Community College rodeo team looked to bounce back after a disappointing fall season, and they did just that. At the Gillette College rodeo on March 16-17, the men’s team placed third overall with 445 points and the women placed seventh with 130 points. Bernard Girard won the tie-down roping event at the

“Being a good teammate is where I’m at right now”

Rodeo athlete Caydee Johnson has hit a slump since last season, but she hasn’t let her setbacks shake her spirit. A year ago, Johnson took first place in the all-around at a rodeo hosted by Colorado State as a freshman athlete. Now, a year later, Johnson said she has hit a slump with her sophomore

Rodeo team succeeds after disappointing fall season

The Laramie County Community College rodeo team looked to bounce back after a disappointing fall season, and they did just that. At the Gillette College rodeo on March 16-17, the men’s team placed third overall with 445 points and the women placed seventh with 130 points. Bernard Girard won the tie-down roping event at the

Brown, healthy rodeo team look forward to spring season

Spring season is coming up for the Laramie County Community College rodeo team after a short break over Christmas, and first-year head coach Seth Glause said he couldn’t be more excited to get back from the break. During the fall season, the Golden Eagles were plagued with injuries. The break was something that the team

Hurlburt shines at Lamar, Shawn Dubie Oct. 12-14

Austin Hurlburt led the Laramie County Community College rodeo team at the Lamar College Rodeo on Oct. 5-7 in Lamar, Colorado.   The men’s team took fifth at the rodeo with a score of 280 points, led by Hurlburt, who took first in the tie-down roping event with a total time of 22.2 seconds. Hurlburt

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