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

Volleyball star Martin signs with Augusta

Another sophomore from the volleyball team has signed to extend her career at the next level.   Kylie Martin, a radiography major and a native of Gypsum, Colorado, has signed her letter of intent to play at Augusta University. AU plays in NCAA Division II, going 24-8 last season and winning the Peach Belt Conference

Volleyball picks back up after coaching change

Laramie County Community College lost its most successful volleyball coach in the program’s history when  Austin Albers, who led LCCC to a record of 145-57 and two top-10 finishes at the national tournament, announced his departure earlier this year. But it didn’t take long to fill those big shoes with the signing of new coach

Trying to continue the success

Laramie County Community College announced that Keri Coats would be taking over as the new head volleyball coach on Feb. 26, replacing departed coach Austin Albers. Coats is from Twin Falls, Idaho where she was teaching fifth grade. She didn’t start her volleyball career until eighth grade, because the schools she attended did not have

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

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

Volleyball finishes ninth in nation

The 2018 Laramie County Community College volleyball team ended its 2018 campaign much like the 2017 campaign, but on the winning side this time. LCCC had an eventful season, starting the year with a 7-7 record. The Golden Eagles would catch fire and go 25-2 for the rest of the season. The Golden Eagles had

Volleyball takes ninth at nationals

.@LCCCVolleyball wins the fourth set 25-23 and beats #8 Mineral Area College for Ninth place. pic.twitter.com/mvYvrysAXX — Will Crawford (@WillCrawford18) November 17, 2018 HUTCHINSON, Kansas — The Laramie County Community College volleyball team beat eighth-seeded Mineral Area College on Saturday, Nov. 17, to place ninth in the NJCAA national tournament. The victory gave the Golden

Volleyball team battles back at nationals with 2 victories

HUTCHINSON, Kansas — The Laramie County Community College volleyball team went 2-0 Nov. 16 at the NJCAA national tournament, advancing to the ninth-place match. The Golden Eagles started the day against 10th-seeded New Mexico Military Institute winning 3-2 (18-25, 25-21, 23-25, 25-23, 15-12). Avery Nelson had a comeback match after being held to just four

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