Nevada high school champion studies nursing

Laramie County Community College Freshman Courtney Walker plays guard for the Golden Eagles women’s basketball team. She said she hopes for a good season this year.     Walker transferred from Centennial High School in Las Vegas, Nevada. She played for their women’s basketball team, and they won three state championships in 2015, 2016 and

Former University of Wyoming standout and professional player joins Golden Eagles

The LCCC women’s basketball team has a new assistant coach, and for any basketball fan in the Wyoming area, her name is one you should be familiar with. Marquelle Dent, a former University of Wyoming basketball player, has joined head coach Brian Ortmeier’s staff for the 2017-18 season. Dent had recently been assisting the coaching

Women’s basketball preseason sets the season’s pace

The Laramie County Community College women’s basketball team is rolling into the 2017-18 season with confidence and hoping to become a legitimate contender in Region IX. The Golden Eagles, led by five returning sophomores, will attempt to improve their 2016-17 record of 11-17. The team has used the month of October to dial in their

Second season underway with fresh players, new assistant coach

After 25 years of not having a program, Laramie County Community College now has an established women’s basketball team.   The Golden Eagles had their inaugural season last year, where they went 11-17. Head coach Brian Ortmeier is in his second season with the Golden Eagles.   “I was very pleased with how the our

First season highlighted by playoff appearance

By Madi Taylor Sports Co-editor The Laramie County Community College women’s basketball team secured a playoff bid Saturday, Feb. 25, with a 71-66 win over visiting Lamar Community College. Cailyn Arnold led the team with 23 points and seven rebounds. Kate Fiscus had 12 points and pulled down six rebounds, adding to LCCC’s total of

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