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

Search for new women’s soccer coach will start this fall

The search for a new soccer coach to replace retiring coach Jim Gardner will start in the fall. Gardner is due to retire after the 2019 fall semester. Gardner was fired on Jan. 28 but was reinstated three days later after a large public outcry. During a speech made at the Laramie County Community College

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

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

Women’s soccer receives at-large bid to make NJCAA tournament

The Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team will be playing in the NJCAA National Tournament after winning an at-large bid.   The Golden Eagles did not make it to districts this season after falling short in the Region IX final against Western Wyoming Community College 1-0 on Oct. 27.  The Golden Eagles found out

Women’s soccer falls short in Region IX championship

The Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team defeated Sheridan College by a score of 3-0 in its first match of the Region IX tournament. The victory over Sheridan put the Golden Eagles in the championship game Saturday afternoon against Western Wyoming Community College, where LCCC lost 1-0. Against Sheridan, the Golden Eagles’ first goal

Women’s soccer advances to Region IX semifinals

In the final match of the 2018 women’s soccer regular season, the Golden Eagles fell to Gillette College 3-1. The Golden Eagles’ lone goal was scored by Annie Rolf in the 83rd minute to avoid the shutout. Ellie Bowman had 3 saves in goal for the Golden Eagles.     The 12th-ranked Golden Eagles moved

Hard work leads to Stoeger and her team’s success

One of the primary factors in the success of the Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team so far in the 2018 season is teamwork.  Taylor Stoeger, a sophomore forward for the Golden Eagles, is a team player, and that fact is bore out in statistics.   As of Oct. 4, Stoeger leads the Golden

Women’s soccer stomp Northwest College

The Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team took a 6-0 win against Northwest College on Saturday, Oct 6. The Golden Eagles took the early lead on a goal by Katie Loken in the eighth minute. The second Golden Eagles goal came in the 26th minute by Alexi Hobbs. The Golden Eagles extended the lead

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