Women’s soccer snag win, get weekend off

The Laramie County Community Colleges women’s soccer team was in action Sept. 22 and  took a victory over Sheridan College.   LCCC snuck by with the 1-0 victory at home against the Generals. They were led by sophomore Noemi Amaro, who scored the only goal and was assisted by sophomore Taylor Stoeger. Sophomore goalie Ellie

Women’s soccer team beats Western, shuts out Northwest

The LCCC women’s soccer team scored two wins the week of Sept. 10 against Northwest College and Western Wyoming Community College   LCCC won 3-1 against Western Wyoming on Sept. 12 in a game played at Cheyenne East High School. Faith Meredith had two goals and Christina de Andres had one goal for LCCC. The Golden

Three Golden Eagles soccer players sign with four-year schools

Three Laramie County Community College women’s soccer players have signed a letter of intent to continue their collegiate soccer careers. On April 25, midfielder Natalie de Marco (Canberra, Australia), midfielder Elise Atkins (Haxtun, Colorado) and defender Lauren Passini (Sheridan, Wyoming) all signed on with four-year colleges. de Marco signed with Mount Royal University, located in

Soccer players continue careers outside of Laramie County Community College

Two Golden Eagles women soccer players have decided to extend their playing careers at four year universities.   Nikita Woods and Abby Morillon signed their letters of intent on Feb. 28. Sophomore midfielder Woods (Corrimal, Australia) signed her letter of intent with Division II Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas. Sophomore midfielder Morillon (Cheyenne,

Soccer recognized with three All-Americans

Three Laramie County Community College Golden Eagles women’s soccer players were named to the United Soccer Coaches all-american team. Sophomore forward Nikita Woods and freshman Katie Loken were named to the first team, and sophomore Abby Morillon, a former journalist with Wingspan, was named to the second team. The group of girls chosen to the

Women soccer players receive awards, recognitions for 2017 season

Laramie County Community College’s student athletes Nikita Woods, a sophomore from Corrimal, Australia, and Katie Loken, a freshman from Cheyenne, were awarded First Team All-American honors in women’s soccer, the NJCAA office announced in December.   Woods, a forward and the highest-scorer on the team this season, scored 25 goals and 60 points, which ranked

Region IX player of the year leads Golden Eagles in scoring

The Region IX Player of the Year resides here at Laramie County Community College, but the path she took to LCCC is not the norm. Nikita Woods led the Golden Eagles women’s soccer team this season with 25 goals and was fourth on the team with 10 assists, which led to Woods being honored as

Women’s soccer goes 1-1 at third straight national tournament

The third-ranked Golden Eagles women’s soccer team competed in its third straight NJCAA national championship in Melbourne, Florida, where the Golden Eagles planned to improve on their third place finish last year. Pool play is based on a team’s national rank from the regular season. The Golden Eagles were the No. 3 seed based on

Golden Eagles’ Abby Morillon gives a look into what it takes to be a part of a nationally ranked soccer team

Editors Note: Abby Morillon, a member of the Golden Eagles women’s soccer team, will be checking in periodically from the 2017 NCJAA women’s national soccer championship tournament with a behind-the-scenes look at the team in its quest to win a national title. The 2017 NJCAA Women’s national soccer tournament is being held in Melbourne, Florida.

LCCC standout shares bond with coach

Cheyenne native, LCCC Wingspan staffer and high school soccer standout Abby Morillon is now a main contributor for the Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team. Before her time at LCCC, Morillon played soccer for Jim Gardner at East High School, who is also the coach for the Golden Eagles. Over her high school career,

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