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

Student athletes give back to the local community

Laramie County Community College athletes might bring entertainment and joy to Cheyenne residents through their hard work on the field or hardwood, but they also volunteer their time through community service activities. Student-athletes at LCCC are required to perform 20 hours of community service around the local area. Each team works with an organization or

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

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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