A successful season in volleyball, women's soccer and men's soccer has garnered honors for 18 Laramie County Community College student athletes.
Golden Eagles defeated Central Wyoming College and Northwest Kansas Technical College during the recent Golden Eagles Realtors' Classic.
Men's basketball, women's volleyball and women's soccer teams battle against opposing teams during the fall sports season.
With Storey gym not having floor markings approved by the National Junior College Athletic Association, LCCC officials moved the games to LCCC's gymnasium.
The Laramie County Community College volleyball team closed out the regular season this past Thursday and Friday at Sheridan College and Northwest College. The Golden Eagles dropped both contests on the road.
The Laramie County Community College Golden Eagles volleyball program introduced five signings for its 2015 season on Sunday afternoon.
Sophomores Darien Fernandez and Kamari Robinson each had 15 points and got the season off to a great start as the Laramie County Community College Golden Eagles blew out the Rocky Mountain All-Stars 115-47 on Saturday afternoon.
In a packed house at the "Eagles' Nest," the Laramie County Community College Golden Eagles sent their sophomores off in style with a victory over Eastern Wyoming College in four sets (22-25, 25-16, 25-20 and 25-19).
Women's soccer defeats Western Wyoming while men's soccer falls to Otero Junior College.
LCCC's equestrian team placed third in the region after competing in events on Oct 18 and 19 at the Colby Community College IHSA Western Horse Show.
Six members of the Laramie County Community College rodeo team earned National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association scholar honors.
The Laramie County Community College Golden Eagles volleyball team put an end to its four-game losing streak by defeating the Thunderbirds of Casper College on Thursday evening.
Read about LCCC's men's and women's soccer teams and how they placed during their latest games.
The Laramie County Community College rodeo team hosted its annual Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo this weekend, and a pair of Golden Eagles won their events.
Women's and men's soccer teams win during away games while volleyball team drops two games.
The LCCC hunt seat equestrian team traveled to Fort Lupton, Colorado, over the weekend for its first show of the season. Riders in the show, sponsored by the University of Colorado, competed in English equitation and jumping classes.
Several LCCC teams stay busy competing against rival schools. LCCC provides a recap of the recent sporting activities and team standings.
The Laramie County Community College women's volleyball team hit the track running and never slowed down as it netted its 20th win of season with a three straight set (25-16, 25-19 and 25-17) victory over Eastern Wyoming College on the road.
The Laramie County Community College rodeo team was in Sheridan, Wyoming, over the weekend for the Sheridan College Rodeo.
The Laramie County Community College women's soccer team won two games to extend their winning streak to six, while the men's soccer team won one and lost one; and the women's volleyball team lost to Casper.
This October, the chute opens on the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo at Laramie County Community College. The rodeo will be held on Friday, Oct. 10; Saturday, Oct. 11; and Sunday, Oct. 12.
The Laramie County Community College men's soccer team extended their winning streak to five games as they defeated Northwest College Sept. 19, Sheridan College on Sept. 20, and Northeastern Junior College on Sept. 23 at LCCC soccer field.
The Golden Eagles got off to a quick start on Military Appreciation Night at Laramie County Community College.
Despite injuries that limited their roster to 14 players, the Laramie County Community College women's soccer team came away with two victories over the weekend, defeating Northwest College and Sheridan College.
The Laramie County Community College men's rodeo team got great contributions from Reed Johnson and Chance Englebert as they helped the men's team take eighth place at the Chadron State Rodeo.
The Laramie County Community College men's soccer team struggled on the road in their first three matches, but they got back on track over the weekend by defeating Northeastern Junior College 6-1 and Central Community College 2-0.
On Sept. 8, the Laramie County Community College volleyball team matched the total amount of wins it had recorded in all of last season.
The Laramie County Community College volleyball unbeaten streak of 14 consecutive games was snapped after going 1-3 over the weekend at the Pizza Hut Invitational in Sterling, Colorado.
Laramie County Community College had a strong showing at the Rustler Roundup Rodeo in Riverton, Wyoming Sept. 11-13.
The Laramie County Community College women's soccer team's schedule didn't get much easier as they squared off with another nationally ranked opponent over the weekend.
The Laramie County Community College men's soccer team opened its season in Urbana, Illinois, squaring off with the host school Parkland College on Saturday and Lincoln Land Community College on Sunday.
The Laramie County Community College volleyball team was on the road Wednesday night in Beatrice, Nebraska, for a match with Southeast Community College. The Golden Eagles improved their record to 5-0 with a victory over the Cyclones in four sets (25-18, 25-21, 13-25, 25-23).
Laramie County Community College women's volleyball setter Rory McCloy earned national recognition for her play in the first four matches of the season.
The Laramie County Community College women's volleyball team started its season off on the right note by going 4-0 over the weekend at the Little Caesar's Classic in Lamar, Colorado.
LCCC men's basketball student-athlete Kendyl Grover has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball next season at Adams State University.
Though the regular college rodeo season is over for the year, LCCC's Brandy Brown earned an opportunity to compete in breakaway roping at the College National Finals Rodeo.
The LCCC Golden Eagles have two strong new additions to the men's basketball team, including a hometown all-state player.
Earlier this month, Kailey Kaufmann competed in the 2014 Intercollegiate Horse Show Association national horse show, hosted at the Pennsylvania Farm Complex in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Sophomore Madison Lacey has signed a national letter of intent to attend and play volleyball at Southwest Minnesota State University.
LCCC sophomores Sayit Mejia-Bello and Eri Unai have signed letters of intent to attend Mississippi College in Clinton, Mississippi, and a chance to continue their careers in women's soccer.
The Laramie County Community College rodeo team was in action last weekend in Fort Collins, Colo., for the Colorado State University Rodeo.
Brandy Brown took third in breakaway over the weekend.
Following another highly successful season, Laramie County Community College women's soccer sophomores Francesca Ali and Taylor Hockley have committed with four-year programs.
Kelsey Jenkins, Jessie Johnson and Kailey Kaufmann represented Laramie County Community College on March 29 at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Western Semi-Finals competition.
Tawny Barry took seventh in breakaway at the first rodeo of the spring semester.
The pair are the latest recruits from Johnstown to join the Golden Eagles.
The two sophomores were key to the success of the Golden Eagles this season.
Hannah Huus and Shelby Johnson will play for the Golden Eagles in the fall.
After two successful years as a Golden Eagle, Daniel Ainsworth will finish his student-athlete years as a Columbia Cougar.
With the success at this event, the team finishes the year in third place in the region.
Aspen Olson and Whitney Shawver will bring their athletic and academic prowess to the Golden Eagles this fall.
LCCC improves to 16-10 with the 90-80 win over Trinidad State Junior College.
LCCC fell 85-78 to Western Nebraska Community College on Saturday.
The LCCC basketball team beat Eastern Wyoming 97-67 Wednesday night.
LCCC fell 93-81 to Northeastern Junior College over the weekend, and they were edged 86-84 by Lamar on Jan. 22.
The LCCC men's basketball team beat the third-ranked team in the country.
Golden Eagles 93, Trinidad State Trojans 84.
With the third loss in a row, the Golden Eagles drop to 12-6.
The Golden Eagles are now 12-5 on the year.
LCCC sends Western Nebraska home with a loss.
Camps start Jan. 14.
No. 7 Golden Eagles knock off defending national champs.
Numerous athletes place.
LCCC is sitting sixth out of eight teams in the region.
LCCC finishes with one win, one loss.
LCCC secures the title by finishing regular season with two wins.
Golden Eagles finish regular season with double victories.
LCCC is 10-15 on the season.
The Golden Eagles have outscored their last three opponents 20-2.
A number of athletes placed.
Three Golden Eagles improve to 11-5-1 and 10-2 in Region IX.
Golden Eagles lose two games.
Men's team falls short.
Golden Eagles fall to Otero and Trinidad.
Golden Eagles compete in Colby, Kan.
Golden Eagles lose one, win one over the weekend.
Golden Eagles tie with Otero.
Golden Eagles defeat Northwest and Sheridan College.
Golden Eagles play tough against region foe.
Latest victory vs. Western Nebraska Community College.
Golden Eagles lose to Casper College.
Four different Golden Eagles score.
Goal keeper Daniel Ainsworth recorded his third straight shutout.
Chance Englebert and Jorry Lammers place in their events.
Golden Eagles are 5-8 on the year.
Taylor Hockley earns a hat trick in the high-scoring game.
Golden Eagles defeat Otero and Trinidad State.
The Golden Eagles are 4-6 on the season.
Golden Eagles defeat Iowa Lakes and North Idaho College.
Golden Eagles drop two games in Illinois.
Golden Eagles fall to Iowa Wester but defeat Butler.
Willy Salamanca scores LCCC's lone goal.
NJCAA recognizes more students than any other such college in the state.
Camp takes place July 8-11.
David Browder will serve a two-year term on the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.
Women take 2nd in Laramie; men place 10th.
Portley is one of only nine freshmen nationwide honored as NJCAA All-Americans and is the first LCCC basketball All-American since 1987.
Portley is one of only six players named to the All Region IX First Team.
The women's team is 9th and men's is 11th in overall region standings.
Riders will compete March 23-24.