A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

LCCC basketball team named regional champions

Aiden MattaJRNM 151The Lorain County Community College men’s basketball team has made history this season with their record-breaking performance.The basketball team finished first in their division, earning them the title of regional champions this year. This comes after a couple…

Coach Marty’s 100th Win

Lauren HoffmanEditor-in-chief Earlier this year, Martin Eggleston, coach of the Commodore’s basketball team at Lorain County Community College, celebrated his 100th win of the season, prompting celebrations of joy and achievement.But Coach Marty, as he is often called, could not…

Video games promote focus on education and culture

Owen CooperJRNM 151 The LCCC Writing Center was the place to be,  on Wed, Nov. 17 at 3:30 p.m., as Michael Piero Ph.D., a professor at Cuyahoga Community College, and author of two books, with over a dozen peer reviewed…

Stepping into the future with Esports

Destiny TorresStaff Writer The future of gaming has drastically changed in recent years. What once used to be a hobby has become a career for some as competitive gaming, or Esports as it’s typically called has raised to frame. According…

Jim Powers leads Commodore’s to regional championship

Hayden LowstetterJRNM 151 Jim Powers, LCCC Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country Coach has been at the forefront leading the program since 2008. He has helped push the Commodore’s to a 26-29 win over Kellogg Community College claiming the Men’s NJCAA Region…

First-generation student, Harlem Wizards entertainer recalls LCCC days

Oscar RosadoEditor-in-Chief Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Jack Ryan, aka Black Jack Ryan, is a streetball and basketball player, and entertainer for the Harlem Wizard, as well as a first-generation student at LCCC. He was also a former…

LCCC sports strikes out for the second year in a row

Hunter OsborneJRNM 151 For the second consecutive season, the Lorain County Community College’s baseball team has to take a seat on the bench.The 2021 season has ended before it began for the Commodores, just like the 2020 season. After two…

Covid restrictions cut athletic programs,
cross country takes second place

Anthony LaRosaJRNM 151 The National Junior College Athletic Association announced on March 13 that their spring sports would be postponed for 21 days. Three days later, the NJCAA released a statement cancelling all spring sports for the season. This was…

Women’s team uses momentum, wins back to back conference games

Quentin Pardon Assistant Editor “One of our goals is to finish the season with 10 wins or more. We had never had back to back winning seasons,” said Head Coach of LCCC’s Women’s Basketball Team Vince Granito . After a…

Men’s Commodores fall short, last in standings

Quentin Pardon Assistant Editor Struggles are becoming a theme for the men’s team as inconsistency and turnovers plague them. The Commodores current standing is 4-17 overall and 0-6 in the OCCAC as they seek their first conference win. LCCC’s Men’s…