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LCC Volleyball Players Sign with 4-year Schools

LCC Volleyball Players Sign with 4-year Schools

Three LCC Volleyball players recently signed letters of intent to play at 4-year schools.  Kira Kirkham signed with (NCAA D1) Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, TX.  Kandace Cook signed with (NAIA) Stephens College in Columbia, MO.  Morgan Hanson signed with (NCAA DIII) Aurora University in Aurora, IL. “All three played important roles in […]

Cheyenne Cearley Signs with Lamar Community College Rodeo Team

Cheyenne Cearley Signs with Lamar Community College Rodeo Team

Cheyenne Cearley signed her letter of intent to compete for Lamar Community College’s Rodeo Team this fall. Cearley competes in barrel racing, goat tying, and breakaway roping and will pursue a degree in Horse Training and Management. To learn more about LCC’s Rodeo team contact Fred Sherwood at 719.336.1670 or fred.sherwood@lamarcc.edu.

Troy Schreivogel of La Junta signs with Lamar Community College

Troy Schreivogel of La Junta signs with Lamar Community College

Lamar Community College head baseball coach, Scott Crampton, would like to announce the signing of a national letter of intent by pitcher and outfielder Troy Schreivogel of La Junta, CO. Crampton stated, “Troy has been a varsity starter since his freshman year at La Junta High School; he is a quality young man that we […]

LCC RODEO: Edwards Signs for 2012-2013

LCC RODEO: Edwards Signs for 2012-2013

Wesley Edwards, a 2012 graduate of Belen High School (Belen, NM), signs a letter of intent to rodeo for Lamar Community College as his father Robert and LCC rodeo coach Fred Sherwood observe. Wesley will pursue an Associate of Applied Science in Horse Training & Management. He is currently fifth in Team Roping – Heading […]

LCC RODEO: Buringa Signs

LCC RODEO: Buringa Signs

Edison Academy (Golden, CO) graduate Clint Buringa signs his letter of intent to rodeo for Lamar Community College as his mother, Katie, and LCC Rodeo Coach Fred Sherwood observe. He will pursue an Associate of Arts in Business. “Clint is the 2006 Colorado Junior Rodeo champion header and the 2008 champion heeler,” commented Sherwood, “he […]