Not many student-athletes at Lake Erie College have had the accreditation that the recently graduated Nick Boggs (Sr., Concord, Ohio/Riverside) does. As a result, his efforts in the classroom and on the mat in competition have earned him the Great Midwest Collegiate Achievement Award for 2018-19.
The Great Midwest Athletic Conference announced its track & field all-conference teams this afternoon and Lake Erie has six student-athletes named. The group consists of Sydney Crouch, Luca Hartman, Johanna Moeller, Hailey Nielsen, Imane Snyder, and Ashley West.
The Lake Erie Storm baseball team stayed alive in the 2019 G-MAC postseason with a record-breaking 6-3 win over Trevecca Nazarene University at Prasco Park on Thursday morning. The Storm now stands at 29-21 while the Trojans ended their season at 28-22.
The G-MAC Championships came to a close today with the Lake Erie women’s track & field team coming in seventh place. The Storm were able to come up with 43 points on the weekend to top last year’s total by 22.
Day 2 of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships was a good one for Lake Erie. The Storm were impressive on the women’s side and stand in the middle of the pack with 11 points with more on place for tomorrow.
Lake Erie Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach Mallory Ferrandiz has announced that she will step down from her duties for personal reasons. She leaves the program with a 46-36 record over the past five seasons.
The season came to an end for Lake Erie with a 13-9 defeat to Mercyhurst at Seton Hill University in the G-MAC Tournament semifinals. The third-seeded Storm end the campaign at 4-10 while the No. 2 Lakers improved to 12-3.
The G-MAC announced its postseason awards this afternoon and Lake Erie has placed six players on the all-conference team. Tyler Manning and Patrick Bay were chosen as First Team selections, while Tim Bay, Matt Cromie, Conor Sharkey, and Bret Swan were Second Team picks.
Lake Erie’s title defense came to an end as it fell to top-seeded Tiffin 11-8 in the first G-MAC Tournament semifinal on Thursday morning. The fourth-seeded Storm (7-10) had the Dragons (12-6) on the ropes with an upset on their mind, but the Dragons were able to pull away and keep Lake Erie at arm’s length.
The G-MAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships open up today and Lake Erie is looking to make some more noise in its second year. Not much scoring will take place today with the exception of the 10,000 meters, but the multi-events will start with the women’s heptathlon and the men’s decathlon.
On the eve of the semifinals, the G-MAC announced its all-conference teams on Wednesday evening and a pair of Storm student-athletes were named. Anna Spin repeated her spot as a First Team selection while Riley Heffron was named as a Second Team choice.
The year is coming to a close, but the planning for next year has already started with the election of the new student-athlete advisory committee officers. Morgan Smith (softball), Justin Collins (football), Jason Collins (football), and Meagan Maxwell (women’s lacrosse) will form the new quartet and take office this fall.
Lake Erie Football has announced three one-day summer camps in mid-June for high school students, prep school and junior college athletes, and high school teams looking for 7-on-7 competition. Two will be held at Jack Britt Stadium with another taking place in Cincinnati.
The regular season came to a close for Lake Erie with an 18-7 defeat against Tiffin at Frost Kalnow Stadium this afternoon. The result sets up a rematch between the Storm (7-9, 4-3) and Dragons (11-6, 7-0) in next week’s G-MAC Tournament which will be hosted by Tiffin.
With an emphatic 22-11 victory over Davis & Elkins this afternoon, Lake Erie ensured the regular season finale wouldn’t be the final one of the year. The Storm (4-9, 4-2) will now advance to the G-MAC Tournament next week.
Lake Erie sent a few athletes to Denison University for a last-meet tune-up before next week’s G-MAC Championships on Friday. The Storm did well despite only sending six athletes. Despite that, four of them were able to place.