LCCC Student-Athletes Earn Academic Awards in 2013-14 Season

Lorain County Community College is pleased to announce six LCCC student-athletes have earned Academic All-Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) and two LCCC student-athletes have earned National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Academic Awards for the 2013-14 season. The students come from four different LCCC sports. 

{mosimage}To earn Academic All-OCCAC, a student must have at least a 3.30 cumulative GPA with at least 24 credits hours.  The three volleyball players that achieved this honor are:

  • Katlynne Baker (VB): Freshman from Lorain (Clearview High School), 3.579 GPA.
  • Rachael Bolmeyer (VB): Freshman from Lorain (Clearview High School), 3.854 GPA.
  • Hannah Pinkie (VB): Sophomore from North Olmsted (Christian Community High School), 3.667 GPA.

 

Joining the volleyball players as Academic All-OCCAC were two cross country runners and one golfer (with a perfect 4.00 GPA).

  • Jarek Beltowski (XC): Sophomore from Sullivan, OH (Black River High School), 3.343 GPA.
  • Cassandra Snyder (XC): Sophomore from Elyria (New London High School), 3.609 GPA.
  • Kyle DiCapua (Golf): Freshman from Avon Lake (Luther West High School), 4.00 GPA.

 

{mosimage}NJCAA Academic Awards winners must have completed three full-time semesters and a minimum of 45 credit hours. There are three different levels of NJCAA individual academic achievement. Earning Superior Academic Achievement honors was Alikhan Tulebayev (men’s basketball) a sophomore from Pavlodar Kazakhstan ( Public School #8) with a 3.83 GPA. 

Hannah Pinkie (VB) also earned NJCAA honors with Exemplary Academic Achievement with her 3.667 GPA.

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LCCC Student-Athletes Earn Academic Awards in 2013-14 Season

Lorain County Community College is pleased to announce six LCCC student-athletes have earned Academic All-Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) and two LCCC student-athletes have earned National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Academic Awards for the 2013-14 season. The students come from four different LCCC sports. 

{mosimage}To earn Academic All-OCCAC, a student must have at least a 3.30 cumulative GPA with at least 24 credits hours.  The three volleyball players that achieved this honor are:

  • Katlynne Baker (VB): Freshman from Lorain (Clearview High School), 3.579 GPA.
  • Rachael Bolmeyer (VB): Freshman from Lorain (Clearview High School), 3.854 GPA.
  • Hannah Pinkie (VB): Sophomore from North Olmsted (Christian Community High School), 3.667 GPA.

 

Joining the volleyball players as Academic All-OCCAC were two cross country runners and one golfer (with a perfect 4.00 GPA).

  • Jarek Beltowski (XC): Sophomore from Sullivan, OH (Black River High School), 3.343 GPA.
  • Cassandra Snyder (XC): Sophomore from Elyria (New London High School), 3.609 GPA.
  • Kyle DiCapua (Golf): Freshman from Avon Lake (Luther West High School), 4.00 GPA.

 

{mosimage}NJCAA Academic Awards winners must have completed three full-time semesters and a minimum of 45 credit hours. There are three different levels of NJCAA individual academic achievement. Earning Superior Academic Achievement honors was Alikhan Tulebayev (men’s basketball) a sophomore from Pavlodar Kazakhstan ( Public School #8) with a 3.83 GPA. 

Hannah Pinkie (VB) also earned NJCAA honors with Exemplary Academic Achievement with her 3.667 GPA.

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LCCC Student-Athletes Earn Academic Awards in 2013-14 Season

Lorain County Community College is pleased to announce six LCCC student-athletes have earned Academic All-Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) and two LCCC student-athletes have earned National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Academic Awards for the 2013-14 season. The students come from four different LCCC sports. 

{mosimage}To earn Academic All-OCCAC, a student must have at least a 3.30 cumulative GPA with at least 24 credits hours.  The three volleyball players that achieved this honor are:

  • Katlynne Baker (VB): Freshman from Lorain (Clearview High School), 3.579 GPA.
  • Rachael Bolmeyer (VB): Freshman from Lorain (Clearview High School), 3.854 GPA.
  • Hannah Pinkie (VB): Sophomore from North Olmsted (Christian Community High School), 3.667 GPA.

 

Joining the volleyball players as Academic All-OCCAC were two cross country runners and one golfer (with a perfect 4.00 GPA).

  • Jarek Beltowski (XC): Sophomore from Sullivan, OH (Black River High School), 3.343 GPA.
  • Cassandra Snyder (XC): Sophomore from Elyria (New London High School), 3.609 GPA.
  • Kyle DiCapua (Golf): Freshman from Avon Lake (Luther West High School), 4.00 GPA.

 

{mosimage}NJCAA Academic Awards winners must have completed three full-time semesters and a minimum of 45 credit hours. There are three different levels of NJCAA individual academic achievement. Earning Superior Academic Achievement honors was Alikhan Tulebayev (men’s basketball) a sophomore from Pavlodar Kazakhstan ( Public School #8) with a 3.83 GPA. 

Hannah Pinkie (VB) also earned NJCAA honors with Exemplary Academic Achievement with her 3.667 GPA.

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