A first half explosion by Gabe Kynard helped propel Lake Erie to a 74-60 victory over Edinboro in regional action at the Osborne Center on Saturday afternoon. The Storm (3-1) have now won three consecutive, while the Fighting Scots (1-1) dropped even on the season.
The No. 14 Lake Erie wrestling team wrapped another successful tournament with seven student-athletes finishing in top eight at the Findlay Open today. Nick Boggs was the highlight of the day as the senior won first in the 157-lbs. weight class. Three others placed fourth, one fifth, and two others in the top eight.
Lake Erie clipped the nets at nearly a 50-percent rate as it topped Central State 88-55 in non-conference action at the Osborne Center Wednesday evening. It was the second consecutive win for the Storm (2-1), while it kept the Marauders winless (0-3) on the short season.
Tomorrow’s game between Lake Erie and Central State will have a special theme as students from one of the College’s sports management classes are doing a “Takeover For Charity.” It will be a ‘Green/Neon Out’ at the Osborne as the Storm search for a second consecutive win on Wednesday.
The first road game of the season proved to be a good one as Lake Erie downed Wayne State 77-67 in the Matthei Center on Sunday afternoon. The Storm bounced back from Friday to even up at 1-1 on the season, while the Warriors dropped to 0-2.
The season started off great for Lake Erie and Brook Kohlheim with a 68-57 victory over Wayne State in the G-MAC / GLIAC Challenge Sunday afternoon. It was Kohlheim’s head coaching debut and she guided the Storm to a win over the former conference and division rival Warriors (0-2).
The Lake Erie Storm Athletic Department is proud to announce that an anonymous donor has made available $10,000 for a Matching Gift Program that will open on Thursday, Nov. 1. The fundraiser will directly contribute to taking the Storm student-athlete experience to the next level.
The 2018-19 season will tip-off for the Lake Erie women’s basketball team, and there will be a new look for the Green and White. Brook Kohlheim heads the Storm for her first head coaching position after previous successful stops at Michigan Tech and Nova Southeastern as an assistant.
The No. 14 Lake Erie wrestling team took second place at the 2018 Mount Union Invitational at the Peterson Field House on Saturday. The Storm came away with 244.5 points and were bested only by Gannon with 279 points.
The Lake Erie College Athletic Department has announced that Gerald Hazzard will not return as the head coach of the Storm football team. Hazzard had been with the program since its inception in 2007 and the team’s head coach since late in the 2016 season.
The 2018-19 season tipped off Friday evening in the Osborne Center, but it didn’t go as well as Lake Erie had hoped in a 72-57 defeat to Ashland. The former divisional rivals squared off in the season opener with each other for the second consecutive year.
The Great Midwest Athletic Conference announced its 2018 volleyball season awards today and three Lake Erie players have earned accolades. Senior outside hitter Crystal Kedroske and junior libero Morgan Briggs were selected to the All-Conference First Team, while outside hitter Maria Blatnik was named Freshman of the Year.
The 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-District Men’s & Women’s Soccer Teams have been announced today and Lake Erie’s Miguel Espinoza has been selected to it. The senior was selected as a forward and sports a cumulative 3.39 GPA while majoring in business administration and accounting.
After an appearance in the G-MAC Tournament semifinal this past March, the higher goals have been set for this year’s edition of the Lake Erie Storm men’s basketball team. The Green and White, led by Head Coach Kyle Conley, tips off the season Friday night against former conference rival Ashland.
After a 3-0 weekend by both Lake Erie and Nick Boggs, he has been named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference’s first Athlete of the Week. The Concord, Ohio, native was a redshirt last season but debuted at No. 4 in the nation this year in the 157-lbs. weight class.
A battle-tested Lake Erie volleyball team will host its first playoff game in its Division II era tomorrow night as it welcomes Tiffin for the G-MAC Quarterfinals. The Storm (22-9, 13-6) earned the right to host by claiming the No. 2 seed in the East Division. The Dragons (21-10, 15-4) enter as the No. 3 seed from the West Division.
Nationally ranked No. 14 Lake Erie opened the season with three impressive wins over Otterbein, Cowley, and Lindsey Wilson at the Kent State Duals on Friday. The Storm cruised through all three duals by scores of 34-14, 35-3, and 29-11, respectively.