The Lake Erie College men’s soccer team, 2019 Great Midwest Athletic Conference regular-season champion, will play host to the winner of the first-round matchup between Fort Hays St. and UIndy in NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Championship this Saturday, November 23, 1 p.m. at Spire Institute.
Florida can be known for its storms, and Lake Erie lived up to its nickname with a two-game sweep in the Sunshine State with an 84-79 victory over Barry Sunday afternoon. Five players scored in double-figures for the Storm (3-2) as they handed the Buccaneers (2-1) their first loss.
The season came to an end for Lake Erie with a 70-6 defeat at No. 16 Indianapolis at Key Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Storm end the year at 3-8, while the Greyhounds improved to 9-1 and will advance to the NCAA tournament.
Gabe Kynard’s (Sr., Toledo, Ohio) 3-pointer at the buzzer lifted Lake Erie to a thrilling 85-82 victory over Rollins in the first game of its Florida road Friday evening. The triple was Kynard’s fourth of the night as he led the Storm (2-2) with 24 points against the Tars (2-2).
The Lake Erie Storm hosted the Hillsdale College Chargers tonight at the Osborne Center for the first match of their last homestand of the 2019 regular season. Lake Erie came into the match with an overall record of 10-18 and 4-5 in the G-MAC, while the Hillsdale Chargers are the top-seeded G-MAC team with a record of 21-3 and 10-0 in the conference.
Elems Ukwu Jr. (Landover, Maryland / DuVal) has been recognized as one of the region’s best players as he was named Academic All-District at defensive back. The graduate student-athlete has been a leader on and off the field for the Storm as the program rebuilds.
The Great Midwest Athletic Conference announced its postseason awards for men’s soccer for the 2019 season as selected by the conference coaches and Lake Erie swept all four season awards. Jonathon Carr was voted Offensive Player of the Year, Omar Oliveros-Alvarez was tabbed Defensive Player of the Year, Tom Akinola was voted Freshman of the Year, and Louie Rolko was voted Coach of the Year.
The Great Midwest Athletic Conference announced its postseason awards today and Lake Erie’s Holland Erb was chosen as an honorable mention. The senior midfielder helped Lake Erie to its best record in its Division II era to cap her collegiate career.
No. 4 Lake Erie College men's soccer team look to continue on the winning track with a conference semifinal matchup against Tiffin. The championship banquet will be on Wednesday with the all-conference team announced that same evening.
A Storm quartet scored in double-figures to lead Lake Erie to its first win of the season by a score of 81-67 over visiting Wright State-Lake on Tuesday evening. Kaleb Vaughn tallied 16 for game-high honors while Gabe Kynard recorded his first double-double of the season with 14 points and 11 rebounds.
The Lake Erie men’s basketball team will look for its first win of the season as it hosts Wright State-Lake in non-conference action Tuesday. The Storm dropped their first two contests against nationally-ranked Ashland on the road and Wayne State at home. The Lakers enter with a mark of 3-1 most recently falling to Rio Grande their last time out.
A comeback for the ages came up short as Lake Erie fell to Wayne State at the Osborne Center on Sunday afternoon. The Storm (0-2) came back from 18 points down to take the lead late in the game, but the Warriors (1-1) held off the rally to pull away at the end.
The No. 4 Lake Erie men’s soccer team soundly defeated the Malone Pioneers in a decisive 3-0 shutout to clinch their first victory in the 2019 G-MAC tournament. With the win, the Storm now moves on to face Tiffin on Thursday for the G-MAC semifinal in Dayton, Ohio.
The Lake Erie Storm volleyball team finished their final regular-season road trip of the 2019 season with a win over Ohio Valley today. With the win, the Storm improves to 10-18, 4-6. The loss brings Ohio Valley to 10-14, 2-9.
Lake Erie dropped its G-MAC finale to Ohio Dominican by a score of 49-10 in the state capital on Saturday afternoon. After being picked last in the preseason poll, the Storm (3-7, 2-5) will be no worse than fifth in the conference after Alderson Broaddus defeated Walsh this afternoon. The Panthers (6-2, 5-1) kept their postseason hopes alive with the victory.
Lake Erie opened up the wrestling season with a solid showing at the Mount Union Invitational with multiple grapplers placing, including four with runner-up finishes. Overall the Storm finished third with 100 points.
The Lake Erie College Storm women's basketball team dropped their game against Wayne State University Warriors tonight with a final score of 62-55. The win improves Wayne State to 1-1 to start the season, while the Storm drops to 2-0 in their GLIAC/G-MAC Challenge games to start the 2019-2020 season.
Lake Erie dropped its season opener at No. 19 Ashland by a score of 73-55 in the G-MAC/GLIAC Crossover Friday evening at Kates Gymnasium. It’s the third consecutive season the Storm and Eagles have opened up with each other.