Registration is now open for the annual Storm Scramble set for Monday, July 27, at Little Mountain Country Club. Individuals, foursomes, hole sponsors, lunch sponsors, and Storm sponsors are all available.
The Lake Erie College athletic department will host its annual Storm Scramble golf outing once again at Little Mountain Country Club this summer on Monday, July 27. Groups of four are once again encouraged to attend for a 10 a.m. shotgun start.
The last, but definitely not least, baseball student-athlete in our Storm Senior Spotlight series is Ryan Middendorf. The towering righty has been instrumental in the resurgence of the Green and White on the diamond.
It’s been a bumpy ride for Aaron Kucia’s collegiate baseball career, but his dedication has remained firm over the last four years. The Brunswick native has made 21 appearances over his four seasons, but all took place during the first two. Last year saw his season cut short due to an injury, while this year saw everyone’s season hindered by the pandemic.
Collin Minor may have been with the Lake Erie baseball team for just a couple of seasons, but the Medina native had a noticeable impact with the Storm. He’s made appearances in 28 games for the Green and White, but has served valiantly when called upon.
Our final Storm Senior Spotlight on the men’s lacrosse team goes out to Jordan Hendrycks out Canada’s capital Ottawa. Jordan is a defensive midfielder for Lake Erie and has played in 47 games for the Green and White.
Staying with the pitching staff, lefty Ryan Lally of the Lake Erie baseball team is today’s Storm Senior Spotlight. Ryan hails from Wooster, Ohio, and is in his fifth year with the team after taking a redshirt during the 2018 campaign.
Today’s Storm Senior Spotlight goes out to Christopher Mutter, a 6-2 righty who hails from Cleves, Ohio. The Taylor High School product has been the epitome of hard work and dedication as he has made his way up the ranks of the pitching staff.
Matthew Cromie may have not spent his entire collegiate career at Lake Erie College, but he’s just as much of a leader for the Storm men’s lacrosse team as those who have. The Oakville, Ontario, native transferred in from Newberry College in South Carolina after the 2018 season and is easily one of the biggest acquisitions for Head Coach Sam Ashton.
When the Lake Erie baseball team returns to campus for the upcoming year, there will be a familiar face guiding the team. Interim Director of Athletics and Vice President for Student Affairs Billie Dunn announced the promotion of Gary Vaught who will lose the interim tag and become the Storm’s full time head coach.
Today’s Storm Senior Spotlight goes out to the southpaw from Sylvania in Corbin Paxton of the Lake Erie baseball team. The product of Sylvania-Northview has seen plenty of playing time during his four years with the Green and White, mostly appearing at first base.
The recruiting pipeline through Bishop Timon High School is strong with the Lake Erie men’s lacrosse team with three players from the institution currently on the roster. Last week we highlighted one of the nation’s best defenders in Tyler Manning, but today’s Storm Senior Spotlight goes to fellow Tiger product Nathan Quinn.
Behind every good pitching staff has to be a solid catcher, and Lake Erie baseball has a solid one in Nathan Erzen. The Brookpark native has spent four seasons with the Storm and has helped them rise up through the conference ranks during that time.
Tyler Manning may have had his expected senior season cut short this year, but has already decided that he is coming back next year to finish out in style. That’s great news for the Storm men’s lacrosse team as he has been one of the top defenders in the conference.
Finding a way to stay occupied during the pandemic has been a daily goal for almost everyone around the world effected by the recent social changes. The Lake Erie women’s soccer team has found a way to build team unity, albeit from a safe social distance, while still giving back to the community specifically in a demographic that has been hit the hardest from the coronavirus.
Today's Storm Senior Spotlight is Johanna Moeller, the last but surely not least senior of the Lake Erie track and field program. Hurdles and long jump specialist from Bochum, Germany, Johanna will end her career as one of Storm’s most decorated runners.
Today’s Storm Senior Spotlight focuses on Sam Browning, a mainstay in the infield for Lake Erie the past four seasons. Through his career he’s played in 126 games and helped the Storm improve each year.
Today’s Storm Senior Spotlight goes to a student-athlete that’s been a main fixture on the diamond the last four years. Shortstop Caleb Waller worn the No. 1 jersey proudly over his career and has helped Lake Erie rise from the ashes his freshman season to help build the Storm into a force to be reckoned with.
The senior spotlight to begin the week is Lake Erie track and field’s, Hailey Nielsen. Hailey is a dual-sport athlete playing year-round beginning in the fall when she was a vital member of the Lake Erie Volleyball team, and in the winter and spring being a heptathlete during the indoor and outdoor track and field season.
Kyle Barna’s travels in the men’s lacrosse world are well travelled as he initially started his collegiate career with Pfeiffer just outside Charlotte, North Carolina. After the 2017 season, the Medina, New York, native made his way to Lake Erie College and has been a key figure for the Storm ever since.