Two former North Olmsted Eagle athlete are standouts at LCCC. McKenzie Zauner and Emily Patterson both earned Player of the Week Honors for LCCC.
McKenzie Zauner (4’11” Sophomore from North Olmsted (North Olmsted HS)
McKenzie had 64 digs (37 against Clark State & 27 against Sinclair) in 8 sets for an 8 dig per set average in LCCC’s split of games at home last weekend. She also had a 98% serving percentage with a 17% ace percentage. McKenzie was barely a pound at birth and is under 5 foot tall now but she is playing huge for LCCC in the backrow. Her favorite foods are pizza and sushi – but not together! Great work McKenzie!
Check out the link from the LCCC athletic page: https://www.lorainccc.edu/athletics/lccc_announcement/jimmy-johns-athlete-week-september-18-24-2017/
Emily Patterson (5’7” Freshman from North Olmsted (North Olmsted HS)
Emily has had 32 saved shots on goal in three games for the LCCC Women’s Soccer Team this season, with some incredible saves. Emily has played soccer for 14 years. Her favorite food is chicken alfredo. She loves listening to rock music as well as pop. In her free time, she likes to hang out with family and friends when she is not working. She hopes to own her own business after she graduates from college. Great job in goal Emily!
Check out the link from LCCC athletic page: https://www.lorainccc.edu/athletics/lccc_announcement/jimmy-johns-athlete-week-september-11-17-2017/