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2019-20 Women's Basketball Standings

Schools Overall Conf. Streak
McHenry County College 23-5 10-0 Lost 1
Moraine Valley Community College 23-9 7-3 Lost 1
College of Lake County 19-12 5-5 Lost 1
Waubonsee Community College 12-18 4-6 Lost 5
Morton College 10-19 3-7 Lost 3
Elgin Community College 5-22 1-9 Lost 1
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Results
Mar 23
Women's Basketball Final
81 Wayne County Community College
68 vs. Moraine Valley Community College
@ Harrison, AR
NJCAA DII Women's Basketball Championship - 7th Place Game
Mar 22
Women's Basketball Final
66 South Suburban College
78 vs. Moraine Valley Community College
@ Harrison, AR
NJCAA DII Women's Basketball Championship - Consolation
Mar 21
Women's Basketball Final
59 Niagara County Community College
74 vs. Moraine Valley Community College
@ Harrison, AR
NJCAA DII Women's Basketball Championship - Consolation
Mar 20
Women's Basketball Final
93 Lackawanna College
92 vs. Moraine Valley Community College
@ Harrison, AR
Mar 09
Women's Basketball Final
70 McHenry County College
89 vs. Moraine Valley Community College
@ WCC
Region IV Regional Championship District D

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[Women's Tennis] Women's Tennis Tune-Up for Regionals

The College of Lake County (CLC) Women's Tennis Team won their final dual match of the regular season with a 9-0 win over Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC).  The Lancers conclude a dual meet season with a 2-4 record.  In this Covid-19 shortened season the women's tennis team won matches over Moraine Valley Community College and Milwaukee Area Technical College.  The women's tennis team lost very competitive matches to Sauk Valley, McHenry, Waubonsee and Bryant & Stratton.

Statement from athletic director John Treiber on NJCAA granting student-athletes extra year of eligibility

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Statement from Morton College athletic director John Treiber on the National Junior College Athletic Association's recent decision by the Board of Regents for all 2020-21 NJCAA sport seasons (fall, winter, spring) not to count toward student-athlete eligibility. The eligibility relief is provided to all NJCAA student-athletes regardless of sport season participation in the 2020-21 academic year.

Oakton Community College - Three Owls score in double figures

Three Owls score in double figures (Dec. 10, 2015) The Oakton Community College men’s basketball fought valiantly to claw its way back from a 13 point, second half deficit in a home contest against Wilbur Wright College on Thursday, Dec. 10.However, the Owls could only get within one point before succumbing to the Rams 70-63. The trio of Lonell Williams, Trae Stott and Mamadou Diarra scored ...

[Women's Tennis] Women's Tennis Tune-Up for Regionals

The College of Lake County (CLC) Women's Tennis Team won their final dual match of the regular season with a 9-0 win over Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC).  The Lancers conclude a dual meet season with a 2-4 record.  In this Covid-19 shortened season the women's tennis team won matches over Moraine Valley Community College and Milwaukee Area Technical College.  The women's tennis team lost very competitive matches to Sauk Valley, McHenry, Waubonsee and Bryant & Stratton.