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Spirit Week proving to be an historic week for LSC Athletics

Lake Superior College’s clay target conference championship-winning team. Submitted / Lake Superior College

Lake Superior College is celebrating Spirit Week this week, and it’s proving to be a historic week for LSC IceHawks Athletics.

Both the LSC men’s and women’s soccer teams are hosting playoff games today and tomorrow.

The LSC co-ed clay target team has won the conference and division championships.

The LSC cycling team is heading to Missoula, Montana to compete in the Collegiate Mountain Biking National Championship on Friday and Saturday.

And, the inaugural season of LSC men’s and women’s basketball is officially underway with practices starting a couple weeks ago, teams now being named, and the first games only a few weeks away. It’s an exciting time in IceHawk Nation.

LSC Soccer — The LSC men’s soccer team will host the first round of the Region 13 Championships against Riverland today at 2:30 p.m. at the IceHawks’ home field, Egerdahl Field in Proctor.

The LSC women’s soccer team will host Rochester Community and Technical College (RCTC) at Egerdahl Field at 3 p.m. Thursday.

LSC Clay Target — The Lake Superior College Clay Target team has been named the 2018 Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC) Conference Champions and Eastern Division Champions. LSC student athlete Kallie Kimmes has been named the MCAC Individual Women’s Champion, with the highest female shooting score in the league.

LSC Cycling — The LSC Cycling Team is heading to Missoula, Montana to compete in the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Biking National Championships October 19-21. LSC cyclist Moriah Johnson will race the cross country event on Friday and the short track race on Saturday.

A new LSC athletics website is under construction and will be launched in the next couple of weeks, which will include the schedule for the inaugural men’s and women’s IceHawks basketball season.