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Four Lazer Student-Athletes Have Earned Individual National Championships.

Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Teams Will Play For National Championships This Weekend.

Onondaga Community College Student-Athletes are having an outstanding spring sports season. Four student-athletes have earned individual NJCAA national championships. The Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse teams will be playing for national championships this coming weekend.

Student-athletes crowned national champions were:

  • Jerome Luckey, Track & Field – He cleared 6’7” in the high jump at the NJCAA finals to earn national champion honors. Luckey is a freshman from Monticello High School.
  • Jeremy Attrill, Men’s Tennis – He was 2nd singles national champion and teamed up with freshman Sebastian Perez to win the national championship for 1st doubles. Attrill is a sophomore from Australia.
  • Ezequiel Martin, Men’s Tennis – He was 3rd singles national champion. Martin is a freshman from Argentina.
  • Sebastian Perez, Men’s Tennis – He teamed up with Jeremy Attrill to win the national championship for 1st doubles. Perez is a freshman from Colombia.
  • OCC’s Men’s Tennis team just missed out on the College’s 16th national championship, finishing second at the national tournament in Georgia.

The Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse teams will be playing for national championships this coming weekend. Their schedules are as follows:

Men’s Lacrosse National Semifinals – at Genesee Community College in Batavia

Saturday, May 18

1pm – Nassau CC v Howard CC

4pm – Onondaga CC v Harford CC

The winners will meet Sunday, May 19 at 4pm for the national championship.

Women’s Lacrosse National Semifinals – at Anne Arundel CC in Arnold, MD

Saturday, May 18

11:30am – Onondaga CC v Harford CC

2pm – Monroe CC v Anne Arundel CC

The winners will meet Sunday, May 19 at 12pm for the national championship.

OCC Men’s Lacrosse team is the two-time defending national champion and has won 11 titles overall. OCC’s Women’s Lacrosse team has won 2 national championships. 


Onondaga Community College is a two-year college located on a 280-acre campus in Syracuse, NY. OCC operates under the State University of New York (SUNY) system and is locally sponsored by Onondaga County. Bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees are available on campus through the Regional Higher Education Center. OCC is an Achieving the Dream college and has been named a “Military Friendly” school by G.I. Jobs Magazine for its service to student veterans. The College’s commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility has earned it recognition as one of “The 10 Best Green Schools in America 2018” by The Knowledge Review, a “Green College” by the Princeton Review, a “Cool School” by the Sierra Club and a “Sustainable Campus” by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. A 2017 report titled “The Economic Value of Onondaga Community College” shows students enjoy an attractive 18% rate of return on their educational investment. For every dollar of support from state and local governments, taxpayers see a return of $6.70 on their investments. OCC’s 17 athletics teams have won 15 national championships. Learn more about what’s happening on campus at www.news.sunyocc.edu.

Post Date

May 14th 2019