After playing a few matches out on the road, the Laramie Community College Golden Eagles Women's volleyball team play their first home game of this year, TONIGHT.

The Eagles (13-0) will be taking on Colorado Northwestern Community College at 7 p.m., Monday night, September 8th, at the LCCC gymnasium.

The Golden Eagles are excited about this year's program, which is lead by new Head Coach Austin Albers, who took over the program in January of this year.  Albers moved to LCCC from Sheridan College when he served as assistant coach for two years, and one year as interim soccer head coach for the men's team.

Last year, the women finished with an overall record of 14-20, and finished fourth in the Region IX North Conference Tournament.  The team had three graduating sophomores and two players have been moved to NCAA programs.  This year, the team has two veterans and 13 talented freshmen taking the court.

"With a focus on recruiting the best regional talent, Coach Albers and Assistant Coach Britney Brown have solidified a regional roster with seven players from Colorado, five players from Wyoming, and one player each from Nebraska, Utah and Hawaii."

The Golden Eagles have declared tonight's match as a "white out," encouraging fans to come out, support the team, and wear white shirts.

For more information on the Golden Eagles women's volleyball team, check out the LCCC Athletic's page.

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