2014 NJCAA Region XX Runners Up

swisher accepting trophy
The Lady Lakers finished their 2014 season as NJCAA Region XX Runners up, with a record of 20-9.

Pictured above is Swisher Boggess accepts the runner- up award on behalf of Coach Boggess and the Lady Lakers basketball team.

Lady Lakers Advance to NJCAA Region XX Championship



The Garrett College Women's Basketball team defeated the Frederick Cougars today to advance to the NJCAA Region XX Championship. They will face the winner of the Dundalk / Chesapeake Game tomrorow at Cecil Community College. Tip - off is scheduled for 1pm. Good Luck Ladies!

Pictured above is sophomore Amber Smith in victory over Chesapeake.

Lady Lakers Advance to 2nd Round of NJCAA Region XX Tournament

Garrett College Women's Basketball team defeated the College of Southern Maryland Hawks with a final score of 72-71. They advance to the second round of the NJCAA Region XX Tournament and will face the Frederick Cougars tomorrow at 2pm. Good Luck Ladies!

Pictured above is Sophomore Kristyn Wilson in the victory last week over NOVA.

Women's Basketball to Host First Round MD JUCO Tournament



The Lady Lakers will take on Hagerstown Tuesday February 11’th at home in the first round of the Maryland JUCO Tournament. Tip – off is scheduled for 5:30pm. Come out and support your Lady Lakers.


Pictured above is Freshman Ayana Vaughn driving to the hoop in last week’s victory over Chesapeake.

Lady Laker Jamboree

On Saturday Oct. 12th, Garrett College hosted the Lady Laker Jamboree at the CARC Gymnasium. Teams that were in attendance included: Howard Community College, Montgomery College, Brookdale Community College, Frederick Community College, Community College of Baltimore County Dundalk, Delaware Technical & Community College, and our very own Lady Lakers of Garrett College.

The goal of the Lady Laker Jamboree was to provide a safe playing environment that would allow coaches to teach, develop, and prepare their teams for the upcoming season.  Coach Boggess said “I believe that we did a good job accomplishing that goal.”

The Jamboree also provided students, fans, faculty, and staff the opportunity to see the next wave of Lady Laker talent in action.