Women's Basketball team photo 2018-19

Laker Athletics - Women's Basketball

The Lakers welcome 1st year college Head Coach JT Cleveland as he takes over the Women's program after 21 years as the Head Coach for the Alma Panthers Boys Varsity team. While at Alma, Coach Cleveland compiled over 300 wins, 5 Conference Championships, 8 District Championships, 1 Regional Championship and multiple Coach of the Year honors.

Coach Cleveland will take over for long time Lakers Head Coach Matt Rodenbo, the Lakers all-time leader in career wins. Coach Rodenbo had a record of 142-33 in 7 seasons with the Lakers. During his time at MID Coach Rodenbo Won 2 Region XII Championships, a District B Championship and achieved a 5th place finish at the NJCAA National Championships while competing in Division III. Matt also won a MCCAA regular season championship and a MCCAA Tournament Championship after moving to Division II. Coach Rodenbo's Lakers were also ranked 11th in the Nation when entering the NJCAA Division II National tournament which was later cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.

The Lakers and Coach JT Cleveland are excited to build on past success while etching out their own path starting in the 2020-21 season. We urge you to come watch the team in action on the court as the Coach Cleveland era begins.

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Women's Basketball Events & News


Season Records

2014-2015 | 20-6
  • Division 3 Region XII Champions
2015-2016 | 22-4
  • Division 3 Region XII Champions
  • District B Champions
  • NJCAA National Tournament
    • (5th Place Finish)
2016-2017 | 20-7
  • MCCAA Western Conference 4th Place
2017-2018 | 21-3
  • MCCAA Western Conference Co-Champions
2018-2019 | 25-5
  • MCCAA Western Conference 3rd Place
2019-2020 | 28-3
  • MCCAA Western Conference 2nd Place
  • MCCAA Western Conference Tournament Champions
2020-2021 | 6-5
  • MCCAA Western Conference 3rd Place

 
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