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Mens Basketball 12/13/14 - LLC 78 vs. Southeastern Illinois College 67
Womens Basketball 12/13/14 - LLC 59 vs. Southeastern Illinois Community College 65
Womens Basketball 12/28/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-John Wood VS Muskegon
Womens Basketball 12/28/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-Danville Area VS Prairie State
Womens Basketball 12/28/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-Kankakee Community College
Womens Basketball 12/29/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-Muskegon VS Danville Area
Womens Basketball 12/29/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-Kankakee VS John Wood
Womens Basketball 12/29/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-Prairie State College
Womens Basketball 12/30/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-John Wood VS Prairie State
Womens Basketball 12/30/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-Danville Area VS Kankakee
Womens Basketball 12/30/14 - LLC vs. Laker Holiday Classic-Muskegon Community College
Womens Basketball 1/5/15 - LLC vs. John Wood Community College
Mens Basketball 1/7/15 - LLC vs. Kaskaskia College
Womens Basketball 1/7/15 - LLC vs. Kaskaskia College
Mens Basketball 1/10/15 - LLC vs. Olney Central College
Womens Basketball 1/10/15 - LLC vs. Olney Central College
Mens Basketball 1/14/15 - LLC vs. Wabash Valley College
Womens Basketball 1/14/15 - LLC vs. Wabash Valley College
Mens Basketball 1/17/15 - LLC vs. John A. Logan College
Womens Basketball 1/17/15 - LLC vs. John A. Logan College

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Welcome to the Home of the Lakers!

The Lake Land College Field House has been the home of the Lakers for more than three decades.  Erected in 1974, the field house (a.k.a. "The Dome") has provided community fun and excitement for Mattoon, IL and the surrounding area.  The seating capacity is 800, but has seen many competitions where numbers have exceeded nearly 1000 during a rival game like Parkland College (Champaign, IL). 

In the summer of 2009, the field house was newly renovated with the addition of more energy efficient lighting and a Geo-Thermal heating and cooling system, which was a part of the college's 5-year capitol project for the entire campus.

In addition to energy-saving face-lift, the field house has its own Hall of Fame, which  began in 2004 with its first induction class that was led by legendary Laker basketball great Rex Morgan.  It also dawns the All-American and Championship banners of all of the Laker athletes for individual and team achievements dating back to 1969 and Lake Land College's first All-American hardwood hero Mahlon Sanders.  Another part of the success of Laker teams in the field house is the support of community businesses and leaders who participate in the sponsor's banner program, which has provided financial support to the athletic department for many many years.

The field house has a lot of history and a tremendous family atmosphere.  It provides the Lakers with an incredible "home-court" advantage, which has allowed past and present Laker basketball programs to enjoy incredible success. 

 

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Laker Field House

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