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Lower Columbia College History ~ Brief Highlights from the 1990s


Lower Columbia College marked this decade with multiple sports championships, the beginning of the Chemical Dependency Studies program, and the beginning of the Running Start Program.

1990

The LCC baseball team won the NWAACC Championship.

1991

The LCC women's volleyball team won the NWAACC Championship.

1992

The Washington State Legislature initiated the Running Start program for 11th and 12th grade high school students.

The LCC baseball team won the NWAACC Championship.

1993

The new Student Center opened, which triggered several moves: the old Student Center became the Admissions Center, and the old Student Services Building became the Instructional Office Building.

1994

The Chemical Dependency Studies program began.

The Lady Red Devils won the NWAACC softball and golf championships. LCC Wrestler Simon White won a national title.

1995

The LCC men's baseball team and women's golf team won the NWAACC Championships.

LCC celebrated its 60th Anniversary Celebration with a Campus Cruise, Birthday Party and Alumni All-Class Reunion.

1996

The LCC men's baseball team and women's golf team won the NWAACC Championships.

1997

Dr. James L. McLaughlin became president.

The LCC men's baseball team won the NWAACC Championship.

1999

The Lady Red Devils won the NWAACC Softball Championship