LCC head baseball coach no longer with program

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LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Lansing Community College head baseball coach Andrew Huard is no longer with the program.

"Mr. Huard had great success while at LCC and we wish him well as he leaves the College to pursue other opportunities," Marilyn Twine, LCC's director of public relations, wrote in a statement to News 10 on Sunday. "We are committed to ensuring an uninterrupted execution of our winning baseball program under new leadership."

Huard's departure, which has not yet been confirmed as a termination or a resignation, comes just three weeks from the start of LCC's baseball season. The Stars are scheduled to travel to Florida to kick off the 2019 season.

LCC racked up 81 wins in Huard's tenure as head coach, including a third-place finish at the 2017 NJCAA Division II College World Series. The Grand Ledge native spent time as a coach for the Grand Ledge Comets after starring for them as a player.

Huard's replacement has yet to be announced.