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Breaking the limits
since 1995

We are an amateur basketball team which proudly represents LCC in national and international leagues. We participate in tournaments in Estonia, USA, China, and Italy, where we have been playing against NCAA for three years. Some of the NCAA Division 1 teams include: Kansas State University, University of Missouri, Baylor University, University of Houston, University of MiamiStanford University, and others. Our basketball team is international and includes players from Georgia, Lithuania, Serbia, Ukraine, and Russia. 

Home of the great

Some of the professional Lithuanian basketball players from South Carolina, Neptunas, Zalgiris and other clubs started their careers on the LCC Moose team.

International team

Students from different countries


In the game since 1995

Our achievements

RKL Basketball League
3rd place 
RKL Cup 
2nd place

3rd place  

LSKL Basketball League
5th place  


2nd place

ISBC Basketball Cup
2nd place  

“Win-win situation for everyone”

"I have been playing for the LCC Moose Basketball team since high school. When choosing a university, I was still considering some other educational institutions as well as an upper division basketball team. However, with my parents we decided that LCC offers a high quality education and it was great that I already knew the coach. It was a win-win situation for everyone." 

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Mantas Montvila
Former LCC Moose captain and player

News and Games

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LCC Establishes the First International Women's Basketball Team


LCC has had an active basketball program for several years now. From the very beginning, the mission was to create a true student-athlete team. LCC’s Moose Basketball team has been increasingly successful over the last few years.LCC is fully committed to equality of opportunity, so the time has come to establish a women’s basketball team and offer athletic programs to both men’s and women’s teams. By doing so, LCC will expand its horizons and will provide high-quality education while also strengthen female basketball in the region. We are extremely proud and excited to see what the future holds for the institution and for the future female basketball players who will enroll in our university. Our basketball coach is already engaged in recruiting and building LCC’s first international women’s basketball team!Marius Tamolis, head coach of the LCC Moose Basketball team, shared, “We are very excited that this process has begun and we thank LCC and those involved for their support. We are glad that LCC is growing in more ways than one and incorporating everyone along the way. We believe this will be a great addition and benefit to our community. Currently, as mentioned, the first steps and processes have begun. We are working on its creation and development, many people are helping out during this time. Our hope is to help LCC grow and provide athletic and educational opportunities for more student-athletes.”

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Wheelchair Basketball Game


What does the life of a person with a disability look like? What are the challenges people with disabilities face? Is there any way I could help? These were some of the questions discussed yesterday at a panel discussion after the Wheelchair Basketball game. The game was organized by a proactive group of LCC students called Story In My Eyes, the LCC Moose Basketball, and the wheelchair basketball team, Atrama, from Vilnius. The game was to support for people with disabilities. The Moose players experienced the game from the perspective of an athlete in a wheelchair. Later, both teams moved to Neumann Lobby and participated in a panel discussion about the life of para-athletes.Eduard Andreev from Story in My Eyes, shared, “We are trying to combat prejudice towards people with disabilities. We are grateful to LCC Moose Basketball team for helping us out so much. Through this fantastic game and the panel discussion, we were able to help our peers see the world from a different perspective. I hope we promoted a better integration of people with disabilities, especially in a university environment.”

Active team 2019-2020

  • Head Coach Marius Tamolis (
  • Assistant Coach Jurgis Petrauskas
  • Director of Marketing and Communications Lėja Jakštaitė
  • Student Assistant - Martynas Overlingas

“Rewarding life of a student athlete”

"The LCC Moose Basketball program is a unique one. It connects studies and sports, blends different international basketball cultures, developing individuals into great people and players. The life of a student athlete isn't easy, but it is rewarding." 

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Marius Tamolis
LCC Moose Head Coach since 2010

Team with a powerful leader

LCC is proud to have a head coach that has great experience working in both Lithuania and the US.

Marius Tamolis not only works with LCC Moose Basketball, but also trains the Lithuanian national youth teams and kids at V.Knašius Basketball School. The involvement with the youth basketball led Marius to receive the title of the National Category coach. As part of his career Marius also prepares many basketball players for higher level leagues.

Golden Medal 2017

Assistant Coach for Lithuania National Student Team, University Games

Bronze Medal 2015

Assistant Coach and Head of Delegation for the U18 European Championship

Hall of Fame

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Join the team

  • Be an LCC student or meet BA program eligibility.  
  • Successfully complete an interview with the coach and try-outs with the team.
  • Successfully pass a physical evaluation.
Basketball scholarship

If you fulfill the requirements and/or surpass the expectations of the team, a basketball scholarship can be given by the head coach.

This scholarship provides tuition and housing fees discounts and is available for a maximum of five years, as long as the requirements to receive it are continued to be met.

Up to 90%

Basketball scholarship provides tuition fee discount

Up to 90%

Basketball scholarship provides housing fee discount

Team application process

Complete the questionnaire

Complete online questionnaire by following this link

Interview with the coach

Attend a live or online meeting with the head coach

Physical evaluation

All LCC moose team players and candidates must go through physical evaluation and pass in order to continue the acceptance process.

Try-outs with the team

All candidates participate in try-outs with the team

Sign a contract

All LCC Moose players must sign an agreement with LCC International University

Unleash your talent

Basketball is not for everyone, however you can still be part of the team and practice what you love.


You must be an LCC student.
Experience and desire to grow in at least one of these areas:
- Photography / Videography
- Social Media Management
- Administration
- Cheerleading

  • Contact director of marketing and communications
  • Meet for an interview
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Cheerleading team

Cheerleading captain



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