Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Lycoming announces continued partnership with ESPN Williamsport

Image Courtesy of Lycoming Athletics
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – ESPN Williamsport and its affiliates will remain the flagship for Lycoming College athletics in the 2016-17 academic year, as the college and radio conglomerate have announced an agreement for all football and basketball games during the season. ESPN Williamsport has been the official radio home for Lycoming sports for the past eight seasons.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

From Lycoming College Football to the Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys Running Back Coach Gary Brown talks to the Crosscutters Staff.
(Photo courtesy of WOL.news)
Williamsport, PA - We had a chance to talk to the Dallas Cowboys running back coach Gary Brown at a recent Williamsport Crosscutters game. Gary said he was in town just visiting family and friends. Brown's Lycoming Warrior connection started as the running back coach for the 2003 MAC Champions. Former Head Coach Frank Girardi gave Gary a chance to coach and he has made the best of it. Brown coached for three years at Lycoming.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Lycoming Warriors announce incoming football class

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WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – With a recruiting class that features eight all-state selections and 54 members, the Lycoming College football team has reloaded for the 2016 season as it looks to step back into contention for a Middle Alantic Conference title, ninth-year head coach Mike Clark announced on Monday, July 11.

Friday, July 1, 2016

PURSUIT OF GREATNESS - Sr. Running Back Josh Klinefelter has big day against Westminister

#31 Sr. RB Josh Klinefelter (A LycomingFootball.com File Photo)
Josh Klinefelter - After racking up his second career 200-yard game, senior running back Josh Kleinfelter(Bellwood, Pa./Bellwood-Antis) has become the first Lycoming College player to earn D3Football.com Team of the Week honors since punter Tim Eskridge ’06 earned mention during week eight of the 2005 season.

PURSUIT OF GREATNESS - Remembering a Lycoming Football wide receiver star

Ricky Lannetti just caught the ball no matter where it was. And, oh, could he run after the reception. (Photo by John Green — WOL.news)
December 6, 2003 was a cold, snowy and sad day in the anneals of Lycoming Football. I was excited for the next playoff home game because of the talent we had at QB in Phil Mann and the All-American WR Ricky Lannetti. Lycoming also had a rugged defensive core who was coming of age. That defense held rival Susquehanna University scoreless with a 38–0 victory to make it to the NCAA Playoffs.

Lycoming then faced talented East Texas Baptist on November 29th and defeated them by a 13–7 in an overtime win to advance to the NCAA quarterfinals against Bridgewater (Va). That game was scheduled for December 6th. (Editor’s Note: Due to a heavy snowstorm on the evening of December 5th, that game was postponed until Sunday, December 7th). Read More ...

Friday, June 10, 2016

Lycoming Athletics set for “Coaches on the Road” event

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WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Lycoming College athletic department will temporarily move its headquarters to the Penn Oaks Golf Club for a one-night event on Thursday, June 9, as the Warrior coaches will be part of a "Coaches on the Road" event at the West Chester club.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

HENNINGER NAMED COLLEGE'S "EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR"

Photo courtesy of Lycoming Athletics: Esther Henninger is congratulated by President Kent Trachte after she was named the college's Employee of the Year.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Lycoming College athletic department’s administrative assistant, Esther Henninger, was announced as the college’s Employee of the Year by President Kent Trachte at the annual Staff Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 24.