Monday, July 6, 2015

Warrior Football - Catching up with Tom Pietrzak ’87

Image courtesy of Lycoming Athletics
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Throughout the summer, athletics.lycoming.edu is proud to feature a series of alumni profiles that will help reconnect Warrior fans with some of the remarkable athletes who have worn the Blue and Gold. Today's feature is on the leading tackler in the history of the football program, Tom Pietrzak '87.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

25th Annual Warriors Youth Football Camp July 20-23, 2015

Image by John Green
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Williamsport, PA - Lycoming College is announcing the 25th Annual Warriors Youth Football Camp for grades (2-9). This unique camp is broken up into two groups, Group 1 (Grades 2-5) and Group 2 (Grades 6-9). There will be four days of football instruction and games from July 20th to July 23, 2015. The camp runs from 9:00am to 3:00pm daily. There will be Lycoming Football Stars and Lycoming Football Coaches working with each grade level.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Lycoming athletics mourns loss of Dr. Robert L. Shangraw ’58 H’04

Bob Shangraw '58 H'04 looks out over the Robert L. Shangraw Athletic Complex as it was constructed in 1998.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Former Lycoming College Board Chair and Trustee Emeritus Robert L. Shangraw ’58 passed away on Thursday morning, June 11. He was 82.

Monday, June 1, 2015

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Assistant Head Coach Steve Wiser is recognized with the Warrior Spirit Award

From left to right: Lisa Mendler, Jessica Hess, Steve Wiser, President Kent Trachte, Barbara Carlin and Stephanie Fortin.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Lycoming College celebrated the contributions of its staff members and presented its top five awards during Staff Appreciation Day on Wednesday, May 20. The awards are given annually on the basis of dedication and service to the college. Nominations were received from faculty and staff members, and the award-winners were voted on by a committee of their peers. In addition, 29 Service Awards were presented for every five years of completed service.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Lycoming Football Healing - Family Friends of Tyler and Mike Kapinus to Hold Benefit June 7th

#31 Tyler Kapinus
Earlier this month, Tyler Kapinus ’16 and his dad (Mike) were involved in an accident that resulted in Tyler having to have his right leg amputated. Tyler and his dad are now recovering from their significant injuries. During this time the family has been grateful for the support shown by the Lycoming College community; particularly the visits from Tyler’s teammates from the football team.

Tyler and his dad consider themselves lucky to be alive

Tyler and his dad consider themselves lucky to be alive. Tyler is showing a tremendous amount of determination to move forward. Expressions of support have been of great comfort to the family. To this end, family friends are holding a benefit on June 7, 2015 in Scranton.

Head Coach Mike Clark and Dan Miller, Vice President of Student Life will be attending this event. They would be happy to deliver cards and donations on behalf of the campus community and the Lycoming Football family.

Here is how you can help.

Attend the Tyler and Mike Kapinus Benefit
Date: Sunday, June 7, 2015
Address: Keyser Valley Community Center, 103 N. Keyser Ave, Scranton, PA
Time: 1pm to 7pm.

Food and beverages plus music
Raffle Baskets will be available - $5.00 tickets

Cost: Buffet Dinner donation $20.00

Also, donations of check or money orders can be sent to and made payable to either:

Tyler Kapinus or Mike Kapinus
251 Meridian Ave.
Scranton, PA 18504

Raffle Baskets will also be accepted.

On behalf of the Kapinus family, thank you for your thoughts and expressions of support during this very difficult time.