Wednesday, December 6, 2017

December 6th - RIP Ricky Lannetti - We Will Never Forget You Photo Album

RIP Ricky Lannetti - We Will Never Forget You Photo Album



Flashback December 6, 2003 - Remembering "A lethal catch" fourteen years later! The Ricky Lannetti Story


This is a highlight video from the 2003 Season along with a tribute video to Ricky Lannetti. Lycoming won the 2003 MAC Championship and they made it to the NCAA Quarterfinals in 2003. This Video was done after the 2003 Season had ended. We will always remember Ricky Lannetti, one of our favorite Warriors who died December 6, 2003.


Remembering "A lethal catch" fourteen years later!


Two greats passed away in this photo: #19 Ricky Lannetti
and Tom Aubry, in the denim jacket on the far right.
It has been 10 years since one of the greatest Lycoming College Football players passed away on the eve of a second round playoff game. It was an emotional time. That football team is one of the greatest of all time as they played their hearts out trying to win for their fallen Warrior Ricky Lannetti. The following article was written in February, 2004 and presented in memory of Ricky. Read more...

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Graf named to 20-Year All-Tazon Team

Sean Graf '01 was named to the 20-Year All-Tazon Team.
(Photo Courtesy of Lycoming Sports Information)
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Lycoming College Athletics Hall of Famer Sean Graf ’00 is a part of Global Football’s All-Tazon Team, the organization announced on Wednesday, Nov. 29, as the team is made up of 25 impact Division III players to play in the annual Division III-Mexico all-star game.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Lycoming's Botts, Wagner earn Academic All-District honors

Cody Botts
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – For the second year in a row, two Lycoming College football players were named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 4 team, as the organization announced that senior tight end Erik Wagner (Warriors Mark, Pa./Tyrone Area) and sophomore offensive lineman Cody Botts (Millmont, Pa./Mifflinburg) were each honored on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 16.

Wagner and Botts are the 20th and 21st players in program history to earn Academic All-District honors and are the seventh and eighth honorees in head coach Mike Clark’s 10 years in the program. In 2016, Austin Mital ’17 and Blake Bowman ’17 were honored. This was the first time in program history that the Warriors have had two Academic All-District honorees in back-to-back years.

Erik Wagner
Wagner, a team captain, was a two-year starter for the Warriors at tight end. This season, he notched a career-high eight receptions for 42 yards and he was also the team's top special teams’ tackler, with six stops. He finished second on team with nine special teams tackles in 2016. A two-time MAC Academic Honor Roll pick as a biology major, the high school quarterback played multiple positions in his career for the Warriors, including safety and linebacker before finding a home as a tight end during his junior year.

Stepping onto the varsity team and into the starting lineup as a left tackle for the Warriors, Botts helped the team to a one-win improvement over the 2016 season. He helped the team rush for 100 yards five times and pass for 200 four times, including one 300-yard game. A member of 2016 MAC Academic Honor Roll, Botts is a history major.

The 2017 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District Football Team recognizes the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performances on the field and in the classroom. First Team Academic All-District honorees advance to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Team ballot, with first- and second-team Academic All-America honorees to be announced in December.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Brad Stubbs heads group of five Warriors on all-conference teams

A MAC Football News Image
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Junior Brad Stubbs (Clearfield, Pa./Curwensville Area) heads a group of five Lycoming College football players on the All-Middle Atlantic Conference team, earning first team honors as an offensive lineman, the conference office in Annville, Pa., announced on Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Senior Mike Ward (Edgewater, Md./South River) was named to the second team and three Warriors were named honorable mention – junior defensive lineman Ahmad Curtis (Effort, Pa./Pleasant Valley), sophomore kicker Jamie Fisher (Folsom, Pa./Ridley) and sophomore returner Dante Gipson (Bordentown, N.J./Bordentown Regional).

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Lycoming Warriors’ comeback slips out of reach at Stevenson

A MAC Football News file photo
OWINGS MILLS, Md. – On fourth-and-goal from the nine-yard line, a pass flew just out of reach of a Lycoming College football team receiver with less than a minute remaining, ensuring that Stevenson University would be able to sneak out of its 2017 season finale with a 20-14 win at Mustang Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 11.

The Warriors finish the 2017 season with a 4-6 overall record and a 4-5 mark in the Middle Atlantic Conference, finishing tied for sixth. The Warriors dropped four of their six games by six points or less. Stevenson improved to 6-4 overall and 6-3 in the MAC.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Warriors travel for finale at Stevenson in a 12pm kickoff

A www.macfb.com file photo
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - After falling in its first three games, the Lycoming College football team will look for its fifth win in its final seven when it visits Stevenson for a 12 p.m. contest in the season finale on Saturday, Nov. 11, at Mustang Stadium.