Thursday, January 29, 2015
The 18-member President’s Council is Division III's primary governance body. In this role, Lemons will chair the council’s Strategic Planning and Finance Committee, as well as serve on the Board of Governors, the umbrella governing body that includes Divisions I, II and III college and university presidents.
Lemons said he is honored to be selected for the role. “Athletics plays such an important role in the education and leadership development of many students. Students don’t just learn in the classroom, they are also learning on the playing fields and through other cocurricular activities. I look forward to working with my colleagues on the council to advance the NCAA’s mission of encouraging students to pursue excellence in both academics and athletics, ensuring inclusivity and instilling respect for differences.”
Monday, January 26, 2015
|The 2014 Warrior seniors at the annual football banquet.|
Monday, January 19, 2015
From the night game in Madison, NJ I cleaned up the photos taken in low light. I am sorry many good photos were blurry due to the lack of light. This is what I could salvage. Click here for full photo slideshow:
|61 Casey Strus Sr OL Glenolden, Pa. / Cardinal O'Hara|
|18 Cam Kriner Sr. WR Montgomery, Pa. / Montgomery|
|Co-Captain - 23 Craig Needhammer Sr. RB Lansdale, Pa. / North Penn|
|Co-Captain - 27 Kyle Sullivan Sr. LB Coatesville, Pa. / Bishop Shanahan|
|39 Tanner Troutman Sr. DB Hegins, Pa. / Tri-Valley|
|7 Tyler Jenny Sr. QB Glasgow, Pa. / Glendale|
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
|Sr WR John Sibel (Image: John Green)|
|Sr RB Craig Needhammer|
(Image: John Green)
Needhammer, a physics major that was named a Second Team Capital One Academic All-American last week, was named to the D3football.com All-East Region second team yesterday. Needhammer finished third in the MAC with 1,242 rushing yards and second with 13 touchdowns. His 186.7 all-purpose yards per game led the conference and are sixth nationally. He posted the first two 300-all-purpose-yard games in program history as a senior. The team captain rushed for a school-record 299 yards in his last game at FDU-Florham, breaking Josh Kleinfelter's record of 3,664 career rushing yards with his final rush – that 50-yard touchdown that made it 45-27 with 2:47 remaining – giving him 3,713 career yards.
|Sr LB Kyle Sullivan|
(Image: John Green)
Sullivan, a business marketing major, picked up honorable mention all-conference honors for the second time in his career, as he finished with 51 tackles and three tackles for loss. He also notched an interception against Susquehanna and posted a career-high 13 tackles against Widener.
|Jr WR Ryan Umpleby|
(Image: John Green)
The Warriors finished 8-2 and in third place in the Middle Atlantic Conference under seventh-year head coach Mike Clark.
|Sr K Zach Fannin|
The owner wrote Zach a thank you card and according to Fannin, "That meant the world to me."
“I went out with some buddies to the Cell Block. It was probably about 1:00am, 1:30am we were walking back,” Fannin recalled. “I was walking by and my friend, she was walking in front of me, and just happened to notice that there was a purse on the ground, a little hand bag.”
Monday, December 8, 2014
|Junior wide receiver Ryan Umpleby |
(Forest Hill, Md./Fallston)
Needhammer, a physics major that was named a Second Team Capital One Academic All-American last week, is only the fifth Warrior to earn repeat all-region honors since the D3football.com program began in 2005. Needhammer finished third in the MAC with 1,242 rushing yards and second with 13 touchdowns. His 186.7 all-purpose yards per game led the conference and are sixth nationally.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
|Image: John Green|
“Craig is everything you hope for in a student-athlete,” seventh-year head football coach Mike Clark said.
One of the best careers in the history of the Lycoming College football team’s history added another chapter to it on Tuesday, Dec. 2, as Needhammer was named Lycoming’s 22nd Capital One Academic All-American, earning a spot on the NCAA Division III football squad’s second team, the College Sports Information Directors of America announced on Tuesday, Dec. 2.