Saturday, May 1, 2021

Lycoming Football - Warrior D holds strong in 30-7 win at Misericordia

Junior Jacob Fimbres rushed 10 times for 73 yards to lead the Warrior ground game at Misericordia.
(Photo Courtesy of Lycoming Sports Information)

DALLAS, Pa. – Junior Marshall Charles (Inglewood, Calif./Verbum Dei) and senior Andre Jackson Jr. (Paterson, N.J./Hawthorne) scored defensive touchdowns to pace the Lycoming College football team, which used that momentum to post a 30-7 win over Misericordia University in a spring game on Friday night, April 30, at Mangelsdorf Field.

The Warrior defense held Misericordia to just 135 total yards, including a paltry 14 in 26 opportunities on the ground and senior Matt Galasso (Philadelphia, Pa./Roman Catholic) paced the defensive line with three sacks.

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Lycoming Football - Pierce a Campbell Trophy semifinalist

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Senior offensive lineman #74 Kyle Pierce (Berwick, Pa./Berwick Area) was announced as a candidate for the National Football Foundation's National Scholar-Athlete Awards, making him one of the semifinalists for the 2020 William V. Campbell Trophy, presented by Mazda, the organization officially announced on Thursday, Oct. 1.

“Kyle is a throwback player,” Lycoming’s 13th-year head coach Mike Clark said. “He’s mentally tough, disciplined and smart. He is strong and physically gifted. When we ran into depth issues on the offensive line, he stepped right in, while still playing defensive tackle throughout parts of his sophomore year. His team-first mentality is evident. He hasn’t worried about what side of the ball he played on – he just wants to help the team win.”

Sunday, August 23, 2020

Lycoming Football - Carey earns PATS’ Team Physician Honorary Membership Award

Dr. Patrick Carey, Lycoming College's athletics physician
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Dr. Patrick Carey, Lycoming College's athletics physician for the past 30 seasons, was honored by the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society (PATS) on Thursday, Aug. 20, when the organization announced that he was given the organization’s Team Physician Honorary Membership Award.

Carey is a renowned North Central Pennsylvania Orthopedic Surgeon and practitioner of Sports Medicine. In his current role as UPMC Susquehanna's Director of Sports Medicine, he has served as the primary doctor for the Williamsport area's high school, college and professional athletes for the past three decades. In addition to his role in sports medicine, he practices general orthopedics, was the sports medicine consultant for the Minor League Williamsport Crosscutters, the sports medicine consultant for the Little League World Series, the team physician for the athletic programs Lycoming College since 1990, and a generous philanthropist in the Williamsport area.

Friday, July 24, 2020

Lycoming Football - MAC suspends NCAA competition for Fall 2020! Spring Football?

No football this fall. Heartbreaking! (Photo courtesy of John Green)

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - After careful consideration of internal and external circumstances and with the health and well-being of each campus and community in mind, the presidents of the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC), including Lycoming College, made the difficult decision to suspend all intercollegiate athletics competition through the fall semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference office announced Friday morning, July 24.

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Lycoming football - Incoming 2020 Class Announced

13th-year head coach Mike Clark
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – With a group of 58 incoming players, the largest for the program in 11 years, the Lycoming College football team will welcome another talented group when the team begins to practice, 13th-year head coach Mike Clark announced on Wednesday, July 22.

Friday, July 17, 2020

Flashback November 2019 - Lycoming Defeats Lebanon Valley 48-3

One of the best wins for the Warriors in 2019
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Lycoming Football - Warriors Offense Rolls As Defense Shuts Down Dutchman 48-3

ANNVILLE, Pa. – Rushing for 340 yards, the Lycoming College football team scored six touchdowns on the ground in a 48-3 rout of Lebanon Valley College for its third straight win in Middle Atlantic Conference action on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 9, at Arnold Field.
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Friday, July 10, 2020

Lycoming Football - MAC Announces Update on Fall 2020

Keeping our fingers crossed! Photo by John Green
The conference intends to pursue fall athletics competition
ANNVILLE, Pa. (Conference News) – The Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) President’s Council met on Thursday to discuss athletics for the fall of 2020 and has made the following statement:

First football game would be Saturday, September 19th!

The MAC intends to pursue fall athletics competition, with each campus formulating plans for resocialization that will comply with local, state and NCAA guidelines. Competition will be limited to MAC institutional members beginning no earlier than September 18, 2020 and with the goal of reaching NCAA minimums in all sports.