Thursday, May 21, 2020

Lycoming Football - Kenney selected for inclusion in MAC Hall of Fame

Darrin Kenney '92 is the fourth football player to be inducted into the MAC Hall of Fame.
(Photo courtesy of Lycoming Sports Information)

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — A two-time All-MAC offensive lineman along one of the best lines in Lycoming College football history, Darrin Kenney ’92 was selected for the inclusion in the MAC Hall of Fame Class of 2020, the conference office in Annville, Pa., announced on Tuesday, May 19.

Friday, April 17, 2020

Lycoming Football - Ask Quick Questions With This New Feature!

To Send a Messenger note or question to us, click on the Icon at the lower right of your screen. 
LycomingFootball.com wants to keep in touch with you and keep building a viable Warrior community with you. So we have installed this new Messenger icon for you to easily stay in touch. So give it a try. Want us ask Head Coach Mike Clark a question? Give it a try! We will be getting Coach Clark on a video chat soon.

So ask away. We will get you answers. And thanks for your support of LycomingFootball.com and it's Photo Site!

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Thursday, April 16, 2020

Lycoming Football - Four Football Players Earn Induction Into Chi Alpha Sigma


WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.
 – The Pennsylvania Mu Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma, the National College Athlete Honor Society, welcomed its inaugural induction class at Lycoming College via an online induction video narrated by chapter advisor and Lycoming College Associate Director of Athletics Joe Guistina, which was released on Thursday morning, April 16.

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Lycoming Football - Five Warriors added to Hampshire Honor Society

Five Warriors were honored on the Hampshire Honor Society - Photo Courtesy of Lycoming Sports Information
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Five significant contributors to the Lycoming College football team have earned a spot on the 2020 Hampshire Honor Society, the National Football Foundation in Dallas, Texas, announced on Wednesday, April 15, as the group ties Lycoming’s high-water mark for selections for the third time in four years.

The five members are seniors Keith Batkowski (Montoursville, Pa./Montoursville Area), Cody Botts (Millmont, Pa./Mifflinburg), Zach Kovach (Duncansville, Pa./Hollidaysburg Area), Stephen Toczylousky (Catawissa, Pa./Southern Columbia) and Korahn Williams (Reading, Pa./Reading), as the group ties the 2017 and 2018 teams for the most selections in program history.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Will MAC Football play in the 2020 Season - Head Coach Mike Clark Interview


Lycoming football thanks Head Coach Mike Clark for coming on Zoom and answer some difficult questions. We, at Lycoming football appreciate it.

Questions:
#1 Can you give us the state of Lycoming football recruiting right now?
#2 Has the MAC had meetings discussing the 2020 Football Season Possibilities
#3 Assuming D3 football plays in the fall, how will you be handling playbooks getting that information to the offense, defense and special teams?
#4 Some MACj teams have announced their team captains. Any idea on when Lycoming will choose captains?
#5 Assuming a 2020 season, what do you think is your biggest challenge.
#6 Any final thoughts.

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Friday, April 3, 2020

Warrior Football Chef - Delicious Easy Poached Eggs In Toast Recipe

Delicious Easy Poached Eggs In Toast
If you want a no fail easy breakfast try this poached eggs and toast all done at the same time, try this recipe:

  • PREPARATION:
    • Two slices of your favorite bread
    • Griddle
    • Small pat of butter cut in half
    • Two large eggs put into two small ramekins
    • Salt and Pepper
    • Muffin Cutter or "Wife favorite Christmas decorated sharp rimmed clear coffee cup!"
  • PROCEDURE:
    • Heat griddle to 350 degrees
    • Cut holes in the bread and place both pieces on the hot griddle
    • When bottoms seems lightly toasted, turn over along with the circular pieces of bread
    • Put the 1/2 pat of butter into each hole
    • When butter is half melted, pour the egg from the ramekin into the whole
    • Salt and pepper eggs
    • Cover the egg which you want well done
    • Remove toasted bread and eggs when cooked to desired likeness 
    • Serve with coffee and orange juice.

You could also cook bacon or sausage beforehand to broaden the meal.

Regards,

John Green '77

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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Lycoming Football - Schedule Changes Due To The Global Pandemic

The Lycoming College Warriors
Williamsport, PA - By now, the Lycoming Football program's spring practice would be in full swing. But the COVID-19 virus has thrown D3 Football into a cloudy mess. In fact all winter and spring sports have been drastically affected. Basketball schedules cut short, wrestling tournament dropped in the middle of their nationals, etc. So what affect is it having on football now and the fall season?