Sunday, August 18, 2019

Lycoming Football - The Faces of the 2019 Warriors

Williamsport, PA - The thing I love about following Lycoming Football (Home and Away since 1996) is the players. It isn't all football for me. I know those who strap on those cleats are also getting a great education from a well respected college. I know, because I am a 1977 accounting grad who's life was changed by Lycoming College. So after two days of photos, I have randomly picked some photos and tried to research some facts about each player and their schools if available.

So enjoy the ride men of Blue and Gold. Getting a great education and playing the game you love so much. It is one of the hardest thing to accomplish in my opinion. All the best!

Sr DB D. J. Boyd - Fairmount Heights HS, Seat Pleasant, MD
2018: Appeared in nine games and started eight as a defensive back … totaled 25 tackles … posted a season-high seven tackles and a sack against Stevenson … had an interception in a win over Lebanon Valley … second on the team with five pass breakups … blocked a field goal against Wilkes … returned two kicks for 71 yards with a season-long return of 45 yards against Lebanon Valley.

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Lycoming Football - Preseason Gets More Physical

The players really look forward to more contact, even if it is their fellow team players.
Williamsport PA - Practice number three saw a lot more physical contact by the defense. I really believed that the players looked forward to more football practices. Also, the players started real early. After the 6:45 am wakeup and breakfast, the players reported to the stadium for tape and dress for a three hour practice.

Friday, August 16, 2019

Lycoming Football - Finally, Preseason Practice and Photos!

Bottom Right - 12th year Head Coach Mike Clark says time to start, Bottom Left - It is hot out here,
Top - Teams break up into small groups.
Williamsport, PA - After two inches of rain yesterday, the 2019 edition of Warrior football started their 2019 preseason workouts. On the field first at around 2:15pm was first year players. Offensive lineman, defensive lineman, running backs, receivers and defensive secondary players broke up into small groups for fundamental training skills. A little later, last year's players joined the group on the turf at David Person Field.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Alexander Named Lycoming Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

These guys are always in the weight room
(Photo courtesy of John Green - September 9, 2018)
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – After spending the past two seasons as a strength and conditioning program assistant at Division I Towson University, Joe Alexander is set to become Lycoming College’s first Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, Director of Athletics Mike Clark announced on Wednesday, Aug. 14.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Lycoming College Football Championships Since Inception

Williamsport, PA - Lycoming College football has a great faired well in the MAC over the years. I thought it would be fun to pull out all of the championships we have won over the years.

Monday, August 12, 2019

Lycoming College Football - Spotlight Quarterback Tyler Jenny

QB Tyler Jenny scrambles up the middle against Wilkes. Being able to scramble was an asset for Tyler.
(Photo Courtesy of John Green)
Williamsport, PA - The quarterback position is arguably the most important position for a successful football team. We have had some great quarterbacks over the years. Today we wanted to highlight the 2011-14 quarterback Tyler Jenny. His impressive resume is as follows

It all starts with preseason training. Getting into game shape, learning plays and learning that this is a team sport.
(Photo Courtesy of John Green)

Friday, August 2, 2019

In Memory of Joe Lumbis - May 20,1952 to August 2, 2017

Zack Czap and Joe Lumbis (A file photo)
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WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - A member of the Lycoming College community for more than 30 years, Joe Lumbis, 65, passed away peacefully at the Gatehouse surrounded by family on Wednesday, Aug. 2, after a four-year battle with cancer. Lumbis worked in the athletic department as the Warriors’ equipment manager the past 28 years.