Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Merry Christmas Lycoming Football Fans, Past, Present and Future!

Merry Christmas Lycoming Football fans and a happy, healthy and safe New Year. Thank you for following LycomingFootball.com and for your sons who have made Lycoming Football the Legacy that it is today! We look forward to the 2019 season while remembering all those who have played and supported Warrior Football in the past.

Lycoming College is a great school. Trust that upon graduation, your son will have a very valuable degree. One of the finest colleges in Division III. When deciding on a football school for your son, look also to the quality of education they will receive. I can vouch for that quality education.

So all the best to you our fans and future fans.

Warmest regards,

John Green '77

What I love about DIII Football, Great families!

Ted Williams (Second from Left), Dan Williams (Back Row - Third from left) and Theresa Williams - Bottom Right).
Wish I could remember the others, so sorry!)
It is friends like these that I have met that keep in touch with me over the years. Today I received this photo from some dear friends at Stevenson University. Theresa Williams has always kept in touch with me. What a great Christian family! They spread the love of Christ to whomever they meet! I love this family and wish all the best for them. Thank you so much for the Christmas photo. Go DIII Football and the MAC and friends at all MAC schools!

PS: QB Dan Williams's father Ted was a coach for the Philadelphia Eagles (1995-2015). So cool Ted!

Merry Christmas to you guys!

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Warrior's Mulvihill named to D3football All-East Region Team

Image courtesy of John Green
2018 Mike Mulvihill Photo Album
For a multitude of exploits as the team’s long-snapper as well as working as a blocker and a member of the hands team, senior Mike Mulvihill (Tabernacle, N.J./Seneca) earned a slot on the D3football.com All-East Region Third Team, the website announced on Tuesday, Dec. 4.

Monday, November 19, 2018

Lycoming Football Video - The Play That Will Change Your Life

Lycoming football fans, coaches and players, do not stress too much over this video. I know it hurts right now to watch, but in time, you too will understand. You see, Lycoming football has been through this a couple of times in it's pigskin history just before greatness appeared. I will give you some examples.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Warriors Lose Heartbreaker on Blocked Field Goal as Game Ends in Centennial-MAC Bowl Game

Shemory found senior wide receiver John Kim (Havertown, Pa./Haverford) in F&M endzone.
LANCASTER, Pa. – Freshman Elijah Shemory (Jersey Shore, Pa./Jersey Shore Area) tossed for 277 yards and three touchdowns and caught a pass that got the Lycoming College football team inside the 10-yard line at the end of the game, but Franklin & Marshall College was able to hold on for a 21-20 win in the Centennial-MAC Bowl Series at Shadek Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 17.