Friday, November 15, 2019

Lycoming Football - What Stevenson Is Saying About The Lycoming Game

2017 Stevenson Photos / John Green File Photo
SCOUTING STEVENSON
Stevenson (7-2, 6-1 MAC) won its sixth straight game last Saturday, doubling up Wilkes 42-21. The six-game win streak is the longest for the program since 2016. The Mustangs have scored 340 points this season (37.8 ppg) while allowing just 146 (16.2 ppg). Sophomore quarterback Ryan Sedgwick has thrown for over 2,600 yards and 26 touchdowns, while senior receiver Chaz Lyles has 62 catches for 1,023 yards and eight scores. Stevenson is averaging 442 yards of offense per game while allowing 291.

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Lycoming Football - Warrior Travel To Maryland For Big Showdown

QB Elijah Shemory takes it through the big hole against 2018 Stevenson defense / John Green Photo
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Having dropped 141 points on opponents in the last three games, the high-flying Lycoming College football team will head to Stevenson University for one of its toughest tests of the season in a Middle Atlantic Conference regular-season finale on Saturday, Nov. 12.

Lycoming Football - Botts, Batkowski earn CoSIDA Academic All-District accolades

Cody Botts (Millmont, Pa./Mifflinburg) / John Green Photo
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – For the first time in the Lycoming College football team’s history, senior offensive lineman Cody Botts (Millmont, Pa./Mifflinburg) has earned a spot on the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District Team for a third straight year to highlight the NCAA Division III District 4 team, the organization announced on Thursday, Nov. 14. In addition, senior Keith Batkowski (Montoursville, Pa./Montoursville) earned a spot on the All-District Team.

Botts has started 29 straight games for the Warriors as a left tackle, helping lead the team to a 4-5 record this season, as the squad has scored 141 points in the past three games while rushing for 200 yards in each of the last three weeks. As a junior, Botts helped the team to a 5-6 season and a berth in the Centennial-MAC Bowl Series.

Botts has played a key role on the line, helping the offense roll up more than 500 yards of total offense in each of the last three games, including posting a school-record 640 yards against FDU-Florham.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Lycoming Football Editorial - An Open Letter To The Lycoming Football Family

This is an open letter to the Lycoming players, family, fans and coaches. As we go into the last game of the season, I wanted to thank everyone for the outpouring of love for my articles, photos and conversations. In many respects, this has been one of the most enjoyable years I have had following Warrior ball! And why you may ask? It is the players. Love these players. I love the joy they show playing this game in a competitive MAC D3 football atmosphere. So we head to a tough game at Owing Mills, MD against Stevenson. And I wanted to share a quote given to me today. I also wanted to say some words about this final game. So here it goes!

A hard-fought, well-fought, hairline-close game is as classical in sports as tragedy is in the theater. Victory is contained within defeat, and defeat is contained within victory. That's the way it is in the best of games. What counts in sports is not the victory, but the magnificence of the struggle. - Joe Paterno

Monday, November 11, 2019

Lycoming Football - 2019 Player of the Week Vs Lebanon Valley - Sr LB Sam Pawlikowski

2019 PLAYER OF THE WEEK - GAME 9 - SR LB SAM PAWLIKOWSKI
Lycoming Vs Lebanon Valley


HE HAS ALWAYS BEEN CLOSE
Week after week, Sr LB Sam Pawlikowski has been close to our Player of the Week honors. I remember a couple of times feeling a little guilty not picking him, but there were good reasons for me to wait another week. I had no doubt that he would win our award before seasons end. And this week he was the clear leader of the defense that shut down a good Lebanon Valley team. Sam led all tacklers with 8 including one for a loss. He had one breakup and assisted in causing a fumble. But the biggest thing that males Pawlikowski one of the best linebackers for the Warriors is his 2019 year-to-date statics. They are incredible. Take a look!

Sam, through nine games leads all defensive players by a wide margin in total tackles. He has 66 tackles, 24 more than the second closest player which is Fr LB Austin Rowley. Week after week Sam does one thing well and that is consistent high performance for the Wiser defensive machine. And Sam is so respected by his fellow players as a leader. Without revealing too much personal information, I have noticed that he always gets mentally set before each game wanting to play his best. And that best is not for his glory if you know what I mean.

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Lycoming Football Photo Album Vs Lebanon Valley - Have You Ever Seen A Happier Band Of Warriors?

Winning creates happiness!
The Warrior Football Team running on all cylinders against Lebanon Valley / John Green Photos

LYCOMING VS LEBANON VALLEY PHOTO ALBUM
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Saturday, November 9, 2019

Lycoming Football - Warriors Offense Rolls As Defense Shuts Down Dutchman 48-3

Defensive line had a tremendous game holding LVC to just 71 rushing yards / John Green Photo
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.