Saturday, February 17, 2018

Penn College Women's Basketball Concludes Season Against SUNY Poly

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – SUNY Poly dealt Penn College an 81-47 setback in a North Eastern Athletic Conference women's basketball game Saturday in Bardo Gymnasium. Poly improved to 15-1 NEAC, 19-6 overall, while PCT wrapped up its season at 1-15, 2-22.

Cassi Kuhns paced Penn College with 16 points, on 5 of 14 shooting and pulled down seven rebounds. Tori Wolfe and Gwendolyn Lavelle each pumped in 10 points, and Jane Herman finished the final game of her career with eight points, 10 steals, and four rebounds.

Kiersten Leos led Poly with a game-high 25 points, Rylie Smith added 12, and Shannon Harrison finished with 11.

Poly led 21-9 after the first and 39-21 at halftime. Poly outlasted PCT 31-12 in third, while Penn College outpaced Poly 14-11 in the final quarter.

Wilkes Men’s Basketball Closes Regular Season with Last-Second Defeat on Senior Day


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WILKES-BARRE – Eastern University’s Antonio Chapman hit a running three-pointer with 0.2 seconds showing on the clock to defeat the Wilkes University men’s basketball team by a 69-66 final at the Marts Center on Senior Day, closing out regular season Middle Atlantic Conference Freedom (MAC Freedom) play.

The Colonels end the regular season 18-7 overall and 11-3 in MAC Freedom play.

Men's Lacrosse - Fourth-quarter surge gets Warriors past River Hawks

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WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Down by a goal entering the fourth quarter, the Lycoming men’s lacrosse team erased the deficit and took a two-goal lead within 150 seconds and went on to post six goals in the frame to down Susquehanna University, 12-9, for the first time since 2012, in both teams’ season opener on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 17, at the Shangraw Athletic Complex.

Men's Basketball - Lycoming Warriors fall in overtime, clinch third seed

READING, Pa. – Sophomore Ronald Jefferson (Brooklyn, N.Y./Christ the King) scored 18 points and seniorChris Wallace (Randallstown, Md./Calvert Hall) notched his fifth double-double of the season, but the 20th-ranked Lycoming College men’s basketball team dropped an overtime MAC Commonwealth game to Albright College, 87-80, on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 17, at the Bollman Center.

Bald Eagles Men’s Basketball team edged by Millersville

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The LHU men’s basketball team was edged out by Millersville, 73-69, after the Marauders used a strong second half to comeback vs. the Bald Eagles.
MILLERSVILLE, Pa. – Amir Hinton (Philadelphia/Abington) had a monster double-double, which was powered by a team-high 24 points and he was one four players in double figures scoring, but it wasn’t enough as the Lock Haven University men’s basketball (7-17, 5-15 PSAC East) was edged by host Millersville University (10-17, 8-13 PSAC East) 73-69 today in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division action.

Bald Eagles Shoop & Klucker claim wrestling tournament titles

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The No. 23 Bald Eagles sent 10 wrestlers to the mats today to compete unattached at their own Mat-Town Open II Tournament and both Kyle Shoop (141) and Alex Klucker (157) came away with individual titles.
LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Kyle Shoop (Boiling Springs, Pa./Boiling Springs ) and Alex Klucker (Summerdale, Pa./East Pennsboro) claimed individual titles to the lead the way for the Bald Eagles as the No. 23 Lock Haven University wrestling team closed the 2017-18 regular season by hosting the Mat-Town Open II Tournament.

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