Haven tops ESU, advances to PSAC quarterfinals

Adam Kaylor Graduate Assistant ank4635@lockhaven.edu LOCK HAVEN, Pa. - The No. 4 seed Lock Haven University women’s basketball team (15-13) took down the No. 5 seed Warriors of East Stroudsburg University (13-15), 72-65, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) First Round matchup on Monday night in Thomas Fieldhouse. The game marked the first time … Continue reading Haven tops ESU, advances to PSAC quarterfinals


Men’s soccer slips late to Shepherd

The Lock Haven men’s soccer team (4-3-1) was defeated in non-conference action by the visiting Rams of Shepherd University (5-3-1) in overtime by a score of 3-2. Junior forward, Jacob Oldaker (Elliottsburg, Pa./West Perry) started the scoring when ran onto a through ball from fellow junior Colt Brackbill (Juniata, Pa./Juniata). Oldaker has now scored in half of LHU’s games this season and has proven to have great endurance. The former PSAC Freshman of the Year has played at least 85 minutes in every game -- including a 110 minute performance against Cedarville.

Gomish named PSAC volleyball athlete of the week

Lock Haven Lady Eagles volleyball freshman Sarah Gomish was named PSAC Volleyball Athlete of the Week for the week of Sept. 29. Gomish is the first Lock Haven women’s volleyball player this season to be named to the award. On Friday, Gomish recorded 10 kills and eight digs to lead Lock Haven to a 3-1 win over East Stroudsburg.

The Legacy of Derek Jeter

Many words come to mind when one would think about Derek Jeter: effort, class, dignity and heart are a few that come to mind. However, there is one that stands out above all else: winner. The legacy of Derek Jeter is one that will never be questioned and is one that will never be touched. Here’s one astounding number for you: 2,743.

Field Hockey sharp through six games

The Lock Haven Lady Eagles field hockey team has rolled to an impressive 5-1 start with contributions coming from both the offense and the defense. Sophomore, Lydia George has spearheaded the offense at this point with six goals in just as many games. George has already begun to receive recognition for her stellar play this season as she was named the Atlantic 10 Conference Player of the Week for the week of September 1.

College Football Roundup: Week Three

Week three of the college football season consisted of more of the same from week two – upsets and blowouts. In Columbia, S.C., in perhaps the most anticipated game of the week, the No. 24 South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs 38-35. The Gamecocks desperately needed this victory after getting embarrassed by Texas A&M at home in week one.