No. 23, lacrosse wins opener over Georgian Court

Jayson Moyer jpm362@lockhaven.edu Managing Editor The Lock Haven University lacrosse team, ranked No. 23 in the nation, defeated Georgian Court University 16-10 on Tuesday afternoon at Charlotte Smith Field. According to the Lock Haven University Sports Information Department, the season-opening win was the 44th home win over the past five seasons.  They have only lost … Continue reading No. 23, lacrosse wins opener over Georgian Court

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Kutztown downs LHU, 55-26

Jayson Moyer Managing Editor jpm362@lockhaven.edu The Kutztown University football team got their offense rolling right off the bat Saturday afternoon, and didn’t slow down, as the Golden Bears defeated Lock Haven 55-26 at Hubert Jack Stadium. Saturday’s contest against Kutztown marked only the third home game of the season for the Bald Eagles, who now … Continue reading Kutztown downs LHU, 55-26

Baseball wins series against Bloom

Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief jpm362@lockhaven.edu April 20, 2017   The Lock Haven University Baseball team (23-9, 11-5 PSAC) continued its hot play this season, taking three out of four from Bloomsburg this past weekend. Nick Hornbaker tossed six innings of scoreless relief in game one, striking out seven, to lead the Bald Eagles to a series … Continue reading Baseball wins series against Bloom

Lacrosse doubles up Bloom, 20-10

Alex Sklar Sports Editor aws1509@lockhaven.edu April 20, 2017   Lacrosse dismantles Bloomsburg The Lock Haven Lacrosse team traveled down Interstate 80 on Tuesday, April 18 to face PSAC opponent Bloomsburg University. The Bald Eagles needing a win to continue their push for PSAC postseason play and they didn’t disappoint. The game started with Bloomsburg jumping … Continue reading Lacrosse doubles up Bloom, 20-10

Softball continues playoff push

Bret Pallotto Managing Editor bmp6070@lockhaven.edu April 20, 2017 The Lock Haven University softball team is currently tied for third with Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) in the Central Division of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC). Lock Haven and IUP share a 7-5 record in the division, while IUP has an overall record of 17-14 … Continue reading Softball continues playoff push

Bats continue to pop for baseball

Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief jpm362@lockhaven.edu April 13, 2017   After winning 21 games last season, the Lock Haven University baseball team has already reached the 20-win mark in the middle of April. Sitting at 20-8 overall, 8-4 in PSAC play, a monstrous reason for the extended period of hot play for Lock Haven has been their … Continue reading Bats continue to pop for baseball

Football holds Spring Scrimages

Doug Spatafore Sports Information Director dspatafo@lockhaven.edu April 13, 2017   The LHU football team held its first scrimmage of the spring on Saturday, April 1 and despite a new dynamic scoring system implemented this spring by head coach Dave Taynor, the offense and defense tied, 76-76. Offense Scoring Recap: 5 TDs x 7 = 35 … Continue reading Football holds Spring Scrimages

Lacrosse rallies to defeat No. 11 West Chester

Bret Pallotto Managing Editor bmp6070@lockhaven.edu April 13, 2017   The No. 19 Lock Haven University women’s lacrosse team defeated the No. 11 West Chester Golden Rams 13-12 at Charlotte Smith Field on Wednesday, April 12. The visiting Golden Rams raced out to a 3-0 lead in the first four minutes of the game. The second … Continue reading Lacrosse rallies to defeat No. 11 West Chester

Softball splits PSAC doubleheader at Mansfield

Alex Sklar Sports Editor aws1509@lockhaven.edu April 13, 2017   The Lock Haven softball team traveled to Mansfield for a doubleheader on Sunday, April 9. The Bald Eagles played Mansfield to a split in PSAC Central play. The Haven battled with Mansfield all day on Sunday. In game one,Mansfield jumped out to early 1-0 lead in … Continue reading Softball splits PSAC doubleheader at Mansfield

Flyers need huge makeover in offseason

Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief jpm362@lockhaven.edu April 06, 2017   For the third time in the last five years, the Flyers are going to miss the playoffs.  April without playoff hockey is like an entire year without college basketball, for me.  And honestly, it isn’t such a bad thing. Patience.  That’s what Flyers general manager Ron Hextall … Continue reading Flyers need huge makeover in offseason