- Baseball wins series against Bloom
- Lacrosse doubles up Bloom, 20-10
- Softball continues playoff push
- Bats continue to pop for baseball
- Football holds Spring Scrimages
- Lacrosse rallies to defeat No. 11 West Chester
Sports quote of the week
“There are times I am happy. There are times I am sad. But I always try to separate emotion from the need to reach for something stronger, deeper. And then no matter the emotion, I can reach for a stability that helps me accomplish the goal.“–Troy Polamalu
Play of the week
The Lock Haven University softball team won 2-1 and 3-0 Sunday on the way to a sweep of visiting Mansfield University.
Game 1, LHU pitcher Rachel Mouillesseaux threw a two-hitter. She struck out nine and allowed just one walk over seven innings.
Info courtesy of golhu.com
This week in sports history
- April 20th, 2008 – Danica Patrick wins the Indy Japan 300 becoming the first female driver in history to win an Indy car race.
- April 21st, 1898 – Phillies’ pitcher Bill Duggleby hits a grand slam on 1st at bat
- April 22nd, 1988 – Women are allowed to compete in Little 500 bicycle race (Indiana)
- April 23rd, 1950 – 1st major league day game completed under lights (Phils 6, Braves 5)
- April 24th, 1996 – Highest scoring baseball game in 17 years – Twins 24, Tigers 11
- April 25th, 1978 – Phillie Phanatic makes 1st appearance
- April 26th, 1912 – 1st homerun hit at Fenway Park (Hugh Bradley, Red Sox)
(Information from todayinsport.com)
Did you know?: Sports
Danica Patrick has earned many titles, one of which is Chopped Champion. She defeated a football player, MMA fighter and Olympic swimmer in the Food Network cooking competition.
Information from Food Network