Penn State Harrisburg rolled past Clarks Summit 69-33 on Thursday night. The Lions knocked down 14 3-pointers, powering Harrisburg to the victory. The Blue & White were led offensively were led by Shanique Mattis who had a game-high 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting.
Penn State Harrisburg women’s basketball fell to Gwnedd Mercy 78-67 on Wednesday night. Shanique Mattis led the Lions with 22 points and eight rebounds. Laurel Amey had her best outing this season, scoring 18 points including 4-8 shooting from behind the arc.
Thanks to her stellar efforts in the first meet of the 2018-19 campaign, Penn State Harrisburg track & field athlete Sarah Lehman has been named the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Women’s Field Athlete of the Week.
Thanks to his outstanding efforts in the first meet of the 2018-19 season, Penn State Harrisburg track & field athlete Jalil Clayton has been named the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Men’s Track Athlete of the Week.
Thanks to his outstanding efforts in the team’s most-recent pair of victories, Penn State Harrisburg’s Chris Bing has been named the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Men’s Basketball Player of the Week.
You name it, it worked during Penn State Harrisburg’s 80-56 rout of Messiah at the Capital Union Building on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 1. Donyae Baylor-Carroll netted a game-high 21 points and Chris Bing posted his second double-double in as many outings in the victory.
Penn State Harrisburg’s men’s and women’s track & field program opened the indoor portion of its 2018-19 campaign at Suquehanna’s River Hawk Open on Friday night, Nov. 30. The Lions were led by strong efforts from Jalil Clayton, Sarah Lehman, Cameron Yon, Rae Rae Taylor, Alex White and Dominick Hogans.
In five short years, head coach Danielle Lynch has guided Penn State Harrisburg from a young upstart program to a group that has seen individuals compete on the national stage. Under Lynch’s leadership, the Lions have produced four all-Americans, 11 NCAA national qualifiers, 13 conference champions, 18 all-conference honorees and two conference major award winners since the 2015-16 season.
The Penn State Harrisburg Women’s Basketball team fell at Eastern University 93-62 despite a career outings from Ana Mahan and Symone Grant. Mahan posted a double-double leading the Lions in scoring 19 points and 12 rebounds. Grant would add a career-high 17 points.
For the second time in as many outings, Penn State Harrisburg had to work until the final buzzer to earn a hard-fought road victory. The Lions held off a late charge at Immaculata, picking up a 91-85 overtime victory over the Mighty Macs on Monday night, Nov. 26.
After hanging tough for three quarters of play, Penn State Harrisburg ran out of gas in an 80-64 loss to Mary Baldwin in the championship game of the program’s 2018 Pride. Spirit. Honor. Tournament at the Capital Union Building on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 25.
Penn State Harrisburg could not hold off Lebanon Valley’s second-half rally, falling for the first time this season. Laurel Amey led the Lions with 17 points and nine rebounds. Madison Hemler posted her second-straight double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Cam Yon recently sat down to share stories of his accidental path to Penn State Harrisburg, his love for strength training, the role his father plays in keeping things in perspective, what it means to be the first all-American in school history, and much more.
In a matchup of soon-to-be annual foes in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC), Penn State Harrisburg routed Penn State Berks 89-49 in the consolation game of the 2018 Widener Tip-Off Tournament For Autism Awareness on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 17.
Penn State Harrisburg suffered its first loss of the young season, falling to Gwynedd Mercy 86-77 on the opening night of the 2018 Widener Tip-Off Tournament For Autism Awareness on Friday night, Nov. 16.
Penn State Harrisburg overcame an up-and-down first half to complete a 67-59 come-from-behind victory over Neumann at the Capital Union Building in the championship game of the 2018 Penn State Harrisburg Tip-Off Tournament presented by Holiday Inn East.
Penn State Harrisburg used a monster second half to pull away from Gettysburg in a convincing 86-71 victory at the Capital Union Building on the first day of the Penn State Harrisburg Tip-Off Tournament presented by Holiday Inn East on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 10.
Penn State Harrisburg’s 2018-19 season came to an end in heartbreaking fashion when the team fell 1-0 to Wesley in a double-overtime thriller in the opening round of the ECAC Championship Tournament on the campus of Stevenson University in Owings Mills, Md. On Friday night, Nov. 9.
The Lions open the year by hosting the Penn State Harrisburg Tip-Off Tournament presented by Holiday Inn Harrisburg East beginning tomorrow afternoon. Before the Blue & White tips things off this weekend, be sure to take in all the info you need to know for the upcoming campaign.
Propelled by Rachel Miller’s career night, Penn State Harrisburg jumped out to a big lead and held off a late charge by Lancaster Bible in the team’s 57-45 season-opening victory at the Capital Union Building on Thursday night, Nov. 8.
Penn State Harrisburg’s women’s basketball program officially kicks off the 2018-19 winter athletic season by hosting Lancaster Bible in non-conference action at the Capital Union Building at 6 p.m. The Lions will take part in their final year as a member of the CAC this winter before making the move back to the NEAC next fall. Before the Blue & White tip things off, be sure to take in all the info you need to know for the upcoming campaign.
A pair of Penn State Harrisburg men’s soccer players have been rewarded for their strong performances this season, as Joey Aman and Ethan Hoover have earned all-conference recognition from the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC).
Thanks to their stellar efforts on the field this season, Penn State Harrisburg women’s soccer players Mackenzie Haladay, Madison Hemler and Kaeleigh Smedley have earned all-conference recognition from the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC).
As is tradition this time of year, Penn State Harrisburg’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is joining up with fellow schools from the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) to collect food for those in need in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving.