Video - Don Kinney Inducted into the Lycoming College Athletic Hall of Fame

Video - Sean Graf Inducted into the Lycoming College Athletic Hall of Fame

Gibboney named Robert Darrow Curry Coach of the Year

Nate Gibboney earned his second career Robert Darrow Curry Coach of the Year award.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Lycoming College head men’s soccer coach Nate Gibboney received the eighth annual Robert Darrow Curry Coach of the Year award, presented Saturday, May 21, by longtime college administrator and assistant football coach Robb Curry '69 at Lycoming's 31st annual Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

Graf and Kinney Inducted into the Lycoming College Athletic Hall of Fame

Clockwise from top left: Stacy Flick, Megan McIntyre, Sean Graf, Jessica (Feerrar) Boyer, A.J. LeViere, Don Kinney and Greg Sye - the Lycoming Athletics Class of 2016.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - The 2016 Lycoming College Athletics Hall of Fame class of Jessica (Feerrar) Boyer '03 (softball), Stacy Flick '11 (women's swimming), Megan McIntyre '10 (women's lacrosse), Sean Graf '01 (football), Don Kinney '92 (football), A.J. LeViere '01 (men's swimming) and Greg Sye '09 (men's basketball) was inducted in a ceremony on Saturday, May 21 in Lamade Gym as part of the college's Alumni Weekend.

Community Yard Sale Rescheduled to Sunday at BB&T Ballpark

Williamsport, PA - Due to expected rainy weather, the Annual Spring Community Yard Sale at BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field originally scheduled for tomorrow (5/21) has been rescheduled to this Sunday (8/22) from 8am-2pm.

Over 50 vendors will be set up in the ballpark parking lot selling crafts, antiques and collectibles, new items, household goods, flea market items and food at great prices.

Anyone with questions are urged to call the Crosscutters at (570) 326-3389.


Lycoming Football Video - Mike Clark 2016 Spring Practice Summary

Williamsport, PA - 2016 Spring Practice Summary: Mike Clark says that the coaching staff is very pleased. The team has had a good off season and have been diligent in their offseason requirements. The guys are very motivated in the weight room. The way we started last year wasn't what anyone wanted. The way we lost to Widener was embarrassing for a lot of us and our guys don't want to go through that again.

Little League CEO Stephen D. Keener Opens Annual Scholarship Luncheon

Photo Group - 10 Lycoming County High School Seniors Recognized