Lycoming College to implement sexual assault education with $300,000 Department of Justice grant

Lycoming College to implement sexual assault education with $300,000 Department of Justice grant.

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has awarded Lycoming College a $300,000, three-year grant to implement a comprehensive, campus-wide sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking (SV/DV) prevention program.
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Gallagher’s Second Overtime Free Ball Goal Lifts Misericorida over Wilkes Women’s Soccer in the MAC Freedom Championship

Cougars Gallagher’s Second Overtime Free Ball Goal Lifts Misericorida over Wilkes Women’s Soccer

Alex Gallagher scored on a free kick that bounced off the crossbar with 7:03 left in the second overtime to lift Misericordia University to the Middle Atlantic Conference Freedom (MAC Freedom) tournament championship by a 1-0 final over the Wilkes University.

Three Warriors win titles at Messiah Invitational

Three Warriors win titles at Messiah Invitational.

GRANTHAM, Pa. – Juniors Trevor Corl and Garrett Wesneski each posted upsets in Messiah Invitational final and sophomore Hadyn Swartwood also won his weight class as the Lycoming College wrestling team won three individual titles and placed four in the season-opening tournament.

Klucker, Marsteller headline Haven’s strong outing at Clarion Open

Klucker, Marsteller headline Haven’s strong outing at Clarion Open.

CLARION, Pa. – Alex Klucker and Chance Marsteller both dominated their respective weight classes and each finished a perfect 5-0 on the way to individual titles, highlighting an all-around solid 2017-18 opener for the Lock Haven University wrestling team at today’s Clarion Open.

Soccer Champions – Lycoming Warriors down top-ranked Falcons, 2-1

Soccer Champions – Lycoming Warriors down top-ranked Falcons, 2-1.

Junior goalkeeper Chris Solecki (Hainesport, N.J./Lenape) made a sliding save with under 30 seconds remaining and junior defender Jake Webb (Fairless Hills, Pa./Conwell-Egan Catholic) recorded a goal and an assist in the first half as the second-seeded Lycoming College men’s soccer team came away with a 2-1 win over No. 1 seed Messiah College.