Thursday, September 4, 2014

Lycoming Football - Sr RB Craig Needhammer "It's Not Where You Start, It's Where You Finish"

#23 Sr RB Craig Needhammer (A WOLNews photo by John Green)

2014: A First Team USA College Football Network Preseason All-American ... Enters season tied fourth in school history with 26 rushing touchdowns (three from school record), fourth with 2,471 career rushing yards (1,194 from school record) and seventh with 510 rushing attempts (263 from school record) ... Also third with 10 career 100-yard rushing games (five from school record) ... Fifth in school history with 3,424 career all-purpose yards (1,050 from school record) and holds school record with 114.1 all-purpose yards per game ...  Fourth in school history with 29 touchdowns (26 rushing, three receiving) (six from school record) and seventh with 174 total points scored (48 from school record).

Lycoming Football Video - Sr DB Tanner Troutman "A Target On Our Backs"

(Far Right) #39 Sr DB Tanner Troutman (A WOLnews Photo by John Green)

2013: Named the East Region Defensive Player of the Year … The first First Team All-American in school history … Earned Second Team Beyond Sports Network All-American honors and First Team USA Football Network All-American accolades … Earned First Team All-Middle Atlantic Conference honors … Tied for the Division III lead with eight interceptions (0.8 per game) … Started all 10 games … Posted 58 tackles, 39 solo … Recorded six seven-tackle games … Earned two Team of the Week and Beyond Sport Network Team of the Week accolades, posting two interceptions in a win over nationally-ranked Delaware Valley and a school-record three against Stevenson … Also broke up six passes on the season, helping him tie for the league lead with 14 passes defended (interceptions plus breakups) … Had a half-tackle for a loss against King’s … A First Team Preseason All-American from both USA College Football and

2012: Third Team All-East Region … Second Team All-MAC as a safety … Played in all 10 games … Recorded 53 tackles, 30 solo, finishing third on the team and20th in the MAC … Had a career-high 10 tackles against Widener … Posted two tackles for a loss … Recorded five interceptions, two against Widener, as he finished tied for second in the MAC in the category … Posted six pass breakups.

2011: Appeared in seven games … Had an interception at Stevenson.

High School: Two-time all-league defensive back … Three-time member of the All-Upper Dauphin Sentinel team … Holds school’s interception record (19) … Had more than 200 career tackles and 1,000 receiving yards.

Personal: Son of Vicki and Rodney Troutman … Has one brother, Cody … A criminal justice major … Favorite athletes are John Lynch and Randy Moss … Favorite sports team is the Denver Broncos.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

2014 Lycoming Football Video - Sr QB Tyler Jenny talks about the target on the Warriors back and more

#7 Sr QB Tyler Jenny warms up in preseason practice (A WOLnews Photo by John Green)

Highly respected Lycoming Sr QB Tyler Jenny was thrown into action two years ago and has never let go of the quarterback reigns. He is now a senior and has a chance to lead the Warriors into "back to back" MAC Championships. He talks about that pressure and much more.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

2014 Lycoming Football Video - Why Freshman DB Eric Wagner likes Lycoming

#4 Fr DB Eric Wagner - Warriors Mark, Pa. / Tyrone Area

Freshman defensive back Erik Wagner was not even coming to Lycoming College and frankly Lycoming wasn't even on his college radar, but he is glad he is a Warrior.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Lycoming Football Video - Coach Clark on injuries, polls, expectations and Susquehanna

Lycoming Head Football Coach Mike Clark (Photo by John Green)

The Warriors are again picked to win the MAC. Head football coach Mike Clark talkes about the season

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

2014 LLWS - Seoul, South Korea wins World Series Championship

2014 LLWS World Champions (Photo by John Green)

South Williamsport, PA - Dong Wan Sin went 2-3 and hit a home run, helping Asia-Pacific to an 8-4 victory over Great Lakes on Sunday at Lamade.

He singled in the third inning and homered in the fifth inning. Hae Chan Choi got the win in relief for Asia-Pacific. Choi pitched four innings and allowed three runs.

Brandon Green took the loss for Great Lakes. He allowed eight runs in 5 2/3 innings, walked one and struck out five.

Asia-Pacific went up for good in the first, scoring one run on an RBI double by Jae Yeong Hwang.

Asia-Pacific tallied one run in each of the third, fourth and fifth. In the third, Asia-Pacific scored on a groundout by Hwang, bringing home Choi.

Asia-Pacific piled on four more runs in the top of the sixth. A double by Shane Jaemin Kim ignited the offense,, scoring Ji Ho Park. That was followed up by Jin Woo Jeon's single, plating Gyu Heon Kwon and Dong Hyeok Kim.

Three Great Lakes runs crossed the plate in the bottom half of the sixth, making the score 8-4. A two-run single by Darion Radcliff and a passed ball fueled Great Lakes' comeback. Choi ended the game by getting Ed Howard to.

2014 LLWS - Bill Shea Award Winner - Roy Smalley III