Former Millersville assistant and Bloomsburg standout Amanda Baer has been named Penn State Harrisburg softball head coach. She is set to become the Lions’ second head coach since the program’s inception in 2005.
Penn State Harrisburg held its 2019 Student-Athlete Award Ceremony on Sunday evening, April 28 at the Mukund S. Kulkarni Theatre in the Student Enrichment Center, awarding year-end accolades, team MVP honors and scholar-athlete award recognition as part of the celebration of the College’s athletic achievement from the 2018-19 season.
FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – Thanks to her outstanding efforts on the diamond this season, Penn State Harrisburg softball player Allison Hartman has earned all-conference recognition from the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC).
The Penn State Harrisburg softball team celebrated its senior day, taking on Capital Athletic Conference foe Frostburg State. The Lions took time to celebrate their three graduating seniors Nina Bruno, Carlee Gochenaur, and Allison Hartman.
The Penn State Harrisburg Softball team fell to Christopher Newport in Capital Athletic Conference action. The Lions built an early lead in game one, but could not hold on as the Captains offense proved to be too much.
The Penn State Harrisburg softball team recovered from its 1-0 game one defeat, to beat Southern 10-0 in six innings. The Lions got an outstanding effort in the circle from Allison Hartman who pitched both games allowing just six hits on the day. Kaylee DeMatteo recorded four hits, driving in three RBI's.
The Penn State Harrisburg softball team rallied from an early deficit to defeat Juniata College 4-3 in eight innings in game two of the doubleheader. The Lions got an outstanding pitching performance from Mary-Kate Penczkowski who picked up her second win of the season.
The Penn State Harrisburg softball team traveled to face Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) foe Mary Washington. The Lions captured early leads in both contests, but fell 4-2 in game one and 3-2 in game two
Allison Hartman set Penn State Harrisburg single game strikeouts record in the Lions match up with Capital Athletics Conference foe York College. Hartman struck out 15 Spartans, but the Lions would fall 1-0
After falling to Salisbury University in game one, the Penn State Harrisburg softball team rallied and pushed the Seagulls to their limit, falling 5-4 in extra innings. The Lions were led in game two by Nina Bruno who was 4-5 scoring a pair of runs
The Penn State Harrisburg softball team rallied from a seven run deficit before game two of the non conference doubleheader against Wilson College was called for darkness. Nina Bruno tied the game with a solo home run in the top of the seventh inning.
The Penn State Harrisburg softball team swept Gwynedd Mercy winning game one with a walk-off single from Nina Bruno. The Lions would score four runs in the first and fourth innings of game two, defeating the the Griffins 8-3
The Penn State Harrisburg Softball team swept past Lancaster Bible College, taking game one 3-0 and game game two 10-5. Allison Hartman drove in a pair of RBI's and the win from in the circle in the opening game. Kaylee Simon recorded her first career triple and save in game two, helping the Lions complete the sweep.
The Penn State Harrisburg Softball team return to the diamond where they faced Penn State Berks while battling strong wind gusts and cold temperatures. In game one, Harrisburg would use home runs from Delaney Nevius and Nina Bruno to rally from a four run deficit.
The Penn State Harrisburg softball team waited out a two and half hour delay before defeating Castleton University 5-1 and falling to Eastern Mennonite 6-4. Allison Hartman had a busy day, picking up her third win of the day while going 3-3 with 3 RBI's in the Lions match up with Eastern Mennonite.
After a three-hour rain delay, Penn State Harrisburg defeated former Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) foe Wesley 3-1 on Sunday, March 3. The Lions' contest against Hilbert College was halted due to heavy rains.
With the team currently enjoying spring break in Myrtle Beach, S.C., Penn State Harrisburg is ready for its impending 2019 season. After making an appearance in the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Tournament for the first time in program history a year ago, the Lions are primed to improve upon that milestone this spring.
The Penn State Harrisburg softball team got its 2019 campaign off to a strong start, picking up an opening day sweep of Cedar Crest College and Lehman College, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The Lions downed the Falcons 9-0 in six innings and defeated the Lightning 11-1 in five innings
Middletown, Pa. - The Penn State Harrisburg women's softball team made history this year by reaching the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) playoffs for the first time. Harrisburg comes into the day as the sixth seed and will face the number one seed Christopher Newport and the Frostburg State.
Newport News, VA. – Penn State Harrisburg Softball would battle valiantly in their first ever CAC tournament appearance, falling in both games to Christopher Newport and Frostburg State, ending their season. The Lions got an incredible effort at the plate from Allison Hartman who would record four hits on the day including two doubles and a homerun. Hartman would drive in six runs on the day for the Lions.
Frostburg, MD. – Penn State Harrisburg Softball fell to Frostburg State in CAC action. The Lions got a solid pitching performance from Kaylee Simon who pitched six inning allowing six hits and three runs. Offensively Nina Bruno led the Lions going 3-4 in the doubleheader.
Dover, DE. – The Penn State Harrisburg Softball team picked up a CAC conference victory over Wesley College. The Lions would drop game two in extra innings. Allison Hartman led the Lions in the circle only allowing one run in fifteen innings of action. Carlee Gouchenaur delivered two key RBI’s in game one while making several spectacular defensive plays at third base.
Harrisburg, PA – Penn State Harrisburg Softball used late inning rallies to sweep Juniata College. The Lions trailed by two, entering the bottom of the seventh inning but got hit RBI hits from Emily Parmer and Carlee Gochenaur to force extra innings and in the eighth inning, Kristen Evans delivered the walk-off RBI single. In game two, with the game tied at four in the fifth inning, Gocheanaur would again produce an RBI single, putting the Lions ahead for good.