Lancaster Pa. – The Penn State Harrisburg Lady Lions waited a full year for today’s playoff rematch against the Keuka Storm. Saturday’s conference semi-final matchup is now the fourth straight year the teams have met in post season play. The past three years have all fallen in favor of the Storm, which after today probably feels more like a never ending hurricane as Keuka again ended the Lions hope for a championship 81-68.
Penn State Harrisburg's Mercedes Copeland and Miranda Zeanchock were named to the North Eastern Athletic Conference's (NEAC) Women's Basketball All-Conference teams on Feb. 19. Copeland was named to the league's second-team while Zeanchock was a third-team honoree...
Middletown Pa. – The Lady Lions came out strong and fast on way to an exciting 79-73 playoff win over the St. Elizabeth Eagles Tuesday night at the CUB. Harrisburg was led by strong overall performances by Mercedes Copeland (Reading, Pa. / Reading) and Amanda Moyer (Carlisle, Pa. / Cumberland Valley) that both were just one rebound shy of earning double-doubles helping the Lions earn a spot in the conference semi-finals this Saturday.
The season isn't over just yet. Penn State Harrisburg's men's and women's basketball teams will look to attend to some unfinished business in the North Eastern Athletic Conference's (NEAC) Championship Tournaments...Women Play at Home Tonight at 7:00, Men can be watched online live also at 7:00.
Chambersburg, Pa. – Harrisburg came into tonight’s game expecting to win another game en route to next Tuesday’s opening playoff game. With the Lions forgetting they still had two games two play before reaching that playoff game, the Wilson Phoenix took full advantage and grabbed their best win of the season upsetting Harrisburg 77-75.
On Wednesday night, Feb. 13, Penn State Harrisburg senior captain Steph Yetter became the first woman's basketball player to score 1,000 career points since Harrisburg became an NCAA member and just the second lady to ever achieve the impressive feat...
Middletown Pa. – Everyone in the CUB came to the first annual costume night game excited to see the show. Even with all the hoopla going on, Steph Yetter (Thompsontown, Pa. / East Juniata) stole the show scoring the first point of the game which also was her 1,000 point for the senior captain. Harrisburg beat conference rival Penn State Berks with a score of 90-71 picking up their 12th conference win.
Morristown NJ. – The Blue and White Lady Lions have had quite a ride so far this season. They have experienced sudden loss of players due to injuries, set individual career high’s, set new team records, won a lot of games, lost a few, and even had one Lucky player get a second chance. This game will be remembered as a thriller that went down to the last 30 seconds before Harrisburg would get out gunned by just a little bit and travel home with a 68-63 loss.
Washington DC. – The Lady Lions are in their final stretch of the season. Their focus is no longer about getting into the postseason, but what they will do when they get there and where those games will be played at. The 59-40 point win tonight over the Gallaudet Bison means they are keeping the hope of hosting the NEAC championships alive, despite needing some opposing team help for that to occur.
Lancaster, Pa. – Harrisburg came into tonight’s game with plenty of momentum from the four game win streak they have built up over the past two weeks. Unfortunately that streak came to an end tonight as the Lions will have to settle with a 1-1 season tally against the Lancaster Bible Chargers after another fierce battle between the two strong teams.
Middletown Pa. - Amanda Moyer (Carlisle Pa./Cumberland Valley) hit the twenty point mark for the first time this season in an important conference and inter collegiate rivalry win Sunday against Penn State Abington.
The Blue and White women’s basketball team won their third straight game as they cruised through the Wilson Phoenix 89-46. Miranda Zeanchock (Carrolltown, Pa. / Cambria Heights), Amanda Moyer (Carlisle, Pa. /Cumberland Valley), and Kiara Carter (Bronx, N.Y. / Milton Hershey) all brought sizeable games on route to another solid win.
Kueka Park, NY - Penn State Harrisburg did not get the result they were hoping for today against conference foe Keuka College. The Storm started from the tip off and lasted the entire 40 minutes of play on way to a 86-71 Keuka victory.
Aurora, NY - The Lady Lions came into the Well’s College Basketball Arena expecting to leave with a 5-0 conference record after another strong 40 minutes of basketball. Unfortunately Well’s must have missed that memo and came into the game with a plan of their own on way to a 85-76 win over the Lions.
Middletown Pa - The Lady Lions showed true character and put forth a solid team effort on their way to defeating the SUNY IT Wildcats 87-68 Saturday afternoon. The game was filled with intensity; fouls, scoring, and a great rivalry match due to the Wildcats win the previous year which gave Harrisburg their only conference loss when they went 17-1.
MIDDLETOWN, Pa- The Penn State Harrisburg Lady Lions had to work hard for their win tonight over the Goucher Gophers 59-47. The atmosphere was intense from the start as almost every player on the court tonight also hit the deck either chasing down a loose ball or taking the brunt of one of the many hard fouls coming from both teams.
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – The lady lions have been on fire of late and came into tonight’s game on a 4 game win streak. The steak came to an end tonight as the scratching claws of the Frostburg St. Bobcats could not be clipped back and pushed through for a second half comeback win.
The blue and white ladies basketball team won their fourth straight game and will head into 2013 undefeated in conference play. The lions had another team effort that helped take down conference rival Penn State Berks 81-55 Saturday.
Selinsgrove, PA - The Penn State women’s basketball team does not look like the same team from the previous year. One major difference is all the new young faces on this year’s squad. Saturday night’s 65-61 win over Susquehanna definitely came from a multitude of effort and scoring from the well rounded Harrisburg side.
SELINSGROVE, Pa. – The blue and white started today’s Pepsi Tip-Off Classic tournament final by scoring two and taking the lead on the Ursinus Bears off the start. Unfortunately this would be the only lead they would see today as Ursinus Responded with force as the Bears captured the championship.
This year's women's basketball team faces the tough task of living up to the high standards set by last season's success. Penn State Harrisburg would like nothing more than to win its first NEAC championship in its last year with the league and earn an NCAA tournament bid...