Penn State Harrisburg (PSH) Women's Head Coach Adam Clay and Assistant Coach Rudy Grubesky, had the opportunity to observe a training session conducted by New Zealand (NZ) Women’s National Team Head Coach Tom Sermanni and his staff as they prepared the Football Ferns for a behind-closed-doors match with Mexico. Coach Sermanni has an extensive coaching background that includes leading the women's national teams for the United States, Australia, and Canada.
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.
The Penn State Harrisburg women's soccer team is hosting their annual Spring ID Clinic on Saturday April 6th. The clinic is a great opportunity for potential student athletes to meet with the team/coaching staff, see the campus and experience a college level training session all in one day. On top of the ID clinic, the school is also hosting their annual open house prior to the ID clinic and the team will be holding their Alumni game following the end of the clinic.
The Penn State Harrisburg women's soccer team has rescheduled their original Winter ID Clinic to Saturday February 23rd, after a snow cancellation in January. The clinic is a great opportunity for potential student athletes to meet with the team/coaching staff, see the campus and experience a college level training session all in one day.
Thanks to their stellar efforts on the field this season, Penn State Harrisburg women’s soccer players Mackenzie Haladay, Madison Hemler and Kaeleigh Smedley have earned all-conference recognition from the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC).
Learn about Mackenzie Haladay; her decision to further her education at Penn State Harrisburg, her overcoming a season-ending knee injury in 2017 and a number of personal stories and preferences that have little to do with her academic or athletic career, including her go-to dessert at a certain hometown amusement park, the story behind her game-day hairstyle and that time she masqueraded as a “Belieber” for a friend.
Penn State Harrisburg’s season came to an end with a hard-fought 1-0 loss at Mary Washington in the opening round of the 2018 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Women’s Soccer Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 27.
With the 2018 regular season now complete, Penn State Harrisburg’s men’s and women’s soccer teams turn their attention to the postseason. Both squads will take part in the upcoming Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Soccer Tournaments, with first-round action set to begin this weekend.
Penn State Harrisburg picked up a valuable late-season victory over Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) foe St. Mary’s (Md.) on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 20. The Lions shut out their conference counterpart 2-0 in Maryland to improve their potential playoff seeding heading into the final week of the regular season.
A pair of first-half goals doomed Penn State Harrisburg in the team’s 2-0 loss to the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) leaders from Mary Washington at a blustery Nittany Soccer Field on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 17.
The Penn State Harrisburg Women’s Soccer team used an offensive explosion to power to their first CAC win this season over Southern Virginia. Before the game, the Blue & White honored seniors Kayla Arnold and Tabitha Fake.
Newport News, Va. – The Penn State Harrisburg women’s soccer team traveled to play the #9 ranked Christopher Newport University (CNU) Captains on Saturday September 29th. The Lions took a first half lead thanks to Katie Kosovac who scored her first goal of the season. CNU responded in the 65th minute to even the score at 1-1, in a game that would need an overtime period to determine a winner.
Harrisburg, Pa. – The Penn State Harrisburg Women’s Soccer team battled Widener to a scoreless draw. The Lions got an excellent effort from goal keeper Kayla Arnold who made 6 saves including two in overtime.
The Penn State Harrisburg women's soccer team traveled to face off against an undefeated Penn College team on Wednesday September 19th. The Wildcats came into the game with a perfect 4-0 record, while the Lions won three straight the previous week. Both teams were hungry for another win and the intensity of the contest went for the full 90 minutes.
Hemler tallied three goals and two assists in a 3-0 week for the Lions. She opened the week with the game-winning goal in a 3-0 victory over Lancaster Bible, before notching a goal and an assist in victories against Eastern (2-1) and Immaculata (3-0).
Harrisburg, Pa. – The Penn State Harrisburg Women’s Soccer team picked up its third straight win defeating Immaculata University. The Lions Kaeleigh Smedley and Madison Hemler scored first half goals to get the Lions out an early lead. Rhyan Socash would add a goal early in the second half putting the game out of reach.
Harrisburg, Pa. – Mackenzie Haladay’s overtime goal clinch the Penn State Harrisburg Women’s Soccer team win over Eastern University. Trailing 1-0 at the half, the Lions would tie the game when Rhyan Socash would draw a foul in the box, setting up Madison Hemler penalty kick goal.
Harrisburg, Pa. – After a slow start, the Penn State Harrisburg Women’s Soccer offense found its footing scoring three second half goals in route to a victory over Lancaster Bible. Madison Hemler, Romina Dichio, and Eden Haldeman all recorded their first goal of the season in the win.
Selinsgrove Pa. – The Penn State Harrisburg women’s soccer team suffered a heartbreaking road loss to Susquehanna University on Saturday September 8th. The Lions scored first, but a late goal by the River Hawks sent the game to overtime before claiming the exciting 2-1 win.
Middletown, Pa. - The Penn State Harrisburg women's soccer team faced off against local rival Elizabethtown College on Wednesday September 5th. After a quality first half showing, the Lions struggled to overcome giving up the first goal of the day as the Blue Jays went on to a 3-0 win.
Harrisburg, Pa. – The Penn State Harrisburg Women’s Team fell to Dickinson College in its home opener, despite seven saves from Kayla Arnold. The Lions had several scoring opportunities in the second half, but could not recover from a first half goal by the Red Devil