Most high school seniors spent the last few months adjusting to a new normal consisting of online classes, quarantining, and the anxiety of an uncertain future. For Carley Furlow, an incoming women’s tennis player at Penn State Harrisburg, the last couple of months presented a similar scenario, albeit with a unique chance to make a difference in the fight against COVID-19.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Penn State Harrisburg has announced the cancellation of its 2020 athletic camps, originally scheduled for this summer. Refunds will be issued to all campers in the coming weeks.
In the wake of the ongoing COV-19 outbreak, Penn State University and the Office of the Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses (OVPCC), the NCAA and the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Presidents’ Council have released statements regarding the decision to cancel all remaining winter and spring athletic competition this season.
Penn State Harrisburg tennis players Sachin Venkatesh and Sydney Nye have swept the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Weekly Awards, with Venkatesh earning men’s player of the week honors and Nye picking up women’s player of the week recognition.
Penn State Harrisburg swept the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) weekly tennis awards, as Rachael Lim has been named the NEAC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week and Nick Rohn has earned the league’s men’s tennis player of the week honor.
Penn State Harrisburg’s women’s tennis team handed local foe Elizabethtown its first loss of the young season with a 6-3 victory over the Blue Jays at the Hoverter Tennis Complex on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 22.
Penn State Harrisburg fell by the slimmest of margins in the team’s second outing of the young season, dropping a 5-4 decision at Lebanon Valley’s Shankroff Tennis Center on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 19.
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) has announced that eight Penn State Harrisburg men’s and women’s tennis players have earned scholar-athlete recognition from the organization, while the women’s squad also received the ITA All-Academic Team award for the fifth year in a row.
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 2018-19 season came to an end for Penn State Harrisburg's women's tennis team when the Blue & White were defeated 9-0 by Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) foe Salisbury in the opening round of the CAC Tournament on Saturday afternoon, April 27.
Penn State Harrisburg’s women’s tennis team was nearly perfect in an 8-1 non-conference victory over Lancaster Bible in the team’s home finale at the Hoverter Tennis Complex on Thursday afternoon, April 18.
Thanks to her outstanding effort in Penn State Harrisburg’s win over Frostburg State this past weekend, Sydney Nye has been named the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Women’s Tennis Player of the Week.
Penn State Harrisburg’s women’s tennis team notched its second Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) victory of the season by downing Frostburg State 6-3 at the Hoverter Tennis Complex on Saturday afternoon, April 13.
Penn State Harrisburg’s women’s tennis team picked up its first conference victory of the spring when the team defeated Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) foe St. Mary’s (Md.) 7-2 at the Hoverter Tennis Complex on Saturday afternoon, April 6.
Penn State Harrisburg’s women’s tennis match against No. 12 Mary Washington was forced to a change of venue, moving indoors to the Hershey Racquet Club due to impending weather. The Blue & White fell 6-0 to their Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) counterparts on Friday afternoon, April 5.
Penn State Harrisburg fell to Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) foe Salisbury 5-1. Due to inclement weather, the match which started outdoors had to be moved indoors. Also, due to the change in venue only singles action was contested. The Lions picked up their team point when Elysse Mellott defeated Salisbury’s Ariana Leggio.
Penn State Harrisburg’s women’s tennis team hosted soon-to-be North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) foe Penn State Berks at the Hoverter Tennis Complex on Wednesday afternoon, March 27, rolling the defending NEAC champions 8-1.
After a four-month hiatus, Penn State Harrisburg’s women’s tennis team returned to action during the program’s spring break trip to South Carolina on Sunday afternoon, March 3. The Lions fell to Moravian 7-2 in the squad’s first match of the week.