Lycoming football duo named MAC Players of the Week
Quarterback Chase Snavely and kicker Jamie Fisher led Lycoming to a 43-42 come-from-behind win and were rewareded by being named to have earned the MAC Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Week awards, the conference office in Annville, Pa., announced on Sunday.
Snavely came into the game with 1:58 left in the third quarter after an injury to the starting quarterback and the Warriors trailing Widener, 42-23.
The sophomore led Lycoming to three scoring drives over the final quarter for a shocking 19-point come-from-behind win over the Pride. Snavely led the Warriors to back-to-back scoring drives in his first two series. Then, with 26 second remaining in the game, Snavely capped a 12-play, 49-yard game-winning drive with a hand off for a one-yard touchdown run.
The sophomore was 4-for-5 throwing on the final drive. He finished the game with 130 yards passing, one touchdown pass and one touchdown run in the final quarter of play.
Jamie Fisher recorded four point-after-touchdown (PATs). Fisher also made a 27-yard field goal to give the Warriors a 16-14 lead in the second quarter. The senior averaged 59.8 yards on kickoffs, including four touchbacks.
• In women’s tennis, Lock Haven made its official return today as the Bald Eagles hosted Lycoming College. It marked the first home match since October 3, 1992. Lycoming picked up a 7-0 win.
• Gabby Bair scored and Kaylee Donnelly made 10 saves, but Bucknell fell, 2-1, at George Washington in women’s soccer. Bair’s shot curled into the top right corner, past the outstretched fingertips of goalkeeper Tamaki Machi in the 28th minute.
Tiffany Brown recorded a hat trick to help Penn College knock off Alfred State, 5-1.
• In women’s field hockey, Lock Haven was edged out, 1-0, in a shootout by Appalachian State. Friederike Stegen converted App State’s fourth shootout attempt for the game winner. LHU goalie Joaquina Orlandini converted five saves in goal as Amy Stevens had a game-high five shots and Jazmine Palma registered four.
• In men’s golf, Chris Tanabe shot a career-best, 4-under-par 67 as Bucknell finished second in the Cornell Invite. The Bison compiled a 3-under 281, Sunday, the best in the Cornell Invitational field by four shots, and finished second to Columbia by just a single stroke. Columbia finished at 866 over 54 holes, followed by Bucknell at 867, and Cornell finished third at 869.
• In women’s golf, All five Bucknell starters carded rounds between 78 and 80 good enough for a seventh place finishe at the Bucknell Invitational. The Bison closed with a team score of 315 after posting 306-315 on Saturday, giving them a 936 total over the 54-hole event.
Meredith Langs led the Bison with a final-round 78, while Casey Morrow, Sahana Paravantavida and Tatum McKelvey also shot 79. Erin Holmes added an 80 for Bucknell, which held off Saint Francis (Pa.) by two strokes for seventh place.
•In boys soccer, Connor Albaugh scored three goals, including two in the first half, and Matt Barone and Alex Heiser each notched a goal and an assist as Loyalsock remained undefeated with its 8-0 win over Shikellamy on Saturday night.
Lycoming 7, Lock Haven 0
SINGLES: 1. Hannah Summerson, LC, def. Delani Wolever, 6-0, 6-0. 2. Aubrey Chambers, LC, def. Hailey Risley, 7-6, 6-0. 3. Wiliana Lundy, LC, def. Jayna Brodnicki, 6-0, 7-5. 4. Madi Heller, LC, def. Victoria Bensinger, 6-3, 6-1. 5. Abby Flemming, LC, def. Kayla Mushala, 6-3, 6-0. DOUBLES: 1. Hannah Summerson/Aubrey Chambers, LC, def. Delani Wolever/Hailey Risley, 8-1. 2. Wiliana Lundy/Madi Heller, LC, def. Jayna Brodnicki/Victoria Bensinger, 8-0.
Records: Lycoming (1-1), Lock Haven (0-1). Next: Susquehanna at Lycoming, Wednesday, 4 p.m., Lock Haven at Bloomsnburg Invite, Saturday.
George Washington 2, Bucknell 1
GW–Megan McCormick (Sammy Neyman), 21:59. BU–Gabby Bair, 28:20. GW–Maira Parea (Sophia Pavon), 32:08. Shots: BU 5, GW 20. Corners: BU 3, GW 4. Saves: BU 10 (Kaylee Donnelly), GW 1 (Tamaki Machi).
Record: Bucknell (2-6). Next: Bucknell at Lafayette, Saturday, 4 p.m.
Penn College 5,
Alfred State 1
PC–Dominique Brown, 9:00. PC–Tiffany Brown (D. Brown), 17:07. PC–T. Brown, 47:10. AS–Althea Prime, 52:18. PC–T. Brown (D. Brown), 84:33. PC–Kaelan Cronan, 87:30. Shots: AS 11, PC 32. Corners: AS 5, PC 5. Saves: AS 12 (Gretchen Hendrickson 5, Laura Mecca 7), PC 4 (Taylor Gonzales).
Record: Penn College (2-3-1). Next:
Women’s Field Hockey
Appalachian State 1, Lock Haven 0 (SO)
AS–Friedericke Stegen, 80:00. Shots: AS 10, LHU 11. Corners: AS 6, LHU 6. Saves: AS 7 (Rachel Gaines), LHU 5 (Joaquina Orlandini).
Record: Lock Haven (2-4). Next: Davidson at Lock Haven, Sunday, noon.
Wellsboro 3, Coudersport 0
(25-20, 25-7, 25-17)
Kills-aces-blocks: C–Claudia Miller 5-0-1; Paige Watson 3-4-0; Addie Myers 1-0-0. Digs: Emma Saulter 25, Miller 17.
Kills-aces-blocks: W–Caitlyn Callahan 14-3-0; Bailey Monks 6-0-2; Emma Owlett 5-0-0; Breigh Kemp 0-2-1; Megan Sratkweather 0-0-1. Assists: Kemp 17. Digs: Ryann Adams 18, Callahan 10.
Record: Wellsboro (5-0). Next: Canton at Wellsboro, Tuesday.
Loyalsock 8, Shikellamy 0
L–Dabback (Brady Dowell), 2nd; L–Brady Dowell (Alex Heiser), 11th; L–Connor Albaugh (Matt Barone), 32nd; L–Connor Albaugh (Brennan Sullivan), 33rd; L–Connor Albaugh (Ben Wescott), 46th; L–Alex Heiser (Alex Reed), 51st; L–Matt Barone (UA), 58th; L–Daniels (Brennan Sullivan), 64th.
Shots: L 15, S 1. Corners: L 2, S 0.