SCRANTON, PA – Today during a special YouTube video presentation in the People’s Security Bank Theater, Lackawanna College revealed the addition of a scholarship-supported collegiate eSports program that will be integrated into their athletics department.
Scranton, PA – Lackawanna College invites its fans to join the college community on Saturday, May 5, 2018 to celebrate Mark Duda’s twenty-fifth year as the head football coach of Lackawanna’s Football program and his recent induction into the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Football Hall of Fame.
Scranton, PA –For the second consecutive day, the Lackawanna College Baseball team rallied late in the game to claim a victory in the second game of Sunday’s twin-bill. The Falcons scored eleven runs in the sixth to claim the 17-12 win over ASA College and a split of their non-conference doubleheader. The Avengers took the first game of the day by a score of 13-4.
Scranton, PA - The Lackawanna College Baseball team erased Mercer County Community College’s 12-2 lead in the second game of Saturday’s Region XIX Division II doubleheader, by scoring six runs in the fifth and five runs in the sixth to claim a 13-12 win and a sweep of the conference twin-bill. Earlier in the day, the Falcons won game one by a 9-5 score. With the duo wins, Lackawanna moved past Mercer into first place in the Region’s DII standings. The Falcons now have an 8-2 conference win/loss record and are two games ahead of Morris in the win column and three games ahead of Mercer.
Dunmore, PA – Saturday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Softball team swept Delaware Technical Community College in a key Region XIX Division II doubleheader. The Falcons beat Del Tech by a 4-1 score in the opener before claiming a 8-0 victory in the nightcap. With the two wins, the Lady Falcons moved into second place in the Region standings. Lackawanna has a chance to finish the season in first place if they can sweep its twin-bill against Mercer County Community College on Monday.
Jessup, PA – Wednesday afternoon, Paige Durkin slammed a three-run homer to lead the Lackawanna College Softball team to a doubleheader split with Orange County Community College. The Lady Falcons were outscored by Orange in a 10-4 loss before rebounding in the nightcap to claim a 11-8 victory.
Schnecksville, PA – Tuesday afternoon, the Lackawanna College softball team had their Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference doubleheader against Lehigh Carbon Community College come to an early end due to inclement weather. As a result of that weather, the first game came to an end after five-inning with the Falcons being shutout 5-0. Since it was considered a complete game, Lackawanna suffered a loss. The second game was canceled outright .
Scranton, PA, the venue of Wednesday's Lackawanna College softball doubleheader between the Falcons and Orange County Community College has changed. That twin-bill will now be played at the Jessup Youth Association Field located at 1 Moosic Lake Road, Jessup, Pennsylvania.
Moosic, PA – Sunday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team dropped both games of its non-conference doubleheader to Harford Community College. The Falcons were shutout in game one by a 15-0 score before being outscored 9-3 in the nightcap.
Georgetown, DE – Saturday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team swept its Region XIX Division II doubleheader against Delaware Technical Community College. With the double win, the Falcons clinched a berth in the 2018 Region XIX Division II Baseball Tournament. Their remaining games against Mercer County Community College (April 21) and Rowan College at Burlington County (April 28) will determine their seed in that tourney. In today’s sweep Lackawanna beat Del Tech 6-4 in extra innings in game one and by a 12-6 score in the nightcap.
Pemberton, NJ – Saturday afternoon the Lackawanna College Softball team split a Region XIX Division II twin bill with Rowan College at Burlington County. Playing at RCBC, the Falcons claimed a 6-1 victory in the opening game, only to lose the nightcap 3-2 on a Burlington bases loaded walk off sacrifice fly in the seventh.
New Tripoli, PA – Lackawanna College Golfer Dylan O’Dell took first place in the Lehigh Carbon Community College Invitational, an Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference golf event, played at the Olde Homstead Golf Course in New Tripoli, Pennsylvania. O’Dell claimed first place honors by shooting a tournament low 76
Coach Bruce Thompson announced that three of the team’s sophomores signed their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, April 11th on National Signing Day. These three young men will join the eight other Falcon baseball players who signed in November to play at NCAA Four-year schools.
Dunmore, PA – Thursday afternoon Kacey Orlowski helped lead the Lackawanna College Softball team to a doubleheader sweep over Raritan Valley Community College. Lackawanna outscored the Lions by scores of 11-3 and 20-1 as Orlowski had a seven for eight day with six runs scored and five runs driven in. Orlowski also earned a mound win in the second game.
Scranton, PA – Wednesday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team finally got a chance to play a home game on their Jadwin Street ballpark in Scranton. Unfortunately for the Falcons, they were outscored by SUNY – Sullivan 11-9.
Scranton, PA – Tuesday afternoon the National Junior College Athletic Association announced their Men’s Basketball Division II All-American Teams. Named to the Third Team was Lackawanna College’s starting forward, Stevan Rodriguez. With the announcement, Rodriguez became the first Lackawanna men’s basketball player to be so honored since 2010.
Dunmore, PA – Tuesday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Softball team swept Bucks County Community College in its first Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference home doubleheader of the 2018 season. The Falcons won 18-3 in the opening game and then shutout Bucks 17-0 in the Nightcap.
Monday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Softball team finally got the opportunity to open its Region XIX Division schedule with a doubleheader against County College of Morris. Lackawanna split that twin bill, beating Morris 6-5 on a walk-off, before falling by a 8-6 score in the nightcap.
Schnecksville, PA – Sunday afternoon the Lackawanna College Baseball team improved their win/loss record to 15-10 with a win over Lehigh-Carbon Community College. Lackawanna outscored the Cougars 8-6 in this nine-inning contest.
Chester, NY – Friday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team split its Region XIX Division II doubleheader with Sussex County Community College. The Falcons claimed the opener winning by a 11-1 score before falling to the Skylanders 9-7 in the nightcap.
Lincroft, NJ – For the first time in over a week, the Lackawanna College Softball team was able to take the field in a non-conference doubleheader against Brookdale Community College. In the first game the Lady Falcons beat Brookdale 9-5, before dropping a heartbreaker in the nightcap by a 4-3 score.
Flemington, NJ. – Thursday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team once again had to leave their home in Northeast Pennsylvania to find an all turf field on which they could play a home game. Today it was Diamond Nation in Flemington, New Jersey. The trip proved successful as Lackawanna swept Valley Forge Military College by scores of 16-5 and 14-4.
Media, PA – The Lackawanna College Golf team finally got a chance to play a regular season match during its 2018 spring season. The opportunity was especially successful for Dylan O’Dell, who finished tied for second in the Delaware County CC Invitational, played at Paxton Hollow County Club in Media, Pennsylvania. O’Dell carded a 79.
Endwell, NY – Saturday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team started its Region XIX Division II play by splitting its twin-bill with County College of Morris. The Falcons lost the first game 5-4 and bounced back in the nightcap to win 13-7.
New Rochelle, NY – The Lackawanna College Softball team spent its Friday afternoon playing Monroe College in a non-conference doubleheader. The Lackawanna split the twin bill, losing the opener 7-6 before bouncing back in the nightcap to win by a 6-2 score in extra innings
Middletown, NY: Thursday, the Lackawanna College Baseball road warriors traveled to Middletown, New York to take on the Colts of Orange County Community College, in a single nine-inning game. For the sixth time in the seven games they played on the opposing or neutral fields, the Falcons claimed a victory. This time by a 9-6 score over OCCC. The irony of those seven road contests is that four were needed to play home games, as the Falcons traveled to Baseball Heaven in Yaphank, New York and Berwick High School, Berwick, Pennsylvania in order use their turf fields when the weather prohibited them from using their grass field.
Scranton, PA – The site of the Region XIX Division II doubleheader between Lackawanna College and County College of Morris has been changed. Originally scheduled for Lackawanna’s home field in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the twin bill will now be played at Maine-Endwell High School in Endwell, New York.
Blue Bell, PA – Thursday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Softball team swept Montgomery County Community College in a non-conference doubleheader. The Falcons outscored the Mustangs in each game by scores of 15-4 and 16-2.
Middletown, NY – In order to get its softball team back on the field, Lackawanna College traded home and away dates with Orange County Community College. As such, games that were originally scheduled to be Lackawanna’s home opener turned into another road twin-bill. It worked out well for the Lady Falcons as the swept both games 9-3 and 2-1.