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Wrestling downs rival West Virginia, 19-15 in thriller PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 06 January 2013 20:45

Staff Reports

Courtesy GoLHU.com

Maldarelli seals it with major at 149

LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – The Lock Haven University wrestling team won six of 10 bouts and Mac Maldarelli's (Merrick, N.Y./Nassau C.C.) major decision at 149 pounds sealed the deal today as the Bald Eagles edged their former Eastern Wrestling League (EWL) rival West Virginia, 19-15 in a thriller.
Lock Haven (2-2) and West Virginia (1-3) entered the final bout of the day (149) tied at 15-15 after today's match started at 157 pounds.
The win marked the first for Lock Haven over West Virginia since 2005 and snapped a seven-match losing streak to the Mountaineers.
Aaron McKinney (Imperial, Pa./West Allegheny), Fred Garcia (Donora, Pa./Ringgold), Phil Sprenkle (Seven Valleys, Pa./Dallastown), Harry Turner (Howell, N.J./Howell), Matt Bryer (Cochranton, Pa./Cochranton) joined Maldarelli as Haven winners on the day.
Aaron Fry (Muncy, Pa./Muncy) opened the day with a hard-fought 3-2 loss to WVU's Jason Luster at 157. The bout was tied 2-2 after two periods and Fry nearly rode out the third period, but Luster scored on a late takedown to earn the victory.
McKinney (165) quickly put Lock Haven on the board with a 3-2 win of his own at 165. McKinney and Ross Renzi were tied at 2-2 after two periods, but McKinney dominated on top and rode out the third period for the thrilling, hard-fought win.
WVU's Bubba Scheffel pinned (5:09) Tyler Wood (West Chester, Pa./West Chester-Rustin) to put the Mountaineers up 9-3 after three bouts.
At 184, Garcia got Lock Haven right back in it with a workmanlike, 3-1 upset win over No. 23 Lance Bryson. Garcia scored on a quick takedown and went to work on top, racking up 2:03 of riding time in the first period. Garcia chose down to start the second and Bryson was tough, erasing much of the riding time advantage, but Garcia did score on the takedown for the 3-1 advantage. The third saw some good action with Garcia pushing the pace throughout, but neither man could score.
Sprenkle (197) used a riding time point to edge A.J. Vizcarrondo, 5-4 in another exciting bout. After a scoreless first period, Sprenkle led 3-0 after two. Sprenkle's 1:05 riding time advantage was the key as the bout finished with a frenzy.
Turner's win at 285 marked the third straight Haven win and put Lock Haven in the lead for the first time in the match, 12-9. Turner wrestled outstanding from start-to-finish and shutout Phil Mandzik, 4-0. The two stayed scoreless after one period, but a second-period escape-takedown put Turner up 3-0 after two as he controlled the flow to the end.
At 125, No. 29 Shane Young tied the match again with a thrilling win over Bobby Rehm (Lancaster, Pa./Penn Manor), 13-8. The bout was tied 5-5 after two periods and had the crowd on its feet in the third period as Young was able to hang on for the win.
Bryer was nearly perfect on the way to this 7-2 win over Sean Fee at 133. Bryer led 6-2 after two and already had 2:47 of riding time. Bryer's dominance continued in the third where he rode out the period on the way to the 7-2 win and a 4:47 riding time advantage.
In the match's marquee bout, No. 18 Nathan Pennesi beat No. 24 Dan Neff (Quarryville, Pa./Solanco), 4-0 at 141.
Pennesi's win tied the match at 15-15, setting things up for Maldarelli's fireworks.
Maldarelli scored a late, first-period takedown to lead 2-0 after one. Starting the second period down, Maldarelli scored on a quick escape and a takedown as he jumped out to a commanding 5-0 lead after just two periods.
In the third period, Maldarelli tilted Timothy Wheeling for a pair of points and collected a 2:52 riding time advantage on the way to the major that sealed the huge victory for The Haven.
Lock Haven will return to action on Sunday, January 13 at the University of Pittsburgh. Lock Haven will take on Davidson and Eastern Michigan.
Individual Bout-by-Bout Results –
*match started at 157-pounds
157: Jason Luster (WVU) dec. Aaron Fry (LHU) 3-2
165: Aaron McKinney (LHU) dec. Ross Renzi (WVU) 3-2
174: Bubba Scheffel (WVU) pinned Tyler Wood (LHU) 5:09
184: Fred Garcia (LHU) dec. #23 Lance Bryson (WVU) 3-1
197: Phil Sprenkle (LHU) dec. A.J. Vizcarrondo (WVU) 5-4
285: Harry Turner (LHU) dec. Phil Mandzik (WVU) 4-0
125: #29 Shane Young (WVU) dec. Bobby Rehm (LHU) 13-8
133: Matt Bryer (LHU) dec. Sean Fee (WVU) 7-2
141: #18 Nathan Pennesi (WVU) dec. #24 Dan Neff (LHU) 4-0
149: Mac Maldarelli (LHU) major dec. Timothy Wheeling (WVU) 8-0
*rankings - Gregg Henry's/WrestlingReport
FINAL: Lock Haven 19 – West Virginia 15
Lock Haven: 2-2
West Virginia 1-3
Team Score by Bout:
157: WVU 3-0, 165: TIE 3-3, 174: WVU 9-3, 184: WVU 9-6, 197: TIE 9-9, 285: LHU 12-9, 125: TIE 12-12, 133: LHU 15-12, 141: TIE 15-15, 149: LHU 19-15 FINAL
*match started at 157-pounds
Match Notes:
- Lock Haven is now 15-20 all-time vs. West Virginia. The win was the first for Lock Haven over WVU since 2005 and snapped a seven-match losing streak.
- West Virginia held a 13-8 advantage in takedowns.
- 2012-13 marks the first year where WVU is competing in the Big 12 Conference. Prior to that LHU and WVU were EWL rivals.
- Aaron McKinney leads LHU with 21 wins on the year (20-16). Matt Bryer now has 18 wins for Lock Haven, while Dan Neff and Jake Kemerer (#20 at 157) all have 17 wins for Lock Haven.
- LHU is coming of a third-place showing at the Brute Invitational. A trio of wrestlers took second for Lock Haven (Rehm, Neff & Maldarelli).
- Dan Neff is ranked No. 24 at 141. The redshirt-freshman is 17-5 on the year.
- Lock Haven finished 4th at the 2012 PSAC Championships. All 10 Bald Eagles placed and LHU crowned a pair of individual champs.
- Brute marked the fifth tournament of the year for the Bald Eagles.
- No. 20 Jake Kemerer (157) was second at the PSAC Championships and third at the Nittany Lion Open.
- Lock Haven had nine-place winners at the Mat Town Open including Cody Wheeler (133) & Harry Turner (285), who were second overall in the talented early-season field.
- The second-place finish at Mat Town marked the second time this season Harry Turner took second at a tournament. Turner, a redshirt-senior was also second at the Binghamton Open. Turner was fifth at Brute.
- Lock Haven is 1-2 in dual action this year. The Bald Eagles are ranked 49th in the Takedown Wrestling Media Dual Impact Index.

LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – The Lock Haven University wrestling team won six of 10 bouts and Mac Maldarelli's (Merrick, N.Y./Nassau C.C.) major decision at 149 pounds sealed the deal today as the Bald Eagles edged their former Eastern Wrestling League (EWL) rival West Virginia, 19-15 in a thriller.

Lock Haven (2-2) and West Virginia (1-3) entered the final bout of the day (149) tied at 15-15 after today's match started at 157 pounds.

The win marked the first for Lock Haven over West Virginia since 2005 and snapped a seven-match losing streak to the Mountaineers.

Aaron McKinney (Imperial, Pa./West Allegheny), Fred Garcia (Donora, Pa./Ringgold), Phil Sprenkle (Seven Valleys, Pa./Dallastown), Harry Turner (Howell, N.J./Howell), Matt Bryer (Cochranton, Pa./Cochranton) joined Maldarelli as Haven winners on the day.

Aaron Fry (Muncy, Pa./Muncy) opened the day with a hard-fought 3-2 loss to WVU's Jason Luster at 157. The bout was tied 2-2 after two periods and Fry nearly rode out the third period, but Luster scored on a late takedown to earn the victory.

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Kemerer Finishes Third At Penn State Open PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 03 December 2012 14:34

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Jake Kemerer (Greensburg, Pa./Hempfield) took third overall in an extremely deep and talented 157-pound weight class to lead the Lock Haven University wrestling team at the Nittany Lion Open, hosted by No. 1 Penn State.

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LHU Men Work Overtime for Big Win Over Ship PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 03 December 2012 09:41
By BILL ALBRIGHT
CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer
LOCK HAVEN – Two days, two overtime games and a good win on the heels of a frustrating loss to cap the weekend. That was the picture painted by the Lock Haven University men’s basketball team as the Bald Eagles defeated Shippensburg in a thriller Sunday afternoon at Thomas Field House.
Maybe it was having to play two games in 24 hours or maybe it was just a hoop hangover from the tough overtime loss the day before.
Whatever the reason was, the Bald Eagles reached down deep enough to battle back for a tie in regulation to force the extra period before outscoring Shippensburg 21-14 in the extra period for the 94-87 win.
“I think part of our slow start might be that most of the guys aren’t used to playing back-to-back games in two days,” said LHU head coach Mike Nestor. “Part of the reason might be that my rotations (of players) isn’t right where it needs to be yet. I have some guys playing way too many minutes overall. But believe me I was a little worried about the sluggish start to the game.”
In the OT loss to Millersville, Wali Hepburn led all scorers with 30 points. So what did he do for an encore? He promptly went out 24 hours later and scored 40 in the win over the Red Raiders.
“I just try to make plays and if the shot is there, I take it,” said Hepburn. “Most of the time I’ll do what the defense gives me. If they step up on me I make the extra pass and if not, I just split their attack.”
Like Nestor, Hepburn felt that someone had to step up to increase the tempo of the Bald Eagle attack.
“At first we were like, dead,” said Hepburn. “The coach just kept telling us that we had to pick it up. After a while, we started seeing that the game was still close so we just had to reach down and give everything we had inside of us. When we picked up the tempo it made it easy for us to feed off each other.”
The Bald Eagles scored the first two buckets of the game for a quick 4-0 lead, and after the Raiders tied the score at 4-all, LHU went back on top on a jumper by Hepburn.
Although they stayed within striking range, that was the last Bald Eagle lead of the opening period as the Raiders stretched their advantage to a dozen before settling for a 35-29 lead at the break.
“They started sluggish and I was a little worried about that,” Nestor said. “We stayed close, but to be honest about it, we just couldn’t get over the big hump. It was five, it was three, it was one, then four and as many as eight. We cut a break when they didn’t get off a good (final) shot in regulation and then in overtime, I thought we just did a real good job of executing.”
A quick look at the halftime stat sheet might indicate that the Bald Eagles were fortunate to only be down six at halftime. During the first twenty minutes, they allowed the Raiders to have a number of second and third chances while only shooting 31 percent from the field themselves.
“It is something that I told our guys and it is something that we have to really work on and that is second chance opportunities,” Nestor said. “We gave up far too many offensive rebounds (23) today. But then we are giving up dead ball plays and we are also having trouble at times scrapping for a loose ball and we have to do some work on that. We have to be a scrappy team because we aren’t as big as other teams. We just have to do a better job of scrapping.”
As for the poor shooting, Nestor felt it was a matter of his players not finishing plays.
“We weren’t making plays,” he said. “I thought we did a bad job of finishing and although we struggled early in the game, we were able to pick that up as the game went on. We began finishing plays a lot better in the second half and as a result, we shot much better.”
Still down by five with time running out in regulation, the Eagles were able to tie the score at 73-all on a conventional three-point play by Hepburn and a field goal by Terrell Johnson with 25 seconds left.
Ship had one final chance to pull the game out in regulation, but it didn’t happen.
Although Nestor still doesn’t know where it came from, he was glad that the intensity of his team and the energy of the players was much better down the stretch.
”I don’t know where it came from, but we were able to pick it up,” he said. “I said at one point we had thirty-six-and-a-half minutes of staying close and I told them that all they had to do was go out and win the final three-and-a-half minutes to give themselves a chance to win. I thought we did a good job of doing that and that extra energy carried us over to and through the overtime.”
In the overtime, the Bald Eagles began the period by ripping off eight unanswered points on a field goal by Armandi Marshall, a trey by Johnson and a conventional three-point play by Elijah Cooper.
From that point on, it was the free throw shooting that led LHU to wrapping up the win as they made 11-of-16 to hold the Raiders at bay and preserve the win.
In addition to Hepburn’s 40 points, the Bald Eagles also had three other players count double-digit totals. “Ace” Marshall was next in line with 15 points after a slow start, Marshall followed by Terrell Johnson with an even dozen and Kasheef Festus with 11.
In Saturday’s tough overtime loss to Millersville, the Bald Eagles couldn’t apply the knockout punch down the stretch.
LHU led by as many as 18 in the first half, but the Marauders trimmed their deficit down to a half dozen before trailing by 10 at the break. During the first half, the LHU offense was on fire as the Bald Eagles shot 52 percent during the opening 20 minutes of the game.
In the second half, the Bald Eagles built their lead back to 14 points on a jumper by Dave Garcia two minutes into the period, but that is when The Ville began its comeback, tying the game at 50-all midway through the second half.
During the final 10 minutes of regulation, neither team led by more than three points until the 73-all deadlock sent the game to overtime. In the extra period, Millersville outscored LHU 14-6 for the 87-79 win.
Hepburn led the Bald Eagle offense as he sliced and diced the Millersville defense for 30 points while also working hard off the glass to pull down 13 rebounds for his double-double.
Two areas that didn’t set well with Nestor was in bench points where the Bald Eagles were outscored 29-19 and in points in the paint where the Marauders held a huge 46-28 edge.
“Their big man was just a monster yesterday,” said Nestor of Millersville’s pivot man Elijah Obade who finished with 19 points and 21 rebounds. “It wasn’t just him, but obviously their point guard came off and did some work on us. Those two guys did a really good job. When you have 10 offensive rebounds from one guy, that is something. Our big guy is a big, strong guy, but he (Obade) is a bull. Against someone who is 6-9 and weighs 260 it is tough for anybody to not only move him over, but to make some plays over top of him as well.”

By BILL ALBRIGHT

CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer

LOCK HAVEN – Two days, two overtime games and a good win on the heels of a frustrating loss to cap the weekend.

That was the picture painted by the Lock Haven University men’s basketball team as the Bald Eagles defeated Shippensburg in a thriller Sunday afternoon at Thomas Field House.

Maybe it was having to play two games in 24 hours or maybe it was just a hoop hangover from the tough overtime loss the day before.

Whatever the reason was, the Bald Eagles reached down deep enough to battle back for a tie in regulation to force the extra period before outscoring Shippensburg 21-14 in the extra period for the 94-87 win.

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Lady Eagles Drop A Pair of PSAC Games PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 03 December 2012 09:30
By BILL ALBRIGHT
CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer
LOCK HAVEN – Any loss is tough to take, but Sunday’s setback to Shippensburg might have been just a little tougher than normal for the Lock Haven University Lady Eagles to swallow.
Trailing for much of the game, LHU battled back to take the lead with five minutes left in the game before dropping an 87-82 verdict to the Lady Raiders.
“That was a tough loss for us,” said LHU head coach Jennifer Smith following the game. “We needed to come out of this weekend 1-1 as far as our hunt for the playoffs is concerned, but we didn’t.”
The two teams were about as close to each other as possible during the first five minutes with three lead changes and three ties, the last one at 11-all.
However, during the next eight minutes, Ship scored 11 unanswered points on the front end of a 25-10 run to open up a 36-21 advantage.
“We need to go up early in the game to build a lead and not always find ourselves scratching away from behind at the end,“ said Smith. “I don’t know what our feel was today, but we weren’t ready to go mentally. It took us a little while to click in and you aren’t going to get conference wins if you aren’t ready to go from the (opening) tip.”
The Lady Eagles kept battling on both ends of the floor to cut their deficit to ten points (31-43) before Morgan Taylor picked up a loose ball that led to a bucket with two seconds left for a 47-35 Ship lead at halftime.
“We need to play for the entire forty minutes,” said Smith about giving up the cheapie. “Everyone wants to say, hey, you fought back, you fought back, but that should be an expected. If you are going to play college basketball, you shouldn’t quit and you know we don’t quit. But not quitting isn’t the complete answer. We have to be better at taking care of the basketball for the entire forty minutes.”
Trailing by the dozen at the break, LHU came out of the locker room with a lot of energy as they opened the second period with a 21-11 run to cut their deficit to just a pair at Ship 58, LHU 56.
Ship scored six in a row to gain a little separation, but here come the Lady Eagles with three treys to take their first lead (67-66) since they were up 9-8 less than three minutes into the game.
“We kept fighting, but we just couldn’t break away,” Smith said. “That is why
it is so important for us to get a lead rather than having to fight back all the time.”
Ship put the next seven points on the board to go back on top at 73-67, and although LHU cut their deficit to a pair twice, the Lady Raiders had just enough left in their tank to hold on for an 87-82 win.
If there was one statistic that might have been a factor in the outcome it was at the charity stripe. Ship made 32 of 29 attempts, while LHU went to the line 21 times, making 17.
“We had foul problems from the beginning of the game and that is going to hurt us,” Smith said. “But the thing is that some games are going to go that way and we can’t make the calls of the game an excuse. We have to control our own destiny.”
In the individual category, the Lady Eagles had three players notch double figures in the scorebook, led by Marrysa Moyer with 22 points. Moyer narrowly missed her double-double with nine boards.
Joining Moyer in doubles were Emily Daugherty with 19 points and Kelsey Ryan with 17.
In Saturday’s lopsided loss to Millersville (72-49) , the Lady Eagles hung around early until the Lady Marauders gradually built up a 33-point lead before winning by 23 points. LHU led 4-0 out of the opening tip, but from there, The Ville gradually pulled away to the win.
Kelsey Ryan, who has scored in double digits in four of the five games this year, was the only Lady Eagle to notch doubles in the loss with 10 points. Two other LHU players narrowly missed hitting for doubles as Hannah Gildea and J. J. Hilliard scored eight points apiece.
While Ryan was the only double-digit scorer for The Haven, Mashira Newman (17), Carly Gallagher (18) and Senada Medmedovic (11) combined for 46 points to nearly outscore the entire LHU team.
Two statistical areas that stood out in the LHU loss were turnovers where the Lady Eagles turned the ball over 29 times, Millersville taking advantage of the miscues to outscore LHU 24-4 off of the turnovers. Another area that hindered LHU’s chances to stay in the game was in field goal shooting where they only

BILL ALBRIGHT

CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer

LOCK HAVEN – Any loss is tough to take, but Sunday’s setback to Shippensburg might have been just a little tougher than normal for the Lock Haven University Lady Eagles to swallow.

Trailing for much of the game, LHU battled back to take the lead with five minutes left in the game before dropping an 87-82 verdict to the Lady Raiders.

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Lady Eagles Soar Past Falcons PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 29 November 2012 07:33

BILL ALBRIGHT

CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer

LOCK HAVEN – The opponent was different, the venue was the same and for the Lock Haven University women’s basketball team, the outcome was much to their liking for the second game in a row.

On the heels of an 82-44 win over Mansfield in the home opener, the Lady Eagles had things pretty much their own way again as they sprinted away from Notre Dame of Ohio 93-57 Wednesday night at Thomas Field House.

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Nittany Lions End Season With A Big Win PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 November 2012 10:29

BILL ALBRIGHT

Central PASportscenter.com Senior Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK -- When the Penn State football team welcomed the Wisconsin Badgers to Happy Valley Saturday afternoon, the Lions left no stones unturned. They left everything they had on the field.

After battling each other for sixty minutes, neither team could decide the issue as the two teams headed for overtime, deadlocked at 21-all.

Not to let things get away from them, the Lions took care of business in the first overtime as they came away with a hard-fought 24-21 win over the Badgers on Senior Day.

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Skipping the Beaver Stadium Sidelines PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 November 2012 14:17

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CentralPASportscenter.com

There were a lot of individual and team accomplishments in Saturday's 24-21 overtime wiun over Widconsin. Here is a capsule look at those outstanding efforts turned in by the Nittany Lions:

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PSU Men Knock Bucknell from Unbeaten Ranks PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 24 November 2012 07:50

BILL ALBRIGHT

CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK – It was an interesting game, but certainly not a classic when Bucknell and Penn State squared off against each other Friday night at the Bryce Jordan Center. As a matter of fact at times, the game was quite ugly.

Never holding a lead until 10:50 remained in the second half, the Nittany Lions did what they had to do to gut out a 60-57 win over the Bison.

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Bald Eagles Declaw Mountain Lions PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 23:03

BILL ALBRIGHT

CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer

LOCK HAVEN – After splitting a pair of games on the road to open the 2012-13 season, the Lock Haven University men’s basketball team returned to Thomas Field House Tuesday night for the home opener against Penn State/Wilkes-Barre.

Taking the confines of the House of Noise to their liking, the Bald Eagles bounced all over the Mountain Lions for a 95-53 win to move their early season mark to 2-1.

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Lady Eagles Sprint by Mansfield In Home Opener PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 18 November 2012 08:46
ByBILLALBRIGHT
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LOCKHAVEN–ForthefirsttwentyminutesofSaturday’smeetingbetweenLockHavenandMansfield,itwasanybody’sballgameforthetakingasLHUheldaslim2-pointleadatthebreak.
However,takingalookatthesecond20minutes,itiseasytoseethattheperiodandgamebelongedtotheLadyEaglesastheysprintedtoan82-44winSaturdayafternoonatThomasFieldHouse.
ForLHU,thewinwasespeciallyimportantontheheelsofafrustratinglosstobeginthecampaign.
“Ittookusaboutagame-and-a-halftogetstartedthisyear,butoncewegotthingsgoingitfeltprettygood,”saidLHUheadcoachJenniferSmith.“Ithoughttheywerefuntowatch,wehadagreatcrowdtodayandeverythingjuststartedtogoourwayinthesecondhalf.”
AsforMansfield,interimheadcoachAlisonTagliaferrifeltthatintheenditwasjustamatteroftoomanyturnoversandlackofexecutiononthepartofherteamthatledtothedefeat.
“WedefinitelyplayedMansfieldbasketballinthefirsthalf,”saidTagliaferri.“Westillweren’texecutinginthefirsthalfandwehadwaytoomanyturnovers(16inthefirsthalfand34forthegame).Wewerestilltryingtogetstopsandwewerestillinthegame.Intheend,wejustkilledourselvesontheoffensiverebounds.Wecan’tgiveup20offensivereboundsandexpecttowinthegame.”
Bothteamsscoredinbunchesoutofthegate,LockHavenboltingouttoa6-0leadbeforeMansfieldansweredwithahalfdozenofitsownfora6-alltie,thefirstofsixdeadlocksintheopeninghalf.
Fromthatpointon,theleadchangedhandseighttimesuntilSyvaeMcDanielgavetheLadyEaglesa30-28leadatthebreakonaputbackatthebuzzer.
“Ithoughtthey(Mansfield)playedveryhardtoday,”saidSmith.“Wewentprettydeepintoourbenchandwehad11girlswhohaddoubledigitsinminutesplayedandyoudon’tseethatmuchinDivisionIIanywhereandIthinkkeepingfreshlegsontheflooriswhatreallyhelpedus.”
WhileSmithwasabletosubstituteasfreelyaspeoplemovethrougharevolvingdoorinadepartmentstoreatChristmastime,Tagliaferrididn’thavethatluxury.
“Wearebattlinganumberofinjuriesrightnowsoweonlyhavethreeorfourhealthysubs,”Tagliaferrisaid.“Someoftheothergirlsarenotgame-timereadyrightnowsowehavetogetthemalittlemoreexperience.Wehavealotofyoungfreshmenwhoaretalented,buttheyaren’tthereyet.Thebiggestthingwecandowiththis(loss)islearnfromitandworkharderinpractice.Rightnowitisthelittlethingsthatarehurtingus.”
Duringtheopening20minutes,theLadyEaglesestablishedan11-7edgeinfieldgoals,buttheLadyMountaineerswereabletostaycloseonthestrengthofa13-of-14effortfromthecharitystripe.
“Wedidagoodjobatthefreethrowlineinthefirsthalf,buttheprobleminthesecondhalfwasthatweweren’tgettingtotheline,”Tagliaferrisaid.“Ithinkthepoorshootinginthesecondhalfkindoftookthewindoutofoursails.Weneedtolearnthatourdefensehastosparkouroffenseandnotviceversa.”
EmilyDaughertygavetheLadyEaglesa4-pointleadwithabucket20secondsintothesecondhalf,butMansfieldralliedbackonafreethrowbyKatieFitzpatrickandabucketbyJuliaStevensontocuttheLHUleadbacktoasinglepoint.
ThetwoteamstradedbucketsontheirnexttwopossessionstokeeptheLHUleadatasinglepoint,butthatiswhenthegamechangerappearedthatblewthegamewideopen.
Feelingthepressure,thatiswhentheLadyEaglespickedupthedefenseandputtheirtransitiongameintohighgeartomanufacturea17-0runfora51-33leadandtheyneverlookedback.LeadingtheLHUsurgewasJ.J.Hilliardwithnineofthe17pointsinthestretch.
“Weputfourfreshmenandasenioronthefloor,”saidSmith.“Wewentintoourfullcourtman(defense)andthatiswhatturneditaroundforus.Whenyouhavefourfreshmenonthecourtandthathappens,youhavetobehappywiththat.”
LeadingtheLadyEaglestothewinwasMaryssaMoyerwith16pointsandeightboards.ForMoyer,thegamemighthavehadaspecialmeaningtoherduetothefactthatsheplayedforMansfieldlastseasonbeforetransferringtoLHU.
“ItdefinitelyfeltweirdcominginplayingagainstateamthatIplayedwithlastyear,butatthesametime,theLockHavengirlsaremynewfamily,”saidMoyer.“Playingwithmynewteammatesisanamazingfeeling,butoncethegamestarted,itdidn’tseemanydifferenttome.”
JoiningMoyerindoublesfortheLadyEagleswereEmilyDaughertywithabaker’sdozen,J.J.HilliardwithadozenandSyvaeMcDanielwith11.
WithHilliard’sdozen,Syvae’s11andeightmorefromRachaelMcDaniel,theLadyEaglestallied31pointsoffthebenchthatledtotheirsecondhalfexplosion.
“Wehadtwoplayersoffthebenchwithdoublefigures,”saidSmith.“IthoughtSyvaeplayedreallywelltoday.Shewas4-for-5fromthefieldandourfreshmenthisyeararegoingtohavetodoalotforusbecausewearesoyoungandtodaytheydid.J.J.isagreatplayerandIkepttellinghertostaywithitbecauseitisgoingtocometoherbecausesheshowedsignsofquestioningherability.Todayshemadeithappen.”
SmithrealizesthatthevictoryoverMansfieldisonlyonewin,butshewasalsoquicktopointoutthatwiththeyouthonthesquad,pickingupasmanywinsasherteamcanbeforethePSACwarsbeginisimportant.
“Weareveryyoungsowehavetocontinuetoworkhardtogetbetter,”shesaid.“Wehavetoworkonandlearnsomethingsearlybecauseitisn’tgoingtobeaneasyroad,especiallywhenwegetintoPSAC-Westplay.Theimportantthingforusrightnowistotryandgettheseyoungkidsasmanyminutesearlyintheseasonaswecan.Hopefullythatwillbuildtheirconfidenceandfromthere,we’llseewhatwecandothisyear.”
ForMansfield,JerseyShoregradJuliaStevensonledthewaywith14

BILL ALBRIGHT

CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer

LOCK HAVEN – For the first twenty minutes of Saturday’s meeting between Lock Haven and Mansfield, it was anybody’s ball game for the taking as LHU held a slim 2-point lead at the break.

However, taking a look at the second 20 minutes, it is easy to see that the period and game belonged to the Lady Eagles as they sprinted to an 82-44 win Saturday afternoon at Thomas Field House.

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Alex Monroe Hits XC All-American Trifecta PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 18 November 2012 07:28

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JOPLIN, Mo. – Alex Monroe (Lewistown, Pa./Indian Valley) finished fifth overall to lead the Lock Haven University men’s cross country team at the 2012 NCAA Division II National Championships.

Monroe also became the first Bald Eagle to become a three-time All-American in cross country.

 

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Bald Eagle Wrestlers Split Pair of Duals PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 17 November 2012 20:47
By BILL ALBRIGHT
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LOCK HAVEN – The Lock Haven University wrestling squad went one up and one down Friday night as the Bald Eagles opened their 2012-13 season at Thomas Field House.
The Bald Eagles had an easy time of it in the opener by winning nine of 10 weights for a lopsided 40-4 win over Shippensburg before they came out on the short end of a 19-14 final to Rider University in the nightcap.
“This is a fun team to coach, but I am disappointed for them that they lost this dual (to Rider) because I felt they outwrestled them,” said LHU head coach Robbie Waller. “We have to find a way to win those close ones. Those are some of the matches involving underclassmen and we’ll get better in those.”
Of the nine wins in the victory over Ship, the Bald Eagles picked up bonus points in six of the nine weights.
Zach Heffner and Joe Rimel picked up falls for LHU, Jake Kemerer was all over John Lindquist for an 18-3 technical fall in 5:08, Dan Neff and Mac Maldarelli posted major decisions and Phil Sprenkle was awarded a forfeit.
“We are gradually separating ourselves from some of the other teams a little bit,” said Waller about the margin of victory over the Red Raiders. “The reason we do this is to give us a gauge as to where we are and to give our kids some confidence.”
In the loss to Rider, the Bald Eagles held an 11-6 lead midway through the meet, but the Broncs put together four wins in a row to score 13 unanswered points for a 19-11 lead with just one bout left.
Of the six losses the Bald Eagles incurred in the loss, four were by a total of nine points.
“We simply have to find a way to win the close ones,” said Waller. “If we do that tonight, that is a different dual meet. If we could have turned one of those one-point losses around, it is a different outcome. If you look at it on paper, those matches really shouldn’t have been that close, but they were because our kids fight hard. If they keep fighting hard, we’ll turn some of those losses into Ws.”
Leading the Bald Eagles to their lopsided win over the Red Raiders and the narrow loss to Rider with a pair of wins each was the foursome of Bobby Rehm, Dan Neff, Jake Kemerer and Harry Turner.
Rehm outlasted a stubborn Chris Kochinsky of Ship for a 6-4 win in his first bout before mauling Rider’s Patrick Skinner for a 13-1 major.
Neff looked strong in his initial official appearance on the mat for the Crimson & White as the red shirt freshman opened with a 10-1 major over Tyler Erdman (Line Mountain) and later turned it on in the final two periods for a 7-2 win over Vinnie Fava of Rider.
Kemerer was totally dominant in picking up an 18-3 technical fall in 5:08 over Ship’s John Lundquist before majoring Zac Cibula of Rider 14-6.
Turner picked up his two wins when he tossed a 6-0 shutout at Ship’s Dan Fultz (Juniata) before bringing down the curtain on the tri-meet with a 5-3 win over Rider’s Greg Velasco.
“If you watched the performances of our guys who won tonight, they went out to dominate. They didn’t just go out to win,” Waller said. “That is an attitude that is becoming infectious throughout our team and it will continue to grow.”
In addition to winning both of his matches, Kemerer turned around an early season loss into an impressive win when he dominated Rider’s Zac Cibula for a 14-6 major decision in his second bout of the evening. Kemerer showed his superiority on his feet as he slicked Cibula five six times en route to the win.
“That kid pinned him five days ago and tonight he turns around and majors him,” said Waller. “Jake Kemerer is getting better and better and Jake Kemerer is going to be back.”
After one open tournament and the pair of dual meets, Waller likes where his wrestlers are at this point of the season.
“We are nowhere close to where we need to be, but I feel like we are improving every week,” said Waller. “The more we wrestle, I am seeing better and better things from our guys.”
The next action for the Bald Eagles will be Saturday, November 24, when they host the Mat Town Open Tournament at the Field House. Wrestling in that event begins at 9 a.m.
Rider 38, Shippensburg 3
125 – Chris Kochinsky, S, dec. Patrick Skinner, 13-6 (0-3)
133 – Jimmy Morris R, dec. Cameron Throckmorton, 4-3 (3-3)
141 – Vinny Fava, R, dec. Tyler Erdman, 5-3. (6-3)
149 – Curt Delia, R, dec. Mark Lentz, 10-3. (9-3)
157 – Zac Cebula, R, maj. Dec John Lundquist, 19-8. (13-3)
165 – Ramon Santiago, R, dec. Bobby Schivert, 7-2. (16-3)
174 – James Brundage, R, won by forfeit. (22-3)
184 – Clint Morrison, R, pinned Jimmy Knapp, 5:53. (28-3)
197 – Donald McNeil, R, won by forfeit. (34-3)
285 – Greg Velasco, R, maj. Dec. Dan Fultz, 11-2. (38-3)
Lock Haven 40, Shippensburg 4
125 – Bobby Rehm, LH, dec. Chris Kochinsky, 6-4. (3-0)
133 – Cameron Throckmorton, S, maj. Dec. Cody Wheeler, 10-2. (3-4)
141 – Dan Neff, LH, maj. Dec. Tyler Erdman, 10-1. (7-4)
149 – Mac Maldarelli, LH, maj. Dec. Marc Lentz, 9-0. (11-4)
157 – Jake Kemerer, LH, tech. fall John Lundquist, 18-3, 5:08. (16-4)
165 – Aaron McKinney, LH, dec. Neal Grudi, 4-0. (19-4)
174 – Zach Heffner, LH, pinned Bobby Scheivert, 2:46. (25-4)
184 – Joe Rimel, LH, pinned Jimmy Knapp, 4:47. (31-4)
197 – Phil Sprenkle, LH,  won by forfeit. (37-4)
285 – Harry Turner, LH, dec. Dan Fultz, 6-0. (40-4)
Rider 19, Lock Haven 14
125 – Bobby Rehm, LH, maj. Dec. Patrick Skinner, 13-1. (4-0)
133 – Jimmy Morris, R, dec. Matt Bryer, 5-2. (4-3)
141 – Dan Neff, LH, dec. Vinnie Fava, 7-2. (7-3)
149 – Curt Delia, R, dec. Mac Maldarelli, 15-13. (7-6)
157 – Jake Kemerer, LH, maj. dec. Zac Cibula, 14-6. (11-6)
165 – Ramon Santiago, R, dec. Aaron McKinney, 5-0. ((11-9)
174 – James Brundage, R, dec. Zach Heffner, 3-2. (11-12)
184 – Clint Morrison, R, maj. Dec. Joe Rimel, 11-0. (11-16)
197 – Donald McNeil, R, dec. Phil Sprenkle, 11-8. (11-19)
285 – Harry Turner, LH, dec. Greg Velasco, 5-3. (14-

BILL ALBRIGHT

CentralPASportscenter.com Senior Writer

LOCK HAVEN – The Lock Haven University wrestling squad went one up and one down Friday night as the Bald Eagles opened their 2012-13 season at Thomas Field House.

The Bald Eagles had an easy time of it in the opener by winning nine of 10 weights for a lopsided 40-4 win over Shippensburg before they came out on the short end of a 19-14 final to Rider University in the nightcap.

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Lady Eagles Advance to PSAC Title Match PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 17 November 2012 06:36

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ERIE -- The Lock Haven University volleyball team (26-9) downed defending champion California (Pa.) (28-7) 3-2 in a thrilling five-set match Friday night to advance to the PSAC Championship.

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LHU Men Open Season With Big Win PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 17 November 2012 06:26

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SHIPPENSBURG -- The Lock Haven University men's basketball team (1-0) opened its 2012-13 season today with a 95-74 win over Salem International University (2-2) on the first day of play at the Wolf's Bus Lines Classic hosted by Shippensburg University.

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Nittany Lions Pound Lehigh in Season Opener PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 17 November 2012 05:59

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UNIVERSITY PARK  – The Penn State wrestling team, holding the No. 1 spot on Intermat’s TPI, hammered No. 24 Lehigh in the 2012-13 season opener for the team.

The Nittany Lions, won eight of ten bouts en route to the lopsided 29-6 win.

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Xuan Raises the Bar in PSAC Volleyball PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 November 2012 16:56

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LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Senior Gao Xuan (Dong Ying, China/Zibo No. 10 Middle School) of the Lock Haven University volleyball team was named the PSAC East Player of the Year for the fourth consecutive time as she led five Lady Eagles to All-Conference honors.

Xuan, Erin Walsh (Bethlehem, Pa./Bethlehem Catholic), Alexa Garrity (Boothwyn, Pa./Cardinal O’Hara) and Bailey Farthing (Dublin, Ohio/Dublin Coffman) all earned PSAC East First Team honors.

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LHU Spikers Advance to PSAC Semifinals PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 22:45

Staff Reports

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LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – The Lock Haven University volleyball team (25-9) swept Millersville University (14-18) 3-0 (25-22, 25-18 & 25-16) tonight in a PSAC Quarterfinal match at Thomas Fieldhouse.

Lock Haven was led by senior outside hitter Gao Xuan (Dong Ying, China/Zibo No. 10 Middle School), who put on one of the greatest performances in school history tonight, as she powered the Lady Eagles into the conference semifinals.

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