The Lyndon State College Athletics Department and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee recognized and celebrated the student-athletes of all 15 varsity teams, including 2016-17 additions men’s and women’s track and field and women’s lacrosse, Sunday night for their academic and athletic contributions to the Lyndon State College community.
The third seed Lyndon State College baseball team opened up the North Atlantic Conference playoffs with a tough 11-8 loss to second seed New England College Saturday afternoon at Spartan Field on the campus of Castleton University.
The Lyndon State College men’s lacrosse team’s season came to an end after a 17-5 defeat from Castleton University Wednesday night in the semifinals of the 2017 North Atlantic Conference Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Championship at Spartan Stadium.
The Lyndon State College hosted the University of Maine at Farmington on a wet and chilly Sunday afternoon, falling 9-0 in game one and 16-3 in game two, both in five innings in North Atlantic Conference action.
The Lyndon State College baseball team took a break from conference action Friday afternoon as they took on Daniel Webster College in a single nine inning game, coming away with a 10-2 win for their 19th victory of the season.
The Lyndon State College baseball team split with Castleton University in dramatic fashion Thursday afternoon at Spartan Field as they fell 8-1 in the opening game before coming back for a 5-4 win in the second game of the North Atlantic Conference doubleheader.
For their final game of the season, the Lyndon State College women’s lacrosse team traveled to Wheelock College for some non-conference action Thursday night. Despite a strong come-back in the second half, the Hornets fell short, 13-7.
The Lyndon State College baseball team split a North Atlantic Conference twin bill with the University of Maine at Farmington Wednesday afternoon at Skip Pound Field, falling in game one 5-2 but bouncing back for the 2-1 victory in game two.
The Lyndon State College baseball team were unable to capitalize on scoring opportunities Tuesday afternoon, dropping two games against North Atlantic Conference opponent Castleton University, 2-0 and 7-2, at Skip Pound Field.
Tuesday’s matchup was the determining factor of who would grasp a first-round bye in the North Atlantic Conference men’s lacrosse playoffs, but Lyndon State College came up short to Castleton University, 17-3.
The Lyndon State College softball team continued North Atlantic Conference play Tuesday afternoon, losing to Castleton University 13-0 in game one and 16-1 in game two, both in five innings, at Spartan Field.