Pilgrims take two over HornetsThe Lyndon State College softball team finished out North Atlantic Conference play Wednesday evening against New England College at Skip Pound Field. The Hornets fell 13-0 in five innings in the first game before coming up short in the second game 6-
Hornets drop two against TerriersThe Lyndon State College softball team dropped both games of a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader at Thomas College on Saturday afternoon at the Thomas Softball Diamond. The Terriers won game one, 16-0, in five innings, then posted a 10-2, six-inning win in game two.
Badgers sneak by HornetsThe Lyndon State College softball team suffered two narrow losses to Johnson State College, 3-1 and 5-4, Tuesday evening at Minaert Field.
Consistent Scoring Boosts Husson Past HornetsLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – In a doubleheader North Atlantic Conference softball matchup, Husson University (8-18, 4-4 NAC) took both games, 12-2 and 13-0, over Lyndon State College (2-16, 0-4 NAC).
Hornets Topped by OwlsLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – The Lyndon State College softball team hosted the University of Maine-Presque Isle Saturday afternoon in non-conference action, coming up shy 5-4 in game one and going scoreless game two, 8-0.
Hornets lose two in home openerThe Lyndon State College softball hosted Castleton University Wednesday afternoon for their first home games of the 2016 season, falling in both contests, 17-1 and 24-1 in five innings each.
Hornets sweep Buccaneers for first wins of the seasonThe Lyndon State College Softball team picked up their first two wins of the season Saturday in a doubleheader at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. The Hornets took the first game 6-2 before a 14-0 (5 inn.) victory in the second game.
Hornets finish Florida trip losing twoCLERMONT, Fla. – The Lyndon State College softball team rounded out their Florida trip Monday with losses to St. Thomas University (STU) and Lourdes University.
Rough day at the plate for Hornets in openerCLERMONT, Fla. – The Lyndon State College softball team opened up the 2016 season with a tough 17-1 loss to St. Mary’s University of Minnesota in Clermont, Florida on a rainy Wednesday morning.
Softball looks to make it happen nowThe Lyndon State College softball team, led by first-year head coach Greer Lemnah, will open its 2016 season in Clermont, Florida on February 24.
Lemnah named softball coach at LyndonLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – After serving as assistant coach this past season, Greer Lemnah has been hired as the head coach of the Lyndon Softball program.
Crane named to All-NAC TeamLYNDON CENTER, Vt. - Dakota Crane, a sophomore infielder with the Lyndon softball program, has been named to the All-North Atlantic Conference Team for her performance throughout the 2015 season.
Lyndon splits season finale at JohnsonJOHNSON, Vt. – Lyndon closed out its 2015 season Friday with a doubleheader split with Johnson State. The Hornets won the opener by a score of 8-1 n and dropped the nightcap by a slim margin of 6-5.
Hornets, Fighting Saints split twin billLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – Lyndon split a doubleheader with the College of St. Joseph Tuesday, winning the opener by a score of 16-9 before dropping the nightcap by a count of 12-8.
Sheridan leads Hornets past OwlsLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – Lyndon picked up two victories Sunday afternoon against the University of Maine at Presque Isle behind a stellar performance from Shelby Sheridan. She went six for eight between the two games, knocking in three runs and earning a stolen base.
Lyndon swept by HussonBANGOR, Maine - Husson's swept a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader from the Lyndon Saturday afternoon at O' Keefe Field winning the first game, 9-1 in five innings, and the second one 8-0 also in five innings.
Shoddy defense dooms HornetsHENNIKER, N.H. – Lyndon committed 13 errors on the day as New England extended its winning streak to six games by sweeping visiting Lyndon in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action Saturday taking game one 11-3 and game two by a score of 12-6.
Lyndon drops a pair of heartbreakersLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – For the Lyndon softball team, the 2015 season has been marked with bad luck. After losing freshmen Cori Sousa and Tori Maslan to season-ending injuries, and having to endure a month-long layoff, the Hornets have found themselves on the losing in of an extra-inning game in three of their last four starts.
Hornets rallies to split of twin billLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – Lyndon plated two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to earn a hard-fought 3-2 come-from-behind victory over rival Johnson State in North Atlantic Conference softball action.
Lyndon sweeps Farmington, falls to CastletonHENNIKER, N.H. – Lyndon pounded out 22 runs on 24 hits in a doubleheader sweep of UMaine-Farmington Saturday at New England College. The Hornets won the opener 8-0 behind the three-hit pitching of Katie Davis, and took the nightcap 14-2 thanks to a 10-run first-inning rally.
Division III Week NAC Student-Athlete Spotlight: Jillian Emery, LyndonDuring Division III Week, which will be celebrated April 6-12 in 2015, the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) will be highlighting one student-athlete from each of the ten member institutions. The NAC will be featuring student-athletes that truly represent the Division III philosophy.
Lyndon Falls to Dearborn, Ohio NorthernCLERMONT Fla. – Defense proved to be the difference maker in both games on Friday morning. The University of Michigan at Dearborn beat the Hornets 13-5 in five innings, while Ohio Northern University won their first game of the year 9-1 in six innings.
Hornets Walk-Off in ClermontCLERMONT, Fla. – Lyndon earned its third win on the season Thursday afternoon taking down Houghton College 6-5 in extra innings. The Hornets lost the first game on the day to Augustana College, 8-0.
Lyndon Takes Down HoughtonCLERMONT, Fla. – Katie Davis had yet another stellar game on Tuesday as she sat down 13 straight Houghton batters. Lyndon picked up their second victory of the season, winning 8-0 in five innings.
Hornets Earn First VictoryClermont, Fla. – Lyndon came into Monday with a different attitude as they picked up their first victory of the young season with a 9-3 victory over Houghton College.
Hornets fall on Opening DayCLERMONT, FL – Lyndon kicked off their season Sunday in the Sunshine State as they lost to both Davenport University and Hanover College.
Hornets Look to Take Next StepLYNDON CENTER Vt. – The Hornets have landed in Clermont, Florida where they will open up their 2015 season on Sunday morning against Davenport University.
Lyndon trio named to All-NAC Softball TeamLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — Fresh off its third-place finish at the 2014 North Atlantic Conference Championship Tournament, the Lyndon Softball Team continued to shine with three selections to the All-NAC 2nd Team.
Castleton sweeps Lyndon in season FinaleCASTLETON, Vt. – Castleton push its win streak to a season-high seven games by sweeping Lyndon 8-0 and 6-3 Tuesday afternoon in the North Atlantic Conference finale for both squads.
Carl named NAC Rookie of the WeekLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — Mindy Carl, a freshman outfielder with the Lyndon Softball Program, has been named the North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Week for the period ending Sunday, April 26.
Surging Hornets sweep New EnglandHENNIKER, N.H. – Lyndon swept a twin bill from New England College in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action, taking game one 13-2 and then winning game two by a score of 9-1.
Lyndon powers its way to doubleheader splitKENTS HILL, Maine - Lyndon upped its record to 5-17 overall and 4-6 in the North Atlantic Conference with a split of its doubleheader with the University of Maine at Farmington Monday. The Hornets dropped the opener 9-2 and took the nightcap 14-3 in six innings.
Hornets earn split with ThomasWATERVILLE, Maine - Lyndon split a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader against Thomas Saturday as the Hornets fell 6-5 in 10 innings in Game 1 before taking Game 2 10-2 in five innings.
Finnegan named NAC Player of the WeekLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — Jena Finnegan, a junior shortstop with the Lyndon Softball Program, has been named the North Atlantic Conference Player of the Week of the period ending Sunday, April 13.
Lyndon splits four-game series in MaineCASTINE, Maine – Lyndon hit the road to play a four-game “home” series with Husson University. The Hornets suffered two tough losses to the Eagles by scores of 2-1 (8 inn.) and 5-2 before sweeping the Mariners 7-5 and 5-1.