Lackawanna College is excited to announce the first ever Esports Summer Camps here at the Lackawanna College Esports Facility! (2) sessions for each game including Minecraft, Fortnite and Rocket League!
Sign up today for Coach Coyle's 2019 Basketball Camp. Brian Coyle is the Head Men's Basketball Coach at Lackawanna College and will be teaching the fundementals of basketball for ages 6-12 on July 8th through July 12th.
In what may have been the latest game in Lackawanna Baseball’s recent memory, the Falcons lost their 1st round consolation game in the 2019 NJCAA DII World Series at 2:25am. Kellogg Community College won the game in extra innings 8-7.
The Lackawanna Falcons fell to Pasco-Hernando State College 11-10 in round 1 of the NJCAA DII World Series. Lackawanna will play tomorrow (5/26/19) at 11:00 am, and they will square off against the loser of Kellogg CC vs Northern Oklahoma-Enid.
Want to play basketball this summer? Want to learn the fundamentals or work on specific position skills with a highly regarded NJCAA coach? Lackawanna College’s Head Women’s Coach Joya Whittington will be hosting 2 this June!
The Lackawanna Falcons claimed the NJCAA Northeast District Championship as they defeated Frederick CC 14-8 on Saturday afternoon. Both teams split the first two games of this best of 3 series as Lackawanna won game one 7-0 and Frederick CC won game two 19-5.
The Lackawanna Falcons and Frederick CC split the first day of the NJCAA Northeast Championship. Lackawanna came away with a 7-0 victory in game one and Frederick CC got their revenge in game two as they won 19-5.
Lackawanna College men’s soccer alums, Montell James, Fitz Jolly, and returner Nick Anthony have been named to the Dominica U23 Men’s National Team training camp for the 2019 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers.
The Lackawanna Falcons are bound for the NJCAA Northeast Championship against Fredrick Community College after claiming a 9-2 victory in the 2019 Region XIX Championship. A best of 3 series will take place this weekend in Fredrick, Maryland as Game 1 starts on Friday at 11:00am.
The Lackawanna College Falcons defeated Mercer County CC on Saturday afternoon 9-2 to win the NJCAA Region XIX Championship. This win will propel the Falcons to a District Playoff next weekend. We will have more details soon, please check out our social media channels for all the latest updates.
West Windsor, NJ – With wins over Mercer County Community College and County College of Morris on Friday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team qualified for the Championship game(s) in the Region XIX Division II Baseball Tournament. In the 10:00 contest, Lackawanna outscored Mercer by a score of 6-3 and then claimed the 2:00 game by a score of 10-4. The Falcons impressed by taking a 6-0 lead in the top of the first inning in the initial game and never trailing the rest of the day.
Lackawanna College would like to congratulate Thylar Summarell, Jerry Reinhart, and Zac Granger on being named to the NJCAA Region XIX Baseball All-Region First Team. Lackawanna would also like to congratulate Nathan McLain and David Williams on being named to the NJCAA Region XIX Baseball All-Region Second Team. The Falcons put together an incredible year, finishing 27-14 (11-3) and earned themselves a spot in the Region XIX Playoffs.
Lackawanna Softball competed in the Loser’s Bracket Final and Region XIX Softball Championship Monday afternoon. The Falcons won their first game of the day against Delaware Tech CC 5-2 in the Loser’s Bracket Final. This win propelled Lackawanna into the Region XIX Championship against County College of Morris. The Falcons lost 6-2 and were named Region XIX Runners-Up.
The Lackawanna Baseball team has secured the #3 seed in the 2019 NJCAA Baseball Region XIX Conference Tournament. This year’s tournament will be held at Mercer County Community College in West Windsor Township, NJ.
The Lackawanna Falcons played their last games of the 2019 regular season on Saturday against Cumberland County College. They lost game one 9-8 and won game two 10-2. Their record now stands at 27-14 (7-3). The next stop for the Falcons will be the NJCAA Region XIX Baseball Tournament next weekend.
Lackawanna Softball competed at the 2019 NJCAA Region XIX Softball Tournament on Saturday afternoon. The Falcons won their first round game against Delaware Tech CC 9-1 and lost their 2nd round game against County College of Morris 14-1.
Lackawanna College is proud to announce that Alexandria Thoman and Colleen Cwalina have been named to the NJCAA Region XIX DII Softball First Team. Lackawanna is also proud to announce that Mia Pawelski, Gabrielle Vuocolo, and Lauryn Rodriguez were named to the NJCAA Region XIX DII Softball Second Team.
Scranton, PA – Monday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team ended their Region XIX Division II schedule with a doubleheader sweep of Lehigh Carbon Community College. The Falcons took both games of the twin-bill by scores of 7-3 and 12-3. The sweep was important to Lackawanna since it clinched the third-place seed in the upcoming Region XIX Division II Baseball Tournament and eliminated Lehigh Carbon from qualifying for that tourney. If the Cougars had qualified, Lackawanna would have had to play them in a best of three play in series. As it now stands, Falcons receives a bye into the tournament’s semi-final.
The Lackawanna Softball team has secured the #2 seed in the 2019 NJCAA Softball Region XIX Conference Tournament. This year’s tournament will be held in Randolph, New Jersey at County College of Morris.
The Lackawanna Softball team took to the road on Sunday to play their last games of the 2019 regular season. A double-header against Brookdale Community College saw the Falcons lose game one 3-1 and fall in game two 7-5. Their final regular season record stands at 32-19 (7-3).
Former Lackawanna Football player and West Virginia Mountaineer, Trevon Wesco was drafted by the New York Jets in the 4th round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Congratulations to Trevon on this tremendous accomplishment.
Pemberton NJ – Saturday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Baseball team improved their conference win/loss record to 9-3 with a doubleheader sweep of Rowan College at Burlington County. The Falcons won game one 4-0 on a Nate McLain complete game shutout and the nightcap 2-0 on a combined shutout by Grant Powell and Dominic Verrastro.
Jessup, PA ? Saturday afternoon, the Lackawanna College Softball team clinched a second-place seed in the Region XIX Division II Softball Tournament with a doubleheader sweep of Rowan College at Burlington. The Falcons utilized the eight run rule in both contests to beat RCBC 16-3 in the first game and 16-4 in game two. By clinching the #2 seed, Lackawanna retains the home field advantage throughout the tournament, with exception of any contest against County College of Morris. Lackawanna finished their conference record with seven wins and three losses.
(Scranton, PA) – Lackawanna College is proud to announce the newest addition to our collegiate sports offerings. Lackawanna will be competing in Men’s Ice Hockey at Revolution Ice Centre in Pittston PA. The Ice Falcons are scheduled hit the rink for the 2020-21 season.
The Lackawanna Softball team took to the road for a double-header on Tuesday afternoon to play against Delaware Technical CC. Lackawanna won game one 6-3 and won game two 6-1. Lackawanna Softball guaranteed themselves an above .500 record this season and they have clinched a spot in the Region XIX playoffs. Their current record is 30-17 (5-3).