Penn State-Harrisburg Lions

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 7-18 - Conference: 2-16
11/15 at Cairn Final W, 52-38 BX
11/18 at Gwynedd Mercy Final L, 61-50 BX RC
11/19 at Sage Final L, 62-58 BX
@ Gwynedd Valley, Pa. - Griffin Complex
11/21 vs. Wesley * • Final L, 59-45 BX
11/25 vs. Southern Virginia * • Final L, 83-78 BX
11/29 at Frostburg State * • Final L, 66-55 BX
12/2 at Salisbury * • Final L, 65-53 BX PH
12/5 vs. Delaware Valley Final W, 62-47 BX PH
12/7 at Lancaster Bible Final W, 64-58 BX PH
12/18 at Clarks Summit Final W, 73-54 BX
12/19 at Alvernia Final W, 69-52 BX
1/3 at Christopher Newport * • Final L, 86-40 BX RC
1/6 vs. Mary Washington * • Final L, 67-54 BX PH
1/10 at York (Pa.) * • Final L, 81-65 BX
1/13 vs. St. Mary's (Md.) * • Final W, 64-55 BX PH
1/17 at Marymount * • Final L, 63-46 BX
1/20 vs. Salisbury * • Final L, 73-42 BX PH PH
1/24 at Wesley * • Final - OT L, 72-67 BX
1/27 at Southern Virginia * • Final L, 72-66 BX
1/31 vs. Frostburg State * • Final L, 80-68 BX
2/3 at Mary Washington * • Final L, 73-63 BX
2/8 vs. York (Pa.) * • Final L, 71-60 BX
2/10 vs. Christopher Newport * • Final L, 78-75 BX RC
2/14 vs. Marymount * • Final L, 61-43 BX
2/17 at St. Mary's (Md.) * • Final W, 72-54 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 7-18 - Conference: 2-16
11/21 vs. Wesley * • L, 59-45 BX
11/25 vs. Southern Virginia * • L, 83-78 BX
11/29 at Frostburg State * • L, 66-55 BX
12/2 at Salisbury * • L, 65-53 BX PH
1/3 at Christopher Newport * • L, 86-40 BX RC
1/6 vs. Mary Washington * • L, 67-54 BX PH
1/10 at York (Pa.) * • L, 81-65 BX
1/13 vs. St. Mary's (Md.) * • W, 64-55 BX PH
1/17 at Marymount * • L, 63-46 BX
1/20 vs. Salisbury * • L, 73-42 BX PH PH
1/24 at Wesley * • L, 72-67 BX
1/27 at Southern Virginia * • L, 72-66 BX
1/31 vs. Frostburg State * • L, 80-68 BX
2/3 at Mary Washington * • L, 73-63 BX
2/8 vs. York (Pa.) * • L, 71-60 BX
2/10 vs. Christopher Newport * • L, 78-75 BX RC
2/14 vs. Marymount * • L, 61-43 BX
2/17 at St. Mary's (Md.) * • W, 72-54 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/CAC/Women/2017-18/standings-div1 : /conf/CAC/Women/2017-18/standings-div2 : /conf/CAC/Women/2017-18/standings

2017-18

Marymount 17-1 25-4
Christopher Newport 16-2 25-5
York (Pa.) 13-5 18-9
Mary Washington 12-6 14-13
Salisbury 10-8 15-11
Frostburg State 8-10 12-14
Southern Virginia 5-13 12-13
St. Mary's (Md.) 4-14 8-16
Wesley 3-15 5-20
Penn State-Harrisburg 2-16 7-18

Past Records

2017-18 (7-18, 2-16 CAC)
2016-17 (7-18, 5-13 CAC)
2015-16 (10-15, 6-12 CAC)
2014-15 (4-21, 3-15 CAC)
2013-14 (6-19, 1-15 CAC)
2012-13 (18-9, 13-5 NEAC)
2011-12 (19-7, 17-1 NEAC)
2010-11 (18-9, 16-6 NEAC)
2009-10 (11-16, 1-1 NEAC)
2008-09 (11-15, 0-1 NEAC)
2007-08 (4-20, 2-14 NEAC)

Team Info

Coach: Ross Patrick
Conference: CAC

Penn State-Harrisburg

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1918
Location: Middletown, PA
Colors: Blue, White
Region: Mid-Atlantic
Arena: Capital Union Building (0)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

July 9, 2018 Two schools set to leave CAC The Capital Athletic Conference lost two of its 10 members to the newly formed Atlantic East conference. Now it appears the CAC will also lose Frostburg State to Division II and Penn State-Harrisburg to the North East Athletic Conference.
February 11, 2017 Saturday women: Headed for higher ground The HCAC will go through Terre Haute since Rose-Hulman secured the top seed with its win over Manchester. Scranton edged Catholic to split their season series while Kenyon tripped DePauw and Penn St-Harrisburg stunned Mary Washington. That and more in today's recap.
July 29, 2012 Penn State-Harrisburg to join CAC For the third time this year, the CAC announced a new member will join the conference in 2013-14. Penn State-Harrisburg will make the jump from the NEAC.
December 5, 2011 Dixon records rare quadruple-double Penn State-Harrisburg’s Dorothea Dixon became just the ninth women’s basketball player in NCAA history across all divisions to record an ultra-rare quadruple-double.
February 12, 2011 Amherst, UWSP clinch titles Amherst finished its regular season run through the NESCAC. UW-Stevens Point will be the top seed in the WIAC playoffs. That and more in Saturday's women's wrap.