Hazleton gave up three unearned runs in the 3rd inning to give Valley Forge a lead, but fought back behind a stellar pitching performance by Colin Stauffer to get their first win of the 2018 season taking the game with a 9-5 win. The game was called after six innings due to darkness.
After a strong start Hazleton led the University of Valley Forge 8-3 in the 4th inning. However, their pitching and defense collapsed and allowed the Patriots to score 6 runs in the bottom of the 4th and would later surrender 7 more runs in the remaining innings allowing Valley Forge to take the 16-11 win.
Errors plagued the Penn State Hazleton Nittany Lions in their double header opener and allowed host Williamson College of the Trades an easy 16-6 win yesterday played on the Williamson campus, in Media, PA.
PSU Hazleton played its best game of the Spring Training trip to the RIpkin Experience in Myrtle Beach, SC in the second game of a double-header, but still fell to PSU Greater Allegheny 6-3 ending the road trip at 0-5.
The Penn State Hazleton Baseball team opened its 2018 campaign tonight and fell to the 2017 National Junior College Athletic Association DII National Champions Kankakee Community College 17-2. The game was played at the Ripkin Experience in Myrtle Beach, SC as both teams are down south for their Spring Training schedule.
It took three extra quarters of play friday night to decide who would win the battle between Penn State Hazleton and Penn State Schuylkill and when the dust settled Hazleton found themselves on the high end of the score taking the 123-119 win,
Penn State York packed the paint in the second half and held Penn State Hazleton to under 60 points defeating Hazleton 68-56 in the quarterfinal round of the Penn State University Athletic Conference playoffs.
The Penn State Hazleton women's basketball team led from start to finish and cruised to a 77-63 victory over Penn State Mont Alto in their season finale Monday night at Dr. Thomas M. Caccese Gymnasium in Hazleton.
Penn State Hazleton hit on all cylinders Monday night in their game with Penn State Mount Alto to win 80-64 and qualify for the PSUAC playoffs. They will now face Penn State York Wednesday night at York in the opening round.
All five of Penn State Hazleton's starters scored in double figures last night, but it wasn't enough as Penn State Wilkes-Barre avenged a last second loss from their previous meeting this season to take the win, 85-77.
Robbie Hopkins' desperation shot off a steal with :03 seconds left in the game clanked off the rim and Penn State Hazleton's upset attempt against Penn State Wikes-Barre fell short with the final score Hazleton 67 Wilkes-Barre 68 Tuesday night in Hazleton.