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Lock Haven Bald Eagles


Lock Haven Bald Eagles

Lock Haven Bald Eagles
University Lock Haven University
Conference PSAC
Athletic director Peter A. Campbell
Location Lock Haven, PA
Varsity teams 18
Football stadium Hubert Jack Stadium[1]
Basketball arena Thomas Fieldhouse
Baseball stadium Foundation Field
Lacrosse stadium Charlotte E. Smith Field
Nickname Bald Eagles
     Crimson       White
Website .com.golhuwww

The Lock Haven Bald Eagles are the athletics teams of Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, located in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, United States. LHU participates in NCAA Division II as a member of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) for most sports. Field hockey and wrestling participate in NCAA Division I as members of the Atlantic 10 Conference and Eastern Wrestling League respectively.[2] Lock Haven's football team currently holds the record for the nation's longest losing streak in all divisions at 52 games.

On Saturday, September 29, 2012, Lock Haven lost to the Shippensburg Raiders by a score of 49-6. With the loss Lock Haven took sole possession of the all-time NCAA Division II Football consecutive losing streak record at 47 games,[3] with their last win occurring on November 3, 2007. The previous record of 46 was held by the Minnesota-Morris Cougars (who have since reclassified to Division III); that streak ran from November 14, 1998 - September 20, 2003.

On November 10, 2012, the Lock Haven University Bald Eagles defeated the Cheyney University Wolves by a score of 15-7, ending their record losing streak at 52 games.


  • Sports 1
  • Championships 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4



i. National Championships:
Field Hockey 1981, 1982, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1995, 2000
Lacrosse 1979
Softball 2006, 2009
Soccer (M) 1977, 1978, 1980
Wrestling 1961 (NAIA), 1963 (NAIA), 1966 (NAIA), 1967 (NAIA)


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  • Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
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