Harford’s Fighting Owls beat defending national champs Nassau Lions 13-8 at the NJCAA Men's Lacrosse National Championship May 14. Held at Harford’s Sports Complex, the Owls won the championship for the first time in program history.
Former baseball standout and 2019 NJCAA DI All-American Braeden Fausnaught ’19 has signed with MLB’s Philadelphia Phillies. He finished 2019 at Harford with a 7-1 record, a 1.75 ERA over 56-2/3 innings, and 92 strikeouts.
Fighting Owls outfielder Braedon Karpathios signed with MLB's San Diego Padres. The Lancaster, PA native was one of Harford's postseason run heroes. A designated hitter, he also played left and right outfield and first base.
22 Harford student-athletes were named to the 2022 NJCAA’s All-Academic Teams, the national office announced. Student-athletes can earn national academic honors by reaching a 3.60 GPA or higher for the 2021-22 academic year.
Our Fighting Owls are tearing it up in baseball and lacrosse this season! Winning championships, being named No. 1 lacrosse seeds in the NJCAA, Player of the Week – check out all the details and cheer on your favorites!
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For the first time in program history, Harford men's lacrosse earned the No. 1 spot in NJCAA’s Lacrosse Rankings. The Fighting Owls return to the home field this Saturday, April 16 vs. Potomac State. Come cheer on your team!
Harford Fighting Owls men’s basketball guard Chandler Johnson has been named Region 20 Division I Player of the Month for January, region officials announced on Tuesday. The 6' freshman also snagged the award for December.
Harford Fighting Owls women’s lacrosse team is ranked No. 1 and men’s lacrosse is No. 2 in the National Junior College Athletic Association preseason polls. Both teams will take to the field for scrimmages this month.
16 Harford student-athletes have been named to a 2021 NJCAA All-Academic team, as announced by the NJCAA late last week.