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Pennsylvania College of Technology basketball teams went a combined 0-3 last week and the wrestling team lost its lone match.
Last updated November 21, 2015 | Posted in Sports, Wildcat Weekly | Leave a comment
There is good news and bad news for the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s basketball team this season. The good news: a veteran squad returns. The bad news: with just eight players, they won’t get many breaks.
Projected starters when the Wildcats open their season at 1 p.m. Saturday at Lycoming College are senior Jamie Steer, 5-foot, 11-inch, forward from South Williamsport; junior Alicia Ross, 5-8, guard, of Williamsport; senior Danielle Mowery, 5-7, guard, of Shamokin; sophomore Hannah Schoenly, 5-8, forward, of Hamburg; and freshman Ebani Lewis, 5-9, forward, of Sunbury.
Last updated November 15, 2015 | Posted in Sports, Wildcat Weekly | Leave a comment
Penn College’s annual Wildcat Madness, celebrating the start of basketball season, was held Monday night in Bardo Gymnasium. Activities included contests, performances by the Wildcat Dance Team, and free nachos, pretzels and water.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer
Last updated November 10, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Leave a comment
The women’s soccer season came to an end and the wrestling season got underway last week at Pennsylvania College of Technology and basketball openers loom on the horizon with the men starting on Friday and the women stepping into action Nov. 21.
Last updated November 8, 2015 | Posted in Sports, Wildcat Weekly | Leave a comment
Six members of the Penn College Power Lifting Team participated in the International Powerlifting Association’s Iron Legion Power Meet at the Fitness Factory in Williamsport on Saturday. The Ironman portion of the competition was both bench press and deadlifting. Most of the competitors were first-time lifters. “They did extremely well and we had a lot of fun,” said coach Emmanuel A. Balaguer (who also provided the photo). “Penn College should be proud of these student-athletes, they conducted themselves professionally.” All six team members – Logan T. Beidleman, of Hope Mills, North Carolina; Amanda M. Brodecki, of Levittown; Aaron B. Cusatis, of Collegeville; Harold C. “Christian” Lampe IV, of Phoenixville; Aubin I. Sevrin, of Lehighton; and Jonathan L. Zechman, of Cleona – placed first in their weight class, and Brodecki placed second for women’s overall.
Last updated November 2, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Leave a comment
The Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s soccer team will travel to SUNY Poly on Wednesday in North Eastern Athletic Conference playoff action while the wrestling team stepped into action Sunday and the seasons ended on Saturday in cross-country and men’s soccer.
Last updated November 1, 2015 | Posted in Sports, Wildcat Weekly | One Comment
Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers open their season Sunday at Scranton in the Electric City Duals, and coach Schuyler Frey has his squad ready to go.
“We’re going to be small, as far as numbers, but we’re going to be probably a little bit more spread out (over all of the weight classes) than what we have in the past,” Frey said.
Last updated October 30, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Leave a comment
Pennsylvania College of Technology cross-country runners will compete in the North Eastern Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday at Cazenovia College and first-year coach Nick Patton says they are ready.
“It’s pretty simple. I think the team is where it needs to be at this point. I expect a good performance on both sides,” he said.
Last updated October 24, 2015 | Posted in General Information, Sports, Wildcat Weekly | Leave a comment
The Penn College Shotokan Karate Club participated in its first of three training camps and tournaments Saturday. As part of the East Coast Collegiate Karate Union, Eric M. Russell, Carlos A. Ramos-Sonera, Alton J. “A.J.” Hinson and John B. Preine underwent a grueling three-session training regimen at Temple University. To their credit, they saved enough energy for success at the tournament phase of camp on Sunday. The team of Russell, Ramos and Hinson managed a third place in team kata (forms). Russell also placed third in kumite (sparring). Ramos and Hinson placed second in kata and kumite, respectively. The club will hold belt promotions at the end of the semester, and will be busy preparing for the next ECCKU camp hosted by Penn College in February.
Last updated October 20, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Leave a comment
The fall season came to an end for the Pennsylvania College of Technology golf team while the college’s women’s soccer team won both of its North Eastern Athletic Conference matches to stay among the leaders in action last week.
Last updated October 18, 2015 | Posted in Sports, Wildcat Weekly | Leave a comment
A gorgeous autumn weekend set the stage for a variety of Homecoming events – a year after the institution’s Centennial, but no less celebratory of “Our Proud Penn College Days.”
Last updated October 11, 2015 | Posted in Alumni, Events, Faculty & Staff, Sports, Students | This gallery contains 14 photos. | Tagged as gallery | Leave a comment
Six Pennsylvania College of Technology golfers will be vying for top honors Monday and Tuesday in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships on the Penn State Blue Course, while the college men’s and women’s tennis teams wrapped up their fall seasons this past week.
Last updated October 11, 2015 | Posted in Sports, Wildcat Weekly | Leave a comment
Pennsylvania College of Technology inducted five former student-athletes into its Hall of Fame during its fourth annual ceremony Friday evening in Le Jeune Chef Restaurant.
“This year’s class represented four different sports, which is a great representation of the history here,” Penn College Director of Athletics Scott E. Kennell said. “It’s important to honor, and recognize the student-athletes that were the foundation of the athletics department at Penn College, and allowed us to have tradition to build on.”
Last updated October 10, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Leave a comment
On a cool, fall Wednesday night, the freshman flag football team vowed to keep alive its two-game Homecoming streak against the upperclassmen. On the other side of the line, the sophomores (last year’s winning freshmen) wanted to extend their personal winning record and the seniors hoped to go out on a victory. The game began as a defensive battle; both sides moved the ball, but their drives stalled and each team twice turned it over on downs. The upperclassmen were pinned deep at their own end and, on a fumbled snap, the freshmen recovered in the end zone for a safety and a 2-0 halftime lead. The upperclassmen had possession to start the second half and it only took a few plays for Jalile Best to find Dustin Baughman in the end zone to give them a 7-2 lead. The freshmen took the kickoff and brought it back to midfield. However, going for the deep ball two plays later, they were intercepted by Baughman in the end zone to stop the momentum and give the ball back to the upperclassmen. Trying to make the most of the turnover, Best found Mike Pearl all alone for a touchdown, putting the upperclassmen up 14-2. The freshmen were determined to climb back into the game and Kevin Powell rushed upfield past all defenders to score the first touchdown for the first-year squad, which made the score 14-9. The upperclassmen were in control of the clock and looking to end the game with under a minute left … until Philip Rioux intercepted the Best pass and returned it to the upperclass side of the field. The freshmen scrambled and threw a “Hail Mary” into the end zone and their prayers were answered by a touchdown with 12 seconds left. Unfortunately for them, one of the wide receivers started too early and the penalty ended the game – and the freshmen winning streak. Joining Powell and Rioux as members of the freshman team were Corey Fultz, Frantz Balan, Dylan Michna, Brian Gyampoh, Arik Leota, Winston Wright, Tucker Ruch, Justin Norman, Logan Firestine and Dakota Boyer. Upperclass players, aside from Best and Mike Pearl, were Chris Johnson, Charles Stankye, Josh Pearl, Baughman, Sean Reynolds, Steven Moon, Dylan Bennett, Carlos Anavitate-Bermudez and Gabriel Nepita-Mejia.
Photos and game summary by Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of intramural sports and campus recreation
Last updated October 8, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Leave a comment
Six Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports teams saw action last week but nearly half of the 14 scheduled events were postponed due to the weather.
Last updated October 4, 2015 | Posted in Sports, Wildcat Weekly | Leave a comment