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Steer Sets Scoring Record in Otherwise Cheerless Week

For the week completed on Saturday, Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams went winless, all in North Eastern Athletic Conference games, while the college’s wrestling team was idle.

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College Archers Prep for Opener

The archery season is about to get underway while the basketball and wrestling seasons continue for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes.

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Wildcat Women Win During Busy Week

During a busy week with three teams seeing action, the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s basketball team came away with the lone victory.

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Winter Sports Teams Coming Off 4-5 Week

The Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams went a combined 1-5 in games last week while the wrestling team went 3-0.

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Basketball, Wrestling Set to Resume for Penn College

Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling teams step back into action this week after the semester break and the coaches of all three teams are looking forward to it.

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Seventeen Penn College Athletes Honored

Seventeen Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes were awarded “Athlete of the Week” honors during the fall semester.

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Penn College Teams Close Out Semester

In their final outings of the fall semester, the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team split in two matches while the men’s basketball team dropped its only game.

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Penn College Basketball Teams Have 1-2 Week

Pennsylvania College of Technology basketball teams had a combined 1-2 record in games last week while its wrestlers squared off against some stiff competition in Penn State’s Rec Hall.

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Wildcat Basketball Teams Have 1-1 Week

Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams split in their games last week, but each was successful in its North Eastern Athletic Conference opener. The wrestling team, meanwhile, lost its only match.

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Intramural Flag Football Team Rallies, Comes Up Short

Looking to build off last year’s win over Lycoming College, the repeat champions “MJ’s of Flag Football” reloaded their roster in hopes of knocking off their rivals for the second year in row. Unfortunately, Lycoming had other plans.

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Wildcat Basketball Teams Set for NEAC Play

Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling teams were idle last week over the Thanksgiving holiday, and coaches of all three squads took time to assess where they are and where they are going.

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Four Martial Artists Reach New Belt Levels at College Event

Penn College martial arts coach George T. Vance Jr., a part-time faculty member in fitness and lifetime sports, demonstrates.

Penn College's John B. Preine (left), of Philadelphia, and teammate Eric M. Russell.

Seminar attendees practice en masse

Hunter D. Gibson (left) and Carlos A. Ramos-Sonera

Hard work and dedication paid dividends for several members of the Penn College Martial Arts Club as the college hosted a belt promotion on Saturday. Penn College students joined their counterparts from Lycoming College, Bucknell University, Nittany Shotokan and Bath, New York, in a training seminar and test. Eric M. Russell, of Mill Hall; Carlos A. Ramos-Sonera, of Highland Mills, New York; and Hunter D. Gibson, of Carlisle; all earned a full-step promotion and are purple belts. Alton “A.J.” Hinson, of Pottsville, also moved up a full step to earn his green belt. Next for the club is a training camp and tournament at Penn College in February.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer

Wildcat Athletic Teams See 0-4 Week

Pennsylvania College of Technology basketball teams went a combined 0-3 last week and the wrestling team lost its lone match.

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Wildcat Women Return Veteran Basketball Team

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.

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Basketball’s Return to Bardo Marked by ‘Madness’

Gwendolyn A. Ntim, runner-up in this year's Penn College Star competition, sings the National Anthem.

Fan Knockout is among the night's diversions, along with a three-person shootout and a 3-point "battle of the sexes."

The Wildcat Dance Team performs at midcourt.

The Penn College mascot stirs the gym crowd.

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