In the only basketball action for Pennsylvania College of Technology last week, the men’s team hosted Rochester (Mich.) College, the defending United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division I champion. Meanwhile, Wildcat wrestlers participated Sunday in the Lock Haven University MatTown Open.
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It was a rough week for Pennsylvania College of Technology basketball teams as the men lost twice and the women three times.
All three Pennsylvania College of Technology winter sports teams were in action last week.
Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams are set to step into action this week while the wrestling team got its season under way Saturday and the cross-country team’s season ended.
The start of the wrestling season and a national championship meet for the men’s cross-country team loom on the horizon for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes this week while the women’s soccer team celebrates one of its most successful seasons ever.
Seasons ended for three Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports teams last week while the college’s women’s soccer squad prepares for this week’s United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships.
Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s soccer and women’s volleyball teams look to defend their Penn State University Athletic Conference championships as playoffs begin this week. The fourth-seeded volleyball team (11-5 PSUAC) hosts No. 5 seed Penn State Hazleton (10-5) at 7 p.m. on Tuesday while the second-seeded soccer team (9-1) drew a first-round bye and will host the winner of a match between No. 3 Penn State Brandywine (9-1) and No. 6 Penn State New Kensington (5-5) in a semifinal match on Thursday, time to be determined.
Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s cross-country teams have won 10 consecutive conference championships and 11 of 12, and they seek continued success in Saturday’s 12:45 p.m. Penn State University Athletic Conference Championships at Penn State Scranton.
After a regular season that included four first-place and one second-place finish in invitationals, Pennsylvania College of Technology golfers will seek conference and national honors in tournament action Monday and Tuesday.
Competing on the Penn State Blue Course, the Wildcats are among the favorites for the Penn State University Athletic Conference and United States Collegiate Athletic Association championships.
The golf and men’s and women’s soccer teams were unbeaten for Pennsylvania College of Technology this past week.
In their best combined week of the fall sports season, Pennsylvania College of Technology athletic teams recorded seven wins and just three losses.
Pennsylvania College of Technology golf and men’s soccer teams stood out last week as the golfers won their own invitational and the men’s soccer team won both of its matches.
The Pennsylvania College of Technology golf and women’s tennis teams opened their seasons with impressive wins last week.
Three Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports teams begin their seasons this week and three others got the seasons under way over the weekend, going 1-2 on the road. In openers this week, the golf team steps into action Wednesday, the women’s tennis team takes to the courts on Thursday and the cross-country team races on Saturday.
Three of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s six fall sports teams open their seasons this week as the women’s volleyball team gets under way at 7 p.m. Friday at Keystone College, the men’s soccer team starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Alfred (N.Y.) State University and the women’s soccer team begins at 4 p.m. Saturday at Rosemont College.