Wildcat Weekly

Penn College Women Stay Unbeaten in NEAC

Sparked by the offensive play of junior Hailee Hartman, who had five goals, the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s soccer team put together a 2-1 week and stayed unbeaten in North Eastern Athletic Conference action.

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Penn College Women Set to Step Into NEAC Volleyball Action

After 10 nonconference matches, the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s volleyball team steps into North Eastern Athletic Conference competition later this week.

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Penn College Golfers Open on Wednesday

A new home course to practice and play on and so many players out for the team that eliminations were required have Pennsylvania College of Technology golf coach Matt Haile smiling.

Wildcat golfers become the last Penn College fall sports team to begin its season when they take to the links on Wednesday at Keuka College.

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Penn College Men’s Tennis Coach Has High Hopes

The season began in five fall sports for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes last week and, this week, the men’s tennis team is set for its first action when it plays at crosstown rival Lycoming College on Monday.

Ethan Rosler, of Bloomsburg, and Austin Adams, of Center Valley, are the lone returning players from last season, when Penn College finished 2-10 overall: 1-4 in the fall and 1-6 in the spring (0-4 in North Eastern Athletic Conference play). But first-year coach John Machak has high hopes for improvement. Rosler finished fourth at No. 3 singles in the conference playoffs.

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Penn College Fall Sports Begin

Last fall was a time of transition as several Pennsylvania College of Technology teams were under new head coaches. As this season begins, there is just one new coach in the fold and all are ready to roll.

In openers on Thursday, the women’s tennis team travels to Elmira College for a 4 p.m. start, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams compete at the Misericordia Invitational at 6 p.m. and the women’s soccer team hosts King’s College at 7 p.m. On Friday, the men’s soccer team travels to Westminster College for a 5 p.m. match and the women’s volleyball team hosts Alfred State College, also at 5.

In coming weeks, the men’s tennis team takes to the courts Sept. 5 at Lycoming College and the men’s golf team hits the links Sept. 14 at the Keuka College Invitational.

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Penn College Athletics Department Coming Off Busy Summer

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After a busier-than-normal summer “off season,” the Pennsylvania College of Technology Athletics Department is gearing up for the start of the fall sports seasons.

Students returned to classes Aug. 15 and athletes have started working out for their respective openers, which include men’s and women’s cross-country, women’s soccer and women’s tennis on Thursday, Sept. 1; men’s soccer and women’s volleyball on Friday, Sept. 2; men’s tennis on Monday, Sept. 5; and men’s golf on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

Among the highlights of the summer were notification from the National Collegiate Athletic Association that the college successfully completed its second year of provisional Division III membership and approved its waiver request to bypass the third year and begin its final year of provisional membership starting Sept. 1, the naming of two new head coaches, announcement of four new members of the college’s athletic Hall of Fame, announcement of the renewal of its partnerships with ESPN Williamsport and Stretch Internet to broadcast Wildcats home athletic events in the 2016-17 season, and the resignation of athletic director Scott E. Kennell.

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Penn College Athletes Complete Year of Transition

With five first-year coaches at the helm, this marked a transition year for many Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes as the college completed its second of four years as a provisional member of NCAA Division III.

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Penn College 10th in National Softball Tourney

It was a three-and-out for the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s softball team at the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships last week, but first-year coach Jackie Klahold looked at the experience as a plus.

“Any postseason experience is a positive, especially for our team. Being as young as we are, we’re hoping that with our returners coming back and having that year of experience collegiately and postseason-wise under their belts, and (with) our incoming freshman class, that we will be able to compete over the next three or four years in the postseason,” Klahold said.

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Penn College Softball, Archery Teams Seek National Titles

With their regular seasons behind them, Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s softball and archery teams now take to the national stage. The softball team will compete Monday through Thursday in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships in Akron, Ohio, and the archers May 20-22 in the U.S. National Outdoor Collegiate Championships at Michigan State University in Lansing, Michigan.

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Seasons End for Two Penn College Teams; Softball Still ‘Alive’

While seasons ended for two Pennsylvania College of Technology spring sports teams last week, it was a bit of a roller-coaster week for the college’s women’s softball team.

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Penn College Golf, Women’s Tennis Seasons End

As the season neared completion for the Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball and softball teams, it came to an end last week for golfers and women’s tennis players.

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Penn College Sports Teams Have Busy Week

After a couple of weeks when the weather created some schedule interruptions, Pennsylvania College of Technology spring sports teams found themselves quite busy last week with 20 games.

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Penn College Golfers Seek Conference Championship

Outdoor temperatures are going up and Pennsylvania College of Technology golf coach Matt Haile is hopeful that the scores of his golfers continue to go down heading into next weekend’s North Eastern Athletic Conference championships.

Action will be staged Saturday and Sunday on the 6,163-yard, par-70 Cobleskill Golf and Country Club in Cobleskill, New York.

“The guys are starting to come around, they’re starting to get their swings back,” said Haile, in his seventh season.

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Mother Nature Big Winner Against Penn College

Pennsylvania College of Technology spring sports teams went 3-2 last week, but the real winner was Mother Nature, which forced postponement of nine scheduled events.

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Penn College Spring Sports Teams Go 3-6

All five Pennsylvania College of Technology spring sports teams saw action last week and together they posted a combined 3-6 mark.

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