The Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team is set to open while the college’s basketball and wrestling squads continue their seasons.
News: Wildcat Weekly
Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling and women’s basketball teams each scored victories over the past week.
Following a 40-day layoff for the semester break, the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team resumes its season Saturday. The college’s basketball teams, meanwhile, stepped back into action last week after nearly three weeks off.
Idle since Dec. 14 for the semester break, Pennsylvania College of Technology basketball teams prepare to step back onto the court Wednesday for the second half of their seasons.
Twenty-two student-athletes were named Pennsylvania College of Technology Wildcat Athletes of the Week during the fall semester.
One interesting facet of life is how many times things come full circle. A small example was the Dec. 14 Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s home basketball games against Lycoming College.
During the 2010-11 season, word came from Lycoming College, whose athletic director at the time was Scott Kennell, that its teams no longer would play at Bardo Gymnasium because the court, originally built in 1939 as part of the Williamsport High School campus, wasn’t regulation size for NCAA Division III schools such as Lycoming.
However, Kennell moved from Lycoming to Penn College and, under his leadership, the Wildcats now are in their first year as provisional members of NCAA Division III, which meant some changes were in order.
Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers gained some valuable experience while competing in the Penn State Nittany Lion Open and its men’s and women’s basketball teams split in action through Saturday.
It was a great week for Pennsylvania College of Technology basketball teams as they posted a combined 3-0 mark.
A third-place finish by the women’s basketball team in the Albany College of Pharmacy Panther Tip-Off Tournament highlighted the week for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletics.
Pennsylvania College of Technology sports teams went a combined 0 for 5 during the period of Nov. 16-22, but put up strong efforts in each of their outings.
The Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s basketball team starts its season this week while the men’s basketball team got going Saturday and the college’s wrestling team had its first home match of the campaign, also on Saturday.
The Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball team is set to step into action while Wildcat wrestlers continue their season and cross-country runners have wrapped up their campaign.
Pennsylvania College of Technology cross-country runners competed in the North Eastern Athletic Conference championships for the first time on Saturday and will seek more honors when they run in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships this Friday.
The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team is set to hit the mats, the postseason looms for the college’s cross-country squads and the fall sports seasons have concluded for three other teams.
Hopeful of improvement over its ninth-place finish of a year ago in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships, the Pennsylvania College of Technology golf team placed eighth among 22 teams during two-day competition on Penn State’s Blue Course that ended Tuesday.