Wildcat Weekly

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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Penn College Men’s Basketball Opener Friday

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.

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Wildcat Women’s Soccer Team in Playoffs; Wrestling Begins

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.

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Penn College XC Runners Set for Conference Championships

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.

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Penn College Golf Season Ends; Women Win in Soccer

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.

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Penn College Golfers Set for Nationals

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.

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Weather Takes Toll on Penn College Sports Teams

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.

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Fall Sports Seasons Continue for Penn College

The fall sports season continued last week for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes as the soccer teams each posted a win.

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Three Penn College Sports Teams Taste Victory

All eight of the Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports teams were in action last week and wins were recorded by the men’s and women’s soccer teams and men’s tennis squad.

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Penn College Golfers Ready for Fall Season

The Pennsylvania College of Technology golf team steps into action this week, and last week was busy for most other fall sports teams – except the tennis teams, whose scheduled openers on Saturday were postponed a day because of rain.

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Five Penn College Sports Teams in Action

The fall sports season began for Pennsylvania College of Technology teams last week in non-North Eastern Athletic Conference play.

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Ring Ceremony, Fall Premiere Make for Super Tuesday

Tuesday was a big day for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletics as a championship from last spring was celebrated and the fall sports season began.

Players from Penn College’s baseball team were presented their North Eastern Athletic Conference championship rings at Bowman Field prior to the Williamsport Crosscutters game against the Auburn Doubledays.

The Wildcats won their first NEAC championship in May in their inaugural season in the conference.

“My coaching staff and I are very excited to honor our players for the NEAC championship,” Penn College baseball coach Chris Howard said. “This is an accomplishment that we are all very proud of.”

Also on Tuesday, the seasons began for the men’s and women’s soccer and cross-country teams and the women’s volleyball team.

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Penn College Athletes Prepare for Openers

With the first week of classes under their belts, Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports athletes are busy preparing for their upcoming seasons.

Scheduled to open Tuesday, Sept. 1, are the men’s and women’s cross-country teams, at Misericordia University at 6 p.m.; the men’s soccer team, hosting Central Penn College at 7 p.m.; the women’s soccer squad, at King’s College at 7 p.m.; and the women’s volleyball team, at Keystone College at 7 p.m.

The men’s and women’s tennis teams begin their seasons hosting Wilkes University at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, and the golf team takes to the links at Keuka College at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16.

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Wildcats’ First Year of NCAA Affiliation Seen as ‘Smashing Success’

Highlighted by its baseball championship team, Pennsylvania College of Technology’s first year as a member of the North Eastern Athletic Conference as a provisional member of NCAA Division III was a smashing success.

“I am extremely pleased on how our athletics program transitioned to the NCAA Division III level,” said Scott Kennell, college director of athletics. “As a first-year provisional member, our programs remained competitive throughout the entire year and we captured our first-ever NEAC championship. We are looking to make an even bigger splash within the conference this up and coming year.”

“It’s a great atmosphere we have right now. It has catapulted the whole program into something bigger than we had even hoped,” baseball coach Chris Howard said after winning the title. “I think, first and foremost, I learned that we certainly belong at the D-III level. We can play with anybody.”

The college has three more years as a provisional NCAA member before becoming a full member.

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