Pennsylvania College of Technology fall student-athletes had strong representation in the Penn State University Athletic Conference end-of-season awards with 13 making all-conference. The Wildcats also had two Player of the Year selections in senior Christopher Brennan (New Hope) for men’s soccer and junior Corey Teeple (Lake Ariel) for golf. Capping the honors was Adam Matter earning Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year.
In men’s cross country, junior Daniel Flynn (Blairstown, N.J.) was first team and freshman Nathan Mashack (Bloomsburg) was second team.
In golf, Teeple, the PSUAC champion; senior Alex Howe (Lake Ariel) and freshman Calvin Foust (Palmyra) all earned first team.
In men’s soccer, Brennan and sophomore Luke McFalls (New Oxford) were named to the first team while senior Phil Bair (Harrisburg) and junior Jacob Tuck (Hollsopple) were second team.
In women’s volleyball, junior Courtney Gernert (Palmyra) made first team and senior Rachel Heller (Allison Park) second. Earning honorable mention were sophomore Loralee Lindemuth (Tidioute) and freshman Cathleen Aviles (Robesonia).