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Weather-related postponements hamper Penn College teams 

Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams dropped their midweek games while weekend action for those two squads and the wrestling team was postponed due to an impending snowstorm. 

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Alexander dealerships recognized for all-star support of students

Aubrey Alexander accepts a framed #9 Wildcat jersey, representing his Penn College graduation year.

The Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships, with 18 locations that employ a number of Penn College alumni, was honored Wednesday for its inspiring generosity and ongoing dedication to Wildcat Athletics. Through scholarship support, mentorship and other substantial contributions – including new scoreboards in Bardo Gymnasium – the Alexander family’s financial commitment was noted by the Wildcat Club as “creating lasting impact for our student-athletes and the athletic facilities they call home.” Among those on hand for Corporate Partner Day during a basketball doubleheader against the College of Saint Elizabeth was Aubrey Alexander, a 2009 business administration graduate and member of the Penn College Foundation Board of Directors.

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Penn College men get first conference basketball win

Last week, Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams resumed North Eastern Athletic Conference play, which will dominate the remainder of their schedules, and the men’s squad earned its first conference win of the season.

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Penn College teams have 2-4 week

After a break for the holidays, Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams and its wrestling squad returned to action last week going a combined 2-4. North Eastern Athletic Conference basketball action resumes this week.

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Wildcat sports teams set to resume seasons

With the new year upon us, Pennsylvania College of Technology winter sports teams now turn their attention to the spring semester and second half of their respective seasons. The men’s basketball team resumes play at 4 p.m. Thursday at SUNY Delhi, the women’s basketball team picks up at 5 p.m. Thursday at Misericordia University and the wrestling squad hits the mats at 10 a.m. Saturday in the North-South Duals at Ursinus College. 

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Men’s basketball, wrestling teams close out 2018 

Wrapping up 2018, the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team went 2-2 and the men’s basketball team 0-2 in nonconference action last week. Both teams, along with the women’s basketball squad, return to action the first week in January. 

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Penn College women cagers snap 19-game loss string

Applied human services major Cassi L. Kuhns notched her first double-double of the season against Bryn Mawr, with 11 points and a game-high 12 rebounds.

The Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s basketball team went 1-1 in nonconference action over the weekend in its final games of 2018.

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Men’s cage coach gets gift; wrestlers have perfect week

The Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball team gave first-year coach Geoff Hensley a holiday gift last week as it snapped an eight-game losing string and posted its first win of the season. Meanwhile, the college’s wrestling squad went 3-0.

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Penn College plans athletic field improvements

Pennsylvania College of Technology will soon have a synthetic turf field at the home of Wildcat Athletics.

The new turf field system will be installed to NCAA standards to facilitate use by various athletic teams at the college. On Thursday, the Penn College Board of Directors authorized the college administration to borrow funds from reserves to move forward with the project.

Installation of a 123-by-85-yard synthetic turf field, base, drainage and associated improvements will begin soon after the Spring 2019 Wildcat Athletic sports schedule is completed. Construction is expected to take three months, with completion due in time to accommodate the Fall 2019 Penn College sports schedule.

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Wildcat Club recognized for crucial assist to student-athletes

The nook on the east side of Bardo Gym serves as an ideal locale for the pregame “tailgate.”

A Wednesday night reception in Bardo Gymnasium recognized the Wildcat Club for its commitment to Penn College Athletics and the vital role it plays in keeping students in the game − athletically AND academically. At a men’s/women’s basketball doubleheader against Penn State Berks, honored guests met and mingled with student-athletes, were greeted by the college mascot and President Davie Jane Gilmour, networked with other club members, enjoyed tailgate-style appetizers, and cheered during the hardwood action.

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Penn College grapplers continue to find success

While early-season woes continued for the Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams, the college’s wrestlers continued to find success.

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Penn College sports teams have light week

During a light week scheduling-wise because of the Thanksgiving holiday, just one Pennsylvania College of Technology sports team saw action.

Hosting crosstown rival Lycoming College on Tuesday, the Penn College women lost, 63-46, to drop to 0-3. Madison Klock, of Elysburg, led the Wildcats with 17 points. Penn College bench players outscored Lycoming’s bench, 46-12; the Warriors, however, led in points in the paint, 42-12.

The men’s basketball team returns to action at 6 p.m. Monday when it hosts Lycoming at Bardo Gymnasium, and the men’s and women’s hoop teams begin North Eastern Athletic Conference play on Wednesday at College of St. Elizabeth. The college’s wrestlers step back onto the mats Friday at the Messiah College Petrofes Invitational.

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Penn College grapplers have 2-2 week; cagers go 0-5

Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers posted a 2-2 week while the college’s basketball teams went a combined 0-5.

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Penn College men set for hoops opener, XC at NCAAs

The men’s basketball team is set to open. Cross-country runners are prepping for their final event of the season. Wrestling is underway, and the men’s and women’s soccer teams completed their seasons after reaching the North Eastern Athletic Conference semifinals. These are busy times for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletics.

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Future-seekers meet their match at Fall Open House

Savoring an autumn outing and academic exploration

Fall Open House visitors had unfettered access to Penn College’s vibrant campuses Sunday, as today’s faculty/staff, alumni and students provided them with a tantalizing view of a very real and credible tomorrow. All six academic schools put out the welcome mat through information sessions, tours and laboratory demonstrations, and guests were encouraged to explore the institution’s myriad complementary services and activities.

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