Wildcat Weekly

Penn College Athletics Has Plenty to Celebrate

In its fourth season as a member of the North Eastern Athletic Conference, and first as a full-fledged member of NCAA Division III, the Pennsylvania College of Technology Athletics Department has plenty to celebrate this year, including:

Three second-place NEAC finishers (baseball, men’s cross-country and women’s soccer); one third-place NEAC finisher (men’s golf); two other top-four finishers (men’s soccer and women’s softball); 11 all-NEAC First Team honorees; 12 all-NEAC Second Team honorees; 12 all-NEAC Third Team honorees; a NCAA Division III Regional Wrestling fourth-place finisher; and, in archery, an individual national champion, a team third-place finish and four All-Americans.

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Penn College Baseball Coach Looks Ahead

Less than 24 hours after his team’s season ended May 13, Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball coach Chris Howard was washing uniforms, reflecting on this year and planning for next.

Seeded second in the conference tournament, the Wildcats went 2-2, and for the second year in a row finished second to Penn State Berks in the North Eastern Athletic Conference, completing a 20-15 overall season, 11-5 in conference games.

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Penn College Second in Baseball; Archery Team Seeks Titles

And then there was one.

After the Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball team completed its season Sunday with a second-place finish in the North Eastern Athletic Conference, the archery squad will put a wrap on the college’s 2017-18 athletic season this coming weekend when it competes in the Collegiate Outdoor Nationals at Easton Newberry Archery Center, Newberry, Florida.

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Penn College Baseball Team Seeks Championship

While the season ended for the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s softball team last week, it continues with a North Eastern Athletic Conference championship on the line for the baseball squad starting Friday.

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Penn College Athletes Have Huge Week

In one of the most action-packed weeks in recent memory, the spotlight is shining on Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes in multiple sports.

Over the past week:

And this week:

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Men’s Golf, Tennis Teams Seek Championships

End-of-the-season North Eastern Athletic Conference championships are on the line later this week for Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s golf and men’s tennis teams.

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Wildcat Archers Set to Hold Big Event

While Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball, softball, men’s golf and men’s tennis teams posted victories last week, the college’s archers are getting set to host their only home event of the year — the East Region Outdoor Collegiate Championships this Saturday and Sunday — and coach Chad Karstetter has high hopes for his team.

“We have been working very hard outside, even though the weather has not cooperated and spring does not seem to be here yet,” he said early last week.

“Overall, the team looks very strong and I believe it will show at our event,” Karstetter said. “We are looking forward to having a home event this year. It’s nice to have the home-field advantage.”

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Penn College Baseball, Men’s Tennis Teams Have Perfect Week

Over the past week, the Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball team and men’s tennis teams were unbeaten.

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Penn College Golfers Have High Hopes

After a great fall season, the Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s golf team was scheduled to resume play at noon Monday at the Dutchmen Spring Invitational at Lebanon Valley College. Last week, the baseball, softball and men’s tennis teams all tasted victory.

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Penn College Tennis Teams to Open

The start of the tennis season looms for the Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s teams while the college’s baseball and softball squads have resumed their seasons.

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Penn College Set for Softball, Baseball Home Openers

Late-winter weather took its toll on the only games scheduled for Pennsylvania College of Technology teams last week but, weather permitting, both the baseball and softball teams have their home openers set over the next week.

Last Thursday’s scheduled softball doubleheader at Wilkes University was postponed until April 19. The 5-7 Wildcats now are scheduled to return to action on Wednesday at Susquehanna University and are slated to entertain Potsdam State at 2 p.m. Saturday at Elm Park.

Idle since playing in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on March 8, the college’s 3-5 baseball team is set to return to action at noon Sunday at Bowman Field with a twin bill against Lebanon Valley College, and Wildcats coach Chris Howard is excited to return to the historic ballpark.

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Baseball, Softball Teams Coming Off Busy Week; Archers Looking Good

In what will be their busiest week of the season, Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball and softball teams went a combined 5-10. Meanwhile, the college’s archery team turned in a strong showing at the U.S. National Indoor Championships.

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Penn College Baseball, Softball Teams Open With Wins

Getting their seasons underway in sunny, but cool, South Carolina, Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball and softball teams went a combined 3-2 in games over the weekend.

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Softball Season Starting, Wrestlers Make History

As Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers were winding down their season over the weekend, the college’s softball team was gearing up to get underway.

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Wrestlers Set for Regionals, Baseball Beginning, Basketball Ends

For the first time in school history, Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers have a shot at a NCAA national championship and they begin that quest Friday and Saturday at the NCAA Division III Southeast Region Championships in Rocky Mount, Virginia.

The top three finishers in each weight class will advance to the NCAA Division III Championships from March 9-10 at Cleveland, Ohio.

While the college’s wrestlers prep for the next step, baseball season is about to begin and the seasons ended last week for the men’s and women’s basketball teams.

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