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College Inducts Five Into Athletics Hall of Fame

Pennsylvania College of Technology inducted five former student-athletes into its Hall of Fame during its fourth annual ceremony Friday evening in Le Jeune Chef Restaurant.

“This year’s class represented four different sports, which is a great representation of the history here,” Penn College Director of Athletics Scott E. Kennell said. “It’s important to honor, and recognize the student-athletes that were the foundation of the athletics department at Penn College, and allowed us to have tradition to build on.”

Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour (center) and Scott Kennell (right), director of athletics, join this year's inductees into the Athletic Hall of Fame. Former student-athletes (from left) are Coleby Frye, Hannah Miles, Bridget Metzger, Devon Liquori and Lindsay (Fackler) Kornbau.
Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour (center) and Scott Kennell (right), director of athletics, join this year’s inductees into the Athletic Hall of Fame. Former student-athletes (from left) are Coleby Frye, Hannah Miles, Bridget Metzger, Devon Liquori and Lindsay (Fackler) Kornbau.

The 2015 Hall of Fame Class:

Hannah E. Miles (’09) helped guide the women’s soccer team to a 9-4-1 mark in 2008, which included a trip to the United States Collegiate Athletic Association national tournament. Miles, a Williamsport native, was named USCAA First Team All-America and USCAA Academic All-America in 2008. Miles majored in technology management.

Bridget Metzger (’10) was a captain of the 2008 women’s soccer team that finished 9-4-1 and reached the USCAA national tournament. Metzger, who is from Montoursville, was named USCAA First Team All-America in 2008. Metzger majored in nursing.

Coleby V. Frye (’09) helped lead the men’s soccer team to a 13-2 mark en route to the Penn State University Athletic Conference championship in 2008, and a 15-5-1 record and PSUAC runner-up finish in 2009. Frye, a York native, was named USCAA Honorable Mention All-America in 2008 and 2009. Frye majored in welding and fabrication engineering technology.

Devon Liquori (’10) was a key member of Penn College’s baseball teams from 2006-09, which included three PSUAC Championships. Liqurori, of Hawley, earned PSUAC First Team and USCAA First Team All-America honors in 2009. Liquori majored in physical fitness specialist.

Lindsey (Fackler) Kornbau (’10) was a member of the archery team for four years and was a three-time captain. Kornbau, a York Haven native, was one of three members of the 2009 women’s compound national championship team and a two-time All-American (2008 and 2009). She was also an elected member of the United States Collegiate Archery Association board as a student representative in 2009 and 2010. Kornbau majored in nursing.