Penn College Announces 2017 Hall of Fame Class

Penn College’s Athletics Department has announced its 2017 Hall of Fame class: Zachary M. Plannick, Steven D. Bull, William J. DeAngelo and LeRoy Joiner.

The inductees will enter the Hall of Fame at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6, in the Thompson Professional Development Center.

2017 Hall of Fame class announcedThis year’s class:

Steven D. Bull, ’08, was a member of the men’s soccer team from 2006-08 and helped the team to a combined 43-4-2 mark in that span – which included 29 straight wins and three Penn State University Athletic Conference championships. Bull, who earned a bachelor’s degree in manufacturing engineering technology, was a United States Collegiate Athletic Association All-America honorable mention selection and was named to the USCAA All-Academic team.

William J. DeAngelo, ’12, helped the men’s soccer team go 57-18-3 from 2008-11, which included three PSUAC Championships and one runner-up finish. A graduate of the four-year automotive technology management major, DeAngelo earned USCAA All-America honorable mention honors in 2011 and was a four-time USCAA All-Academic selection.

Zachary M. Plannick, ’11,  was a four-time archery All-American from 2008-11 and a member of the outdoor men’s compound national championship team in 2008, mixed compound national championship team in 2009, and finished second individually nationally in the male compound in both 2010 and 2011. During his four years, the Wildcats placed second in the nation twice, third once and fourth once. Following the 2009 season, Plannick – an alumnus of the four-year manufacturing engineering technology major – was chosen as a member of the United States team that competed at the World University Games in Serbia.

LeRoy Joiner ’11, led the Wildcats in scoring during his three seasons and finished with 1,620 points, which ranks No. 2 on the all-time Penn College scoring list. During his freshman season, the Wildcats went 18-12, setting a program single-season win record, and reached the Penn State University Athletic Conference quarterfinals. Penn College teams went 14-14 and 15-13 the following two seasons, respectively, and finished second in the PSUAC both times. Joiner, who earned an associate degree in individual studies, capped his career by being named to the USCAA Division II All-America First Team for the third time – the most in program history.