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Penn College Baseball Team Honors Three Graduating Members


Graduating members of the Wildcat baseball team – Zachary L. Yetter (22), Travis L. Hendershot (14) and Craig T. Watson (3) – join their families and coaches for Senior Day honors.
Graduating members of the Wildcat baseball team – Zachary L. Yetter (22), Travis L. Hendershot (14) and Craig T. Watson (3) – join their families and coaches for Senior Day honors.

The Penn College baseball team honored its three graduating seniors prior to the start of Sunday’s doubleheader against Penn State Brandywine.  Head coach Christopher H. Howard presided over the event, talking about the players – each of them a two-year member of the team – and how they have greatly contributed to the Wildcats’ success. Travis L. Hendershot, of Muncy, has led the team and the Penn State University Athletic Conference in RBIs so far this year; co-captain Craig T. Watson, of McEwensville, has notched 15 RBIs this season; and pitcher Zachary L. Yetter, of Thompsontown, has recorded one win in six appearances with 11 strikeouts. Hendershot and Watson are electronics and computer engineering technology: robotics and automation emphasis majors; Yetter is enrolled in forest technology.
Photo by Jami L. Hughes, coordinator of intercollegiate athletics and sports information

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