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Penn College Inducts Five in 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame Class

Pennsylvania College of Technology honored five former athletes, coaches and administrators in its third annual Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony Friday night.

“We have such a good mix of athletes and coaches in our induction class this year,” director of athletics Scott Kennell said.  “We have representatives from sports being inducted into the Hall of Fame for the first time.  It really shows how well-rounded the programs have been and continue to be.  This is a great induction class and one truly befitting our Centennial celebrations.” The inductees are Mark B. Cordeiro (Penn College Class of 2009), of Granville Summit; Lisa A. Miller (’09), of Cogan Station; Michael J. Paulhamus, of South Williamsport; Andrew M. Richardson, of Jersey Shore; and Philip A. Woodring (’09), of Waynesboro.

The next induction ceremony will take place during Homecoming Weekend 2015.  Nominations can be made through the Penn College athletics website.

From left are Philip Woodring, Andy Richardson, Lisa Miller, Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour, Athletic Director Scott Kennell, Mark Cordeiro and Mike Paulhamus
From left are Philip Woodring, Andy Richardson, Lisa Miller, Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour, Athletic Director Scott Kennell, Mark Cordeiro and Mike Paulhamus

The Class of 2014:

Cordeiro was a three-year member of the Penn College cross-country team. From 2008-09, Cordeiro became only the second runner in Penn College history to win back-to-back individual conference championships. In 2008, after helping the team win its fifth consecutive conference team championship, he placed third at the national meet, earning All-American status.  He repeated the feat again in his final year, this time placing fifth at nationals.

Miller was a three-year member of the Penn College softball team. As a freshman, she helped the Lady Wildcats capture their first-ever conference championship. As a sophomore, Miller was an offensive leader, being named an All-Conference selection after batting an impressive .390 with 20 RBIs and 30 runs scored.

Paulhamus was one of the most successful coaches at Penn College since his start in 2001. He was named Men’s Cross-Country Coach of the Year 11 times and Women’s Cross-Country Coach of the Year twice. From 2003-12, his men’s teams were undefeated and claimed 10 consecutive conference championships. In 2009, the Wildcat men had their best finish under Paulhamus as the USCAA National runners-up.

Richardson was the first men’s soccer coach in Penn College history. From 1994 to 2004, his team’s amassed an impressive 105-50-10 (.667) overall record, won two conference championships and had seven postseason appearances. He was a two-time Coach of the Year selection whose teams’ legacies live on, holding 11 school records.

Woodring was a four-year member of the Penn College baseball team. From 2006-09, the shortstop helped the Wildcats to three conference championships (’06, ’08 and ’09) with an impressive 124-44 (.738) overall record. He was a two-time All-Conference selection and a USCAA All-American Honorable mention in his senior year after helping the team to its first-ever berth in the national tournament.

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