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Relive the Wildcats’ Week in Campus Sports

Vol. 5, No. 25

Record/Results/Upcoming Games (Through Sunday, Jan. 29)

Men’s BasketballOverall record: 8-10 PSU-AC record: 8-4

Friday, Jan. 27 at Penn State Abington, L, 99-43 Saturday, Jan. 28 at Penn State Delaware, L, 89-77 Wednesday, Feb. 1 at Penn State DuBois, 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4 host Penn State New Kensington, 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9 at Penn State Hazleton, 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11 at Penn State Fayette, 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13 host Penn State York, 7 p.m.

Women’s BasketballOverall record: 11-6 PSU-AC record: 8-1

Monday, Jan. 23 at Lehigh Carbon Community College, W, 71-64 Friday, Jan. 27 at Penn State Abington, W, 51-47 Saturday, Jan. 28 at Penn State Delaware, L, 69-51 Wednesday, Feb. 1 host Penn State Hazleton, 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4 host Penn State New Kensington, 1 p.m.

‘Cat Tales Men’s BasketballThe Wildcats suffered their worst Penn State University-Athletic Conference loss of the season against Penn State Abington, shooting just 27 percent from the floor to PS Abington’s 65 percent. Steve Young (Dobbins Tech) and Rob Valentin (Lebanon) were the top Penn College scorers with nine points each.

Penn College closed out a week in which it went 0-2 with a Saturday loss to Penn State Delaware. Matt Melusky (Minersville) topped Wildcat scorers with 18 points, followed by Craig Flint (Port Allegany) with 15, Tony Flint (Port Allegany) and Matt Michaels (Williamsport) with 11 each and Valentin with 10 points.

Women’s BasketballIn beating Lehigh Carbon Community College, and winning their fourth straight game, the Lady Wildcats were led by Amy Fassett (Athens), who scored 17 points. Brittany Blessard (Renovo) added 16 points and Sarah Mehlman (North Schuylkill) tallied 14. Fassett also had four steals and five assists while Mehlman and Natali Plavi (Elderton) hauled in eight rebounds each.

Penn College won its fifth straight and matched its longest win streak of the season in topping Penn State Abington. Fassett led the offense with 16 points and Katlyn Stupar (State College) added 10.

Against Penn State Delaware, the Lady Wildcats not only saw their five-game win streak end, but suffered their first Penn State University-Athletic Conference loss of the campaign after eight wins. Penn College led by five at the half, but was outscored 45-22 in the second half. Stupar led the offense with 23 points, but she was the only Lady Wildcat in double figures. Like Penn College, Penn State Delaware also is now 8-1 in the conference.

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