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Six Penn College Coaches Named ‘Coach of the Year’


Enrique CastilloMike PaulhamusChet SchumanSix Pennsylvania College of Technology coaches have been named Coach of the Year n their respective sports for the 2007-08 academic year. All guided their teams to conference championships.

Named Coach of the Year in the Penn State University Athletic Conference were Chet Schuman, whose golf team went 18-0 overall and in the PSUAC; Mike Paulhamus, whose men’s cross-country team went 42-8 overall (28-0 in the PSUAC); Enrique Castillo, whose men’s soccer team went 16-1 (16-0 in the PSUAC); and Chris Howard, whose baseball team completed a 31-13 campaign (19-4 in the PSUAC). Similarly honored in the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference was Kim Antanitis, whose women’s soccer team was 5-7 overall and 4-0 in the EPCC, and in the Pennsylvania Collegiate Athletic Association was Deb Vincenzes, whose bowlers won the men’s overall team championship.

Chris HowardKim AntanitisDeb Vincenzes“Penn College was able to garner six Coach of the Year awards, and obviously they went to teams that won championships,” said Mike Stanzione, college director of athletics.

“We have a great coaching staff at Penn College. All 15 head coaches and our seven assistant coaches do a great job,” he continued.

“At our recent sports banquet, I commented that, obviously, we have great student-athletes at Penn College, but what makes it all go is the tremendous array of coaches we have on staff here. They work hard and do a fabulous job, working with the kids countless hours and putting in time so that the student-athletes have a great experience. The result of that formula turns out to be winning seasons,” Stanzione added.

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