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Variety of Intramural Activities Available to College Community


A variety of intramural activities have been announced for the Field House and other facilities. The Field House and outdoor basketball court/ice rink are located on the west end of the Pennsylvania College of Technology campus; the Field House is the location for indoor intramural activities and open gym.

Field House/Outdoor Basketball Court Hours* Monday-Friday 1-11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 2-10 p.m.

* Hours are subject to change due to certain circumstances

Important Information To use the Field House or outdoor basketball court/ice rink, you must be a Penn College student or faculty/staff member with a valid Penn College ID card. No Penn College ID? No Field House or outdoor basketball court! You must have your ID card scanned at the Field House desk upon entering the facility.

Upcoming Intramural Activities

  • Foul-Shot and Three-Point Competition 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16; Field House
  • Doubles Pool Tournament

    7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18; CC Game Room

  • Doubles Pool Tournament

    5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23; CC Game Room

All activities are free to students, staff and faculty with avalid Penn College ID card. Sign up today at the Field House!

For more information, contact Lisa Worth, athletic assistant, at ext 7860 or by e-mail; Jeremy Bottorf. intramural/Fitness Center assistant, at ext. 3721 or by e-mail.

Swim for FreeAll Penn College students are encouraged to use the swimming facilities at the Williamsport YWCA for FREE! Just bring your Penn College ID, sign in at the information desk and enjoy your swim. Penn College students also may participate in all swimming classes. The Williamsport YWCA is at 815 W. Fourth St., just a 10-minute walk from campus. The Fall 2008 semester schedule of pool availability and swimming classes is available at the Field House and the CC Information Desk.

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