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Wildcat Basketball Teams End Fall Semester


As the fall semester came to an end, Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball team closed out an 0-2 week. The wrestling team is in action this Friday at the Wilkes University Open.

FLASHBACK
Men’s Basketball
Competing in the Crosstown Challenge at Lycoming College, the Wildcats lost to York (New York) College, 81-72, on Friday and to Marywood University, 76-56, on Saturday to fall to 1-10 overall. Against York, James Bullock, of Philadelphia, led Penn College in scoring with 24 points; Robert Young Jr., of Abington, added 16 points; and Mike Wenner, of Williamsport, tallied 13. Against Marywood, Bullock led the Wildcats with 12 points and Ryan Lockman, of White Salmon, Washington, added 10. Penn College players hit just 4 of 20 shots from 3-point range. Penn College now is idle until Jan. 9 when it travels to Penn State DuBois.

SCHEDULE/RECORDS/RESULTS
Men’s Basketball
Overall: 1-10
NEAC: 0-3

Friday, Dec. 15 – Crosstown Challenge at Lycoming College vs. York (N.Y.) College, L, 81-72
Saturday, Dec. 16 – Crosstown Challenge at Lycoming College vs. Marywood University, L, 76-56
(Idle until Jan. 9 at Penn State DuBois)

Women’s Basketball
Overall: 1-9
NEAC: 0-3

Saturday, Dec. 9 – vs. Salve Regina University at Newport, Rhode Island, L, 62-52
Sunday, Dec. 10 – at Fisher (Mass.) College, L, 75-69
(Idle until Jan. 8 at Misericordia University)

Wrestling
Overall: 2-5
Friday, Dec. 22 – at Wilkes University Open, 9 a.m.
(Idle until Jan. 6 in North-South Duals at Ursinus College)

For more about the North Eastern Athletic Association, visit the conference website.

For more information, visit the Wildcat Athletics website.

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