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Wildcat Weekly – April 26, 2004


Vol. 3, No. 37

Records/Upcoming Games(Through April 25)

Archery Saturday, May 1 at Battle of Bull Run (Centreville, Va.) Thursday-Sunday, May 13-16 at U.S. Collegiate Outdoor Championships (James Madison University)

Baseball Overall record: 8-4 EPCC record: 6-4

Monday, April 19 at Penn State-Berks, canceled Wednesday, April 21 at Bucks County Community College, L, 6-2; W, 11-10 Saturday, April 24 host Lehigh Carbon at Bowman Field, W, 3-0; W, 5-0. Sunday, April 25 host Penn State Wilkes-Barre at Bowman Field, ppd. rain Tuesday, April 27 host Penn State Wilkes-Barre at Bowman Field, 6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, May 1-2 EPCC Tournament at Northampton Community College (TBA) (Note: All regular-season games doubleheaders)

Softball Overall/EPCC records: 6-7

Monday, April 19 at Penn State-Berks, L, 10-0; L, 5-4 Wednesday, April 21 at Penn State-Schuylkill, L, 5-4; L, 11-7 Saturday, April 24 host Delaware County Community College at Elm Park, W, 7-6; W, 13-1 Wednesday, April 28 at Luzerne County Community College, 2 p.m. Thursday, April 29 EPCC play-in game, if necessary (TBA) Saturday, May 1 EPCC Tournament at Lehigh Carbon Community College (TBA) Saturday-Sunday, May 8-9 – PCAA Championships (TBA)

Tennis Overall/EPCC records: 4-0

Tuesday, April 20 at Delaware County Community College, W, 9-0 Tuesday, April 27 at Bucks County Community College, 3 p.m. Saturday, May 1 EPCC/PCAA Championships at West Branch Tennis Club, South Williamsport (TBA)

Men’s Volleyball Saturday, April 24 at Penn State-Hazleton, finished first among four teams Sunday, May 2 host EPCC/PCAA playoffs at Bardo Gym, 1 p.m. (Penn College vs. Central Penn, Delaware Community College vs. Harrisburg Area Community College in best-of-three; winners to meet in best-of-five for championship)

‘Cat Tales Baseball Chris Faerber (Newport) went 2-for-3 at the plate and Kyle Newberry (Valley View) homered as the Wildcats dropped the first game of a doubleheader against Bucks, but Penn College rebounded in the nightcap as Robert Petrosky (Jersey Shore) and Mike Daciw (Sun Valley) each went 4-for-4. Daciw tripled and drove in three runs. In a doubleheader sweep of Lehigh Carbon, Faerber continued his hot hitting, going 4-for-5 in the two games, and Petrosky was 2-for-3 in the second game. On the mound, Andy Blauvalt (Horseheads, N.Y.) tossed a six-hit shutout in Game One and in the nightcap Jared Rabell (Northwestern) allowed just four hits.

The Wildcats need to win one of their games Tuesday against Penn State Wilkes-Barre to qualify for the playoffs.

Softball In a doubleheader loss to Penn State-Berks, Stacy Cochran (Williamsport) went 2-for-2 in the first game while Angie Hunter (Williamsport) and Mandy Thompson (Bellefonte) had run-scoring doubles in the second game.

The Lady Wildcats snapped a four-game loss streak with a late-week sweep of Delaware. Leading Penn College was Kristen Proctor (State College), who went 6-for-7 at the plate with three doubles.

Penn College needs to win one of its games Wednesday at Luzerne to qualify for the playoffs.

Men’ Volleyball Penn College closed out the regular portion of its schedule with its third straight tournament victory (it beat Delaware County Community College in the finale) and earned the right to host the end-of-the-season championships Sunday at Bardo Gymnasium.

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