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‘Wildcat Weekly’ Previews Upcoming Events, Recaps Results

Wildcat women's soccer team in recent actionVol. 4, No. 5

Recent Results/Upcoming Games (Through Sunday, Sept. 26) Baseball Overall record: 4-8 EPCC record: 3-3 CCAC record: 3-3

Wednesday, Sept. 22 at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, W, 7-2; W, 9-2 Saturday, Sept. 25 hosted Penn State Delaware at Bowman Field, L, 8-4; L, 15-10 Tuesday, Sept. 28 at Lehigh Carbon Community College, 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1 at Penn State Hazleton, noon Sunday, Oct. 3 at Luzerne County Community College, 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4 host Penn State Berks at Bowman Field, 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6 host Northampton County Community College at Bowman Field, 1 p.m. (All games doubleheaders) Men’s Soccer Overall record: 8-1 EPCC record: 7-0 CCAC record: 5-0

Tuesday, Sept. 21 at Northampton County Community College, W, 2-1 Thursday, Sept. 23 at Penn State Scranton, W, 5-0 Saturday, Sept. 25 hosted Penn State Mont Alto, W, 6-0 Monday, Sept. 27 at Penn State Delaware, 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 30 at Penn State York, 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2 host Manor College, 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4 at Penn State Hazleton, 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9 at Reading Community College, 1 p.m.Women’s Soccer Overall record: 1-3-1 EPCC record: 1-1-1

Wednesday, Sept. 22 hosted Luzerne County Community College, W, 3-2 Friday, Sept. 24 hosted Allegheny (Md.) College, L, 3-0 Monday, Sept. 27 at Luzerne County Community College, canceled Thursday, Sept. 30 host College Misericordia Jayvees, 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2 host Manor College, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6 at Penn State Berks, 4 p.m. Golf CCAC/EPCC record: 10-0

Friday, Sept. 24 hosted invitational at White Deer, finished first in a six -team field Tuesday, Sept. 28 at Mountain Valley, 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 4 EPCC Tournament at Golden Oaks, 11 a.m.Cross Country Men’s overall record: 8-4 Men’s EPCC record: 8-0 Men’s CCAC record: 7-0 Women’s Overall/EPCC record: 2-0

Wednesday, Sept. 22 at Luzerne Community College Invitational, men finished first in a five-team field. Saturday, Oct. 2 at Penn State Scranton Invitational, 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9 at Bloomsburg Invitational, 10 a.m. Women’s Volleyball Overall record: 11-2 CCAC-West: 3-2

Monday, Sept. 20 hosted Penn State New Kensington, W, 3-0 Thursday, Sept. 23 at Penn State DuBois, L, 3-2 Sunday, Sept. 26 hosted Penn State McKeesport, ppd. to Oct. 3 Tuesday, Sept. 28 at Penn State New Kensington, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2 at Penn State Beaver, 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 3 host Penn State McKeesport, 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4 at Penn State McKeesport, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6 host Penn State Fayette, 7 p.m.Team TennisOverall/CCAC record: 1-2

Monday, Sept. 20 at Penn State Abington, L, 6-3 Saturday, Sept. 25 host Penn State Delaware, W, 7-2 Wednesday, Sept. 29 at Penn State York, 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2 host Penn State Hazleton, noon Monday, Oct. 4 host Penn State Abington, 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 7 at Penn State Delaware, 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9 at Penn State Mont Alto, 1 p.m.‘Cat Tales Baseball In sweeping Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Matt Comp (Newport) and Brad Reed (Pine Grove) each went 3-for-4 at the plate in the first game and, in the nightcap, John Vitovsky (Western Wayne), Derrick Cimini (South Williamsport) and Jim Woodring (Waynesboro) each went 2-for-4. The Wildcats pounded out 16 hits in the first game and 13 in the second and Penn College pitchers limited Wilkes-Barre hitters to just two hits in each game. Against Penn State-Delaware, Vitovsky went 3-for-3 and Reed 3-for-5 in the second game of a doubleheader loss.Men’s Soccer Jordan Myers (York) scored on an assist from Mike Angell (Central York) and Jhon Soto (Kensington) scored unassisted as the Wildcats held off Northampton County Community College. Wildcat goalie Ryan Swartz (Muhlenberg) shut down Northampton until the 88th minute. Simply put, Penn College dominated defensively in its win over Penn State Scranton, limiting it to no shots on goal and no corner kicks. On offense, the Wildcats continued to soar, getting two goals from Matt Dennis (Northeastern). Other Penn College goals were scored by Angell, Myers and Soto. The Wildcats completed a 3-0 week by blanking Penn State-Mont Alto. Angell led the offense with three goals. For the season, Myers and Dennis each have scored eight goals while Angell has tallied seven. Myers, Angell and Andrew Dougherty-Hamod each have five assists.Women’s Soccer Nicole Crouse (York) scored twice and Janelle Stetts (Bishop Neumann) added one and Sara Tietbohl (West York) had two assists to lead the Lady Wildcats to their first win of the season in beating Luzerne County Community College.Cross CountryTom Lambert (Bangor) crossed the finish line first while Justin Alberts (Greenwood) was third, Dan Arminavage (Annville-Cleona) fourth and Ryan Lampart (Hazleton) sixth to lead the Penn College men to a first-place finish in a five-team invitational at Luzerne County Community College. For the Lady Wildcats, who also finished first as the only women’s team entered, Jennie Mull (Huntingdon) was third, Rachel Sledzinski (Western Wayne) fourth and Krystal Sheredos (Bangor) sixth.Women’s Volleyball Against Penn State New Kensington, Natalie Plavi (Elderton) and Janell Thompson (Northern Potter) each had nine kills, Marie Bova (Bethlehem Catholic) had nine digs, Amber Geckle (Indian Valley) had 17 assists and Maria McNett (Canton) had six aces on 24 of 24 serves. Penn State DuBois took three of five games against Penn College to hand the Lady Wildcats just their second loss of the season. Standing out for Penn College were McNett, who was 25 of 25 on her serves with three aces; Courtney Eisenhofer (Schuylkill Haven), who had 14 kills; and Ann Allton (York Catholic), who had 12 kills.GolfPenn College’s Brandon Smith (Wellsboro) took medalist honors with a 73 as the Wildcats finished first in a six-team field at White Deer Golf Course and extended their two-season unbeaten streak to 55 matches.Team TennisPenn College posted its first win of the campaign, beating Penn State Delaware, 7-2, in a home match.

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