Pennsylvania College of Technology

Weather Takes Toll on Penn College Sports Teams

October 4, 2015

Six Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports teams saw action last week but nearly half of the 14 scheduled events were postponed due to the weather. Men’s Soccer At home Sept. 27 in North Eastern Athletic Conference action against SUNY Cobleskill, the Wildcats won, 1-0, as Dan Hibbs, of Loyalsock Township, scored on a penalty[...]

Fall Sports Seasons Continue for Penn College

September 27, 2015

The fall sports season continued last week for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes as the soccer teams each posted a win. Men’s Soccer On Sept. 20 in NEAC action against Wilson College, the Wildcats won, 2-0, as they got second-half scores on an own-goal and a shot by Austin Dowrick, of Olney, Maryland, on an[...]

Three Penn College Sports Teams Taste Victory

September 20, 2015

All eight of the Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports teams were in action last week and wins were recorded by the men’s and women’s soccer teams and men’s tennis squad. Golf The Wildcats opened their season Wednesday at the Keuka College Invitational at Lakeside Country Club in Penn Yan, New York, and finished seventh[...]

Penn College Golfers Ready for Fall Season

September 13, 2015

The Pennsylvania College of Technology golf team steps into action this week, and last week was busy for most other fall sports teams – except the tennis teams, whose scheduled openers on Saturday were postponed a day because of rain. Golf Matt Haile enters his seventh season as coach with two returnees, but, based on[...]

Five Penn College Sports Teams in Action

September 6, 2015

The fall sports season began for Pennsylvania College of Technology teams last week in non-North Eastern Athletic Conference play. Following is a recap of the results: Men’s Soccer In action at home against Central Penn College on Tuesday, freshman Randy Vance, of Greenwood Lake, scored three goals in a 6-0 victory. Two days later, at[...]

‘Pack the Park’ Pregame Honors Championship Wildcats

September 3, 2015

Students, employees and alumni were among the 1,963 fans attending Penn College’s 16th annual “Pack the Park Night” in Susquehanna Bank Park at Historic Bowman Field this week. On the night after the Williamsport Crosscutters clinched their first Pinckney Division title in a decade, the celebratory air continued with the pregame presentation of championship rings[...]

Ring Ceremony, Fall Premiere Make for Super Tuesday

September 2, 2015

Tuesday was a big day for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletics as a championship from last spring was celebrated and the fall sports season began. Players from Penn College’s baseball team were presented their North Eastern Athletic Conference championship rings at Bowman Field prior to the Williamsport Crosscutters game against the Auburn Doubledays. The Wildcats[...]

Penn College Athletes Prepare for Openers

August 23, 2015

With the first week of classes under their belts, Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports athletes are busy preparing for their upcoming seasons. Scheduled to open Tuesday, Sept. 1, are the men’s and women’s cross-country teams, at Misericordia University at 6 p.m.; the men’s soccer team, hosting Central Penn College at 7 p.m.; the women’s[...]

Marketing Internship on Target for Penn College Student-Athlete

July 27, 2015

When Pennsylvania College of Technology student-athlete Justus K. Leimbach stood atop the pitcher’s mound at Clipper Magazine Stadium – home of the Lancaster Barnstormers professional baseball team – to “throw” the honorary first pitch on June 19, he did not take the usual stance. more»

Wildcats Accepted for Second Year of NCAA Division III Membership

July 20, 2015

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has approved Pennsylvania College of Technology to advance to its second year of provisional membership in Division III, effective Sept. 1. The announcement comes following the first year of provisional membership in Division III for Penn College. more»

Athletics Announces 2015’s Hall of Fame Class

July 5, 2015

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Athletics Department has announced its 2015 Hall of Fame class: Hannah Miles, Bridget Metzger, Coleby Frye, Devon Liquori and Lindsey (Fackler) Kornbau. The inductees will enter the Hall of Fame beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. more»

Penn College Archers Finish Third in Nation

May 27, 2015

Pennsylvania College of Technology archers used three first-place finishes to end third overall at the U.S. Outdoor Collegiate National Championships in Harrisonburg, Virginia, over the weekend. In addition, the Wildcats had eight All-Americans. “We shot strong all weekend, and I am very proud of how we finished,” said coach Chad Karstetter, who is in his[...]

Wildcats’ First Year of NCAA Affiliation Seen as ‘Smashing Success’

May 25, 2015

Highlighted by its baseball championship team, Pennsylvania College of Technology’s first year as a member of the North Eastern Athletic Conference as a provisional member of NCAA Division III was a smashing success. “I am extremely pleased on how our athletics program transitioned to the NCAA Division III level,” said Scott Kennell, college director of[...]

Penn College Archers Headed to Nationals

May 17, 2015

On April 25-26 at the Outdoor Eastern Regional Intercollegiate Archery Championships, Pennsylvania College of Technology archers took five firsts and five second-place finishes in their final tune-up leading into this week’s U.S. National Outdoor Collegiate Championship at James Madison University in Virginia. more»

Champion Archer Demonstrates Skill for Visiting Cub Scout Pack

May 14, 2015

The boys from Cub Scout Pack 38 (and their parents) were treated to an archery exhibition by Wildcat All-American Kendel F. Baier on Wednesday evening, leaving campus quite impressed with her prowess and accuracy. more»

Penn College Baseball Team Saves Its Best for Last

May 10, 2015

The Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball team saved its best for last as, during its first season in the North Eastern Athletic Conference, it claimed the conference championship and ended its season with an 18-18 overall record. Going into the NEAC playoffs on Friday at Marcy, New York, coach Chris Howard said his fourth-seeded team[...]

Staff/Faculty Pull Off Comeback Volleyball Win Over Students

May 7, 2015

In their annual volleyball match against a staff/faculty team Wednesday night, students won the first set by a 25-21 score. That momentum continued in the second set, as the students charged to a 6-0 lead. more»

Wildcats Seeded Fourth in NEAC Baseball Playoffs

May 5, 2015

Despite its No. 4 seed and the fact that it opens North Eastern Athletic Conference playoff action against top-seeded SUNY Poly, Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball coach Chris Howard believes his team has what it takes to win. Penn College, 7-7 in the NEAC and 15-18 overall, most recently lost at SUNY Poly (11-3, 16-14)[...]

Seasons End for Two Teams, Baseball Squad Gears Up for Playoffs

May 3, 2015

The Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball team is gearing up for North Eastern Athletic Conference postseason action after finishing fourth during the regular season while seasons ended for the softball and women’s tennis teams last week. Baseball On April 26 at Keuka College, the Wildcats split, winning 3-2 and losing 3-1. In the first game,[...]

Six Members of College’s Martial Arts Club Attain New Belt Levels

April 28, 2015

After a very successful competitive season in the East Coast Collegiate Karate Union, the Martial Arts Club capped off its year Saturday with a belt promotion in Bardo Gym. Participating in the event were Lycoming College, Bucknell University, Nittany Shotokan and Penn College. more»

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