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Williamsport, PA
6,251
1989
Blue & White
Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour
John Vandevere
Jackie Klahold
Matt Blymier
Tom Zimmerman
Elliott Strickland
Derrick Winters
2014
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Williamsport, PA 17701
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  • Quarry Earns Bronze at Archery Nationals
    May 19, 2019
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    DUBLIN, OH ? Penn College freshman Trevor Quarry (Lebanon, Pa.) took bronze in the men's recurve at the USA Archery Outdoor National Championship Sunday and helped in the Wildcats to a 26th-place finish, in perhaps the toughest field ever.
  • Kittle and Holt Named All-NEAC First Team; Carles and Flicker Second Team
    May 08, 2019
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College placed four players on the North Eastern Athletic Conference baseball all-conference team it was announced Wednesday. Junior Brittan Kittle (Millville, Pa.) and sophomore Nathan Holt (Shippensburg, Pa.) were named to the first team, while freshmen Jacob Carles (Bernville, Pa.) and Alex Flicker (Topton, Pa.) earned second team honors.
  • Wildcats Bow Out of NEAC Playoffs
    May 07, 2019
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College dropped an 8-3 decision to Wells College in the first round of the North Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Championship Playoffs Tuesday afternoon. The Wildcats wrapped up their season at 14-22.
  • Penn College Completes Sweep of Poly; Will Host NEAC Playoff Game
    May 05, 2019
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    ROME, N.Y. ? Penn College used another ninth inning run to pick up a 7-6 win over SUNY Poly in the North Eastern Athletic Conference baseball regular season finale Sunday. Penn College wrapped up the regular season at 10-6 NEAC, 14-21 overall, while Poly finished at 7-11, 10-26.
  • Wildcats Edged by Penn State Berks in NEAC Championship
    May 04, 2019
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    READING, Pa. ? Penn College reached its first ever North Eastern Athletic Conference softball championship game after a 4-0 win over SUNY Cobleskill, before falling to Penn State Berks, 3-2, in the finals Saturday in Reading.
  • Penn College Scores Late to Beat Poly Twice; Secures NEAC Playoff Berth
    May 04, 2019
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    CLINTON, N.Y. ? Penn College traveled to New York in a rescheduled NEAC baseball doubleheader to face SUNY Poly. In the Battle of the Wildcats, it took the Penn College Wildcats extra innings to knock off the SUNY Poly Wildcats in the first game 6-1, and then went on to win the second game 5-4. Penn College improved to 13-21 overall, 9-6 NEAC, while SUNY Poly fell to 10-25, 7-10.
  • Penn College Splits on First Day of NEAC Final Four; Advances to Saturday’s Semifinal
    May 03, 2019
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    READING, Pa. ? Penn College advanced to the second day of the North Eastern Athletic Conference Final Four after going 1-1 on the first day. The Wildcats beat SUNY Cobleskill, 7-1, in the first game, before dropping a 3-1 decision to Penn State Berks in the second game.
  • Shreiner and Heritage Earn All-NEAC First Team Honors; Krow Second Team; Brooks Third Team
    May 02, 2019
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College placed four players on the North Eastern Athletic Conference softball all-conference team it was announced Thursday. Senior Kylie Shreiner (East Petersburg, Pa.) and sophomore Morgan Heritage (New Castle, Del.) were named to the first team, senior Taylor Krow (Mechanicsburg, Pa.) earned second team honors, and senior Taylor Brooks (Cogan Station, Pa) landed on the third team.
  • Penn College Honors Student-Athletes
    May 01, 2019
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College honored seven student-athletes with four awards at the third annual Athletics Banquet Wednesday evening.
  • Penn College Ousts Abington; Advances to NEAC Final Four
    April 30, 2019
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College scored four runs in the first inning en route to a 5-2 win over Penn State Abington in the first round of the North Eastern Athletic Conference softball playoffs Tuesday. The Wildcats improved to 22-13, while the Lions ended their season at 16-22.
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