• Geoff Hensley Named Head Men’s Basketball Coach
    May 22, 2018
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Geoff Hensley has been named head men's basketball coach at Pennsylvania College of Technology, Director of Athletics John Vandevere announced May 21.
  • Haefka Claims Gold at National Outdoor Championship
    May 21, 2018

    NEWBERRY, Fla. ? Penn College freshman Nathaniel Haefka won the 2018 USA Archery National Outdoor Collegiate Championship in Men's Bowhunter this past weekend. Haefka highlighted a Penn College team that had four all-americans and four more top eight finishes.
  • Women's Basketball Summer Camp: Aug. 6-9
    May 16, 2018
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- Penn College women's basketball coach Lauren Healy has announced her Boys & Girls Youth Basketball Summer Camp for August 6 - 9 in The Field House.
  • Penn College’s Rallies Late; Falls to Berks in NEAC Title Game
    May 13, 2018

    READING, Pa. ? Penn College used a late rally to even the North Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Championship against Penn State Berks in the seventh inning, but the Nittany Lions answered in the ensuing innings to claim the NEAC Title with a 17-12 victory.
  • Wildcats Bounce Back from Berks Loss; Advance to NEAC Championship
    May 12, 2018
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    READING, Pa. ? Penn College recovered from a 3-0 setback to Penn State Berks early Saturday in the North Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Championship, with a 9-4 win against Penn State Abington in the elimination game. The win pits the Wildcats against Berks, Sunday, 10 a.m., in a rematch of last season's title tilt.
  • Wildcats Rally to Down Abington in NEAC Playoffs
    May 11, 2018
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    READING, Pa. ? Penn College plated three unanswered runs to knock off Penn State Abington, 3-2, in North Eastern Athletic Conference baseball playoffs Friday. The win advanced the No. 2 seeded Wildcats to Saturday's, 12 p.m., winner's bracket game opposite No. 1 seed Penn State Berks.
  • Kittle Named All-NEAC First Team; Bair, Cline, and Flicker Earn Second Team
    May 09, 2018
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Four Penn College baseball players were named to the All-North Eastern Athletic Conference team, it was announced Wednesday.
  • SCHEDULE ALERT: Sunday's Baseball Game Cancelled
    May 05, 2018

    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- Due to the forecasted rain in both Williamsport and Abington, Sunday's baseball game against Penn State Abington has been canceled. The will not be made up because Sunday is the final day for North Eastern Athletic Conference play.
  • PSU Berks Takes Two From Wildcats in NEAC Doubleheader
    May 05, 2018
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    PSU Berks Takes Two From Wildcats in NEAC Doubleheader WILLIAMSPORT, PA: PSU Berks took a pair of Penn College on Saturday afternoon winning game one by a score of 8-5 and game two 8-0. Penn College falls to 18-13 overall and 9-3 in the NEAC while PSU Berks improves to 21-9 overall and a perfect 16-0 in NEAC play. In Game One: Penn State Berks third baseman Toby Welk was a one man offensive show as he hit a two run homerun in the top of the first inning and added a three run shot in the fifth as Berks went on to win game one by a score of 8-5. Richard Lennon knocked in an RBI in the bottom of the first on a groundout too short to trim Berks lead to 2-1. Trailing 5-1 in the bottom of the fifth Ben Flicker reached on a fielder's choice that scored two runs on a throwing error by the Berks shortstop. Trailing 8-3 in the bottom of the sixth inning Richard Lennon blasted a solo shot to left to bring the Wildcats a run closer at 8-4. Trailing by four in the bottom of the seventh inning Penn College was able to load the bases with one out. Lennon was able to beat out a game ending double play that scored Cody Cline on the play to make it an 8-5 game with two outs. With runners on the corners and two outs Alex Laudenslager was able to close it out for Berks as he struck out Colton Riley to end the game. Nathan Holt took the loss for the Wildcats as he allowed eight runs, seven earned in 5.1 innings. Brittan Kittle and Ben Flicker had two hits and an RBI in game one. In Game Two: A good old fashioned pitcher's duel took place in game two with PSU Berks starting pitcher Sean Pavlik outdueling Penn College's Max Bair. The two went toe-to-toe until the top of the seventh when Berks was able to plate three runs. Berks tacked on five in the top of the ninth as they went on to win 8-0. Penn College threatened in the bottom of the fourth inning when Alex Zelger hit a single to short and stole second with no one out. Pavlik however dug deep striking out Cline and flicker while inducing a Kittle groundball to first to end the inning and strand Zelger at second. PSU Berks threatened in the top of the sixth inning when they got a runner to second with two outs but Bair was able to get Dalton Hughes to line out to right to end the threat. Welk continued his hot day at the plate in the top of the seventh when he ripped a leadoff double to the left field gap. After a bunt attempt was fielded and unable to get Welk out at third Tyler Comport hit a sharp single to second to score the first run of the game for the Nittany Lions. With one out and the bases loaded Damian Mace hit a two-RBI single just inside the 3rd base line and past a diving flicker to increase Berks lead to 3-0. Bair was able to pitch out of the jam and strand runners on second and third with a slow roller back to himself and a groundout to short. Pavlik was the star of the game. After allowing Zelger to single and reach second in the 4th inning he retired the next 18 Wildcats that he faced. Pavlik earned his fourth win of the season allowing just one hit while striking out six. Penn College is scheduled to return to action tomorrow with a NEAC Doubleheader against PSU Abington with a Noon start.
  • LOCATION CHANGE: Baseball Playing at Logue Field Saturday
    May 05, 2018
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    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- The baseball game between Penn College and Penn State Berks scheduled for 1 p.m. on Saturday has been been moved to Logue Field (700 Foresman St., Williamsport)