VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. ? Penn College finished 1-3 at the Virginia Beach Blast Friday and Saturday. The Wildcats lost to Manhattanville, 7-1, Roanoke, 13-1, and SUNY Fredonia, 8-1, and finished the tournament with a 5-4 win against Shenandoah.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. ? Penn College split its final two games during its Spring Break trip in Myrtle Beach. The Wildcats were defeated by Bridgewater 25-0 before beating Wilkes University 7-4 to conclude their spring trip with an overall record of 3-5.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. ? Penn College lost three straight baseball games Monday and Tuesday during its Spring Break trip in Myrtle Beach. The Wildcats fell to Chatham, 7-2, Catholic University, 9-4, and Mount Aloysius 12-10.
On March 3-4 at the 49th U.S. National Indoor Championships at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, several Pennsylvania College of Technology archers scored well on both the regional and national levels.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. ? Penn College began its Myrtle Beach trip going 1-3 in its first four games. The Wildcats knocked off Mt. Aloysius 8-6, and fell to Cedar Crest 11-3, The Sage Colleges 4-2, and Eureka College 5-4.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. ? Penn College opened the season with a 2-1 mark on opening weekend in Myrtle Beach. The Wildcats knocked off Lehman College 4-1, and split with New England College, winning 2-1 and falling 10-1, Sunday.
After spending her first two years as coach building the program with a freshman-dominated youth movement, Jackie Klahold enters this year with a seasoned squad that she has high hopes for. The Wildcats are scheduled to open their season Sunday in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
With 21 returning players, seven of them starters from last year's team that went 25-13 overall and finished second in the North Eastern Athletic Conference, nobody is overlooking coach Chris Howard's Wildcats this season.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College's Athletic Department hosted its fourth annual Girls & Women in Sports Day Clinic Saturday. Twenty-five student-athletes from five different sports instructed more than 36 local elementary-aged girls in their respective sports. Each girl had the opportunity to participate in archery, basketball, soccer, softball, and volleyball.