CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Wilson College freshman pitcher Megan Potter (Hagerstown, Md., South Hagerstown) was recognized as a member of the Fastpitch News (FPN) All-American team. Potter, who had an outstanding freshman campaign, received honorable-mention accolades on the team.
DANBURRY, Conn. - The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) has announced its 2017 Division III South Softball major award recipients and All-ECAC selections. Wilson College senior Jenna Knable (Clear Spring, Md., Clear Spring) and freshman Megan Potter (Hagerstown, Md., South Hagerstown) were each named as ECAC South Division III All-Stars.
READING, PA - The Wilson College softball team ended the post season today with two games. The first game against Keuka College ended 7-2 Wolves. The second game against Penn State Abington was the second loss of the day for the Phoenix and ended 5-3 Nittany Lions.
BERKS, PA. - The Wilson College softball team played against Cazenovia College in their first game of the 2017 postseason. The Phoenix (25-12) defeated the Wildcats (19-18) by two runs in a game that ended 4-2 Phoenix.
GANSEVOORT, N.Y. - The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) has announced its 2017 Softball South Division All-Conference selections. Wilson College student-athletes Jenna Knable (Clear Spring, Md., Clear Spring), Kayla Sullenberger (Mechanicsburg, Pa. , Cumberland Valley ), and Megan Potter (Hagerstown, Md., South Hagerstown) earned First Team honors, while Jennifer Hornberger (Coal Township, Pa. , Shamokin Area ) was a Second Team selection.
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - For the ninth straight year, the Wilson College softball team will compete in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Softball Championships which begin this Friday, May 5 on the campus of Penn State Berks.
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Wilson College softball team hosted Penn State Berks in a pivotal North Eastern Athletic Conference show down that had first place in the South Division on the line. The Nittany Lions, (25-7, 19-1 NEAC) swept the Phoenix (24-12, 15-5 NEAC) by scores of 9-0 in six inning and 3-2.