Last season, coach Geoff Hensley's first, the foundation to his program was laid. This year, with some seasoned players returning and much-needed height added, he hopes to take it to the next level, but knows it will take a bit of time ? and patience.
READING, Pa. ? Penn College dropped a 6-0 decision to Penn State Berks in the North Eastern Athletic Conference women's soccer semifinals Saturday. The Nittany Lions improved to 14-6, while the Wildcats wrapped up their season at 10-9-1.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College landed seven players on the All-North Eastern Athletic Conference women's soccer team, it was announced Thursday. The Wildcats tied its program record with the seven selections, and along with Penn State Berks, had the most all-conference players in the conference.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College junior Chris McFarland was named to the All-North Eastern Athletic Conference men's soccer second team, it was announced Thursday. It was McFarland's second All-NEAC selection, following a third team nod last season.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College overcame a 1-0 deficit, with four unanswered goals, in a 4-1 win over SUNY Poly in a North Eastern Athletic Conference women's soccer quarterfinal match Tuesday at UPMC Field. Penn College improved to 11-8-1, while Poly ended its season at 7-10-1.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College opened its 2019-20 at the Lycoming Invitational hosted by Lycoming College Sunday. The Wildcats entered 13 wrestlers in the non-team scoring event that was split into freshman/sophomore and junior/senior brackets.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College dropped a 4-1 decision to Keuka College in a North Eastern Athletic Conference women's soccer match Saturday at UPMC Field. The Wildcats concluded the regular season at 8-3 NEAC, 9-8-1 overall, while Wolves finished 10-1, 13-4.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. ? Penn College finished its 2019 campaign with a pair of setbacks in women's volleyball tri-meet Saturday at Bardo Gym. The Wildcats fell to Penn State Abington, 3-0, in a North Eastern Athletic Conference match, and dropped a 3-1 decision to King's College in a non-conference meet. Penn College finished the season at 0-11 NEAC, 1-23 overall.
COBLESKILL, N.Y. -- Penn College finished fifth at the North Eastern Athletic Conference men's cross country championship Saturday at SUNY Cobleskill. Matthew Leiby led the Wildcats with a 19th place finish by navigating the 8K course in 29:18.