Pennsylvania College of Technology

Dance Team to Hold ‘Take the Stage’ Fundraiser on May 3

April 17, 2014

The Wildcat Dance Team will hold its spring “Take the Stage” dance production at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 3, in the Klump Academic Center Auditorium. The biannual event includes performances by guest students from the Milissa Augustine Dance Academy. Penn College’s Klump Academic Center Auditorium on Saturday afternoon for its winter production. A fundraiser for […]

Back-and-Forth Lead Changes Go Against Extramural Hoops Team

April 17, 2014

In an extramural basketball game with Lycoming College on Wednesday, Penn College came ready to play … but came up short. Lycoming was hot from the start, missing very few shots, but Penn College weathered the storm and took the lead midway through the first half. more»

Penn College Athletics Pens Nike Deal with Lids Team Sports

April 16, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology Athletics has partnered with Lids Team Sports to have Nike become the official provider of uniforms, footwear and equipment for its intercollegiate athletic teams.  The three-year agreement will begin July 1 with the department procuring the Nike products exclusively f more»

Longsderff Named PSUAC ‘Pitcher of the Week’

April 15, 2014

Senior Josh Longsderff, of Columbia, has been named the Penn State University Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for the period ending April 13. Longsderff captured two of the team’s six wins on the week, including a complete-game shutout against Penn State York. more»

Rain Cancels ‘Tuesday Night Lights’ Ballgame, Related Events

April 15, 2014

Tuesday’s scheduled baseball game between Penn College and Penn State Wilkes-Barre, the Wildcats’ first-ever evening contest, has been canceled due to rain. A number of related “Tuesday Night Lights” events were planned in conjunction with the game (and the college’s ongoing Centennial celebration); they, too, were canceled.

Penn College Baseball Team on a Roll

April 13, 2014

The Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball team won four of its five games last week while its softball team went 0-2 and men’s tennis squad 1-1. Baseball A two-out, run-scoring double in the bottom of the 11th inning sent the Wildcats to an 8-7 nonconference loss to Marywood University on Sunday. Zach Weil, of Kutztown, […]

Slow Start Dooms Staff/Faculty Volleyball Team

April 8, 2014

The student volleyball team came prepared to extend its streak to two; the staff/faculty challengers were ready to get back to their winning ways. Ultimately, intramural assistant Jeremy R. more»

Stopper Named PSUAC Softball ‘Pitcher of the Week’

April 8, 2014

Penn College freshman Arika J. Stopper, of Williamsport, has been named the Penn State University Athletic Conference ‘Pitcher of the Week’ for the period ending April 6. more»

Weil Named USCAA, PSUAC ‘Baseball Hitter of the Week’

April 8, 2014

Penn College junior Zachary A. Weil, of Kutztown, has been named the United States Collegiate Athletic Association and Penn State University Athletic Conference Baseball Hitter of the Week for the period ending April 6. more»

Got Game? Former Student-Athletes Toss Extra Talents Into Careers

April 6, 2014

From the Spring 2014 One College Avenue: Alumni of Wildcat athletic programs apply lessons from the field, court, course and mat to their post-Penn College lives. more»

Penn College Teams Have 5-6 Week, Name Full-Time Head Coach

April 6, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology spring sports teams posted a combined 5-6 week and the college announced the naming of its first full-time head coach. Baseball Penn College opened Penn State University Athletic Conference play on Monday with a twin-bill loss to Penn State Greater Allegheny, 5-4 in eight innings and 5-0. In the first game, […]

Howard Named Full-Time Head Baseball Coach at Penn College

April 6, 2014

The Pennsylvania College of Technology Athletics Department has elevated head baseball coach Christopher H. Howard to full time starting in the 2014-15 academic year. The coaching position is the first of three being changed for the upcoming year. more»

Campus ‘Coaches Caravan’ Visit Quickly Sells Out

April 3, 2014

All 250 available seats have been sold for the Penn State Coaches Caravan event at Penn College on Tuesday, May 20. The luncheon, set for the Field House on the college’s main campus, is one of 17 visits by Nittany Lion head football coach James Franklin and others. Scheduled to join Franklin on the tour’s […]

Staff/Faculty Team Hopes to Avenge Last Year’s Volleyball Loss to Students

April 3, 2014

Tuesday’s 5 p.m. staff/faculty vs. students volleyball game is shaping up to be a great matchup, as both teams made minor adjustments to their rosters in hopes of winning.  The staff/faculty squad, once again led by Dan Warner, looks to get back on the winning track against the student team that knocked them off last […]

Wildcats’ First Night Baseball Game Adds to Centennial Celebration

April 7, 2014

“Tuesday Night Lights,” Penn College’s first-ever evening baseball game – and a Centennial event – will be held at 7 p.m. April 15 at Bowman Field. In addition to the game against Wilkes University, there will be free hot dogs, chips, soda and Centennial chocolate bars from 6:45-7:30 p.m.; giveaways that include T-shirts, tumblers and […]

Penn College Spring Sports Interrupted by Weather

March 30, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology spring sports athletes competed in just four of 12 scheduled events last week as Mother Nature ruled. Baseball Returning to action after an 11-day layoff and stepping up against NCAA Division II Mansfield University, the Wildcats fell by scores of 7-3 and 19-5 on Tuesday to go to 6-4 overall. In […]

Penn College Lacrosse Wins Two for First-Ever National Ranking

March 24, 2014

The Penn College Lacrosse Club took a road trip to Moravian College this past weekend for its first games in a month, coming home with a national ranking – No. 21 – for the first time in the team’s history. The opponents were Penn State Berks in the first game and No. 13 Moravian in the second. The following […]

Four Students Place in Eastern Martial Arts Tournament

March 24, 2014

Penn College’s Martial Arts Club traveled to Williamsburg, Va., this past weekend for a two-day karate camp. The College of William and Mary was the site of the East Coast Collegiate Karate Union camp, which (in addition to participants from Penn College and the host institution) included students from West Chester University, Drexel University, Bucknell […]

Penn College Men’s Tennis Season Opening

March 23, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s first men’s tennis team is set to take to the court Tuesday at Baptist Bible College and coach Robert Kemrer is counting on three returning starters from what previously had been a co-ed team to lead the way. Opening at No. 1 and No. 2 singles for the Wildcats will be […]

Wildcat Sluggers Nab Weekly Conference Honors

March 20, 2014

Junior baseball player Zachary Buterbaugh, of Conestoga, and freshman softball player Jessica Gmerek, of Bellefonte, were named Penn State University Athletic Conference “Hitters of the Week” for the period ending March 16.  As both players competed for their respective teams duri more»

Penn College Wrestlers Finish No. 24 in NCWA

March 16, 2014

Over the past week for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes, the wrestling season came to an end and the baseball and softball seasons began. Wrestling Sophomore Dan Frankenfield, of Dushore, finished 4-2 in the 174-pound weight class to lead Penn College wrestlers at the National Collegiate Wrestling Association National Championships in Allen, Texas, Thursday through […]

Women’s Softball Team Opening; Wrestlers Headed to Nationals

March 9, 2014

With the women’s softball season about to begin, six wrestlers headed for national championships and baseball and archery seasons under way, it is a busy time for Pennsylvania College of Technology athletes. Softball The Wildcats are coming off a disappointing 11-19 season, but a strong finish a year ago that saw them win five of […]

Wildcat Student-Athletes Again Serve as Literacy Ambassadors

March 4, 2014

Thirteen Penn College student-athletes made the short trip to Williamsport’s Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School on Tuesday to take part in the annual “Reading with the Wildcats” program. The student-athletes staged a play based on Dr. more»

National Contender Honored at Wrestling ‘Senior Day’

March 3, 2014

After a season of multiple postponements and cancellations, the Penn College wrestling team was able to honor its lone graduating senior, Joe Champluvier, in front of a packed house in Bardo Gymnasium before the start of Saturday’s Mid-East Conference Championships.  Head coach Schuyler Frey s more»

Penn College Baseball Season Looms, Six Wrestlers Headed to Nationals

March 2, 2014

Despite stubborn winter weather, the Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball team will begin its season later this week, while in tournament action Saturday, six Wildcat wrestlers qualified for national championships. Baseball Penn College is coming off its winningest season ever and coach Chris Howard is hopeful of more good things to come. The Wildcats open […]

‘Women in Sports Day’ Canceled Due to Forecast

February 28, 2014

The ‘Women in Sports Day” celebration, scheduled for 11:45 a.m. Sunday in Penn’s Inn, has been canceled due to the impending winter storm.

Staff/Faculty Hoops Team Victorious in Latest Student Matchup

February 28, 2014

“The only thing colder than students’ shooting is the Polar Vortex,” intramural assistant Jeremy R. Bottorf quipped, recapping the team’s performance during Thursday’s renewed rivalry with its staff/faculty challengers. more»

Penn College Lacrosse Club Splits Two in Baltimore

February 26, 2014

To find some warm weather and a playing field without snow, the Penn College Lacrosse Club headed to comparably balmy Baltimore this past weekend to take on Division I nationally ranked No. 7 Towson University and Morgan State University. Towson is the only Division I opponent that the Division II Wildcats would face all year, […]

Penn College Wrestlers Host National Qualifier

February 23, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers look to qualify for nationals and its archers are set to get their season under way this week. Wrestling Wrestlers step into the first round of national competition Saturday when they host the National Collegiate Wrestling Association Mid-East Conference Championships at Bardo Gymnasium. Action on three mats begins at 9:30 […]

Feb. 27 Basketball Showdown to Pit Staff/Faculty Against Students

February 18, 2014

The annual Staff/Faculty vs. Students Basketball Game will be played at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in Bardo Gym. The employee team is looking to end the students’ winning streak and, while the teams are still being finalized, intramural assistant Jeremy R. Bottorf said the game promises to be a good one. Come out to […]

Three Penn College Wrestlers PSUAC Champs

February 14, 2014

Three Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers won individual Penn State University Athletic Conference Championships and the team placed third during action Feb. 9 at Penn State’s Rec Hall. Also last week, the men’s and women’s basketball teams closed out their seasons. Wrestling Aaron Doll, of Glen Rock, at 125 pounds; Joe Champluvier, of Laceyville, at […]

Lady Wildcat Basketball Team Honors Graduating Senior

February 10, 2014

On Saturday, the Penn College women’s basketball team honored lone senior Alison K. Van Metter prior to the start of its game against Penn State Hazleton. Van Metter, an occupational therapy assistant major from Saylorsburg, is a three-year member of the squad and team captain for the past two. more»

Penn College Basketball Teams Show Improvement

February 9, 2014

As their seasons near a conclusion, Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams continue to show improvement, each posting back-to-back wins for the first time this season, and its wrestlers are fine-tuning for the postseason. Men’s Basketball After a Monday night postponement, the Wildcats returned to action Thursday at Penn State Brandywine and, […]

Penn College Wrestlers Set for Postseason

February 4, 2014

In their final tune-up before Sunday’s Penn State University Athletic Conference/United States Collegiate Athletic Association Championships, Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers competed Sunday in the Jayhawk Open at Jamestown (N.Y.) Community College and Wildcat Dan Frankenfield recorded a second-place finish in the 174-pound weight class. more»

Quartet of Martial Artists Travels to Penn State for Seminar/Tourney

February 3, 2014

Four members of the Penn College Martial Arts Club team attended a training seminar and tournament at The Pennsylvania State University on Saturday. Mathew D. Johnson, Alexander J. Hilton, Lewis C. Muya and Eric M. Russell represented Penn College, joining students from the host club, as well as from Drexel, Temple and Bucknell universities. Russell […]

Penn College Basketball Teams Post Wins

February 2, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams each tasted victory over the past week and the wrestling squad, in actual individual matches wrestled, showed some strength, too. Men’s Basketball A poor finish proved costly Monday as Penn College, which led by six at the half and was up by one with just under […]

‘Red Out’ Shows Enthusiastic Heart of Penn College

January 30, 2014

Wednesday’s Wildcat men’s basketball game was a “Red Out” to raise awareness and money in fighting heart disease, and the evocative color was very much on display in Bardo Gym. During its pregame warmups, the team wore “Heart of Steel” T-shirts donated by nursing student Miranda S. more»

Baseball Brothers Pull Double Play as Co-’Students of the Month’

January 29, 2014

The start of the year brings a first for Pennsylvania College of Technology: the selection of twin brothers as Students of the Month. Chosen for the Student Government Association honor are Cody E. Buterbaugh, a building automation technology major, and Zachary J. Buterbaugh, an accounting student. more»

Basketball ‘Gold Out’ Advances THON’s Fight Against Cancer

January 27, 2014

Fans were urged to dress appropriately for Monday’s “Gold Out” men’s basketball game against Penn State Lehigh Valley, a shimmering sign of solidarity against pediatric cancer. Attendees could pay a dollar to take a half-court shot at halftime. more»

Tuesday Wrestling Match to Include ‘Let’s Make a Deal,’ Free Food

January 27, 2014

Support the Penn College wrestling team in its 7 p.m. match against Alfred (N.Y.) State on Tuesday and you may get lucky enough to play “Let’s Make a Deal!” Someone will walk away from Bardo Gym with a $25 Sheetz gift card; other prizes will be handed out, as well. There will also be free [...]

Penn College Basketball Teams Post 1-5 Week

January 26, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball teams continued their seasons last week with the women going 1-2 and the men 0-3, but battling tough. Wildcat wrestlers, meanwhile, got things rolling a week ago Sunday competing in the Shorty Hitchcock Memorial Classic. Men’s Basketball In its most closely contested game of the season to [...]

‘Red Out’ to Add Fun, Purpose to Home Basketball Game

January 27, 2014

On the heels of Monday’s gilded event in Bardo Gym, Wednesday’s Wildcat men’s basketball game will be a “Red Out” to raise awareness and money in fighting heart disease. February’s designation as American Heart Month will be reflected during the 7 p.m. home game against Alfred (N.Y.) State. There will be free candy apples, glow-in-the-dark [...]

Former Collegiate Wrestler Advocates All-Inclusive Athletic Arena

January 23, 2014

A former Division I All-American wrestler from the University of Maryland addressed Penn College students and student-athletes Wednesday night, speaking about allyship in athletics and creating a welcoming environment that accepts everyone. more»

Centennial ‘Hoop’-la Electrifies Crowd in Bardo Gymnasium

January 22, 2014

During Tuesday’s basketball doubleheader against Penn State DuBois, Penn College officially began its Centennial Celebration for students. Free hot dogs and other awesome refreshments from Dining Services, as well as a great crowd – including more than 120 student-athletes from a number of Wildcat sports teams – were part of the celebration that honors 100 [...]

Penn College Hoops Teams End Week With Split

January 19, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology basketball teams split at home Saturday against Penn State Wilkes-Barre to conclude their week. Men’s Basketball Thirty-nine turnovers were too much to overcome for the Wildcats in a 78-54 nonconference home game Monday against Berkeley (N.J.) College. Marquis Delgado, of Mansfield, led Penn College with 15 points – his third straight [...]

Wildcats’ Troy Leid Dually Selected as Week’s Top Wrestler

January 14, 2014

Penn College freshman wrestler Troy Leid, of Terre Hill, has been named the United States Collegiate Athletic Association and Penn State University Athletic Conference “Wrestler of the Week” for the period ending Jan. more»

Dance Team Among Performers in ACC Fundraiser

January 27, 2014

The Wildcat Dance Team took the stage of Penn College’s Klump Academic Center Auditorium on Saturday afternoon for its winter production. more»

Students’ Centennial Kickoff to Include ‘Shot’ at $10,000

January 16, 2014

During Tuesday’s basketball doubleheader against Penn State DuBois, Penn College will officially kick off its Centennial Celebration for students.  Free refreshments from Dining Services – as well as performances from the dance team, centennial T-shirt giveaways and a chance to win $10,000 during the halftime more»

Karstetter Returns as Archery Head Coach

January 13, 2014

Chad L. Karstetter will step back into the head coaching position for the Penn College archery program for the 2014 season. more»

Penn College Teams Back in Action

January 12, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling and men’s and women’s basketball teams returned to action last week following the semester and holiday break. Wrestling Competing for the first time in more than a month, Penn College stopped the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, 38-19, and lost to host Penn State Mont Alto, 41-12, and Gloucester County (N.J.) [...]

Wildcat Student-Athletes Earn Conference ‘All-Academic’ Honors

January 6, 2014

Pennsylvania College of Technology, in conjunction with the Penn State University Athletic Conference, has announced the recipients of the Fall 2013 All-Academic Team award. The award is given to student-athletes with a GPA of 3.0 or better in the semester of competition. This year, 43 student-athletes made the grade, seven more than last year’s class.  [...]

Penn College Sports Teams Set for Seasons’ Second Half

January 5, 2014

After several weeks of inactivity during the semester break, Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling teams are set to get back into action. Men’s Basketball “With our record being what it is (1-9 overall, 1-2 Penn State University Athletic Conference), we’re not where we want to be, but right now we’re [...]

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