WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Penn College announced that it has entered into a multi-year partnership with NIKE through BSN SPORTS to continue to make NIKE the official apparel of Wildcat Athletics. BSN will also serve as the official equipment provider. The agreement, which will commence on July 1, 2020 is part of BSN SPORTS Collegiate Select program, which aims to make BSN SPORTS a one-stop provider for all collegiate athletic, intramural, club and staff apparel and equipment to all D1, DII, D3, NJCAA and NAIA schools.
The coronavirus may have taken Pennsylvania College of Technology players off the field but it hasn't stopped them from playing and having fun as a "Virtual Catch" Facebook video posted by coach Angie Hunley is going viral.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Penn College's softball team finished their Spring Break trip in style as they outscored Cazenovia College and Dean College 19-0 on Friday afternoon.
Fitchburg State College 6, Penn College 2
How it Happened: Fitchburg State plated four runs in the top of the first inning as Penn College has their bats stymied as they collected only five hits in the game.
Inside the Box: Jaylynn Cochran picked up two hits for the Wildcats. Kyla Benner pitched five innings of shut out ball. Benner struck out three while scattering six hits.
Brevard College 3, Penn College 0 (Final 8 Innings)
How it Happened: Brevard College plated three runs in the top of the 8th inning and worked a 1-2-3 bottom of the 8th as they went on to win 3-0.
Inside the Box: Morgan Heritage was the unlucky losing pitcher in what turned out to be a pitching duel over eight innings. Heritage went all eight innings allowing just two earned runs, while striking out seven. Gillian Sinnott had the lone hit for the Wildcats offense.
Penn College 10, Cazenovia College 0
How it Happened: Penn College offense pounded out 10 runs on nine hits as they shutout Cazenovia 10-0.
Inside the Box: Maddie Hurst led the Wildcats at the plate with three hits, three runs scored and two RBI's. Ivvy Morder recorded two hits at the plate, while Gillian Sinnott knocked in a pair of runs on a single to left field. Morgan Heritage picked up her 3rd win of the season in the circle as she picked up a complete game shutout while striking out six batters.
Penn College 9, Dean College 0
How it Happened: The Wildcats exploded for five runs in the top of the 3rd inning en route to a 9-0 victory in five innings.
Inside the Box: Lexi Heritage, Olivia Hemstock and Gillian Sinnott led the Wildcats from the plate with two hits apiece. Hemstock scored three runs in the game and Ivvy Morder hit a two RBI double in the first inning. In what will go down as her last game pitched for the Blue and White, Morgan Heritage picked up her 4th win on the season all while striking out her 300th career batter. Heritage and Mikayla Aldenderfer combined to throw a two-hit shutout while recording nine total strikeouts.
Up Next: The Wildcats finish their season with an overall record of 5-4. Their season has been cut short due to the Coronavirus and the NEAC canceling all Spring sporting events.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. --- Penn College has announced the cancellation of all spring athletic activities, including practices, and home and away contests for the remainder of the academic year. The College joins the North Eastern Athletic Conference, which canceled all conference contests for the remainder of the year, in this decision.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Penn College finished off their Spring Break trip to Myrtle Beach in style winning their final three games. They swept Albertus Magnus College by the scored of 3-2 and 5-2 before beating Penn State Schuylkill in the finale 9-5. The Wildcats finished their Spring Break tri[ with a 5-3 record pushing their overall season record to 5-5 overall.
Penn College 3, Albertus Magnus College 2 (Game 1)
How it Happened: Nathan Holt pitched a complete game four hitter while striking out 10 batters en route to picking up his second victory of the season.
Inside the Box: Jacob Carles, Keegan Nytz, and Brayden Lippert all finished the game with two hits apiece. Carles scored two of the three runs. Colton Riley scored the other run and knocked in Carles with an RBI double.
Penn College 5, Albertus Magnus College 3 (Game 2)
How it Happened: The Wildcats broke open a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the 4th inning as they plated three runs on a Brittan Kittle home run and Kolten Smith two-RBI double to right.
Inside the Box: Joe Fatzinger picked up his first win of the season striking out eight in five innings of work. Clark Jackson got the save allowing one run in two innings of work. Tyler Rudolph and Keegan Nytz had a pair of hits with three runs scored. Kittle's solo home run was his fourth of the season.
PSU Schuylkill 5, Penn College 9
How it Happened: Penn College used a pair of long balls from Brittan Kittle and Shane Price over the first five innings of play to help build a 6-0 lead that they would not relinquish. Justin Porter picked up his first win allowing one run in 5.1 innings of work while striking out five Nittany Lions. The pitching staff yielded a total of five runs during the game but only two were earned.
Inside the Box: Kittle hit his team leading fifth home run of the season. Price hit his third home run of the season.
Outside the Box: "It was great to see the team really gel as the week progressed," Penn College coach Chris Howard said. I like the fire and passion every one of these young men have. This is going to be a fun year watching these guys grow as a team." "Brittan Kittle might be the hottest hitter in the country right now." Brittan is hitting .567 on the year with 17 hits, five home runs and 13 RBI's.
Up Next: Penn College's next game will take place on Saturday, March 21st at Washington College. They are scheduled for a doubleheader starting at Noon.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Penn College's softball team is on a three-game winning streak through five games during its Spring Break trip in Myrtle Beach. The Wildcats, which dropped its opening two games, knocked off Norwich, 11-3, Saint Joseph, 9-4, and MacMurray College, 9-1.
As a former player and an assistant coach, Angie Hunley has seen plenty of success. Following a stellar collegiate career at Bucknell, Hunley played a season professionally in Sweden before spending the previous 12 seasons as the assistant coach at Mansfield University.