LYCOMING COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD

 

Wildcats Win And Clinch Playoff Seeds

Saturday with a win both Penn College Wildcats Soccer teams can clinch NEAC Playoff berths. The men are looking to get in as a #6 pr better see with a win over Keuka.

The women are trying to secure a home game to be played Tuesday with once of the top 4 seeds. Adam Marco has all the action on NEWS TALK 104.1, 1600 & the listen live stream listed above.

OPINION: Campana Created Slaughter, Beiter May Pay The Price

By: Todd Bartley, Managing Member, News Talk 104.1

Derek Slaughter may have the easiest path to victory in a contested election of any local elected official since the dawn of elections.

This theory is similar to the one former Republican Presidential candidate and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal formulated in his Wall Street Journal Opinion article published March 4, 2016.

Slaughter along with Eric Beiter, seek to become the next Mayor of the City of Williamsport.

One of them will follow the current Mayor Gabe Campana who in his infinite wisdom (ask him he will tell you he has it), has decided after losing in the primary, not for Mayor, but for Lycoming County Commissioner to run as a write-in for Mayor.

Campana has been the Mayor over the past twelve years.

He declared criminals and drug dealers would be done on day one of his administration; instead the drug epidemic has exploded and gun crimes are on the rise with a pair of shootings, the most recent in the City of Williamsport happening last week.

In fact, Mayor Campana has posed in photos with convicted felons and those known to be connected to the drug trade.

If that wasn’t enough of a legacy, he was the architect of outdoor hockey at Bowman Field with folks called Outlaws skipping town in the middle of the night having stiffed the city.

Part of that project was re-allocating $50,000 from the Channel 75 project towards building the outdoor hockey rink. That $50,000 would be the only funds the rink builder would receive and Channel 75 today sits as a blank screen no thanks to the Mayor’s self-appointed hire.

That same hire vetted my company to run Channel 75 while being a contractor for the City as well as deeply connected to the other party who submitted an unsuccessful proposal to operate Channel 75.

Could that be a conflict of interest?

The leadership of Campana spawned not one but two different commissions to explore the form of government in the City of Williamsport.

So two years ago the plan is hatched, if Slaughter could be elected to City Council knowing the baggage Campana carried the path was easy.

Slaughter garnered the most votes of any council candidate and cruised to victory.

Just as Trump breezed through 19 other primary challengers, he was the anti-Obama, Slaughter being the anti-Campana.

The local voters were also voicing their concerns with current leadership so the path for Slaughter and anyone not on the Republican Mayor ticket was easy.

With this theory playing out flawlessly I personally endorsed Derek Slaughter for Mayor earlier than anyone other than his own family.

Immediately I was reached out to by Eric Beiter saying (jokingly) “why didn’t you endorse me?”

At the time, I had no idea he was thinking of running for Mayor.

Then he announced his candidacy.

For me, it was a great premise, two amazing friends of mine are both running for Mayor and the conversations we had over the past year about where the City of Williamsport can go have been amazing! Eric had taken action photos at games for us at the radio stations over the years and of course getting to know Derek through covering games was also a bonus.

Both of them have distinct ideas of where the City of Williamsport and how their leadership can get us there.

So, we had always agreed to a future date of having a conversation with the voters with me moderating a debate.

That opportunity presented itself on Tuesday, October 15 from 7 – 9 p.m. at Lycoming College. It was to be followed a week later with the Commissioners Debate in the same time frame on October 22.

However, after committing to me personally Slaughter backed out and “his team” let everyone know why on Facebook.

Morgan Allyn (Lycoming County Democratic Chairperson) “Todd, before you get all overly righteous about your attempts to get candidates and local Parties to participate in your little debate, of course I asked for information on questions and topics. That’s pretty normal. I will always ask about questions and topics when someone proposes a debate for candidates that I have responsibilities too. That’s what Party Chairs do. I asked. I asked about topics. I asked you questions about your little radio station. We had friendly banter back and forth. I tried to get as much information out of you that I could. It would be naive to think you wouldn’t be asked. I would be sharing whatever info I got with our candidates. It’s called politics, Todd. It’s about trying to get information on behalf of my Party’s candidates. I did not realize that you were so, I don’t know, shocked by our 1st conversation.”

According to the Washington Times, Donna Brazile was fired by CNN for this exact behavior as a party chairperson.

Michael Orrico (Slaughter for Mayor Campaign Chairperson) “Slaughter declined after re checking with his Ad Agency I spoke to Carlos And told him reiterate our conversation to Todd we will not be doing this debate. We had just finished the one at Penn College. Conflicting with Mr Slaughters obligations we will not be participating in this debate. Also told Carlos and Todd to go through his Ad Agency for anything further. I or Dale have not had the common courtesy of a call or email from Mr Bartley re: anything. If anyone would like to debate these facts please fb me. Regards. Michael.”

After all those conversations with Slaughter over the past year, this Facebook message board post was the first time the name Michael Orrico came up. That is a conversation the candidate and “his team” need to have; not with me.

Rhetorically speaking, if Slaughter is elected Mayor and tough decisions have to be made, will he be checking and agreeing and then re checking with his Ad Agency before getting the approval of City Council?

There are so many questions I had prepared for the Mayoral candidates and now they will have to wait until the next election cycle since they will not be asked tonight anything tougher than, what is your favorite color?

Maybe candidate Slaughter is right, this election may be a ”mere formality.”

Which if you have been paying attention; I predicted more than a year ago thanks to Gabe Campana.

Happy Voting Everyone!

Lycoming County Commissioner Debate Tonight

News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS is proud to announce the Lycoming County Commissioner’s Debate.

The Lycoming County Commissioner’s Debate will be held tonight from 7 – 9 p.m. at Lycoming College in the new Krapf Gateway Center Trogner Presentation Room.

Candidates that have confirmed their appearance for the evening include Commissioners Tony Mussare (R) and Rick Mirabito (D), Scott Metzger (R), Elliott Weiss (D) along with Commissioner Jack McKernan who is running as a write-in campaign.

The evening will once again be moderated by Todd Bartley, General Manager of News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS.

The Lycoming County Commissioner’s Debate will be broadcast live on News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS and Video Streamed on NorthCentralPA.com.

This event is the continuation of a relationship with Lycoming College and News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS having hosted the Lycoming County Republican Party Commissioner’s Primary Debate at the Clarke Chapel in May.

Battle Of Unbeatens

Southern Columbia (8-0) faces Montoursville (8-0) Friday night in the Fairfield Auto Group Game of the Week. Coverage with John Finn and Mark Mussina begins at 6:45 p.m. on News Talk 104.1 & 1600, Fox Sports 92.7 & 1050 as well as listen live streams 1 & 2.

Wildcats Weekly For October 14, 2019

Penn College women push NEAC soccer win streak to 4

Not only did the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s soccer team boast a 2-1 week, but it extended its North Eastern Athletic Conference win streak to four matches, its most since 2017.

FLASHBACK

Women’s soccer

Hosting Susquehanna University Tuesday in nonconference play, Penn College lost, 3-0. Susquehanna led in shots 27-6 (11-6) and in corner kicks 3-1.

Dominique Brown of Benton had a hat trick and Kaelan Cronan of Leesport scored twice Saturday in a 5-3 Penn College NEAC win at SUNY Poly. Cronan scored the match’s first goal unassisted and got the second on an assist from Francesca Timpone of Smithtown, New York, both in the first four minutes. Brown got into the scoring act with an unassisted goal in the 12th minute, tallied her second on an assist from Morgan Brooks of Bellefonte and added her third goal with an assist from Cronan. Penn College led in shots 20-17 (10-7 on goal) and in corner kicks 5-3.

At SUNY Cobleskill Sunday, the Wildcats earned their fourth straight conference win with a 5-2 victory that leveled their overall record at 6-6-1 and improved them to 5-2 in the NEAC and into fourth place, their highest position this season. One day earlier Penn College had a four-goal first half in its win and against Cobleskill it had a four-goal second half. Cronan put the Wildcats on the scoreboard 15 minutes into the match with a solo shot and, after the home team tallied its lone goal, she gave Penn College the lead for good with a header off a corner kick on an assist from Tiffany Brown of Mechanicsburg. Also scoring for the Wildcats were Abby Williams of Mechanicsburg on a penalty kick, Brooks on an assist from Dominique Brown and Adeline Gesford of Hummelstown on an assist from Miya Roman of Benton. Penn College led in shots 33-9 (16-3 on goal) and in corner kicks 7-2. Taylor Gonzales of Lititz and Charlee Marshall of Snow Shoe split time in goal, each making one save.

The four consecutive NEAC wins is the most since 2017 when Penn College won six in a row and finished second in the conference.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (records through Sunday): At Cazenovia College (6-5-1 overall, 3-5-1 NEAC), 1 p.m. Saturday

Last meeting vs. Cazenovia College: Lost 1-0 last Oct. 6 (2-3 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: Keuka College 7-0, Penn State Berks 7-0, Penn State Harrisburg 5-1-1, Penn College 5-2, SUNY Poly 4-3, Cazenovia College 3-3-1, Lancaster Bible College 3-4, Morrisville State College 2-5, Penn State Abington 2-5, Gallaudet University 1-5-1, SUNY Cobleskill 1-5-1, Wells College 0-7.

Statistically speaking in the NEAC top 5: Dominique Brown is fifth with nine goals, tied for fourth with five assists and fifth with 23 points. Gonzales is fifth with 75 saves.

Men’s soccer

In nonconference action Tuesday at Juniata, the Wildcats lost, 2-1. The home team led 2-0 before Greg Conkle of Carlisle put Penn College on the scoreboard on an assist from Colton Wartman of Ellicott City, Maryland. Juniata led in shots 18-6 (7-2 on goal) and in corner kicks 1-0.

At NEAC unbeaten SUNY Poly Saturday, Penn College lost, 3-0. Poly led in shots 9-4, although each team had three shots on goal. Penn College led in corner kicks 6-5.

Sunday at SUNY Cobleskill, the Wildcat lost, 2-0, to fall to 1-10-2 overall and 1-4-2 in the conference. Cobleskill led in shots 18-15 (7-4 on goal) while Penn College led in corner kicks 9-5.

Also, goalie Braeden Eckard of Danville was named NEAC Defensive Player of the Week after he allowed one goal in 155 minutes of action while posting a 0-0-1 record for the period of Sept. 30-Oct. 6. The freshman did not allow a goal in 45 minutes of action against King’s in a 1-0 loss and in a double-overtime tie against Lancaster Bible College, Eckard made 10 stops and allowed just one goal.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (records through Sunday): At Cazenovia College (4-6-2 overall, 1-5-1 NEAC), 1 p.m. Saturday.

Last meeting vs. Cazenovia College: Won 3-0 last Oct. 6 (1-4 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: SUNY Poly 7-0, Penn State Harrisburg 7-0, SUNY Cobleskill 5-1-1, Penn State Abington 5-2, Lancaster Bible College 4-2-1, Keuka College 3-4, Wells College 2-5, Penn College 1-4-2, Penn State Berks 1-4-2, Cazenovia College 1-5-1, Morrisville State College 1-5-1, Gallaudet University 1-6.

Statistically speaking in the NEAC top 5: Eckard is tied for second with 11 goals allowed.

Women’s volleyball

Saturday in a NEAC road triangular, the Wildcats lost to Morrisville State College, 3-0 (25-11, 25-9-25,16), and to Cazenovia College, 3-1 (20-25, 25-19, 25-12, 25-18), to fall to 1-17 overall and 0-6 in the conference.

In the first match, Morrisville led in points 57-12, kills 38-10, aces 16-1, blocks 3-1, assists 37-9 and digs 39-29. Individually for Penn College, Coryn Oswald of Langhorne had three kills, Mackenzie Mahler of Quakertown had eight assists and Hannah Burnett of Middlebury Center had nine digs.

In the second match, Cazenovia led in points 47-37, kills 29-24 and aces 11-6. The Wildcats led in assists 24-1 and digs 45-44. Leaders for Penn College were Oswald with eight kills, Emalie Marnati of Canton with two aces and four blocks, Mahler with 22 assists and Marnati and Peyton Homan of Spring Mills each with 10 digs.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (records through Sunday): At SUNY Poly (6-12 overall, 2-4 NEAC), noon Saturday; vs. SUNY Cobleskill (9-9 overall, 1-5 NEAC), 2 p.m. Saturday.

Last meeting vs. SUNY Poly: Lost 3-0 last Oct. 6 (0-5 lifetime).

Last meeting vs. SUNY Cobleskill: Lost 3-0 last Oct. 6 (3-2 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: Morrisville State College 6-0, Lancaster Bible College 5-1, Penn State Harrisburg 4-2, Penn State Abington 4-2, Wells College 4-2, Gallaudet University 4-2, Penn State Berks 3-3, SUNY Poly 2-4, Keuka College 2-4, SUNY Cobleskill 1-5, Cazenovia College 1-5, Penn College 0-6.

Statistically speaking: Oswald leads Penn College with 90 kills, Burnett leads with 246 digs and 22 service aces, Mahler leads with 283 assists and Marnati leads with 18 blocks.

Golf

Tuesday in the Gettysburg College Fall Invitational at Hanover Country Club, Penn College finished fifth among 13 teams with a 317 score. Gettysburg took top team honors with a 304. Individually for the Wildcats, Alex Acree of Brookville tied for eighth in a field of 63 with a 76, five strokes off the winning score. Also for Penn College, Austin Moscariello of New Columbia tied for 19th with a 79, Jordan Wise of McClure tied for 23rd with an 80, Sean McNamara of Lancaster tied for 30th with an 82 and Kohltin Bartlow of Montgomery tied for 44th with an 86.

Men’s cross-country

Saturday at the DeSales Invitational, the Penn College men finished sixth in a 16-team field. Matt Leiby of Danville led the Wildcats with a 34th-place finish in a field of 168 with a time of 28:09.8 over an 8K course. Also for Penn College, Jonah Isaacson of Muncy was 38th, Chris Hogan of Halifax was 67th, Jake Mashack of Bloomsburg tied for 74th and Dean Fulton of Palmyra was 81st.

The Wildcat women did not compete.

Women’s tennis

In an 8-1 loss to Lycoming College Monday, the lone Penn College victor was and No. 3 doubles team of Marcie Harman of Nescopeck and Deidre Satterly of Shippensburg. The loss dropped the Wildcats to 1-3.

Men’s tennis

Friday against Lycoming College, the Wildcats lost 6-3 to fall to 1-3. Winning in both singles and doubles for Penn College was Tucker Phillippe-Johansson of Mattituck, New York, at No. 1 singles and No. 2 doubles with Joe Morrin of Morrisville.

SCHEDULE/RECORDS/RESULTS

Men’s soccer

Overall: 1-10-2

NEAC: 1-4-2

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – at Juniata College, L, 2-1

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), L, 3-0

Sunday, Oct. 13 – at SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), L, 2-0

Wednesday, Oct. 16 – host Elmira College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Cazenovia College (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – at Morrisville State (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 29 – at Wilkes University, 7 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 1 – host Wells College, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Keuka College, 1 p.m.

Tuesday-Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 5-9-10 – NEAC playoffs, TBA

Women’s soccer

Overall: 6-6-1

NEAC: 5-2

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – host Susquehanna University, L, 3-0

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), W, 5-3

Sunday, Oct. 13 – at SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), W, 5-1

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Cazenovia College (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 22 – at Juniata College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – at Morrisville State (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 1 – host Wells College, 6:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Keuka College, 3 p.m.

Tuesday-Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 5-9-10 – NEAC playoffs, TBA

Women’s volleyball

Overall: 1-17

NEAC: 0-6

Saturday, Oct. 12 – vs. Morrisville State College (NEAC), L, 3-0 (25-11, 25-9, 25-16); vs. Cazenovia College (NEAC) at Reading, L, 3-1 (20-25, 25-19, 25-12, 25-18)

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), noon; vs. SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), 2 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – host Wells College (NEAC), noon; host Keuka College (NEAC), 6 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Penn State Abington (NEAC), 10 a.m.; host King’s College, 2 p.m.

End of regular season

Men’s cross-country

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at DeSales Invitational, 6th in a 16-team field

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Gettysburg College Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – NEAC Championships at SUNY Cobleskill, 11 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 16 – NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championships at Bethlehem, TBA

End of season

Women’s cross-country

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at DeSales Invitational, did not compete

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Gettysburg College Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – NEAC Championships at SUNY Cobleskill, 11 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 16 – NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championships at Bethlehem, TBA

End of season

Golf

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – at Gettysburg College Fall Invitational, Hanover CC, 5th among 13 teams

Monday, Oct. 21 – at Lebanon Valley College Invitational, noon

End of season

Men’s tennis

Overall record: 1-3

Friday, Oct. 11 – vs. Lycoming College at Brandon Park, L, 6-3

Sunday, Oct. 20 – at King’s College, 10 a.m.

End of season

Women’s tennis

Overall record: 1-3

Monday, Oct. 7 – vs. Lycoming College at Brandon Park, L, 8-1

Sunday, Oct. 20 – at King’s College, 10 a.m.

End of season

For more on Penn College athletics visit: www.pctwildcats.com

For more on the North Eastern Athletic Association visit: neacsports.com

Sister Act Cast Visit News Talk 104.1

Basic RGB

The cast of Sister Act: The Musical sat down with News Talk 104.1 General Manager Todd Bartley about their thoughts on the characters they portray and the show.

Sister Act: The Musical enters its final weekend of performances October 10-12 at 7:30 p.m. and October 13 at 2:00 p.m. at the Community Theatre League.

When disco diva Deloris Van Cartier witnesses a murder, she is put in protective custody in the one place the cops are sure she won’t be a found: a convent! Disguised as a nun, she finds herself at odds with both the rigid lifestyle and uptight Mother Superior. Using her unique disco moves and singing talent to inspire the choir, Deloris breathes new life into the church and community but, in doing so, blows her cover. Soon, the gang is giving chase, only to find them up against Deloris and the power of her newly found sisterhood.​​

The Cast​(Italics represents a cast member interviewed)

Deloris Van Cartier – Maya Wilborn*
Mother Superior – Miki Rebeck
Mary Robert – Megan Fisher
Mary Patrick – Maria Frei*
Mary Lazarus – Kathryn North
Mary Theresa – Kim Fulmer
Mary Martin-of-Tours – Heather Myers
Monsignor O’Hara – Bob Jones
Lt. Eddie Souther- Andrew Druckenmiller
Curtis Jackson – Steve Aguirre
Pablo – Seth Confer*
Joey – Isaiah Inch*
TJ – Connor Hill
Michelle – Maia Cenimo*
Tina – Aleah Stahlnecker*
Ernie/Cop – Reid Orphan
Ensemble – William Brown-Platt
Sisters of Queen of Angels – Victoria Boyd*, Wendy Durant*, Ashley Jackson*, Elaine Pfeil, Janel Stahlnecker*

*Denotes CTL Mainstage Debut

Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Glenn Slater, Book by Cheri Steinkellner & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by Philip J Vonada
Choreographed by Kat Shondeck
Music Directed by Michelle Hinkal
Stage Managed by Todd Mertz
Company Manager – Marisa Sorrentino Hickey
Technical Director – Abby Palaski
Scenic Designer/Set Director – Gerry Gold
Costume Designer – Tara Deljanovan
Props Designer – Amy Farkas

News Talk 104.1 Presents Lycoming County Commissioner’s Debate

News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS is proud to announce the Lycoming County Commissioner’s Debate.

Lycoming County Commissioner’s Debate will be held on Tuesday, October 22 from 7 – 9 p.m. at Lycoming College in the new Krapf Gateway Center Trogner Presentation Room.

Candidates that have confirmed their appearance for the evening include Commissioners Tony Mussare (R) and Rick Mirabito (D), Scott Metzger (R), Elliott Weiss (D) along with Commissioner Jack McKernan (I) who is running a write-in campaign.

The evening will once again be moderated by Todd Bartley, General Manager of News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS.

The Lycoming County Commissioner’s Debate will be broadcast live on News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS and Video Streamed on NorthCentralPA.com.

This event is the continuation of a relationship with Lycoming College and News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS having hosted the Lycoming County Republican Party Commissioner’s Primary Debate at the Clarke Chapel in May.

Wildcats Weekly For October 7, 2019

Penn College golfers shine at invitational

Highlighting a busy week for Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports teams, the men’s golf squad won its first invitational competition of the season.

FLASHBACK

Golf

Freshman Kohltin Bartlow of Montgomery topped a 50-player field with 77, and in doing so led the Wildcats to a first-place finish with a 324 total in a 10-team field Monday in the Penn State Hazleton Invitational at Valley Country Club in Sugarloaf. Scranton University was second with a 331 followed by Penn State Lehigh Valley at 341 while DeSales University and Penn State Schuylkill tied for fourth at 347. Also for the Wildcats, Alex Acree of Brookville shot an 80, Jordan Wise of McClure had an 81, Sean McNamara of Lancaster shot an 86 and Austin Moscariello of New Columbia shot a 91.

Men’s soccer

In a defensive struggle Tuesday at King’s College, King’s scored in the 69th minute on an own goal for its win. King’s led in shots 20-1 (11-0 on goal) and in corner kicks 8-3. Freshmen Josh Stanley of Warsaw, Virginia, and Braeden Eckard of Danville split halves in goal for Penn College with Stanley recording six saves and Eckard four. Penn College is 0-5 lifetime against King’s.

Colton Wartman of Ellicott City, Maryland, on an assist by Greg Conkle of Carlisle put the Wildcats on the board first in the 69th minute, but Lancaster Bible College knotted the score 20 minutes later and, after two overtime periods, that’s the way Saturday’s Homecoming match ended as Penn College went to 1-7-2 overall and 1-2-2 in the North Eastern Athletic Conference. Lancaster Bible led in shots 19-17 (each team had 11 shots on goal) and led in corner kicks 7-6.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (records through Sunday): At SUNY Poly (9-2 overall, 5-0 NEAC), 1 p.m. Saturday; at SUNY Cobleskill (6-4-1 overall, 4-1 NEAC), noon Sunday.

Last meeting vs. SUNY Poly: Won 2-0 last Sept. 30. (2-3 lifetime).

Last meeting vs. SUNY Cobleskill: Lost 5-0 last Sept. 29. (3-2 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: SUNY Poly 5-0, Penn State Harrisburg 5-0, SUNY Cobleskill 4-1, Lancaster Bible College 3-1-1, Penn State Abington 3-2, Keuka College 2-3, Penn College 1-2-2, Cazenovia College 1-3-1, Morrisville State College 1-3-1, Penn State Berks 1-3-1, Wells College 1-4, Gallaudet University 0-5.

Statistically speaking in the NEAC top 5: Goalkeeper Eckard is No. 1 with eight goals against and No. 3 with a .784 save percentage. Goalie Brendan Skwirut of Aston is No. 5 with 11 goals against.

Women’s soccer

Wednesday in the annual Battle for the Lumber between nonconference crosstown rivals, Lycoming College scored the match’s lone goal in the 40th minute and snapped Penn College’s two-year win streak, giving the Warriors a 5-3 lead in the series that began in 2010 (there were no matches in 2011 and 2012). Lyco leads 8-3 in all matches between the two teams dating to 2005. The Warriors led in shots 27-11 (9-4 on goal) and in corner kicks 5-1.

A penalty kick goal by Abby Williams of Mechanicsburg in the 87th minute and shutout goal tending from Taylor Gonzales of Lititz were all that the Wildcats needed during Saturday’s Homecoming

match against Lancaster Bible College. Penn College now is 4-5-1 overall and 3-2 in the NEAC. Penn College led in shots 13-8 (7-5 on goal) and in corner kicks 3-2.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (records through Sunday): At SUNY Poly (5-3-1 overall, 4-1 NEAC), 3 p.m. Saturday; at SUNY Cobleskill (3-7-1 overall, 1-3-1 NEAC), 2 p.m. Sunday.

Last meeting vs. SUNY Poly: Won 3-0 last Sept. 30. (1-4-2 lifetime).

Last meeting vs. SUNY Cobleskill: Won 5-0 last Sept. 29. (5-0 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: Penn State Berks 5-0, Keuka College 5-0, SUNY Poly 4-1, Penn State Harrisburg 3-1-1, Penn College 3-2, Cazenovia College 2-2-1, Lancaster Bible College 2-3, Morrisville State College 2-3, SUNY Cobleskill 1-3-1, Penn State Abington 1-4, Gallaudet University 0-4-1, Wells College 0-5.

Statistically speaking in the NEAC top 5: Gonzales is No. 5 in both save percentage at .795 and goals-against average .160.

Women’s volleyball

In a home triangular Saturday, Penn College lost to Gallaudet University, 3-0 (25-12, 25-22, 25-15), in a NEAC match and lost to Elmira College, 3-1 (16-25, 25-21, 26-24, 25-18), in nonconference play as the Wildcats fell to 1-15 overall and 0-4 in the conference.

Against Gallaudet, the visitors led in points 42-21, kills 29-17, aces 9-4, blocks 4-0, assists 25-13 and digs 44-31. Individually for the Wildcats, Abbi Mingus of Monroe Township led with five kills, Hannah Burnett of Middlebury Center had two aces and nine digs, and Mackenzie Mahler of Quakertown had 11 assists.

Statistically, Elmira was the leader in points 60-41, kills 43-32, aces 12-7, blocks 5-2, assists 30-23 and digs 60-56, but Penn College played tough throughout. Individual leaders for Penn College were Peyton Homan of Spring Mills with nine kills, Mahler with three aces and 19 assists, Emalie Marnati of Canton with two blocks and Burnett with 19 digs.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (records through Saturday): At Reading vs. Morrisville State College (11-5 overall, 4-0 NEAC), noon Saturday; vs. Cazenovia College (2-15 overall, 0-4 NEAC), 2 p.m. Sunday.

Last meeting vs. Morrisville State College: Lost 3-0 last Sept. 22. (1-4 lifetime).

Last meeting vs. Cazenovia College: Lost 3-1 last Sept. 22 (2-3 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: Morrisville State College 4-0, Penn State Harrisburg 3-1, Lancaster Bible College 3-1, SUNY Poly 2-1, Wells College 2-1, Penn State Berks 2-2, Penn State Abington 2-2, Gallaudet University 2-2, Keuka College 2-2, SUNY Cobleskill 1-3, Penn College 0-4, Cazenovia College 0-4.

Statistically speaking in the NEAC top 5: Burnett is No. 5 with 3.74 digs per set.

Women’s cross-country

Saturday in the Bud Smitley Invitational at Penn State Harrisburg, the Penn College women placed sixth in an eight-team field. Katie Plankenhorn of Montoursville topped the Penn College women by placing 22nd in 8:07.2 over a 5K course. Also for the Wildcats in a 56-runner field, Cinnamon Digan of Mifflinburg was 32nd, Brittany Weiskopff of Blossburg was 33rd, Nikki Crow of Elizabethtown was 35th and Rosey Thomas of Port Allegheny was 49th.

The Wildcat men did not compete.

Hall of Fame adds 4

As part of Homecoming and Family Weekend, four new members were inducted into the college’s Athletics Hall of Fame Friday. As previously announced, they were brothers Cody and Zach Buterbaugh of Conestoga (baseball), Chris Brennan of New Hope (men’s soccer) and Teresa Burrill of Jersey Shore (coed team tennis).

Wildcat gets NEAC committee post

Penn College sophomore Gillian Sinnott of Sykesville, Maryland, was elected — along with Penn State Abington senior Mike Litz — to serve as an officer on the NEAC Student-Advisory Athletic Committee for this academic year.

“I’d like to congratulate Mike Litz and Gillian Sinnott on their selection as our 2019-20 NEAC SAAC chair (Litz) and vice-chair (Sinnott),” NEAC Interim Commissioner Stephanie Dutton said. “… I look forward to working with Gillian in her new role. As a sophomore, it shows true initiative to volunteer to serve in a leadership role, and I am eager to see how she will help our group continue to evolve.”

Sinnott, a member of the Wildcats softball team, embarks on her first year serving SAAC in a leadership position. She will assist in the coordination of meetings and initiatives while also serving as a student-athlete representative on a variety of NEAC committees.

“I have been encouraged by coaches to seek leadership opportunities away from the field. I can’t think of a better opportunity than being able to give back into what I have loved for many years,” Sinnott said. “I plan to take an honest approach when solving problems and expanding this program to the best of my ability.”

Litz, who competes on the Abington men’s tennis team, also serves as a member of Division III National SAAC and on the NEAC Strategic Planning Committee.

Academic honorees

Soccer

Penn College was one of four conference schools honored with team academic awards from the United Soccer Coaches.

Penn College and Keuka College had their men’s and women’s teams make the list. The men from Penn College earned a 3.02 GPA while the women possessed a 3.09. It is back-to-back seasons for the Penn College men and the second time for the women of Penn College. Keuka’s men’s team had a 3.25 GPA and the women sported a 3.43 GPA. It is the fourth straight season the Keuka men have earned the team academic award. The Keuka women now have earned the team award six times.

The women’s team at Gallaudet had a 3.33 GPA. It is the first season that Gallaudet has received the award on the women’s side. The Penn State Harrisburg women finished with a 3.52 GPA. For Penn State Harrisburg, it is the second straight season.

Softball

Twenty-seven student-athletes from four NEAC institutions — five of them from Penn College — were named 2019 Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar-Athletes by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA).

Wildcats honored were Laycee Clark of Tyrone, Alexis Heritage of New Castle, Delaware, Morgan Heritage of New Castle, Delaware, Emily Wikane of Bel Air, Maryland, and Sarah Woodruff of Port Jervis, New York.

Keuka College saw 11 student-athletes honored followed by Gallaudet University with six and SUNY Cobleskill with five honored.

The honors recognize the academic prowess of softball teams across the NFCA’s membership categories. NCAA Division III led the way with 1,928 student-athletes earning a 3.5 GPA or higher for 2018-19.

SCHEDULE/RECORDS/RESULTS

Men’s soccer

Overall: 1-7-2

NEAC: 1-2-2

Tuesday, Oct. 1 – at King’s College, L, 1-0

Saturday, Oct. 5 – host Lancaster Bible College (NEAC), T, 1-1 (2 OT)

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – at Juniata College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 13 – at SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), noon

Wednesday, Oct. 16 – host Elmira College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Cazenovia College (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – at Morrisville State (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 29 – at Wilkes University, 7 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 1 – host Wells College, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Keuka College, 1 p.m.

Tuesday-Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 5-9-10 – NEAC playoffs, TBA

Women’s soccer

Overall: 4-5-1

NEAC: 3-2

Wednesday, Oct. 2 – host Lycoming College (Battle for the Lumber), L, 1-0

Saturday, Oct. 5 – host Lancaster Bible College (NEAC), W, 1-0

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – host Susquehanna University, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 13 – at SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), 2 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Cazenovia College (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 22 – at Juniata College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – at Morrisville State (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 1 – host Wells College, 6:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Keuka College, 3 p.m.

Tuesday-Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 5-9-10 – NEAC playoffs, TBA

Women’s volleyball

Overall: 1-15

NEAC: 0-4

Saturday, Oct. 5 – host Gallaudet University (NEAC), L, 3-0 (25-12, 25-22, 25-15); host Elmira College, L, 3-1 (16-25, 25-21, 26-24, 25-18)

Saturday, Oct. 12 – vs. Morrisville State College (NEAC), noon; vs. Cazenovia College (NEAC) at Reading, 2 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), noon; vs. SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), 2 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – host Wells College (NEAC), noon; host Keuka College (NEAC), 6 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Penn State Abington (NEAC), 10 a.m.; host King’s College, 2 p.m.

End of regular season

Men’s cross-country

Saturday, Oct. 5 – Bud Smitley Invitational at Penn State Harrisburg, did not compete

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at DeSales Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Gettysburg College Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – NEAC Championships at SUNY Cobleskill, 11 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 16 – NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championships at Bethlehem, TBA

End of season

Women’s cross-country

Saturday, Oct. 5 – Bud Smitley Invitational at Penn State Harrisburg, 6th in an 8-team field

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at DeSales Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Gettysburg College Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – NEAC Championships at SUNY Cobleskill, 11 a.m

Saturday, Nov. 16 – NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championships at Bethlehem, TBA

End of season

Golf

Monday, Sept. 30 – at Penn State Hazleton Invitational, 1st in a 10-team field

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – at Gettysburg College Invitational, 12:30 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 21 – at Lebanon Valley College Invitational, noon

End of season

Men’s tennis

Overall record: 1-2

Thursday, Oct. 3 – host Lycoming College at Elm Park, ppd.

Sunday, Oct. 6 – at King’s College, ppd.

Friday, Oct. 11 – vs. Lycoming College at Brandon Park, 4 p.m.

End of season

Women’s tennis

Overall record: 1-2

Wednesday, Oct. 2 – host Lycoming College at Elm Park, ppd.

Sunday, Oct. 6 – at King’s College, ppd.

Friday, Oct. 11 – vs. Lycoming College at Brandon Park, 4 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 13 – host Berkeley College at Elm Park, 2 p.m.

End of season

For more on Penn College athletics visit: www.pctwildcats.com

For more on the North Eastern Athletic Association visit: neacsports.com

Wildcats Weekly For September 29, 2019

Penn College elevating men’s lacrosse

Starting during the 2020-21 season, Pennsylvania College of Technology will elevate men’s lacrosse from a club sport to an intercollegiate program, it was announced last week. The team will expand the college’s sports offerings to 16 intercollegiate programs. “We are very excited to elevate our men’s lacrosse club team to NCAA Division III level,” said John D. Vandevere, director of athletics. “This is going to make a significant impact on our campus, our department and it will create another great event for our community to attend for our growing fan base of Wildcat athletics.” The national and regional popularity of lacrosse will allow Penn College to expand its recruiting footprint. Lacrosse is the fastest-growing sport in the country, according to U.S. Lacrosse, boasting a 24% increase in the number of high schools sponsoring the sport since 2012, while the college ranks have had about 140 new programs since 2014. Pennsylvania has 205 high schools that sponsor lacrosse and are sanctioned by the PIAA, while neighboring states New York and Maryland combine for about 500 high schools that sponsor the sport. “We are excited about the prospect of adding one of the fastest-growing sports in the U.S., particularly in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, to our intercollegiate athletics portfolio. For years, the lacrosse community has told us that we could readily recruit and field competitive teams,” college President Davie Jane Gilmour said. “Success in this high-intensity sport not only requires endurance, strength and vision, but also demands discipline, strategy and teamwork — characteristics that just so happen to be the hallmarks of a Penn College student.” “And it’s fun to watch, too,” Gilmour added. Penn College has offered men’s lacrosse as a club program since 2012, which generally fields a team of 22 players. The intercollegiate program will have a roster size of about 35 to 40 players and will play its home contests on the newly constructed UPMC Field. Penn College will compete as an NCAA Division III program in the North Eastern Athletic Conference, which consists of 12 institutions in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C., and whose matches are played during the spring season. The Wildcats already are members of the NEAC for 12 of their 15 intercollegiate sports. A national search for a full-time coach is underway.

FLASHBACK

Men’s soccer

In conference play Wednesday at Penn State Berks, the teams battled to a 2-2 double-overtime draw. Penn College scored goals in each half, the first by Daniel Jackson of Phoenixville (assisted by Josiah Potts of Brooklyn, New York) and the second by Colton Wartman of Ellicott City, Maryland (assisted by Declan Gatchell of Manchester). Berks got both of its tallies in the second half. Berks led in shots 17-14 (9-8 on goal) and corner kicks 10-4.

Saturday at Penn State Abington, the Wildcats dropped a 3-1 decision to go to 1-6-1 overall and 1-2-1 in the NEAC. After PS Abington had taken a lead in the first minute, Cole King of York Springs, assisted by Greg Conkle of Carlisle, put Penn College on the scoreboard to even the match at 42:45. But second-half goals by Abington made the difference. Abington led in shots 13-6 (8-2 on goal) and in corner kicks 9-4.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (records through Sunday): Host Lancaster Bible College (6-2 overall, 3-1 NEAC), 1 p.m. Saturday.

Last meeting vs. Lancaster Bible College: Lost 4-1 last Nov. 3. (1-5 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: SUNY Poly 4-0, Penn State Harrisburg 4-0, SUNY Cobleskill 2-1, Lancaster Bible College 2-1, Penn State Abington 2-2, Keuka College 2-2, Penn College 1-2-1, Penn State Berks 1-2-1, Morrisville State College 1-2-1, Wells College 1-3, Cazenovia College 0-3-1, Gallaudet University 0-4.

Statistically speaking: Wartman and Potts lead the team with three goals each. Potts leads the team with three assists and nine points.

Women’s soccer

Wednesday in NEAC action at Penn State Berks, the Wildcats fell, 5-0, as the home team dominated. Berks led in shots 38-8 (18-3 on goal) and corner kicks 9-1. Lifetime against Berks, Penn College now is 0-8.

At Penn State Abington Saturday, Penn College won, 2-0, to improve to 3-4-1 overall and 2-2 in the conference. Kaelan Cronan of Leesport tallied at 20:02, on an assist from Tiffany Brown of Mechanicsburg, and Francesca Timpone of Smithtown, New York, got the second goal, unassisted, at 64:40. Penn College led in shots 14-11 (7-3 on goal). Each team had three corner kicks.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (records through Sunday): Host Lancaster Bible College (5-5 overall, 2-2 NEAC), 3 p.m. Saturday.

Last meeting vs. Lancaster Bible College: Won 2-0 last Oct. 10. (1-2-2 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: Penn State Berks 4-0, Keuka College 4-0, Penn State Berks 3-0-1, SUNY Poly 3-1, Cazenovia College 2-1-1, Penn College 2-2, Morrisville State College 2-2, Lancaster Bible College 2-2, Gallaudet University 0-3-1, SUNY Cobleskill 0-3-1, Penn State Abington 0-4, Wells College 0-4.

Statistically speaking in the NEAC top 5: Dominique Brown of Benton is tied for fourth with 16 points and fifth with six goals. Goalkeeper Taylor Gonzales of Lititz is fourth with a .770 save percentage.

Women’s volleyball

In conference play Wednesday at Penn State Harrisburg, Penn College lost, 3-1 (25-13, 25-12, 17-25, 25-12) to drop to 0-3 in the NEAC. PS Harrisburg led in points 69-36, blocks 12-3, kills 41-30, assists 37-22 and aces 16-10. Each team had 45 digs. Individual leaders for the Wildcats were Abbi Mingus of Monroe Township with seven kills, Peyton Homan of Spring Mills with two blocks, Corianne Wilson of Edgewater, Maryland, with 11 digs, Mackenzie Mahler of Quakertown with 19 assists and Kylee Butz of Lawrenceville with seven service aces.

“Hannah Burnett of Middlebury Center was a small, but feisty outside hitter for our Wildcats. She was fearless as she swung against a rather large PSH block. It was fun to see her step into the role that unfortunate recent injuries have left open. To have our libero holding her own in a role typically reserved for much taller players was inspiring,” coach Bambi Hawkins said afterward.

Saturday in nonconference action at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland, Penn College lost to Lycoming College 3-0 (25-13, 25-9, 25-13) and Hood College 3-0 (25-16, 25-15, 25-20) to drop to 1-13 overall.

Against Lycoming, the Warriors led in points 58-22, kills 40-19, aces 16-3, blocks 2-0, assists 37-18 and digs 32-25. Individually for Penn College, Mingus and Emalie Marnati of Canton each had five kills, Mahler had 17 assists and Burnett had six digs.

Against Hood, the home team led in points 52-23, kills 36-19, aces 11-2, blocks 5-2, assists 34-19 and digs 47-45. Wildcats leaders were Burnett with eight kills, Marnati with two blocks, Mahler with 14 assists and Burnett with 11 digs.

In North Eastern Athletic Conference action this week (record through Sunday): Host Gallaudet University (4-16 overall, 1-2 NEAC), 11 a.m. Saturday.

Last meeting vs. Gallaudet University: Lost 3-0 last Oct. 13. (0-4 lifetime).

NEAC standings through Sunday: Penn State Harrisburg 3-0, Lancaster Bible College 3-0, Morrisville State College 3-0, SUNY Poly 2-1, Wells College 2-1, Keuka College 2-1, Penn State Berks 1-2, Penn State Abington 1-2, Gallaudet University 1-2, Penn College 0-3, SUNY Cobleskill 0-3, Cazenovia College 0-3.

Statistically speaking: Mingus leads the team with 47 kills, Mahler leads the team with 158 assists and 53 points, Burnett leads the team with 118 digs.

Golf

Penn College finished fourth in a 10-team field Monday at the Williamsport Country Club Collegiate Invitational. Penn State Berks took team honors with an even 300 while the Wildcats recorded a 324, second-best among the five NEAC teams in the field. Individually, Kohltin Bartlow of Montgomery led Penn College with a 75, good for a fifth-place tie in a 59-player field. Susquehanna University’s Devin Peart medaled with a 68.

Women’s tennis

In a recent addition to the schedule, Penn College posted a 5-4 win Saturday at NCAA Division II Lock Haven University to go to 1-2 overall. Wildcats winning both their singles and doubles matches were Olivia Eisenhauer of New Columbia at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles, Cara DiCiano of Denver at No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles and Alexis Youse of Pottsville at No. 3 singles and No. 2 doubles.

Men’s-women’s cross-country

Running competitively for the first time since Sept. 7, the Penn College men finished second Saturday in an eight-team field at the Cazenovia College Invitational. Matt Leiby of Danville placed fourth overall while Chris Hogan of Halifax, Dean Fulton of Palmyra, Jake Mashack of Bloomsburg and Jonah Isaacson of Muncy all ran in the top 20, according to coach Nick Patton.

The women ran incomplete as a team, although Katie Plankenhorn of Montoursville placed 25th overall while Cinnamon Digan of Mifflinburg, Nikki Crow of Elizabethtown and Megan Nosker of DuBois all had solid performances, the coach said.

ON THE HORIZON

Field dedication Saturday

Dedication of UPMC Field, the college’s new synthetic turf field, will be held Saturday as part of the Homecoming Weekend festivities. College President Davie Jane Gilmour will offer welcome remarks

at noon, followed by an on-field donor recognition presentation at 12:50 p.m. Men’s and women’s soccer matches against Lancaster Bible College will follow at 1 and 3 p.m., respectively.

SCHEDULE/RECORDS/RESULTS

Men’s soccer

Overall: 1-6-1

NEAC: 1-2-1

Wednesday, Sept. 25 – at Penn State Berks (NEAC), T, 2-2 (2 OT)

Saturday, Sept. 28 – at Penn State Abington (NEAC), L, 3-1

Tuesday, Oct. 1 – at King’s College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 5 – host Lancaster Bible College (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – at Juniata College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 13 – at SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), noon

Wednesday, Oct. 16 – host Elmira College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Cazenovia College (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – at Morrisville State (NEAC), 1 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 29 – at Wilkes University, 7 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 1 – host Wells College, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Keuka College, 1 p.m.

Tuesday-Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 5-9-10 – NEAC playoffs, TBA

Women’s soccer

Overall: 3-4-1

NEAC: 2-2

Wednesday, Sept. 25 – at Penn State Berks (NEAC), L, 5-0

Saturday, Sept. 28 – at Penn State Abington (NEAC), W, 2-0

Wednesday, Oct. 2 – host Lycoming College (Battle for the Lumber), 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 5 – host Lancaster Bible College (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – host Susquehanna University, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 13 – at SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), 2 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Cazenovia College (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 22 – at Juniata College, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – at Morrisville State (NEAC), 3 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 1 – host Wells College, 6:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Keuka College, 3 p.m.

Tuesday-Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 5-9-10 – NEAC playoffs, TBA

Women’s volleyball

Overall: 1-13

NEAC: 0-3

Thursday, Sept. 26 – at Penn State Harrisburg (NEAC), L, 3-1 (25-13, 25-12, 17-25, 25-12)

Saturday, Sept. 28 – at Hood College triangular vs. Lycoming College, L, 3-0 (25-13, 25-9, 25-13); vs. Hood College, L, 3-0 (25-16, 25-15, 25-20)

Saturday, Oct. 5 – host Gallaudet University (NEAC), 11 a.m.; host Elmira College, 3 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 – vs. Morrisville State College (NEAC), noon; vs. Cazenovia College (NEAC) at Reading, 2 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at SUNY Poly (NEAC), noon; vs. SUNY Cobleskill (NEAC), 2 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 – host Wells College (NEAC), noon; host Keuka College (NEAC), 6 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – host Penn State Abington (NEAC), 10 a.m.; host King’s College, 2 p.m.

End of regular season

Men’s cross-country

Saturday, Sept. 28 – at Cazenovia College Invitational, 2nd in an 8-team field

Saturday, Oct. 5 – Bud Smitley Invitational at Penn State Harrisburg, 3 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at DeSales Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Gettysburg College Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – NEAC Championships at SUNY Cobleskill, 11 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 16 – NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championships at Bethlehem, TBA

End of season

Women’s cross-country

Saturday, Sept. 28 – at Cazenovia College Invitational, no team entered

Saturday, Oct. 5 – Bud Smitley Invitational at Penn State Harrisburg, 3 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 – at DeSales Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – at Gettysburg College Invitational, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 – NEAC Championships at SUNY Cobleskill, 11 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 16 – NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championships at Bethlehem, TBA

End of season

Golf

Monday, Sept. 23 – Williamsport Country Club Collegiate Invitational, 4th in a 10-team field

Monday, Sept. 30 – at Penn State Hazleton Invitational, 11 a.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – at Gettysburg College Invitational, 12:30 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 21 – at Lebanon Valley College Invitational, noon

End of season

Men’s tennis

Overall record: 1-2

Thursday, Oct. 3 – host Lycoming College at Elm Park, 4 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 6 – at King’s College, 2 p.m.

End of season

Women’s tennis

Overall record: 1-2

Saturday, Sept. 28 – at Lock Haven University, W, 5-4

Wednesday, Oct. 2 – host Lycoming College at Elm Park, 4 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 6 – at King’s College, 2 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 13 – host Berkeley College at Elm Park, 2 p.m.

End of season

Oregon @ Stanford

Stanford hosts Oregon in a PAC-12 showdown at 6:30 Saturday on News Talk 104.1 and 1600 WEJS.