42 Penn College scholar-athletes honored

With 42 North Eastern Athletic Conference Scholar-Athletes, Pennsylvania College of Technology finished ninth for total number of scholar-athletes in the 14-team conference which, for the third-straight year, set a record with 806 student-athletes receiving the distinction.

This year’s honorees continue to highlight the geographic diversity of the league with NEAC Scholar-Athletes representing 32 different states, Puerto Rico and 14 countries. To be selected, a student-athlete competing in a conference-sponsored sport must achieve a combined grade point average of 3.4 or higher for the fall and spring semesters and must have been in good standing on his or her team.

The women’s soccer team topped all Penn College teams with 10 selections, while the men’s soccer team was second with eight selections.

Honored were:

Baseball

• Cody Cline, freshman, Waynesboro, automotive technology concentration

• Kyle Fox, senior, Fleetwood, manufacturing engineering technology

• Evan Woods, sophomore, Clymer, New York, heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology.

Softball

• Laycee Clark, freshman, Tyrone, general studies

• Taylor Krow, sophomore, also women’s tennis, Camp Hill, pre-applied health studies-radiography

• Amanda Kustanbauter, junior, Muncy, sport and event management concentration.

Golf

• Justin Geedey, junior, Turbotville, manufacturing engineering technology

• Tyler Marks, junior, Beachwood, New Jersey, building construction technology-masonry concentration

• Austin Moscariello, freshman, New Columbia, building construction technology

• Ryen Persun, sophomore, Linden, business management.

Men’s basketball

• Benjamin Hoffman, freshman, St. Marys, building construction technology

• Thomas Ross, senior, Williamsport, accounting

• Benjamin Sosa, sophomore, Loyalsock Township, exercise science.

Women’s basketball

• Natali Fargus, freshman, Lock Haven, accounting.

Men’s cross-country

• David Carlson, freshman, Elizabethtown, engineering CAD technology

• Christopher Hogan, freshman, Halifax, welding and fabrication engineering technology

• Nathan Mashack, senior, Bloomsburg, electronics and computer engineering technology

• Liam McGarvey, sophomore, Cogan Station, building construction technology

• Thomas Runner, sophomore, Elkridge, Maryland, building construction technology concentration.

Women’s cross-country

• Kaitlyn Anderson, sophomore, Mastic, New York, nursing

• Tiffany Griffie, sophomore, Newville, landscape emphasis.

Men’s soccer

• Gregory Dorsch, freshman, Mount Airy, Maryland, welding and fabrication engineering technology

• Joseph Dreese, senior, Williamsport, information assurance and cyber security

• Daniel Hibbs, sophomore, Williamsport, sport and event management concentration

• Nicholas Howland, freshman, Woodbridge, Virginia, automotive restoration technology

• Jakob Lemay, freshman, Mifflinburg, engineering design technology

• Luke McFalls, senior, New Oxford, welding and fabrication engineering technology

• John Murray, sophomore, Dallas, renewable energy technologies

• Brandon Wolff, sophomore, Effort, graphic design.

Women’s soccer

• Breica Beck, freshman, Mountville, physician assistant

• Colleen Bowes, senior, Wayne, web and interactive media

• Jordan Courter, senior, Mill Hall, occupational therapy assistant concentration

• Lauren Herr, junior, Lititz, construction management

• Breelyn Johnson-Fite, sophomore, also women’s basketball and softball, Bogota, New Jersey, landscape emphasis

• Valerie Kubalak, sophomore, also women’s tennis, Spring Mills, physician assistant

• Hunter Madison, freshman, Tremont, pre-nursing

• Caitlin McCarthy, junior, State College, pre-physician assistant

• Tania Parra, sophomore, Biglerville, nursing

• Hanna Williams, senior, also women’s tennis, Marion, New York, industrial and human factors design.

Men’s tennis

• Ethan Rosler, sophomore, Bloomsburg, welding and fabrication engineering technology.

Women’s volleyball

• Karli Coleman, freshman, Lock Haven, pre-nursing

• Keri Fargus, sophomore, Lock Haven, human services.

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