Pennsylvania College of Technology, in conjunction with the Penn State University Athletic Conference, has announced the recipients of the winter-spring All-Academic Team award given to student-athletes with a grade-point average of 3.0 or better in the semester of competition. There were:
Baseball - Jarod Bull, of Jacobus; Cody Buterbaugh, of Conestoga; Zachary Buterbaugh, of Conestoga; Philip Carnevale, of Carteret, N.J.; Skylar Gingrich, of Lititz; Travis Hendershot, of Muncy; Thomas Hughes, of Easton; John Rodriguez-McKeon, of Stroudsburg; Michael Scully, of Middletown, Del.; James Scully III, of Middletown, Del.; Craig Watson, of McEwensville; and Zachary Yetter, of Thompsontown.
Men's basketball - Nicholas Deleon, of Bronx, N.Y.; Scott Fenton, of Dickson City; Patrick Irick, of Schwensksville; Lewis Moya, of Allentown; and Anthony Reed, of Flinton.
Women's basketball - Mackenzie Brown, of Lititz; Carrie Egli, of Picture Rocks; Kierstin Steer, of South Williamsport; and Alison Van Metter, of Saylorsburg.
Softball - Lindsey Anderson, of Heber Springs, Ark.; Maggie Calkins, of Bloomsburg; Britni Fennell, of Conyngham; Rachel Heller, of Allison Park; Stephanie Keifrider, of Douglassville; Hannah Latour, of Franklin; Lacy Lose, of Avis; Dana Ritter, of Walden, N.Y.; and Emily Yoder, of Catawissa.
Wrestling - Paul Crutchlow, of Morris Plains, N.J.; Logan Gresock, of Wadsworth, Ohio; Derek Leiby, of Troy; and Levi Speicher, of Manns Choice.
Also, during the U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships May 18-20, five Penn College archers were honored as Academic All-Americans. They are Zachary Bixby, of Gillett; Matt Cummings, of Mountville; Andrew Everett, of New Market, Md.; Nicole Lapinski, of Bloomsburg; and Glen Thomas, of Mercer.