Intercollegiate Sports
Spring 2012 Archery

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U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships - Harrisonburg, Va. (A)
Thursday, May 17, 2012

The Wildcats competed for four days on the campus of James Madison UniversityHARRISONBURG, Va. - For the third straight year, the Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team is No. 2 in the nation.

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East Regional Intercollegiate Archery Championships -Williamsport, Pa. (A)
Saturday, April 21, 2012

Freshman Matthew Cummings won the men's compound competitionScoring individual first-place finishes over the weekend were Matthew Cummings, of Mountville, in men’s compound; Kelvin Dewalt, of Easton, in men’s bowhunter; and Kendel Baier, of Jersey Shore, in women’s bowhunter.

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New England Collegiate Archery Tournament - Storrs, Conn. (A)
Saturday, April 14, 2012

Sophomore Ashley Baker took second in the women's compound competitionSTORRS, Conn. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team took home six first place trophies at the New England Collegiate Archery Tournament this past weekend. The tournament, hosted by the University of Connecticut (UCONN), had over 50 archers in attendance from UCONN, Columbia, and Penn State. Sophomore Zachary Bixby (Gillett) for men’s compound and freshman Jordan McGowan (Carlisle) for men’s bowhunter won first place in their respective disciplines. Penn College also took tops spots in the team rounds in men’s bowhunter and compound and mixed recurve and bowhunter.

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Adam Wheatcroft Memorial - Harrisonburg, Va. (A)
Saturday, March 24, 2012

Freshman Nicole Lapinski was first in the women's compound competitionHARRISONBURG, Va. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team had four individuals and three teams take first place at the Adam Wheatcroft Memorial Invitational hosted by James Madison University this weekend. Freshmen Matthew Cummings (Mountville) and Nicole Lapinski (Bloomsburg) won the men’s and women’s compound competition, respectively. Also, sophomore Kelvin Dewalt (Easton) and freshman Kendal Baier (Jersey Shore) took home first in the men’s and women’s bowhunter competitions, respectively. In the team competitions, women’s compound and both the men’s and women’s bowhunter teams earned top honors.

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U.S. Indoor/East Regional - Harrisonburg, Va. (A)
Friday, March 9, 2012

Ashlee Mull placed sixth in the women's recurve competitionHARRISONBURG, Va.– The Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team dominated team competition and added an individual title at the U.S. Indoor Championships-East Region at James Madison University. The Wildcats took seven of the nine team competitions and freshman Nicole Lapinski (Bloomsburg) took first in the individual women's compound competition. "I'm happy with how everyone shot," said head coach Brian Parker. "We've got a long season to go, but if we keep shooting like this, we should be a strong contendor at nationals."

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PA Indoor Championships- Taylor, Pa. (A)
Saturday, March 3, 2012

Joseph Dowdrick (right) and Kelvin Dewalt (left) took first and second places respectively in the men's bowhunter competitionTAYLOR, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team cleaned house at the PA State Indoor Championships Collegiate Division in Taylor, Pa. The Wildcats had five champions in the event with 13 making the top three spots. Senior Glen Thomas (Mercer) won men’s recurve, freshman Andrew Everett (New Market, Md.) took men’s compound while freshman Nichole Lapinski (Bloomsburg) won on the women’s side, and sophomore Joseph Dowdrick (Lebanon) took the top spot in men’s bowhunter while freshman Eileen McKinney (New Brighton) won the women’s flight.

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Early Bird Expo - Bloomsburg, Pa. (A)
Friday, January 27, 2012

The Wildcats had eight archers place at the Early Bird ExpoBLOOMSBURG, Pa. - Freshman Nicole Lapinski (Bloomsburg) took first place in the women's open flight as the Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team competed at the Early Bird Expo Shoot in Bloomsburg this past weekend. The Wildcats sent 18 archers to the event and had eight place finishers. "We did well," said head coach Brian Parker. "It was an event that got their feet wet and got us ready for what is to come."

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Latest Score

Thursday, May 17

U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships - Harrisonburg, Va. (A)
Second Place

Spring 2012 Team

Archery Spring 2012 Team

#NameHeightPositionHigh SchoolHome TownClass Yr.
Brandon AllisonRecurveNorthern Bedford County HSRoaring SpringSophomore
Kendel BaierBow HunterJersey Shore Area Senior HSJersey ShoreFreshman
Ashley BakerCompoundCoudersport HSCoudersportSophomore
Brianna BatykeferBow HunterKnoch Senior HSButlerFreshman
Zachary BixbyCompoundTroy Area HSGillettSophomore
Rebecca BoyerCompoundPalmerton Area HSMacungieFreshman
Matthew CummingsCompoundHempfield HSMountvilleFreshman
Kelvin DewaltBowhunterEaston Area HSEastonSophomore
Joseph Dowdrick IIIBow HunterCedar Crest HSLebanonJunior
Carrie EichenlaubRecurveSouthern Huntingdon County HSNeelytonFreshman
Andrew EverettCompoundLinganore HSNew Market, MDFreshman
Clint HintonCompoundCentral Mountain HSLock HavenJunior
Stephen KeysRecurveBrookville Area Jr Sr HSReynoldsvilleFreshman
Nicole LapinskiCompoundCentral Columbia HSBloomsburgFreshman
Justus LeimbachCompoundFrancis Scott Key HSWestminster, MDFreshman
Jordan McGowanBow HunterCarlisle HSCarlisleFreshman
Eileen McKinneyBowhunterFreedom AreaNew BrightonFreshman
Ashlee MullRecurveSouth Williamsport Jr Sr HSWilliamsportSophomore
Glen ThomasRecurveWest Middlesex Area Jr Sr HSMercerSenior
Tiffany TurgeonRecurveJohnstown Christian SchoolHooversvilleFreshman

Brian Parker (portrait)
Brian Parker

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