Fall Sports Teams Finish Strong – From staff reports

The fall sports season proved to be another success story, as seven teams posted a combined won-loss-tied mark of 147-54-3, a .731 winning percentage.

  • The coed tennis team went 17-1 and won its second straight Penn State University Athletic Conference championship.
  • The women’s soccer team went 8-4-1 and tied for third place nationally in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association.
  • The men’s soccer team went 15-5-1 and finished second in the PSUAC and tied for fourth in the USCAA.
  • The men’s cross-country team went 54-14 and won its fifth consecutive PSUAC crown while finishing second in the USCAA.
  • The women’s cross-country team went 21-13-1 and finished second in the PSUAC and fifth in the USCAA.
  • The women’s volleyball team went 15-10 and reached the PSUAC semifinals.
  • The golf team went 20-7 and finished third in the PSUAC and fourth in the USCAA.

The teams’ national championship successes thus far place the college atop the USCAA Director’s Cup standings. Penn College has 404.5 points, followed by Southern Virginia University with 319.5 points and New Hampshire Technical Institute with 300.5 points.

The Director’s Cup is awarded to the member institution that excels in a wide range of men’s and women’s sports for which the USCAA offers championships. The award recognizes the most successful athletic program that competes in the USCAA during a given year. Points for the Cup are awarded based on program offerings and championship event results. Last year, Southern Virginia claimed the cup with 610.5 points and Penn College finished second with 503 points. Ten of Penn College’s 14 sports compete in the USCAA.

USCAA First Team All-American

Katie P. Moltz, women’s soccer
Kierstin G. Steer, women’s soccer

USCAA Honorable Mention All-American

Steven R. Bullock, men’s soccer
April M. Champion, women’s soccer
Coleby V. Frye, men’s soccer

USCAA All-Academic Team

Clayton J. Bretz, men’s soccer
Travis M. Cain, men’s cross country
April M. Champion, women’s soccer
William J. DeAngelo, men’s soccer
Jeffrey J. Faherty, men’s cross country
Alex D. Kahler, men’s cross country
John M. Kriner, men’s cross country
Brendan E. Muth, men’s soccer
Corvin K. Oberholtzer, men’s cross country
Ashley D. Oswald, women’s volleyball
Abigail E. Park, women’s cross country
Bradley T. Robinson, men’s cross country
Christopher M. Rougeot, men’s soccer
Abigail L. Schuler, women’s cross country
Samantha L. Wallish, women’s soccer
Brian D. West, men’s cross country

PSUAC All-Conference Team

First Team
Steven R. Bullock, men’s soccer
Mark B. Cordeiro, men’s cross country
Jeffrey J. Faherty, men’s cross country
Craig S. Flint, golf
Coleby V. Frye, men’s soccer
Abigail E. Park, women’s cross country
Bradley T. Robinson, men’s cross country
Hollie N. Schuster, women’s cross country

Second Team
Alyssa M. Covas, women’s volleyball
Tara M. Powell, women’s volleyball
Seth M. Rearick, men’s soccer
Morris Sayon, men’s soccer
Lyndsey A. Smith, women’s volleyball

All-Conference announcements for tennis are pending.

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