Twenty-Seven Penn College Fall Athletes Honored
Twenty-seven Pennsylvania College of Technology fall sports athletes, including 16 freshmen, have been awarded all-state or all-conference honors.
Named to Pennsylvania Collegiate Athletic Association all-state teams:
BaseballTyler Heagy (freshman/Annville-Cleona)
Golf Shaun McQuay (freshman/Warrior Run), Brandon Smith (sophomore/Wellsboro) and Jeff Kerr II (sophomore/Bloomsburg)
Men's Cross Country Dan Arminavage (sophomore/Annville-Cleona), Tom Lambert (freshman, Bangor), Justin Alberts (freshman/Greenwood), Jamie King (sophomore/Scranton) and Ryan Lampart (freshman/Hazleton)
Men's SoccerAdam Cleland (freshman/East Pennsboro), Travis Russ (freshman/Pleasant Valley) and Adam Waigand (sophomore/Seneca Valley, N.Y.)
Women's Cross Country Jennie Mull (freshman/Huntingdon), Rachel Sledzinski (freshman/Western Wayne) and Krystal Sheredos (freshman/Bangor)
Named to the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference all-conference:
BaseballHeagy, Brad Reed (freshman/Pine Grove) and Dave Miller (freshman/Pen Argyl)
GolfMcQuay, Smith and Kerr II
Men's Cross Country Arminavage, Lambert and Alberts
Men's Soccer Cleland, Russ, Waigand, Ryan Swartz (sophomore/Muhlenberg), Alex Johnson (sophomore/New Oxford), Mike Angell (sophomore/Central York), Jordan Myers (freshman/York), John Swope (freshman/East Pennsboro), Lathan Gross (sophomore/Nnortheastern) and Wesley Miller (freshman/Wilson).
Women's Cross Country Mull, Sledzinski and Tracey Seylar (freshman/Chambersburg)
Women's Soccer Kim Carbaugh (freshman/Northern Lebanon) and Nicole Crouse (sophomore/West York).
During the fall season, the men's soccer team finished 19-2 and won championships in the EPCC, PCAA and Commonwealth Campus Athletic Conference (coach Andy Richardson was named PCAA coach of the year), the golf team went 35-0 and won PCAA and CCAC championships (Smith was the individual CCAC champ and coach Chet Schuman was coach of the year in the PCAA and CCAC), the men's cross country team went 14-9 and won EPCC, PCAA and CCAC championships (coach Mike Paulhamus was PCAA coach of the year), the women's cross country team went 9-0 and won the PCAA and CCAC titles, the baseball team went 8-13 and the women's soccer team went 2-6-1.