The Penn State Mont Alto wrestling program and head coach Chris Leese announced the addition of eight new wrestlers who are expected to make an immediate impact during the 2019-20 season.
The Penn State Mont Alto men's soccer program and head coach Tim Carey announced a 13-person recruiting class for the Nittany Lions, with the group set to join PSUMA for the 2019 season.
Franklin County Sheriff-elect Dane Anthony strolled onto Henninger Field with his friend Everett Rey last week as the mid-summer sun beat down on the historic ball field.
Wilson College Director of Athletics Lori Frey has announced the hiring of Emily Barbieri as the head women's lacrosse coach. Barbieri comes to Wilson after serving as the assistant coach and offensive coordinator at Hood College since 2015.
The Chambersburg Trojans Boys Basketball team began the year knowing they could have a good season, but what they ended up accomplishing far exceeded expectations.
The United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) released their 2019 Baseball All-Americans on Sunday, May 12 with four members of the Penn State Mont Alto baseball team receiving the accolades.
The United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) announced that Krista Feaser (Shippensburg, Pa.), Monica Fleshman (Gettysburg, Pa. ), Helayna Thomas (Biglerville, Pa.) and Shaina Walker (Halifax, Pa.) were recognized at the annual end-of-year banquet for their outstanding efforts in the classroom as each were named to the All-Academic Team.
The No. 8 seed Penn State Mont Alto lost a heartbreaker as the baseball team was unable to avoid elimination against Mississippi University of the Women at the USCAA Small College World Series, losing 9-4 on Tuesday morning.
Sophomore Bryce Kendall and seniors Hunter Martin and Colin Osborne were named to the USCAA National All-Academic Team on Sunday, May 12.
Despite not bringing home a PSUAC trophy, Mont Alto has had a great season with a 25-18 overall record and was 11-4 in the PSUAC during the regular season.
On Thursday, May 2 the Pennsylvania State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) announced its 2019 Softball End of the Year Awards. For the second consecutive year, Mont Alto had three members of the softball team land on the PSUAC All-Conference teams.
Mont Alto (25-16) moves onto the double elimination part of the PSUAC Tournament with the semifinal and championship rounds taking place at Showers Field in DuBois, Pa. on May 5-6. PSUMA will face the top seed from the East Division, Penn State Wilkes-Barre at 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 5.
Wilson finished the game scoring 11 runs on ten hits and no errors while Cedar Crest finished with one run on five hits and three errors. The victory also secured the Phoenix a spot in the CSAC playoffs.
Mont Alto will be the No. 2 seed from the PSUAC West Division and will host No. 3 Penn State Greater Allegheny on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in a tournament elimination game.
The Penn State Mont Alto (8-26, 5-15 PSUAC) softball season came to a close this season, but the Nittany Lions will return several starters from this year's team to the 2020 roster as they look to continue their pursuit of a PSUAC title.
Mont Alto returns to action on Wednesday, April 24, in a non-conference nine-inning game with Dickinson College. First pitch is slated for 3 p.m.
Topper had an outstanding week at the plate. He blasted four homers on the week, including a pair against DuBois.
MONT ALTO – The Penn State Mont Alto softball team earned a pair of victories over Trinity Washington University on Tuesday afternoon.
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