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8 Penn State-Berks Nittany Lions held on to upset the No. 1 Kean Cougars in Game 2 of the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional at Santander Stadium. WEST CHESTER, Pa. - West Chester University men's tennis blanked Penn State Berks on Friday at home by a score of In game one, Tyler Fleischut led Penn State Berks with two hits and an RBI. Dan Faith and Dan Skawski each added two hits and two runs. Kyle.

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Coach Ron “BooBoo” Schaeffer is a graduate of Penn State Berks and graduate of Penn State’s World Campus. At Penn State Berks, he was a three-year starter on the baseball team and served as team captain his junior and senior years. During his junior and senior year, he was the Student Athletes Advisory Committee (SAAC) president. He was the first player to reach career hits in Penn State Berks history. After his graduation, he joined the coaching staff at Penn State Berks from where he worked with hitters and catchers. In his first season in , Penn State Berks finished as a Northeastern Atlantic Conference (NEAC) runner-up and in won the NEAC and advanced to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Baseball Tournament. In his final season in , they were regular season champions.

Schaeffer also coached for Berkshire Baseball for the eight years, and in became a head coach. He finished his career at Berkshire with a record of , and numerous tournament championships and runner-up accomplishments along the way. He also captured the City-County Senior League title in and league runner-up in Schaeffer was also the head Junior Legion coach for Conrad Weiser where he posted a record of went in three seasons. His team captured the Lebanon County Junior Legion Championship and advanced to the Pennsylvania State Junior. Legion Eastern Regional’s where they lost in the qualifying game in ten innings to eventual state runner-up, Shillington. He was an assistant coach at Ursinus College during the seasons where he worked with the catchers and pitchers. Recently, he was the head middle school coach at Governor Mifflin and head senior legion coach for the Shillington Red Sox.

Schaeffer has also coached high school baseball at the varsity level and has given private lessons. He worked numerous baseball camps/showcases including Millersville University (one year) and Penn State’s University Park campus (three years) along with being the bullpen catcher for the Reading Phillies for three seasons. Schaeffer has also been a baseball coordinator and head coach for the Keystone State Games for ten years.

In addition to baseball, Schaeffer enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his wife and son. Coach Schaeffer resides in Sinking Spring with his wife, Katie, and sons, Zac and Alex, and is an admissions counselor for Job Corps.

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Penn State Berks

 Penn State Berks Campus Athletic Facilities Feasibility Study
Spring Township, Berks County, PA

PSU Berks Field 2 (Custom)
Terraform was part of a team that provided a feasibility study for the proposed athletic facilities at the Penn State Berks Campus located in Spring Township, Berks County, PA. The study included two grass playing fields, an artificial turf field, a baseball field, a softball field, six Tennis Courts, a Jogging trail, and a field house. The study identified regulatory approval requirements, environmental constraints and opportunities, conceptual layout, grading, and lighting. Utility requirements and availability was also investigated. Preliminary construction cost and project phasing was also addressed as part of the feasibility study.

After the feasibility study, Penn State Berks decided to move forward with an artificial turf field with bleachers and walkways located next to the Beaver Community Center. The project included layout, grading, stormwater design and all approvals requirePSU Berks Field 1d for the project. A stormwater irrigation system was design to address water volume control for the NPDES permit. Approvals were obtained from Spring Township and the Berks County Conservation District. Design also included all utilities for the site including water service, athletic field lighting, and site electric.

 

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More than a year after their last competitive NCAA Division III games, it would be an understatement to say that the Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball and softball teams are eager to get back into action.

Both squads are scheduled to open at home Saturday – baseball hosting Penn State Harrisburg in a 1 p.m. twin bill at Bowman Field and softball entertaining Morrisville State College at 1 p.m. in a doubleheader at Elm Park. For the baseball team, it will have been days since it last played while the softball team has been idled for days – both due to the COVID pandemic that prematurely ended all spring sports a year ago.

And playing an all-North Eastern Athletic Conference schedule that includes 10 doubleheaders, the importance of every game can’t be overlooked.

Baseball
Going into last season, Chris Howard was poised to pick up his th career coaching win after averaging nearly 22 wins per season during his first 13 years.

That, however, never happened as the Wildcats closed out a game season with a record that included wins in their last three games. Howard enters this season with a record.

“With the loss of last season due to COVID, we are a very freshman-heavy team with essentially two freshman classes,” Howard said.

“Senior catcher Brittan Kittle, of Millville, will be the anchor and leader who will be key in developing our young pitching staff while also providing offensive pop in the middle of the lineup. Junior Jacob Carles, of Bernville, a two-year starter in the outfield, also will provide upperclassman leadership and steady offensive and defensive play,” Howard said.

Kittle earned NEAC second-team honors in and was named to the first team in and In nine games a year ago, he had a batting average, slugging percentage with 17 hits, 13 runs batted in, five home runs and six runs scored.

Carles was named to the NEAC second team in In 10 games last season, he had a batting average, slugging percentage, 12 hits, eight RBIs, nine runs scored and three stolen bases.

Another Wildcat to watch, according to Howard, is sophomore right-handed pitcher Justin Porter, of Fairless Hills, who struck out 11, walked two and had a earned run average in innings of work over three games last year.

“I would really like to build off of our last few games from Myrtle Beach last year. I really feel like some of last year’s freshmen were starting to get comfortable as college players,” Howard said.

“It will be different and a bit of a challenge to jump right into conference play without the benefit of nonconference games to knock some of the rust off but we are simply going to have to rise to the challenge,” Howard continued. “I think the fact that we are finally able to play again will help us in those first few games. One of the purposes of nonconference games is to help determine who your starters are going to be as you move into conference play. This year will be more of a “who’s hot is who’s in the lineup.”

Last season, the infield ended with sophomore Tyler Rudolph, of Hemlock, New York, at first base; junior Brayden Lippert, of Carlisle, at second base; sophomore Keegan Nytz, of Allentown, at shortstop; and sophomore Cameron Dick, of Dillsburg, at third base. “They are all solid players but we also have some really nice depth all the way around the infield this year,” said Howard, who is assisted by Jared Grove.

Senior Ethan Ketterman, of Biglerville, is coming back this year after shoulder surgery, according to the coach, and another player who is making quite an impression is junior Brian Robison, of Quakertown, who can play all over the infield.

“Freshman Reese Kauffman, of York Haven, is someone who will make an impact for us this year with his bat, as well as junior Connor Burke, of St. Clair, who is just a solid hitter and a nice offensive weapon to have,” Howard said, adding, “freshmen Ian Gagliano, of Hughesville, and Alex Jaworski, of Taylor, have been getting stronger every day and have some really nice hands playing at shortstop and second base, respectively. Sophomore Shane Price, of Kersey, can play third and catch, and he ended last year hot with three home runs in Myrtle as the designated hitter.

“We have a solid outfield with Carles; sophomore Jake Wagner, of Palmyra; sophomore Kolt Smith, of Millville; junior Sam Zeigler, of Palmyra; and junior Christian Perna, of Frenchtown, New Jersey. You can interchange any of those guys in any position and they will perform.

“We have several players that can be used in the DH spot this year with Price, Kauffman, Burke, Ketterman and freshman Dom Harding, of South Williamsport. All of them swing the bat really well which will give us several choices.”

Catching will be anchored by Kittle with depth coming from Harding, Price and freshman Drake Mankey, of Williamsport.

“Pitching will always be the key and we are happy with the staff that we are developing,” Howard said, pointing to Porter; Ben Bretzman, of Bendersville; Cole Culver, of Titusville; Joe Fatzinger, of Topton; Andrew Snyder, of Whitehall; and Evan Nagy, of Loyalsock Township, who are “second-year players (COVID freshmen) we are looking to develop into the heart of our staff.”

Seniors Luis Rodriguez, of Bronx, New York; Max Conrad, of Hagerstown, Maryland; and Hunter Jordan, of Middleburg, “will be key to our success on the hill this year. Not just by how they perform on the mound but how they help along the rest of the young staff,” Howard said.

Freshmen pitchers who have impressed the staff so far are Chance Webb, of Hughesville, and Joel Verrico, of Montoursville. Howard also said he looks for freshman Jason Cute, of Glenside, to develop into a starter as his career progresses.

Based on the preseason outlook of NEAC coaches, perennial title contenders Penn State Berks and champion Penn State Abington, along with conference “newcomer” Penn State Harrisburg, should be among the elite. Penn State Harrisburg was a member of the NEAC from , then left for the Colonial Athletic Conference.

“I’m not so concerned about getting off to a hot start. I think it is much more important to improve every day, every game, and make sure that our last games we are playing the best baseball we can. Our goal every year is to make the conference playoffs and win a conference championship. This year will be no different,” Howard said.

Softball
Due to its abrupt end, Angie Hunley termed last year as “the hardest season in my coaching career.” And it was her first at Penn College after a dozen years as an assistant at Mansfield University. So, in a sense, her new beginning that ended with a record, including shutout wins in its final two games, is set to begin again.

“After graduating pitching powerhouse Morgan Heritage (New Castle, Delaware), the team will rely on its strong defense, speed and hitting lineup to lead the way in ,” Hunley said.

“Returning seven starters from last year’s roster, the Wildcats will be an experienced squad looking to be in the hunt for a playoff berth,” the coach continued, adding, “with the addition of a few key rookies, the team is looking forward to a strong return to NEAC play after its championship tournament runner-up campaign.

“Losing Morgan Heritage in the pitcher’s circle is difficult. She pitched the majority of the team’s innings her entire career. We will be relying on our pitching staff to step up and get it done for us.”

Key returning players are sophomore shortstop Maddie Hurst, of Mechanicsburg, and sophomore catcher Ivvy Morder. Both are sophomores from Mechanicsburg. In nine games last year, Morder hit with eight RBIs and five runs scored and Hurst hit with nine RBIs and 12 runs scored.

Other returning starters are junior Liv Hemstock, of Northford, Connecticut; junior Shayla Bickel, of Shinglehouse; sophomore Madison Shaffer, of Trout Run; sophomore Jaylynn Cochran, of Cogan Station; and junior Gillian Sinnott, of Sykesville, Maryland.

Based on the preseason outlook of NEAC coaches, champion Penn State Berks, Penn State Abington and Penn State Harrisburg also should be among the top teams. PS Harrisburg returns to the conference after a six-year stint in the Colonial Athletic Conference.

“With the shortened season, every game becomes crucial. We have to be ready to go … to battle for a playoff berth,” said Hunley, who is assisted by Taylor Chidester.

“We are hungry and excited to get back on the field!” Hunley added.

Men’s/Women’s Tennis
This week, the start of the season was pushed back to April 10 and a revised schedule (see below) was announced.

SCHEDULES/RECORDS/RESULTS
Baseball
Saturday, March 27 – host Penn State Harrisburg at Bowman Field (2), 1 p.m.
Wednesday, March 31 – at Wells College (2), 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 3 – at Penn State Abington (2), 1 p.m.
Wednesday, April 7 – at Lancaster Bible College (2), noon
Saturday, April 10 – host Penn State Berks (2) at Bowman Field, Noon
Thursday, April 15 – at Penn State Harrisburg (2), 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 17 – host Wells College at Bowman Field (2), 1 p.m.
Wednesday, April 21 – host Penn State Abington at Bowman Field (2), 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 24 – host Lancaster Bible College at Bowman Field (2), 1 p.m.
Wednesday, April 28 – at Penn State Berks (2), 1 p.m.
Saturday, May 1 – NEAC Playoffs, TBA
Saturday, May 8 – NEAC Semifinals, TBA
Saturday, May 15 – NEAC Championship, TBA

Softball
Saturday, March 27 – host Morrisville State College at Elm Park (2), 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 3 – host Penn State Harrisburg at Elm Park (2), 1 p.m.
Wednesday, April 7 – at Penn State Berks (2), 3 p.m.
Saturday, April 10 – host Lancaster Bible College at Elm Park (2), 1 p.m.
Wednesday, April 14 – host Wells College at Elm Park (2), 4 p.m.
Saturday, April 17 – at Penn State Abington (2), 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 24 – at Morrisville State College (2), 1 p.m.
Thursday, April 29 – at Penn State Harrisburg (2), 3 p.m.
Saturday, May 1 – host Penn State Berks (2), 5 p.m.
Thursday, May 6 – at Wells College (2), 4 p.m.
Saturday, May 8 – NEAC Semifinals, TBA
Saturday, May 15 – NEAC Championship, TBA

Men’s Lacrosse
Saturday, April 3 – host Morrisville State College, 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 11 – at La Roche University, 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 17 – host Medaille College, 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 24 – at Wells College, 1 p.m.
Saturday, May 1 – at Hilbert College, 2 p.m.
Wednesday, May 5 – NEAC Playoffs, TBA
Saturday, May 8 – NEAC Championship, TBA

Golf
Wednesday, April 7 – vs. Lycoming College at Williamsport Country Club, TBA
Wednesday, April 14 – NEAC Preview at Harrisburg’s Dauphin Highlands Golf Course, TBA
Saturday-Sunday, April – NEAC Championship at Harrisburg’s Dauphin Highlands Golf Course, TBA

Men’s Tennis
Saturday, April 10 – at Lancaster Bible College, 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 11 – host Penn State Harrisburg, 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 17 – at Penn State Berks, 3 p.m.
Tuesday, April 20 – host Penn State Abington, 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 24 – NEAC Playoffs, TBA
Tuesday, April 27 – NEAC Semifinals, TBA
Saturday, May 1 – NEAC Championship, TBA

Women’s Tennis
Saturday, April 10 – at Lancaster Bible College, 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 11 – host Penn State Harrisburg, 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 17 – at Penn State Berks, 3 p.m.
Tuesday, April 20 – host Penn State Abington, 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 24 – NEAC Playoffs, TBA
Tuesday, April 27 – NEAC Semifinals, TBA
Saturday, May 1 – NEAC Championship, TBA

For more information, visit the Wildcat Athletics website.

For more about NEAC, visit the conference website. (NOTE: All playoff schedules taken from that site).

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SU baseball tops Penn State-Berks in DIII regional


MARK HOSTUTLER 

Soccer

LANCASTER, Pa. -- Franklin & Marshall kept rolling with a victory in its home opener against Penn State-Berks on Saturday afternoon, winning over the visiting Nittany Lions. With the win, the Diplomats improved to on the season while Penn State-Berks fell to

It didn't take long for the Diplomats to get on the scoresheet, as Sarah Marsan tracked down a loose ball in the box after a failed clearance off a corner and laced it into the upper 90 for a advantage in the third minute.

Dahlia Pepe netted her first career goal just a dozen minutes later, as she cracked a looping ball over the keeper for a lead.

F&M tacked on another in the 23rd minute, as Meg O'Callahan sent a 30+ yard through ball over the top of the Nittany Lion defense. Alison Francis corralled the pass just inside the box and slotted it home.

Sierra Brophy got in on the scoring in the 27th minute, converting on a four-pass buildup from the backline and a weighted through ball from Francis for a advantage entering halftime.

Sporting a new-look lineup in the second half with all but one first half starter remaining in the game, Bri Skidmore sliced through multiple defenders and unleashed a 30 yard rocket into the back of the net.

F&M largely dominated all facets of play from start to finish, as they outshot the Nittany Lions (including in the first half) and led in corners.

Trin Cooper () and Emily Senko paired for the shutout victory, with Senko making two saves in the effort.

Bri Skidmore led the Diplomats with six shots, Alison Francis racked up five, and Meg O'Callahan had four. Dahila Pepe, Sierra Brophy, and Sarah Marsan all had three shots.

F&M continues its brief homestand on Wednesday against local rival Elizabethtown with a pm start at Tylus Field.

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Penn State Berks

Penn State Berks is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University located in Spring Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.[1]

History[edit]

First known as Wyomissing Polytechnic Institute, Penn State Berks became part of the Penn State system in The Berks campus has experienced many changes since then. WPI occupied the original Sacred Heart Church building on Hill Road, where the McDonald's Restaurant now stands, from to Its facilities were offered to Penn State to establish Penn State Wyomissing Center. It moved to its present Spring Township location in Dormitories were first added in with additional dorms in , which made Berks a commuter as well as a residential campus.[2]

The latest building at Penn. State Berks, the Gaige Technology and Innovation Center

Student enrollment at Penn State Berks has increased steadily since , when approximately students attended. Today, there are an estimated 2, students enrolled. The campus currently has 15 buildings on acres (1&#;km²) of land. There are full-time and 70 part-time faculty members.[3]

While being a commonwealth campus of the state land-grant university, since it has offered baccalaureate degrees independently from The Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity Park campus in partnership with a neighboring campus under the title of Berks and Lehigh Valley College. Under a university-ordered reconstruction, Penn State Berks and Penn State Lehigh Valley were split in Penn State Berks became a stand-alone college in the Penn State system and Penn State Lehigh Valley became a part of the University College system.

Student life[edit]

Penn State Berks has over 50 active clubs.[4] All student organizations are overseen by the Student Government Association, which requires that all clubs complete 24 hours of community service per semester in return for providing funds.

Housing on campus[edit]

A view of the path to the Perkins Student Center
The Woods The Village
  • Amber Hall
  • Evergreen Hall
  • Juniper Hall
  • Pepperwood Hall
  • Poplar Hall
  • Willow Hall
  • Ivy Hall
  • Cedar Hall
  • Greenbriar Hall
  • Sage Hall
  • Laurel Hall
  • Oakmoss Hall
  • Sweetwood Hall

Athletics[edit]

Penn State–Berks, known athletically as the Nittany Lions, compete at the NCAADivision III level; which is also a member of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC).

Penn State–Berks fields 12 varsity sports:

Club Sports[edit]

Penn State–Berks also fields a number of competitive club sports that have no affiliation with the NCAA or NEAC.

Club programs include:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Overall: - Conference:
3/21 vs. Susquehanna • W, BX
3/21 vs. Susquehanna • W, BX
3/23 at Mount Aloysius • W, BX
3/23 at Mount Aloysius • L, BX
3/27 at Penn College * • W, BX
3/27 at Penn College * • W, BX
3/30 at Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
3/30 at Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/3 vs. Wells * • W, BX
4/3 vs. Wells * • W, BX
4/5 at Keystone • L, BX
4/5 at Keystone • W, BX
4/10 at Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/10 at Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/14 vs. Shenandoah • W, BX
4/14 vs. Shenandoah • L, BX
4/15 vs. Penn College * • W, BX
4/15 vs. Penn College * • W, BX
4/17 vs. Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/17 vs. Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/20 vs. Keystone • W, BX
4/20 vs. Keystone • L, BX
4/24 vs. Penn State-Abington * • W, BX
4/24 vs. Penn State-Abington * • L, BX
4/28 vs. Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/28 vs. Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
5/1 at Wells * • W, BX
5/1 at Wells * • W, BX
5/2 at Penn State-Abington * • L, BX
5/2 at Penn State-Abington * • W, BX
5/8 vs. Lancaster Bible • L, BX
5/8 vs. Lancaster Bible • W, BX
5/10 vs. Lancaster Bible • W, BX
5/16 vs. Penn State-Abington • W, BX
5/16 vs. Penn State-Abington • W, BX
5/28 at Texas Lutheran W, BXPP
5/29 at UW-Whitewater L, BXP
5/29 vs. Adrian L, BXP

All times Eastern(* Conference; • Region)
Overall: - Conference:
3/27 at Penn College * • W, BX
3/27 at Penn College * • W, BX
3/30 at Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
3/30 at Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/3 vs. Wells * • W, BX
4/3 vs. Wells * • W, BX
4/10 at Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/10 at Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/15 vs. Penn College * • W, BX
4/15 vs. Penn College * • W, BX
4/17 vs. Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/17 vs. Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/24 vs. Penn State-Abington * • W, BX
4/24 vs. Penn State-Abington * • L, BX
4/28 vs. Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/28 vs. Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
5/1 at Wells * • W, BX
5/1 at Wells * • W, BX
5/2 at Penn State-Abington * • L, BX
5/2 at Penn State-Abington * • W, BX

(* Conference; • Region)

Coach:Jim Tetkoskie

Conference:NEAC

Penn State-Harrisburg

July 28, Penn State Harrisburg's Bret Williams Named to CoSIDA Academic All-America First TeamFor the second year in a row, Penn State Harrisburg baseball player Bret Williams has been named an Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

July 23, Penn State Harrisburg Standout Bret Williams Joins MLB Draft League's Trenton ThunderPenn State Harrisburg baseball standout Bret Williams recently joined the Trenton Thunder of the Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft League for summer competition.

June 28, Penn State Harrisburg Receives Votes In Final Division III National PollPenn State Harrisburg baseball received votes in the final mynewextsetup.us Collegiate Baseball Writers of America (NCBWA) Division III Top 25 Poll of the season.

June 4, Penn State Harrisburg's Bret Williams Earns Consensus All-America Recognition For Second Consecutive SeasonFor the second consecutive season, Penn State Harrisburg's Bret Williams has been named a consensus first-team all-American. He was named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-America First Team on Thursday after earning the same honor from mynewextsetup.us one day earlier.

June 3, Penn State Harrisburg's Bret Williams, Dallas Hite Earn All-America Honors From mynewextsetup.usn State Harrisburg baseball players Bret Williams and Dallas Hite have earned all-America honors from mynewextsetup.us Williams was named to the mynewextsetup.us All-America First Team, while Hite was selected to the all-America fourth team.

June 1, Penn State Harrisburg's Bret Williams Named Regional POTY; Four Players Earn mynewextsetup.us All-Region HonorsBret Williams has been named the mynewextsetup.us Mid-Atlantic Regional Player of the Year to lead four all-region selections for Penn State Harrisburg. Williams was joined by teammates Dallas Hite, Drew Harshbarger, and Matt Parks as all-region honorees.

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If the Salisbury University baseball team keeps dispatching of opponents with as much ease as it has been doing lately, first-year manager Troy Brohawn had better polish off the World Series ring he earned with the Arizona Diamondbacks in

Brohawn said that if his club punches its ticket to the Division III World Series, he would break out his bling, with the hope that all of its carats will serve as a motivational carrot in the quest for the program's first national championship.

On Thursday night at Santander Stadium in York, Pennsylvania., the Sea Gulls flicked away another team and took one more step toward their goal. Senior Danny Breen highlighted a big fifth inning with a three-run blast as Salisbury annihilated Penn State-Berks, , in the second day of the NCAA's Mid-Atlantic Regional playoffs.

Salisbury () now faces either Misericordia or Alvernia on Friday at p.m.

"I told the guys to take it one pitch, one inning at a time, and do what you do," said Brohawn, a Cambridge native who pitched in 82 games in the big leagues. "We like to apply pressure to the other team, and let the chips fall where they may. Instead of having an attitude where we're waiting for something to happen, we're out there trying to take it from you."

Breen did just that, taking the collective heart of PSU-Berks () and turning the minor-league stadium of the York Revolution into a house of horrors for the Nittany Lions of the North East Athletic Conference. With the Gulls already holding a lead, he launched a fastball over the stadium's foot wall, known in the Atlantic League as the Arch Nemesis. The left-field wall stands six inches taller than Fenway Park's Green Monster.

"I hit it solid, but I didn't realize until I was at first base that I hit it that solid," said Breen, who also laced a two-run double off the top of the wall in the sixth inning. "This is probably the nicest field I've ever played on. And when I first saw that wall ( feet from home plate), I couldn't believe it."

Salisbury's offense first cashed in during the top of the third inning, when sophomore Pete Grasso slapped an RBI triple. An inning later, Parkside graduate Kyle Goodwin, a junior first baseman, doubled in two runs with the bases loaded.

That cushion set the stage for Breen's bomb.

"It really gave us a lot of energy," said Breen who finished 4-for-5 with five RBI and three runs scored.

With more run support than needed, senior pitcher Dan Fein cruised through his eight innings of work. The 5 foot 9 southpaw threw pitches, surrendering just three earned runs en route to his sixth win of the year.

"It's great when we jump out to an early lead like that," said Fein, who showed heightened emotion after getting out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the fourth. "It lets me relax, and allows me to attack pitch to contact and have the defense behind me do the work."

As a team, Salisbury banged out 17 hits. Goodwin tallied three hits and a handful of RBI, while Grasso, Jordan Gowe, Bobby Sanzone, and Tyler Hrycak each had two hits.

This season marks the 16th in a row that the Sea Gulls have qualified for the NCAA tournament. However, despite four trips to the World Series during that span, they have yet to capture the ultimate prize. And while Brohawn would love nothing more than to lead Salisbury to the title, the 42 year-old is just enjoying the ride in his first season at the helm.

"Eleven of the 30 guys on our team are seniors, and when most of them are leaders, it makes my transition easy," said Brohawn. "Plus, (assistant coach) Ron Siers has been here for 17 years, and he's helped me a lot during this experience."

Few teams, if any, that will be competing for the national championship next weekend in Appleton, Wisconsin will have as much homegrown talent on their rosters as Salisbury does. More than half of the team hails from the Delmarva Peninsula.

Offensive balance has been the Gulls' calling card this spring. Entering Thursday's contest, six players had knocked in 25 or more runs, and the team's batting average was Breen and fellow seniors Kyle Hayman and Austin Barefoot all hit above

"We hold kids accountable for each and every swing at practice," said Brohawn.

Defensively, Salisbury's pitchers had a combined ERA of and have held opposing hitters to a average.

"The satisfaction of winning a national championship would be unbelievable," said Fein. "It's what we've been working toward forever. It wouldn't be just for us. It'd be for all of the great players who came before us."

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Penn State Berks

Penn State Berks is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University located in Spring Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.[1]

History[edit]

First known as Wyomissing Polytechnic Institute, Penn State Berks became part of the Penn State system in The Berks campus has experienced many changes since then. WPI occupied the original Sacred Heart Church building on Hill Road, where the McDonald's Restaurant now stands, from to Its facilities were offered to Penn State to establish Penn State Wyomissing Center. It moved to its present Spring Township location in Dormitories were first added in with additional dorms in , which made Berks a commuter as well as a residential campus.[2]

The latest building at Penn. State Berks, the Gaige Technology and Innovation Center

Student enrollment at Penn State Berks has increased steadily since , when approximately students attended. Today, there are an estimated 2, students enrolled. The campus currently has 15 buildings on acres (1&#;km²) of land. There are full-time and 70 part-time faculty members.[3]

While being a commonwealth campus of the state land-grant university, since it has offered baccalaureate degrees independently from The Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity Park campus in partnership with a neighboring campus under the title of Berks and Lehigh Valley College. Under a university-ordered reconstruction, Penn State Berks and Penn State Lehigh Valley were split in Penn State Berks became a stand-alone college in the Penn State system and Penn State Lehigh Valley became a part of the University College system.

Student life[edit]

Penn State Berks has over 50 active clubs.[4] All student organizations are overseen by the Student Government Association, which requires that all clubs complete 24 hours of community service per semester in return for providing funds.

Housing on campus[edit]

A view of the path to the Perkins Student Center
The Woods The Village
  • Amber Hall
  • Evergreen Hall
  • Juniper Hall
  • Pepperwood Hall
  • Poplar Hall
  • Willow Hall
  • Ivy Hall
  • Cedar Hall
  • Greenbriar Hall
  • Sage Hall
  • Laurel Hall
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Penn State–Berks, known athletically as the Nittany Lions, compete at the NCAADivision III level; which is also a member of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC).

Penn State–Berks fields 12 varsity sports:

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Penn State–Berks also fields a number of competitive club sports that have no affiliation with the NCAA or NEAC.

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LANCASTER, Pa. -- Franklin & Marshall kept rolling with a victory in its home opener against Penn State-Berks on Saturday afternoon, winning over the visiting Nittany Lions. With the win, the Diplomats improved to on the season while Penn State-Berks fell to

It didn't take long for the Diplomats to get on the scoresheet, as Sarah Marsan tracked down a loose ball in the box after a failed clearance off a corner and laced it into the upper 90 for a advantage in the third minute.

Dahlia Pepe netted her first career goal just a dozen minutes later, as she cracked a looping ball over the keeper for a lead.

F&M tacked on another in the 23rd minute, as Meg O'Callahan sent a 30+ yard through ball over the top of the Nittany Lion defense. Alison Francis corralled the pass just inside the box and slotted it home.

Sierra Brophy got in on the scoring in the 27th minute, converting on a four-pass buildup from the backline and a weighted through ball from Francis for a advantage entering halftime.

Sporting a new-look lineup in the second half with all but one first half starter remaining in the game, Bri Skidmore sliced through multiple defenders and unleashed a 30 yard rocket into the back of the net.

F&M largely dominated all facets of play from start to finish, as they outshot the Nittany Lions (including in the first half) and led in corners.

Trin Cooper () and Emily Senko paired for the shutout victory, with Senko making two saves in the effort.

Bri Skidmore led the Diplomats with six shots, Alison Francis racked up five, and Meg O'Callahan had four. Dahila Pepe, Sierra Brophy, and Sarah Marsan all had three shots.

F&M continues its brief homestand on Wednesday against local rival Elizabethtown with a pm start at Tylus Field.

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Coach Ron “BooBoo” Schaeffer is a graduate of Penn State Berks and graduate of Penn State’s World Campus. At Penn State Berks, he was a three-year starter on the baseball team and served as team captain his junior and senior years. During his junior and senior year, he was the Student Athletes Advisory Committee (SAAC) president. He was the first player to reach career hits in Penn State Berks history. After his graduation, he joined the coaching staff at Penn State Berks from where he worked with hitters and catchers. In his first season in , Penn State Berks finished as a Northeastern Atlantic Conference (NEAC) runner-up and in won the NEAC and advanced to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Baseball Tournament. In his final season in , they were regular season champions.

Schaeffer also coached for Berkshire Baseball for the eight years, and in became a head coach. He finished his career at Berkshire with a record of , and numerous tournament championships and runner-up accomplishments along the way. He also captured the City-County Senior League title in and league runner-up in Schaeffer was also the head Junior Legion coach for Conrad Weiser where he posted a record of went in three seasons. His team captured the Lebanon County Junior Legion Championship and advanced to the Pennsylvania State Junior. Legion Eastern Regional’s where they lost in the qualifying game in ten innings to eventual state runner-up, Shillington. He was an assistant coach at Ursinus College during the seasons where he worked with the catchers and pitchers. Recently, he was the head middle school coach at Governor Mifflin and head senior legion coach for the Shillington Red Sox.

Schaeffer has also coached high school baseball at the varsity level and has given private lessons. He worked numerous baseball camps/showcases including Millersville University (one year) and Penn State’s University Park campus (three years) along with being the bullpen catcher for the Reading Phillies for three seasons. Schaeffer has also been a baseball coordinator and head coach for the Keystone State Games for ten years.

In addition to baseball, Schaeffer enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his wife and son. Coach Schaeffer resides in Sinking Spring with his wife, Katie, and sons, Zac and Alex, and is an admissions counselor for Job Corps.

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Terraform was part of a team that provided a feasibility study for the proposed athletic facilities at the Penn State Berks Campus located in Spring Township, Berks County, PA. The study included two grass playing fields, an artificial turf field, a baseball field, a softball field, six Tennis Courts, a Jogging trail, and a field house. The study identified regulatory approval requirements, environmental constraints and opportunities, conceptual layout, grading, and lighting. Utility requirements and availability was also investigated. Preliminary construction cost and project phasing was also addressed as part of the feasibility study.

After the feasibility study, Penn State Berks decided to move forward with an artificial turf field with bleachers and walkways located next to the Beaver Community Center. The project included layout, grading, stormwater design and all approvals requirePSU Berks Field 1d for the project. A stormwater irrigation system was design to address water volume control for the NPDES permit. Approvals were obtained from Spring Township and the Berks County Conservation District. Design also included all utilities for the site including water service, athletic field lighting, and site electric.

 

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Coach Ron “BooBoo” Schaeffer is a graduate of Penn State Berks and graduate of Penn State’s World Campus. At Penn State Berks, he was a three-year starter on the baseball team and served as team captain his junior and senior years. During his junior and senior year, he was the Student Athletes Advisory Committee (SAAC) president. He was the first player to reach career hits in Penn State Berks history. After his graduation, he joined the coaching staff at Penn State Berks from where he worked with hitters and catchers. In his first season inPenn State Berks finished as a Northeastern Atlantic Conference (NEAC) runner-up and in won the NEAC and advanced to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Baseball Tournament. In his final season inthey were regular season champions.

Schaeffer also coached for Berkshire Baseball for the eight years, and in became a head coach. Penn state berks baseball field finished his career at Berkshire with a record ofand numerous tournament championships and runner-up accomplishments along the way. He also captured the City-County Senior League title in and league runner-up in Schaeffer was also the head Junior Legion coach for Conrad Weiser where he posted a record of went in three seasons. His team captured the Lebanon County Junior Legion Championship and advanced to the Pennsylvania State Junior. Legion Eastern Regional’s where they lost in the qualifying game in ten innings to eventual state runner-up, Shillington. He was an assistant coach at Ursinus College during the seasons where he santander auto finance payoff phone number with the catchers and pitchers. Recently, he was the head middle school coach at Governor Mifflin and head senior legion coach for the Shillington Red Sox.

Schaeffer has also coached high school baseball at the varsity level and has given private lessons. He worked numerous baseball camps/showcases including Millersville University (one year) and Penn State’s University Park campus (three years) along with being the bullpen catcher for the Reading Phillies for three seasons. Schaeffer has also been a baseball coordinator and head coach for the Keystone State Games for ten years.

In addition to baseball, Schaeffer enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his wife and son. Coach Schaeffer resides in Sinking Spring with his wife, Katie, and sons, Penn state berks baseball field and Alex, and is an admissions counselor for Job Corps.

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If the Salisbury University baseball team walking the west highland way in 4 days dispatching of opponents with as much ease as it has been doing lately, first-year manager Troy Brohawn had better polish off the World Series ring he earned with the Arizona Diamondbacks in

Brohawn said that if his club punches its ticket to the Division III World Series, he would break out his bling, with the hope that all of its carats will serve as a motivational carrot in the quest for the program's first national championship.

On Thursday night at Santander Stadium in York, Pennsylvania., the Sea Gulls flicked away another team and took one more step toward their goal. Senior Danny Breen highlighted a big fifth inning with a three-run blast as Salisbury annihilated Penn State-Berks,in the second day of the NCAA's Mid-Atlantic Regional playoffs.

Salisbury () now faces either Misericordia or Alvernia on Friday at p.m.

"I told the guys to take it one pitch, one inning at a time, and do what you do," said Brohawn, a Cambridge native who pitched in 82 games in the big leagues. "We like to apply pressure to the other team, and let the chips fall where they may. Instead of having an attitude where we're waiting for something to happen, we're out there trying to take it from you."

Breen did just that, taking the collective heart of PSU-Berks () and turning the minor-league stadium of the York Revolution into a house of horrors for the Nittany Lions of the North East Athletic Conference. With the Gulls already holding a lead, he launched a fastball over the stadium's foot wall, known in the Atlantic League as the Arch Nemesis. The left-field wall stands six inches taller than Fenway Park's Green Monster.

"I hit it solid, but I didn't penn state berks baseball field until I was at first base that I hit it that solid," said Breen, who also laced a two-run double off the top of the wall in the sixth inning. "This is probably the nicest field I've ever played on. And when I first saw that wall ( feet from home plate), I couldn't believe it."

Salisbury's offense first cashed in during the top of the third inning, when sophomore Pete Grasso slapped an RBI triple. An inning later, Parkside graduate Kyle Goodwin, a junior first baseman, doubled in two runs with the bases loaded.

That cushion set the stage for Breen's bomb.

"It really gave us a lot of energy," said Breen who finished 4-for-5 with five RBI and three runs scored.

With more run support than needed, senior pitcher Dan Fein cruised through his eight innings of work. The 5 foot 9 southpaw threw pitches, surrendering just three earned runs en route to his sixth win of the year.

"It's great when we jump out to an early lead like that," said Fein, who showed heightened emotion after getting out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the fourth. "It lets me relax, and allows me to attack pitch to contact and have the defense behind me do the work."

As a team, Salisbury banged out 17 hits. Goodwin tallied three hits and a handful of RBI, while Grasso, Jordan Gowe, Bobby Sanzone, and Tyler Hrycak each had two hits.

This season marks the 16th in a row that the Sea Gulls have qualified for the NCAA tournament. However, despite four trips to the World Series during that span, they have yet to capture the ultimate prize. And while Brohawn would love nothing more than to lead Salisbury to the title, the 42 year-old is just enjoying the ride chase government credit card login his first season at the helm.

"Eleven of the 30 guys on our team are seniors, and when most of them are leaders, it makes my transition easy," said Brohawn. "Plus, (assistant coach) Ron Siers has been here for 17 years, and he's helped me a lot during this experience."

Few teams, if any, that will be competing for the national championship next weekend in Appleton, Wisconsin will have as much homegrown talent on their rosters as Salisbury does. More than half of the team hails from the Delmarva Peninsula.

Offensive balance has been the Gulls' calling card this spring. Entering Thursday's contest, six players had knocked in 25 or more runs, and the team's batting average was Breen and fellow seniors Kyle Hayman and Austin Barefoot all hit above

"We hold kids accountable for each and every swing at practice," said Brohawn.

Defensively, Salisbury's pitchers had a combined ERA of and have held opposing hitters to a average.

"The satisfaction of winning a national championship would be unbelievable," said Fein. "It's what we've been working toward forever. It wouldn't be just for us. It'd be for all of the great players who came before us."

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3/23 at Mount Aloysius • W, BX
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3/27 at Penn College * • W, BX
3/27 at Penn College * • W, BX
3/30 at Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
3/30 at Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/3 vs. Wells * • W, BX
4/3 vs. Wells * • W, BX
4/5 at Keystone • L, BX
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4/10 at Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/10 at Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/14 vs. Shenandoah • W, BX
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4/15 vs. Penn College * • W, BX
4/15 vs. Penn College * • W, BX
4/17 vs. Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/17 vs. Penn State-Berks * • W, BX
4/20 vs. Keystone • W, BX
4/20 vs. Keystone • L, BX
4/24 vs. Penn State-Abington * • W, BX
4/24 vs. Penn State-Abington * • L, BX
4/28 vs. Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
4/28 vs. Lancaster Bible * • W, BX
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5/1 at Wells * • W, BX
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July 28, Penn State Harrisburg's Bret Williams Named to CoSIDA Academic All-America First TeamFor the second year in a row, Penn State Harrisburg baseball player Bret Williams has been named an Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

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The 10th-ranked Salisbury baseball team saw its season come to an end on Friday in a inning contest against Penn State Berks, falling at PNC Field in the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional tournament.

With the loss, the CAC champion Sea Gulls conclude the year with a record. The Salisbury seniors end their careers with four-straight NCAA Division III regional tournament appearances, three CAC championships, and two College World Series appearances.

After Berks recorded the only hit of the first inning, the Sea Gull capitalized on a bases-loaded situation in the top of the second inning to take a lead. Senior Jake Dmiterchik doubled to lead off the frame, before two walks filled the bases. Sophomore Brad Keith came through with a sacrifice fly to plate Https www suntrust online banking for the first run.

Senior Jeff Oster got the start for Salisbury and kept the Nittany Lions' offense at bay, only allowing four hits through the first four innings.

Berks was able to knot the score in the fifth inning on an RBI single by Tom Grablewski, but the Gulls quickly responded in the top of the sixth.

After senior Tyler Hrycak doubled down the left-field line, freshman Jack Barry singled to drive in the run and retake a advantage.

Following a scoreless seventh, the Nittany Lions were again able to tie the game, picking up a run in the eighth. Dalton Hughes came through, slapping an RBI single down the left-field line, setting up the extra-inning showdown.

Senior Jon Schmedel entered in the eighth and pitched a scoreless 1 2/3 innings, not allowing a hit to help get the game to extras and give the Gulls a chance to extend their season.

In the 10th and 11th innings, neither team was able to come up with the winning run. Berks had the best chance to score in the 11th, with runners on the corners, but senior Connor Shockley kept the game going, forcing a fielder's choice to shortstop.

However, Salisbury was unable to come up with a run in the top of the 12th, before Berks came up with the big hit. Alex Doyle connected on a three-run home run to end the game and give the Nittany Lions the win.

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  1. Sir PNB CSP ke liye koi aur Bc bataye Jo ki Odisha me PNB Ka CSP provide karte he plz sir

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