• Women's basketball announces 2019-20 schedule
    August 14, 2019
    WBB players on the floor vs Drew

    The Penn State Berks women's basketball team has announced its 2019-20 schedule on Thursday afternoon, which features eight contests in the fall semester and 16 matches following the winter break. The schedule includes 16 games against North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) opponents and a slate of eight non-conference contests against surrounding Division III opponents.
  • Men's basketball releases 2019-20 schedule
    August 14, 2019
    MBB timeout vs Keuka

    The Penn State Berks men's basketball team has announced its 2019-20 schedule on Thursday afternoon, which features eight contests in the fall semester and 16 matches following the winter break. The schedule includes 16 games against North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) opponents and a slate of eight non-conference contests against surrounding Division III opponents.
  • Berks announces 6th annual Coaches Awards
    August 13, 2019
    Coaches Awards 18-19

    With the the new academic year quickly approaching, Penn State Berks will wrap up its 2018-19 season with the announcement of the winners of the 6th Annual Coaches Awards. The awards are split by gender and separated into six different categories: Athlete of the Year, Senior of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Single Game Performance, Team of the Year, and Coach of the Year.
  • XC announces 2019 schedule
    June 27, 2019
    Wyatt_Asia split

    The Penn State Berks men's and women's cross country teams have announced the 2019 schedule, which will feature eight races throughout the fall.
  • Women's soccer releases 2019 schedule
    June 26, 2019
    Alexis Schoener dribbling

    The Penn State Berks women's soccer team has released its 2019 schedule on Wednesday afternoon, which features 10 home contests and nine matches on the road this fall. The schedule has 11 matches against North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) opponents and a slate of eight non-conference contests against surrounding Division III opponents, including four schools that finished in the national rankings and five teams that were regionally ranked.
  • Men's soccer announces 2019 schedule
    June 25, 2019
    Scheetz dribbling vs Albright

    The Penn State Berks men's soccer team announced its 2019 schedule on Tuesday afternoon, which features 10 home contests and eight matches on the road this fall. The schedule includes 11 matches against North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) opponents and a slate of seven non-conference contests against surrounding Division III opponents.
  • Women's volleyball releases 2019 schedule
    June 24, 2019
    Abbie Carr serving

    The Penn State Berks women's volleyball team released its 2019 schedule on Monday afternoon, which features 10 home contests and 18 matches on the road or at neutral locations. The schedule includes 11 games against North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) opponents and 17 non-conference tilts against Division III teams.
  • Berks places 56 on NEAC Scholar-Athlete list
    June 20, 2019
    2019 NEAC Scholar-Athlete

    Penn State Berks continued its strong run of academic success with 56 student-athletes earning North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Scholar-Athlete honors from the 2018-19 academic year, as announced by the league office on Thursday morning. For the complete list of recipients, click here.
  • Welk drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 21st round
    June 05, 2019
    Toby Welk draft 2019

    Toby Welk was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 21st round of the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Welk was the second Division III player to be taken in the 2019 draft. Right-handed pitcher Danny Cody of Baldwin Wallace University was selected in the 17th round by the Houston Astros.
  • Welk named D3baseball.com Player of the Year
    May 28, 2019
    Toby Welk POTY 2019

    Toby Welk puts the finishing touches on an amazing career by being named the D3baseball.com National Player of the Year and earning All-America First Team honors, as announced by the organization on Tuesday afternoon.