DUBOIS — Sophomore center Trey Rauckhorst (Curwensville) scored six points and pulled down four rebounds as Penn State DuBois came from far back to knock off Penn State Brandywine, ranked No. 7 in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association, in a big 88-82 Pennsylvania State University Athletic Conference win Saturday afternoon.
Trailing by 17 points, the Lions outscored the visitors 34-11 over the final 11:08 to balance their record at 7-7. They are in sixth place in the conference at 4-2.
The loss was the first in six PSUAC games for Penn State Brandywine (9-4), still tied for first place with Penn State York.
Rauckhorst had two points and three rebounds last Wednesday when Penn State DuBois defeated Penn College 100-91 in overtime.
He has started five games and subbed in the other nine with 73 points, 66 rebounds, 12 blocks, four assists and one steal.
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WILLIAMSPORT — Sophomore 197-pounder Travis Ogden (Clearfield) was on the losing end of both bouts, the second because of an injury, in the 30th annual Budd Whitehill National Duals hosted by Lycoming in Lamade Gym Friday and Saturday.
He was pinned in 36 seconds by Muhamed Alic of York before having to default to Ramsey Bloy of Wisconsin-Eau Clair at the 1:34 mark.
Lycoming was beaten by York 30-12, Wisconsin-Eau Claire 26-23 and Williams 20-19 on the first day and came back to defeat Ohio Northern 24-18 in the 13th-place match Saturday.
Ogden’s record is 2-3 for dual meets and 3-4 overall.