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Port grad Craig Flint to be inducted into the Penn College Athletics Hall of Fame in September

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Port Allegany graduate Craig Flint will be inducted into the Pennsylvania College of Technology’s (Penn College) Athletics Department Hall of Fame Sept. 30.

Flint was a two-sport standout for the Wildcats in basketball and golf from 2006-2009.

On the court, he scored a then school-record 1,196 points, bettering the previous school mark set by his brother, Tony Jr., and helped lead Penn College to two postseason appearances. He was named an All-PSUAC performer while averaging 12.0 ppg and helping the Wildcats go 18-12 and finish sixth in the nation in USCAA. In golf, Flint was a two-time All-PSUAC selection earning the award in 2006 and 2008. He helped lead the Wildcats to PSUAC Championships in both of those seasons and was also a USCAA All-American in 2008 when he finished fifth at the national championships.

Joining Flint, who will be inducted at 6:30 p.m. at Le Jeune Chef, in the Class of 2016 are Greg Solyak, Tamara Pavlov and Bambi Hawkins.