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SVC men's cross country wins PAC title

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By Staff Reports
Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012, 8:56 p.m.
 

The St. Vincent College men's cross country team won its third consecutive Presidents' Athletic Conference championship Saturday in Bethany, W.Va., behind a second-place individual effort by junior Chansler Poole.

Poole, a Penn-Trafford High School product, completed the course in 26 minutes, 15.10 seconds. Senior Cam Stumme, who is from Norwin High School, was sixth in 26:51.90, and junior Andrew Razanauskas was 10th in 27:05.90.

Grove City was second among the nine schools in the team scoring.

St. Vincent coach Andy Herr was voted PAC coach of the year for a third consecutive season.

In the women's race, St. Vincent's top finisher was junior Genie Fratto, a Latrobe High School graduate who was ninth in 24:10.90, as the Bearcats finished sixth in the team scoring.

Hitting clinic

Seton Hill will have its annual winter hitting clinics from 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 24 and Dec. 1 and 8 for players ages 8 to 12 and Nov. 25 and Dec. 2 and 9 for players ages 13 to 18.

Registration can be made by emailing can9390@setonhill.edu or by calling 724-552-1729.

 

 
 


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