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District Colleges

Saint Vincent, IUP women earn tournament victories

| Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, 9:30 p.m.

The Saint Vincent women's basketball team made quite a statement in its first-round game in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament on Wednesday night.

Four players scored in double figures as the Bearcats earned a 73-50 victory over Pfeiffer.

Babette Sanmartin and Taylor Boring scored 11 points apiece, and Paige Montrose and Maria Morgan each tallied 10. Mara Benvenuti had 10 rebounds for Saint Vincent (19-9).

It also was coach Jimmy Petruska's 150th career win in his eighth season at Saint Vincent.

Saint Vincent advanced to play New York University at 11 a.m. Friday in Washington, Pa.

IUP 67, Seton Hill 52 — In their first appearance in the PSAC quarterfinals, Cheyenne Trest scored 10 points for Seton Hill (20-10), but the Griffins lost at No. 1-seeded IUP.

Megan Smith had 16 points, and Carolyn Appleby and Brittany Robinson each scored 14 for IUP (26-2).

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