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District college notes: Seton Hill lacrosse players named All-American

| Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012, 11:46 p.m.

Four members of the Seton Hill men's lacrosse team have been named to the Inside Lacrosse Division II Preseason All American Team.

Senior midfielder James Delaney and junior attack Matt Delmonico were named to the first team, while junior attack Dylan Lefebvre and senior defender Anthony Rusch earned honorable mention.

The Griffins men's lacrosse team was ranked seventh in the Inside Lacrosse 2013 Face-Off Yearbook preseason rankings.

In the rankings

The Westmoreland County Community College women's basketball team rose to No. 8 in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III poll.

The Wolfpack were 6-1 before an appearance at the Jayhawks Winter Basketball Classic in Jamestown, N.Y.

Elsewhere, Pitt-Greensburg was tied for third among 10 teams in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Presidents Cup all-sports standings.

WVIAC honors Seton Hill junior

Seton Hill junior forward Katie Gattuso was named co-West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference player of the week in women's basketball.

The 6-foot Gattuso registered 24 points and 11 rebounds to go with three assists in a victory over Alderson-Broaddus. It was her fourth double-double of the season. Seton Hill (3-1, 3-4 WVIAC) carried a three-game winning streak into Saturday's WVIAC game at West Virginia Wesleyan.

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