District college notes: Seton Hill players named to all-conference team
A pair of juniors at Seton Hill University have been named to the all-West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first team for women's basketball.
WVIAC coaches voted guard Paige Alviani and forward Katie Gattuso to the first team.
The 5-foot-8 Alviani was Seton Hill's second-leading scorer during the regular season with an average of 15.9 points per game. She led the Griffins with 107 assists and the WVIAC in 3-point field goal percentage (42.8).
Gattuso averaged a double-double for Seton Hill with team highs of 17.5 points and 11.1 rebounds per game, the latter also tops in the WVIAC. The 6-foot Gattuso also led the league in double-doubles with 19.
Junior guard Max Kenyi and junior forward Malachi Leonard represented the Seton Hill men with spots on the honorable mention team.
WCCC wins WPCC title
The Westmoreland County Community College women's basketball team won the championship of the Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference Tournament by beating CCAC-Boyce, 61-49.
But the Wolfpack were eliminated from National Junior College Athletic Association Region 20 playoffs by CCAC-Boyce, 49-41, in a first-round game in Largo, Md.
In the WPCC title game, Danielle Murphy scored 20 points to lead WCCC, which entered the Region 20 playoffs as a No. 2 seed.
WCCC finished the year with a 23-5 record.
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