District college notes: Former Greensburg Salem wrestler inducted into hall of fame
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Greg Jones, a former PIAA wrestling champion at Greensburg Salem, has been inducted into the Southwestern Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame.
Jones, who completed his eighth year on the coaching staff at West Virginia University, also won three NCAA championships with the Mountaineers. He currently serves as the team's associate head coach.
Jones won the PIAA 160-pound championship in 2000 as a senior at Greensburg Salem. He went on to compile a career record of 126-4 at West Virginia, earning the NCAA's Most Outstanding Wrestler Award in 2005.
He joins his brother Vertus, a former three-time All-American at WVU, who was inducted in 2006.
The Seton Hill men's team carried a five-game winning streak into their scheduled Tuesday match at Ohio Valley after James Delaney scored three goals to lead the Griffins to a 12-8 home victory over Belmont Abbey on March 22.
Seton Hill improved its record to 6-1.
Matt Delmonico added two goals and four assists, and Dylan Lefebvre tallied two goals and three assists for Seton Hill.
Carrie Maier, a junior at Waynesburg who attended Greensburg Salem, pitched a five-inning no-hitter Saturday in a 10-0 victory over Penn State-Fayette. She struck out 12 and did not walk a batter, missing a perfect game because of a fourth-inning error. Her record was 5-1 with a 0.88 ERA.
Junior Anthony Nemanic of St. Vincent, a Hempfield graduate , earned Presidents' Athletic Conference player of the week honors after winning both matches during a 9-0 victory over Thiel.
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