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District college notebook: IUP's Cooke sets PSAC scoreless innings record

| Thursday, April 11, 2013, 10:45 p.m.

• IUP senior Stephen Cooke set the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference record when he reached 29 13 consecutive scoreless innings over the weekend. Cooke (5-1) went 11 innings, walking just one batter, in a 1-0 loss to Gannon in 14 innings on April 5. He can extend the streak when he pitches at 2 p.m. Friday against Clarion.

Pitt

• Junior Casey Roche hit for the cycle in the baseball team's 24-7 win over Youngstown State on Tuesday. He completed the feat with a grand slam to finish with 10 RBI in the game.

California (Pa.)

• Freshman Lindsay Reicoff (Chartiers Valley) went 3 for 3 with three home runs and five RBI Tuesday in an 8-0 win against Slippery Rock. She leads the team with nine home runs.

Penn State

• The men's gymnastics team, ranked No. 1 nationally, placed second at the Big Ten championships on Friday in Minneapolis. Sophomore Craig Hernandez repeated as the pommel horse champion.

• Senior Sharaya Musser finished in a tie for second place in the all-around competition at an NCAA women's gymnastics regional in Norman, Okla., to advance to the NCAA championships in Los Angeles.

West Virginia

• Junior Katlyn Shelar broke the school's pole vault record with a jump of 4.08 meters at the Ohio Team Challenge over the weekend.

Washington & Jefferson

• Senior goalie Ran Kirby set a single-game school record with 25 saves in an 11-8 loss to Susquehanna on April 6.

Edinboro

• Senior Shannon Rohrich used an eight-goal game in a 14-12 loss to Millersville to break a tie atop the school's all-time women's lacrosse scoring list. Those goals, plus two more against Lock Haven on Tuesday, put her at 110 career goals.

Allegheny

• Senior Liz Blyth finished as the individual medalist with a two-day score of 149, as the Gators won the Purple and White Invitational in Canal Winchester, Ohio.

NOTABLE• The Washington & Jefferson baseball team rallied from a 9-0 deficit to knock off No. 3 Marietta, 11-10, on Sunday. It was the Presidents' first win in 118 years over Marietta, the two-time defending NCAA Division III champs.

• Geneva freshman pitcher Samantha Johnson (Franklin Regional) went 4-0 with a 0.28 ERA in four appearances last week.

• The Carnegie Mellon men's tennis team (10-4) downed Duquesne, 6-3, on April 5 for its third win over a Division I team this season. The Tartans earlier swept Robert Morris, 9-0, and beat Bucknell, 5-4.

• The Point Park men's golf team won its second tournament in two weeks, beating five Division II schools in the Cedarville Invitational. Point Park had a two-day total of 619 and was led by individual winner Chris Bowen (Bethel Park), whose two-day total was 149.

• The California (Pa.) women's tennis team (10-9, 5-0) claimed the PSAC West title for the ninth consecutive season with an 8-1 win over Slippery Rock on Tuesday.

• Slippery Rock women's tennis coach Matt Meredith picked up his 250th career win in a 6-3 victory over Charleston on April 7.

• St. Vincent senior Nora Posival set the NCAA all-divisions record for assists in a game with 16 in a 24-4 win over Franciscan (Ohio) on Thursday.

• Pitt-Bradford baseball coach Bret Butler, who started the program in 1999, earned his 300th career win with a sweep of Medaille on April 5.

STREAKING

• The Point Park baseball team (25-11) is on a 16-game winning streak after dumping Penn State Greater Allegheny, 14-6, on Wednesday.

• The Point Park softball team (18-8) won its sixth straight game after a pair of last at-bat wins over Carlow on Tuesday.

• The Allegheny baseball team (14-5) downed Penn State Behrend, 9-3, on Tuesday for its eighth straight win.

•The Allegheny men's tennis team improved to 10-0 after an 8-1 win over Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday.

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