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District college notes: St. Vincent men's basketball heading west next month

| Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

The St. Vincent men's basketball schedule features a trip to Santa Cruz, Calif. in November.

The Bearcats open the season Nov. 15 at Penn State-Beaver. In late November, they will play California Institute on Nov. 22, and either Linfield (Ore.) or University of California at Santa Cruz on Nov. 23.

They will be at home against Concordia University (Minn.) on Dec. 2.

The first Presidents' Athletic Conference game is Dec. 7 at Westminster College.

The women's team opens the season Nov. 16 at home against Capital University (Ohio). The Lady Bearcats will be in the Juniata College tournament Dec. 29-30 against opponents to be announced.

They open conference play Dec. 4 at home against Chatham University.

Boczar helps Pitt Greensburg

Ligonier Valley resident Lauren Boczar, a senior, is one of the top runners for the University of Pitt-Greensburg cross country team.

Boczar finished 15th Saturday at the Bobcat Invitational, hosted by Pitt-Greensburg.

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