District college notes: St. Vincent baseball coach to be honored
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St. Vincent baseball coach Mick Janosko was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame East Boros Chapter on Oct. 10 at Edgewood Country Club.
Janosko has 302 wins in his 17 seasons at St. Vincent, making him the winningest coach in program history.
His 2004 team was one win shy of qualifying for the NAIA World Series.
That year, Janosko was named American Mideast Conference and NAIA Region IX Coach of the Year, along with earning American Baseball Coaches Association Coach of the Year honors.
Janosko was a 1986 graduate of East Allegheny High School. He attended Marietta College and eventually graduated from Point Park College in 1990.
Fratto, Gans claim PAC honor
St. Vincent cross country runner Genie Fratto and tennis player Amanda Gans each received Presidents' Athletic Conference weekly honors.
This is the fourth time Fratto (Latrobe High School/Greensburg) has won the award after she finished ninth at the annual DeSales Invitational, with a time of 24 minutes, 16 seconds.
This is Gans' first honor. She was a perfect 4-0 in tennis matches against Geneva and Pitt-Greensburg. She teamed up with Jacquelyn Hauser (Greensburg Central Catholic/Greensburg) in doubles wins.
St. Vincent golfers place third
St. Vincent's men's golf team finished third in the Peter C. Rossin Memorial at Southpointe Golf Club in Canonsburg, which finished Monday.
Ohio Wesleyan placed first with 613, followed by W&J (615), St. Vincent (622) and Point Park (640).
Derek Lingafelt placed second for St. Vincent with a two-day total of 149, while Jake Reed tied for sixth with a 154. Ben Biss tied for 13 with a 156 and Cam Roth had a 163.
Lil' Dribblers Clinic
Seton Hill University women's basketball will hold a Lil' Dribblers Clinics for girls ages 3 to 8, from 10:30 a.m. to noon Nov. 29, Dec. 30 and Jan. 20 at Salvitti Gym in the McKenna Center. Cost is $15 and each player will get a basketball. For more information, contact coach Mark Katarski at email@example.com to 724-830-1134.
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