District College notes: St. Vincent men's cross country team wins PAC title
By Paul Schofield
Published: Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
The St. Vincent College men's cross country team captured its fourth consecutive Presidents' Athletic Conference championship Saturday at Chatham University. The Bearcats finished with 30 points, followed by Grove City with 59 and Waynesburg 93.
Senior Chansler Poole (Penn-Trafford), who finished second in 2012, won the individual title in a time of 25 minutes, 15 seconds. He was 24 seconds ahead of Grove City's Arleigh McRae.
Andrew Razanauskas finished fourth and Eric Porter (Mt. Pleasant) was seventh. The trio earned All-PAC first-team honors.
Earning second-team honors were Sawyer Palonder (eighth), Vincent Tonzo (10th), Brandon Holmes (11th) and Brandon Moretton (12th).
Andy Herr was named PAC Coach of the Year.
SVC women finish third
The St. Vincent College women's cross country team placed third at the Presidents' Athletic Conference championship Saturday at Chatham University.
Grove City won with 33 points, followed by Waynesburg with 75 and St. Vincent 89.
Genie Fratto (Latrobe) and Shaina Contic (Greensburg Salem) earned PAC-PAC first-team honors.
Fratto placed third overall and Contic was sixth.
Gina Valotta was named All-PAC honorable mention for placing 21st.
SVC volleyball back in tournament
The St. Vincent College women's volleyball team returned to the Presidents' Athletic Conference tournament after a year absence by earning a fifth seed with a 3-2 win against Grove City.
SVC was down 2-1 but won the final two games 25-16 and 15-11. The Bearcats played at Westminster on Tuesday.
Senior Emily Rosati had 17 kills and junior Anna Christy 31 assists for St. Vincent (16-15, 9-9).
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