District college notes: Seton Hill's Gattuso posts double-double
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Seton Hill senior Katie Gattuso scored 17 points and had 11 rebounds, but the Lady Griffins dropped a 71-54 exhibition game at Miami (Ohio) from the Mid-American Conference.
Tiara Stossel had 11 points for Seton Hill, which trailed 35-30 at halftime.
Seton Hill opens the season Nov. 11 at West Virginia Tech.
Pitt-Greensburg's Barkman honored
Senior middle hitter Jaime Barkman was named Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Volleyball Player of the Week.
She had a season-high 19 kills against Pitt-Bradford and moved into third place all-time in school history with 543 career kills.
She moved into first place all-time in blocks.
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.
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