Disrict college notes: Seton Hill women open with victory
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St. Vincent gameday
1 p.m. Saturday
Chuck Noll Stadium, Latrobe
TV/radio: WCNS-AM (1480)
Records: Bethany (3-6 overall, 3-4 Presidents Athletic Conference); St. Vincent (0-9, 0-7 Presidents Athletic Conference)
Notable: Since defeating Washington & Jefferson and Waynesburg in consecutive weeks, Bethany has dropped three straight games, including a 49-14 loss to Thomas More on Saturday. Senior quarterback Matt Grimard broke his own single-season Bethany records for completions, attempts and total passing yards, all of which he set during the 2012 campaign. Grimard sits at 230 completions and 383 attempts, passing his marks of 226 completions and 364 attempts. Grimard also broke his passing yardage record of 2,605 and now sits at 2,684.
Seton Hill gameday
O'Shields-Stevenson Stadium, Cheyney
Records: Seton Hill (0-10 overall, 0-7 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference-Western); Cheyney (0-10, 0-7 PSAC-Eastern)
Notable: Seton Hill fell to Slippery Rock, 55-21, on Nov. 9. Quarterback Nick Halfhill completed 15 of 34 passes for 228 yards and two touchdowns. Jarvis McClam, who also plays quarterback, rushed for a touchdown. Norman Darden caught six passes for 104 yards, and McClam caught six passes for 59 yards. Ricardo Housen had two interceptions, and Tyler Zimmer had one. … Seton Hill has lost 23 consecutive games. … Cheyney was beaten by Shippensburg, 42-0. Marcus Jones rushed for 66 yards, and quarterback Adler Thory completed 10 of 25 passes for 50 yards. Isaiah Fleming recorded 16 tackles including 12 solo. Cheyney has dropped 20 consecutive games.
The Mark Katarski era as women's basketball coach at Seton Hill began Monday with his team defeating West Virginia Tech, 90-76, on the road.
Paige Alviani tossed in a game-high 25 points. Katie Gattuso chipped in with 17 points and nine rebounds, Tiara Stossel added 16 points, and Meghan Mastroianni and Kelly Brennan each had 10.
Seton Hill shot 80 percent from the foul line and 51.7 percent from the field.
West Virginia Tech is 0-4.
Seton Hill rolls Pitt-Greensburg
With six players scoring double figures, the Seton Hill men's basketball team opened the season with a 90-54 victory against city rival Pitt-Greensburg on Saturday.
Noah Davis came off the bench to score 15 points and freshman Zach Herman, a Greensburg Central Catholic grad, added 10.
Malachi Leonard had 14 points and 12 rebounds, and Skylar Jones had 12 rebounds.
Jerell Figueroa led Pitt-Greensburg with 10.
SH cross country places 5th in NCAAs
The Seton Hill women's cross country team finished fifth in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional at Lock Haven. Edinboro, Mansfield, Indiana and Shippensburg placed in the top four and advanced to the nationals.
Alyssa Brandis and Jeannie Bujdos earned all-region honors for placing 22nd and 23rd.
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