District college notes: Seton Hill's Gattuso receives honor
By Paul Schofield
Published: Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
Seton Hill senior Katie Gattuso was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West co-Player of the Week. Paige Alviani also won the award previously.
Gattuso shared the honor with Slippery Rock's D'Asia Chambers.
She score 16 points and had 12 rebounds in a win against John C. Smith, and is averaging 17.8 points and 11.5 rebounds per game.
Gahagen named All Region
Seton Hill junior volleyball player Corrine Gahagen was named to the Daktronics All-Atlantic Regional second team for the second time in her career. She also was named a first-team All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference player.
Gahagen, a middle hitter, finished with 357 kills and 103 blocks.
Leonard wins award
Senior Malachi Leonard was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West Player of the Week.
Leonard had 12 points and 13 rebounds in a loss at Ashland, and he scored 23 points and had 15 rebounds in a win at Ohio Dominican.
Alessandro picks Seton Hill
Hempfield wrestler Joey Alessandro was one of three wrestlers to sign a letter of intent to attend Seton Hill.
Alessandro is a two-time WPIAL qualifier.
Rodney Sunday of Dallastown and Collin Dees of Perry High School in Ohio also signed.
Paul Schofield is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @Schofield_Trib.
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