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St. Vincent ready to hire football coach

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Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

St. Vincent College is expected to name a new football coach this week. The coach will replace Bob Colbert, who was not rehired after the season.

The finalists for the job are St. Vincent defensive coordinator John Thompson, Thomas More defensive line coach Chris Norwell and John Carroll offensive coordinator/associate head coach Ron Dolciato.

Since St. Vincent reinstated the football program, the Bearcats had one winning season under Colbert and are riding a 21-game losing streak.

SVC rolls shorthanded Penn State Fayette

When St. Vincent defeated Penn State Fayette, 86-56, on Jan. 2, the Bearcats were playing a team that showed up with only five players. The fifth player arrived 10 minutes before the game.

According to St. Vincent sports information director Jeff Zidek, the Penn State Fayette coach forgot to remind his players there was a game, and many of the players out of the area couldn't get back in time.

Dillon Stith had 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Bearcats, and Isaac Turner added 18.

St. Vincent forced 25 turnovers and committed six.

The Bearcats resumed Presidents Athletic Conference action Saturday by defeating Grove City, 73-62.

St. Vincent (10-2, 3-0) raced to a 12-0 lead. It has won six straight games.

Turner scored 20 points, and Stith had 17 points and 14 rebounds.

St. Vincent will be at Bethany College on Saturday and at Geneva on Jan. 15.

Bearcats women rout Grove City

St. Vincent used a 16-3 run late in the first half and cruised to an 84-67 victory against Grove City on Saturday.

The Bearcats (7-4, 4-0) were led by freshman Mara Benvenuti (Franklin Regional) with 15 points.

St. Vincent will be at Bethany College on Saturday and at Geneva on Jan. 15.

Gulibon places second at Southern Scuffle

Penn State redshirt freshman Jimmy Gulibon, a four-time PIAA champion from Derry, went 5-1 recently at the Southern Scuffle and placed second.

Gulibon defeated some ranked wrestlers en route to his best collegiate finish.

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