District college notes: Seton Hill LB honored again
Seton Hill junior linebacker Tyler Zimmer (Penn-Trafford) was named to the first team on the Super Region I honors list by the Football Gazette.
Zimmer was a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference firstteam selection and was a 2013 CoSIDA Academic All-American first-team pick.
He led Seton Hill with 93 tackles, 57 solo, and was third in the PSAC in tackles per game. He had 10 tackles for losses, six sacks, forced two fumbles and had two interceptions.
Seton Hill baseball ranked sixth
The Seton Hill baseball team is ranked sixth in the preseason Top 30 rankings by College Baseball Lineup.
Minnesota State was ranked No. 1. Millersville (14th) was the only other PSAC ranked.
Collegiate Baseball ranked Seton Hill 22nd. Shippensburg was ranked 10th, and Millersville was 29th.
Leonard receives honor
Seton Hill senior forward Malachi Leonard was named PSAC West Men's Basketball Player of the Week for the second consecutive week. He's been honored three times.
Leonard posted a double-double in wins against Mansfield and Kutztown.
He had 20 points and 15 rebounds in a 71-58 win at Kutztown and had 28 points and 11 rebounds in a 98-80 win at Mansfield.
Alviani surpasses 1,500
Seton Hill senior guard Paige Alviani reached 1,500 points in her career in helping the Griffins to a 70-56 win over Mansfield.
She scored 17 points as Seton Hill completed a weekend sweep against PSAC East teams. The Griffins also defeated Kutztown to improve to 8-5.
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