District college notes: Herald leads Seton Hill all-stars
Outfielder Cody Herald was named to the first team of the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Division II Baseball All-Star squad.
Second baseman Garret Vrbanic, shortstop Brendan Costantino, outfielder Taylor Schmidt and relief pitcher Jesse Cooper earned second-team honors.
Herald led the Griffins with a .346 batting average. He also had 66 hits, 43 runs scored, 16 doubles and two triples.
Cooper set a record for saves in a season with 17.
Katarski adds six to basketball class
Seton Hill women's basketball coach Mark Katarski announced the signing of six players to the 2014 recruiting class.
Among the class are two transfers: 6-foot-1 forward Cha Cha Williams (Bolingbrook, Ill.) from Stetson University and 5-10 guard Chelsea Apke (Mt. Lebanon) from Washington & Jefferson.
The four incoming freshmen are Alexandra Hay, a 5-9 guard from Barrie, Ontario, Canada; Jenna Kaufman, a 5-11 guard from Damascus, Md.; Lindsey Mifsud, a 5-7 guard from Villa Maria Academy in Erie; and Halie Torris, a 6-0 forward from South Park.
Milburn, Vought sign with SHU
Greensburg Salem senior David Milburn and Penn-Trafford senior Zach Vought are among the members of the 2014 soccer recruiting class at Seton Hill. The class of 11 includes five players from Europe.
Milburn, a forward and midfielder, was one of the top players on the Greensburg Salem team. Seton Hill coach Dan McCarty said Milburn has fantastic feet and reads plays well.
Vought, a winger and midfielder, also played for the Northern Steel club team. McCarty said Vought has great college promise and is a great team player.
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