By Staff Reports
The Penn State New Kensington men’s basketball team dropped its second straight home game in as many days, falling to Penn State Mont Alto, 63-59, on Sunday afternoon in Upper Burrell.
The Lions (6-9, 4-4 PSUAC) didn’t get much help from their reserves, and the Mont Alto bench outscored them 29-10. ...
Campus Clippings: Alle-Kiski swimmers shine at Edinboro By Bill Beckner Jr.
Alle-Kiski Valley swimming continues to have a strong presence at Edinboro.
Three local swimmers pitched in to lead the 200-yard medley relay team to victory as the Fighting Scots (3-3) took down Clarion, 136-125. Senior Staci Schrecongost (Valley), freshman Morgan Joseph (Kittanning) and sophomore Holly Stein (St. Joseph) helped the relay ...
District college notes: Latrobe grad sets record at Virginia Tech By Paul Schofield
Virginia Tech sophomore Hanna Green, a Latrobe grad, started the indoor track season in impressive fashion.
Green won the women’s mile while competing unattached at the Virginia Tech Invitational on Jan. 16. Her time was 4 minutes, 56.11 seconds.
She followed that by winning the 600-meter run and setting a new school ...
District college notes: Seton Hill guard earns PSAC honor By Paul Schofield
Seton Hill senior guard David Windsor was named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week for his performance during the team’s victories against Slippery Rock and California.
Windsor averaged 30 points in the two games and also had 10 assists. He had a career-high 33 points against ...
Coroner gives no details on cause of Cal U basketball player’s death By Tribune-Review
Officials are awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine how a 21-year-old California University of Pennsylvania basketball player died early Sunday after she was found unresponsive in her apartment in California.
Borough police said medical personnel told police at the scene that Shanice Clark of Toronto, Canada, apparently aspirated ...
District college notes: SVC track team competes in indoor meet By Paul Schofield
The St. Vincent track team competed in its first indoor meet in school history Saturday and walked away with four first-place finishes.
The team competed in the West Virginia Invitational in Morgantown, W.Va., and Vince Tonzo (mile), Brandan Moretton (3,000 meters) and Joe Baughman (5,000) came away with victories.
August Sander (5,000) ...
Police say Cal U basketball player aspirated chewing gum; autopsy pending By Joe Napsha
A 21-year-old California University of Pennsylvania basketball player who was found dead in her apartment early Sunday apparently aspirated chewing gum while sleeping, California Borough police said.
Shanice Clark of Toronto, Canada, was found unresponsive at 3:03 a.m. in her apartment at Vulcan Village, a university complex on California ...
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