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St. Vincent men, La Roche women open NCAA D-III tourney Friday

By Staff Report
The St. Vincent men and La Roche women learned their opponents in the NCAA Division III basketball tournament when the brackets were released Monday. Three-time defending Presidents’ Athletic Conference champion St. Vincent (22-6) opens against Bates (19-6) at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Stockton University in Galloway, N.J. Bates, in Lewiston, …

Campus clippings: Edinboro’s Schrecongost bound for D-II nationals
By Bill Beckner Jr. 9:24 p.m.
Record-breaking Edinboro senior Staci Schrecongost (Valley) is set to make her debut at the NCAA Division II swimming and diving championships March 10-14 in Indianapolis. …
Duquesne women eye run at Atlantic 10 title, NCAA tournament
By Karen Price
The Duquesne women’s basketball team’s eight-game winning streak ended Wednesday, but the run that started at the end of January was enough to get the ...
WCCC women’s basketball team captures 3rd straight conference championship
By Alex Oltmanns
Despite entering the season as the defending Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference champions, there were question marks surrounding the Westmoreland County Community College women’s basketball team. ...
District college notes: Seton Hill sweeps lacrosse awards
By Paul Schofield
The Seton Hill men’s lacrosse team swept the ECAC Division II lacrosse weekly awards as the Griffins picked up all four award winners. Senior attacker Marc Piche was named the offensive player of the week. Senior goalkeeper Brady Lawrence was named the defensive player of the week. Junior midfielder Anthony ...
Point Park basketball player finds home-court advantage
By Ed Phillipps
Basketball has taken Barry Smith Jr. to many different places. Now, it has finally brought him back home. Smith, a 2009 Penn Hills graduate, is ...
W&J softball team likes underdog role
By Chuck Curti
As the day for the release of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference preseason softball poll approached, players from Washington & Jefferson couldn’t help talking about it. ...
District college notebook: Pine-Richland’s Giordano wins gold at ACC championships
By Jeff Vella
TOP PERFORMERS Pitt • Sophomore Dominic Giordano (Pine-Richland) won gold in platform diving at the ACC championships Saturday. Giordano, a transfer from ...
District college notes: St. Vincent women open PAC tournament Friday
By Paul Schofield
Despite 14 points from Taylor Mathers and 11 assists and nine steals from Ally Schmidt, the St. Vincent women’s basketball team (21-4, 15-3 President’s Athletic Conference) fell to No. 1 Thomas More, 90-59, on Saturday. Sydney Moss, the daughter of former NFL wide receiver Randy Moss, scored 40 points and ...
Campus clippings: Schrecongost, Stein excel at PSAC swimming championships
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Senior Staci Schrecongost (Valley) and sophomore Holly Stein (St. Joseph) picked up all-conference accolades for Edinboro over the weekend during the PSAC swimming championships at ...
Cal U men honor Dana Zajicek
By Jeff Oliver
When Dana Zajicek transferred to California University of Pennsylvania to play basketball for his junior year in 1986-87, it was a perfect marriage for the ...
Senior day a game to forget for Cal U women
By Jeremy Sellew
With one game remaining in the regular season, the Cal U women’s basketball team will go back to basics beginning with practice today as the ...
‘Pink Out’ game to memorialize St. Vincent College basketball player’s late mother
By Stacey Federoff
Jenny Jones often sported a sweatshirt that read “unathletic department” across the chest, but that didn’t dampen her spirit for basketball when her son took ...
McKeesport grad Resnik hits milestone at W&J
By Kevin Ritchart
Mike Resnik never thought he’d score 1,000 points in his college basketball career, but that’s just what the Washington & Jefferson senior guard was able ...
College notes: JHU’s Bewak claims 3rd conference title
By Paul Schofield
Johns Hopkins senior Paul Bewak rolled to his third career Centennial Conference wrestling title. He opened with a 7-0 victory against Gettysburg’s Noah Malamut, then followed ...
Loaded Seton Hill baseball sets sights high
By Jeff Vella
On the bus ride back to the hotel after losing in last spring’s NCAA Division II World Series, the Seton Hill baseball players already were ...