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Goodell, Ravenstahl to attend W&J homecoming

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By The The Tribune-Review
Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2006
 

Roger Goodell, commissioner of the NFL, and Luke Ravenstahl, mayor of Pittsburgh, will be among the more than 1,000 alumni at Washington & Jefferson College's Homecoming festivities this weekend. Goodell (class of 1981) and Ravenstahl (2003) will serve as honorary co-captains at the Presidents' 2 p.m. football game against Westminster. As part of pregame activities, Ravenstahl and Goodell will be joined by W&J president Tori Haring-Smith for the coin toss. Ravenstahl, 26, was the starting W&J placekicker for three years, and he still holds the school record for career field goals made and most consecutive extra points.

• Clarion announced the hiring of Ethan Bosch as assistant wrestling coach. Bosch, who has international experience, is a former U.S. Open national champion, a U.S. Olympic alternate and also earned bronze medals at the World Cup in 2001 and 2002. Bosch comes to Clarion from Blackhawk High School, where he was the head wrestling coach in the 2005-06 season.

• The CCAC-South baseball team won the Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference tournament over the weekend. CCAC-South, which outscored its opponents by a combined 20-3, will meet Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference tournament champion Northampton C.C. in Bethlehem for the NJCAA Pennsylvania Collegiate Athletic Association championship.

• The starting time for Duquesne's football game Saturday at St. Peter's has been changed from 1 p.m. to noon.

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