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Westmoreland college basketball roundup: Seton Hill women win third straight

| Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016, 8:42 p.m.

Halie Torris led three players in double figures with 16 points, and the Seton Hill women's basketball team defeated Alderson Broaddus, 76-67, on Sunday for their third straight win.

Jenna Kaufman had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Griffins (4-1), and freshman Sydney Rabold had 10.

• Kelsey Oddis had a game-high 20 points, but the Pitt-Greensburg women lost to Westminster, 65-62. Jenna Cole added 19 points, and Lyndy Baer had 13 for the Bobcats (1-5).

• Matt D'Amico had 16 points, but the St. Vincent men slipped to 3-3 on the season after a 76-62 loss to Carnegie Mellon. Jason Capco added 11 points for the Bearcats, and Tom Kromka had 10 points and nine rebounds.

— Staff reports

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