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District college roundup: St. Vincent men earn PAC win over W&J

| Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017, 10:09 p.m.

The St. Vincent men's basketball team picked up its first Presidents' Athletic Conference victory Wednesday night, topping Washington & Jefferson, 77-62.

Tom Kromka (Gateway) scored 18 points and had 10 rebounds, and Kyle Evans had 15 points with 10 rebounds for the Bearcats (4-1, 1-1). Sean Stinelli (Penn-Trafford) scored 24 for W&J (1-4, 0-1).

Penn State Altoona 77, Pitt-Greensburg 65 — In the AMCC opener, Kyle Bondi (Moon) scored 22 points, and Cam Seigfreid (Penn-Trafford) added 10 for Pitt-Greensburg (1-3, 0-1), but the Bobcats fell to Penn State Altoona (4-2, 1-0).

Women's basketball

Pitt-Greensburg 64, Penn State Altoona 50 — Pitt-Greensburg (1-3, 1-0) earned its first win with an AMCC victory. Kelsey Oddis (Burrell) had 20 points and 16 rebounds, and Nadege Durand added 16 points and 15 rebounds.

W&J 70, Saint Vincent 56 — Kiara Arnold had 11 points, and Paige Montrose (Seneca Valley) and Carlee Kilgus (South Fayette) each had eight as Saint Vincent (2-3) fell to 1-1 in the PAC. Lauren Gilbert (Baldwin) had 26 points for W&J (5-0, 2-0).

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