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District Colleges

Seton Hill's Leah Bisignani claims PSAC honor

Bill Beckner Jr.
| Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018, 3:18 p.m.
Seton Hill’s Leah Bisignani (leaping at net) was named PSAC Southwest Division Athlete of the Week
Seton Hill’s Leah Bisignani (leaping at net) was named PSAC Southwest Division Athlete of the Week

Leah Bisignani was slowed by an injury earlier in the season, but the redshirt sophomore came back with a vengeance.

Bisignani, a middle-blocker who graduated from Greensburg Central Catholic, was named the PSAC Southwest Division Athlete of the Week.

Seton Hill won two matches last week and Bisignani made key contributions to both. She had four kills and did not make an error in 11 attempts in a 3-0 victory against Cal (Pa.).

Her 18 kills and six blocks powered the Griffins past Mercyhurst, 3-2.

In a loss to No. 3 Gannon, she posted nine kills and eight blocks.

Bill Beckner is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill at or via Twitter @BillBeckner.

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