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District college notes: UPG tennis stays perfect

Paul Schofield
| Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014, 10:31 p.m.

The Pitt-Greensburg women's tennis team swept three matches last weekend, moving to 5-0 in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference.

The squad defeated D'Youville College, 8-1; Medaille College, 7-2; and Mt. Aloysius, 9-0.

UPG will play host to returning AMCC champ Penn State Behrend on Friday.

Kyllo named player of the week

Seton Hill junior middle hitter Shelby Kyllo was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Western Division Volleyball Athlete of the Week.

She finished the five matches with 85 kills, a .372 hitting percentage, 31 blocks, 23 digs, and four aces. She notched 3.86 kills per set and 1.41 blocks per set.

Former Seton Hill lacrosse player drafted

Former Seton Hill lacrosse player Matt Delmonico was selected 30th overall by the Vancouver Stealth in the 2014 National Lacrosse League Draft on Monday.

Delmonico, who graduated from Seton Hill in 2014 was a three-time All-American and three-time first-team all-conference player scored 241 career points for Seton Hill (165 goals, 76 assists).

He also was voted Inside Lacrosse Preseason Player of the Year twice and selected to compete in the D1/D2 North South Game in 2014.

Delmonico is the second Griffin to be drafted by the National Lacrosse League.

James Delany (2013) was drafted by the Philadelphia Wings in the 2013 NLL Draft.

Seton Hill volleyball improves to 12-0

The Seton Hill women's volleyball team ran its record to 12-0 with PSAC crossover wins over Millersville, 3-2, and Lock Haven, 3-2.

Seton Hill is 4-0 in the PSAC.

Corrine Gahagen led the team with 21 kills in the victory over Millersville.

Kyllo led the Griffins in the five-set win over Lock Haven with 29 kills. She also added eight blocks.

Gahagen and Field each had nine kills. Field added 44 assists. Teed posted a game high 40 digs.

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