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District college notes: Kapusta inducted into NDSU HOF

Paul Schofield
| Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014, 11:09 p.m.

Greensburg Salem graduate Brian Kapusta, a three-time NCAA Division II national champion (1993-95) will be inducted into the Bison Hall of Fame at North Dakota State University on Oct. 10.

Kapusta was the 1995 NCAA Division II Most Outstanding Wrestler, and he placed third in 1992 as a freshman. He also was a two-time PIAA champion in 1989 and 1990 at 103 pounds.

His college career record was 108-17. In high school he was 103-19.

W&J's Merrill picked to D3 team

Washington & Jefferson junior safety Bryce Merrill, a Hempfield graduate, was named to the D3football.com Team of the Week. Merrill had six tackles (four solo) in W&J's 48-30 win over Carnegie Mellon on Sept. 20, the school's 700th.

He also chipped in a sack, a fumble recovery and an interception.

Seton Hill women golfers finish 3rd

The Seton Hill women's golf team, coached Ryan Sikora, placed third at the Allegheny Invitational at The Country Club of Meadville.

The University of Toronto won the two-day event with a 632, followed by Mercyhurst (645) and Seton Hill (662).

Courtney Newport placed seventh for the Griffins with a 163, while Morgan Miller was eighth with a 164 and Emily Hassey 11th win a 166.

SHU's Kyllo earns another honor

Seton Hill junior Shelby Kyllo picked up another award as she was named Corvias ECAC Division II Volleyball Player of the Week. She is the first Seton Hill player to earn the ECAC award.

Kyllo helped Seton Hill to a 5-0 week. She had 85 kills, 31 blocks, 23 digs and four aces. Against Lock Haven she had a season-high 29 kills and eight blocks.

Seton Hill saw its 13-game winning streak stopped with a loss at Clarion on Sept. 26, but the team rebounded with a victory against IUP on Sept. 27. Seton Hill is now 14-1.

Pitt-Greensburg seals playoff spot

The Pitt-Greensburg women's tennis team defeated Pitt-Bradford, 7-2, on Sept. 27 and clinched a berth in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference playoffs.

UPG is 6-1.

Shayla Landman (Mt. Pleasant), Cayla Ray (Derry), Sydney Geary (Somerset) and Amanda Jensen (Hempfield) posted singles victories.

UPG sets date for softball camp

The Pitt-Greensburg softball team will hold a fall camp on Nov. 16.

It is open to girls in middle school through high school. For more information, contact coach Lindsay Freitag at 724-836-7816 or lef50@pitt.edu.

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