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Westmoreland campus clippings: Queen is 3-point king at W&J

Bill Beckner
| Tuesday, February 5, 2019 8:20 p.m

Sophomore Zach Queen became the 3-point king this season for the Washington & Jefferson basketball team.

Queen, a Hempfield graduate, set the school record with 3-pointers in a season with 69. The mark came in Saturday’s 80-76 home victory over Thiel in overtime.

His record-breaking basket with 4 seconds left in regulation tied the score 68-68 and advanced him one ahead of Brandon Studer, who connected on 68 3s in the 2003-04 season.

Queen has played in all 22 games for the Presidents (9-13, 7-6 PAC) and is shooting 42 percent from 3-point range (69 for 163). He is averaging 10.7 points.

Queen made eight 3s against Saint Vincent earlier in the season and six when W&J played Bethany.

Men’s basketball

Pitt-Greensburg: Sophomore guard Cam Seigfreid (Penn-Trafford) scored 23 points and went 9 for 9 at the foul line to lead the Bobcats to a 93-80 victory over Penn State Altoona. Freshman guard JoJo France added 20 points in the win.

Seigfreid followed that effort with a 20-point, 10-rebound performance in a 94-73 loss to Medaille.

UPG (7-14, 4-10) also downed Pitt-Bradford, 91-68, as sophomore Matt Johnson had 20 points, and France chipped in 15. Seigfreid was named AMCC player of the week.

Women’s basketball

Grove City: Senior center Laura Buchanan (Norwin) contributed 13 points to help lead the Wolverines (13-9, 8-5) to a 65-40 senior day win over Geneva.

Wrestling

Ohio State: Sixth-ranked Luke Pletcher (Latrobe) won his match at 133 pounds to improve to 18-2 for the season as the No. 2. Buckeyes toppled No. 9 Northwestern, 27-15.

Virginia Tech: Redshirt senior Zack Zavatsky (Latrobe) reached 100 career wins, the milestone coming in the No. 12 Hokies’ 40-3 win over Duke. The nation’s No. 7-ranked 184-pounder became the 12th wrestler from Virginia Tech to reach the 100-win mark with an 18-9 major decision over Kaden Russell.

Washington & Jefferson: Freshman Jaden Datz (Southmoreland) posted his third pin and 20th win of the season in the Presidents’ 42-7 win over Penn State Fayette. Datz (20-11) also has a pair of major decisions.

Men’s swimming

Penn State Behrend: Senior Mark Patterson (Norwin) was named AMCC Swimmer of the Week. He won the 100-yard backstroke and was part of two winning relay teams as Behrend defeated Malone. He won the 100 and 200 backstrokes in a meet against Saint Vincent.

Behrend has six straight wins.

Men’s indoor track & field

Seton Hill: Seniors Patrick O’Connor and Dontay Jacobs posted first-place finishes at the Youngstown State Mid Major Invitational in Ohio. O’Connor took the high jump with a mark of 6 feet, 8 inches, and Jacobs won the 400-meter dash in 47.78 seconds.

Women’s indoor track & field

Virginia: Redshirt senior Bridget Guy (Hempfield) set a program and facility record in the pole vault at the Liberty Flames Invitational with a vault of 14 feet, 1 1/4 inches. She broke her school record of 13-914 set at the recent Dr. Sanders Columbia Challenge


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


Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at bbeckner@tribweb.com or via Twitter .

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