Westmoreland Campus Clippings: UPG women’s soccer moves up
Pitt-Greensburg looks like it plans to stay in the regional women’s soccer rankings.
The Bobcats (5-0) moved up a spot, to No. 8, in the United Soccer Coaches Division III Great Lakes Region rankings. UPG has posted four shutouts and has outscored its opponents 16-2.
In addition, a pair of UPG players were lauded by the conference for their strong play of late.
Freshman forward Ashley Lucas and sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Yoder shared AMCC player of the week honors.
Both players helped UPG defeat Chatham, 4-2. Chatham was ranked No. 7 in the region at the time.
Lucas leads the conference in points (15) and is second in goals (5).
Yoder is 5-0 in net with a 0.40 goals-against average and a 91.9 save percentage.
Randolph Macon: Freshman Zach Boote (Greensburg Central Catholic) opened his college career with an even-par 72 at the Tom Kinder Memorial in Harrisonburg, Va. He sat in sixth place heading into Tuesday’s second round. He made six birdies and made the turn at 3-under.
Seton Hill: The Griffins (3-1) moved up one spot to No. 23 in the latest United Soccer Coaches Top 25. They remained No 3 in the Atlantic Regional rankings.
Seton Hill: Redshirt senior forward Italia Biondi (Penn-Trafford) was named PSAC West athlete of the week after a two-goal, one-assist game against Gannon. The Griffins won, 4-2.
Women’s cross country
Seton Hill: After winning the Doug Watts Invitational in Edinboro, the Griffins moved up to No. 3 in the USTFCCCA Atlantic Regional rankings.
Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .