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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 2010

Briefs: College baseball

Frank Quirin had four hits, including a grand slam, and drove in six runs as Washington & Jefferson swept a doubleheader from Geneva, 12-1 and 10-2.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 2010

Thomas More athletes of the week

Kersting led the Saints at the plate last week as he batted .588 as he was 10-of-17 with a home run, two doubles, eight runs batted-in and six runs scored.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Westminster Places Fifth at Home Invitational

The Westminster College men's golf team placed fifth out of 12 teams as hosts of the Westminster Spring Invitational held Monday at the New Castle Country Club. The Titans shot a 336.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Batiz Earns PAC Pitcher of the Week

Emily Batiz (Leechburg, PA/Leechburg Area) became Thiel College softballís first Presidents' Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week on Monday.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Basta, Kinnick Honored with PAC Weekly Awards

The Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) today recognized two Westminster College athletes with weekly awards.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Longo pitcher of the week

Waynesburg freshman Anthony Longo pitched a complete game Friday in a 2-1 win over Thiel to earn President's Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week honors.

Herald Standard

 

 

MONDAY, MARCH 29, 2010

Kersting's hot week leads Saints

The Thomas More baseball team went 3-2 last week as it split a pair of mid-week nonconference games and then went 2-1 against Saint Vincent College in a Presidents' Athletic Conference tripleheader on Saturday.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Ferry duo headed to Waynesburg

Cody McGee and Josh Wells won't have to look far to find someone they know when they head to college this fall.

Times Leader Online

 

Transfers a hot commodity for colleges

Gino Rometo, 22, of Plum, was a football scholarship student at Clarion University but lost his starting job as quarterback a couple years back when the "Golden Eagles" lost six of their first seven games.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 

College corner: Women's basketball

Freshman Melissa Mansur (St. Pius X) had eight points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals as Saint Vincent's College captured the ECAC South Region Championship with a 60-58 win over Juniata College, finishing the season with a 23-5 record.

Pottstown Mercury

 

Local roundup: Waynesburg shuts out Thiel, 3-0

Waynesburg University improved to 3-0 Friday at home with a 2-1 win over Thiel. Freshman Anthony Longo allowed six hits, struck out two and walked one batter to pick up the complete-game win in his Waynesburg (5-7) debut.

The Herald Standard

 

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 2010

Bethany 10 - Geneva 8

The Bethany College baseball team rallied from a 6-1 deficit with five runs in the seventh and four more in the eighth inning to claim a 10-8 triumph at Geneva in the opening game of their three-game series Friday.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2010

Briefs

Waynesburg University swept a home doubleheader from Carlow Thursday, 9-0 and 7-6, with junior Amanda Baughman pitching a shutout in the opener.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2010

Lady Bears' duo sign to play softball at Thomas More

Two senior members of Bracken County's traditionally strong fast-pitch softball program, infielder Jaclyn Crawford and pitcher-outfielder Katelyn Meyer, signed national letters of intent with Thomas More College in the school's library in front of their families, coaches, administrators and fellow students.

Maysville Ledger Independent

 

Gonzalez showing he's more than a top pitcher at Waynesburg

When Jesse Gonzalez joined the Waynesburg University baseball team as a freshman two years ago, head coach Mike Humiston viewed the Brentwood High School grad exclusively as a pitcher.

Your South Hills

 

Did you know that?

Mikey Macosko, a Thomas Jefferson graduate, is a junior member of the Waynesburg University women's track and field team.

Your South Hills

 

Titans Capture 14 Events at Grove City Mini-Invitational

The Westminster College men's and women's track and field teams captured 14 events at the Grove City College Mini-Invitational on Tuesday.

My Valley Sports.com

 

College notebook: In swimming

Angela Palumbo, a freshman at Grove City, was a five-time All-American at the Division III Championships.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 2010

Burroughs chooses Saint Vincent

South Fayette senior Mike Burroughs will continue his athletic and academic pursuits at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

Thomas More Team Lauded for Sportsmanship

The Thomas More College men's basketball team (21-7, 9-3 PAC) has repeated as the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Men's Basketball Team Sportsmanship Award winner.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Thomas More Athletes of the Week

What Uhl did last week: He went 2-0 on the mound last week as he pitched 10 shutout innings and gave up only one hit.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 2010

Thomas Drives in 5 as Tomcats Down Mount Union

Starting pitcher James Teyssier won his third game of the spring on Sunday afternoon as the Tomcats downed Mount Union (Ohio) College, 7-3, at 23rd Street Field. The Tomcat victory haulted a three-game win streak by the Purple Raiders and raised Thielís record to 7-5.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Briefs

Freshman Erin Shuman struck out nine batters to help Washington & Jefferson earn a 5-4 victory over Grinnell, Iowa Monday at the Dot Richardson Spring Games.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

Grove City Freshman Swims to All-American Honors

Jenny Ryan capped off her freshman year in spectacular style last week, earning All-American honors in four events at the NCAA Div. III swimming championships..

Centre Daily Times

 

 

MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2010

Kennedy Catholic graduate Rozenblad finds home at Thiel

Blair Rozenblad of Youngstown has made all of the right moves off and on the basketball court to become the leader of the Thiel College team and one of the top players in the Presidentsí Athletic Conference.

The Youngstown Vindicator

 

C-M's Lombardo finishes with Classic win

Throughout his scholastic wrestling career, Sam Lombardo depended on the rigid disciplines of the sport to be successful.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

Bison Track Begins Year with Strong Efforts

A limited number of competitors began the season Saturday for the Bethany College outdoor track and field teams, but they produced outstanding efforts at the California (Pa.) University Early Bird Invitational.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

Briefs: College Softball

Washington & Jefferson dropped a 10-7 game to Bowdoin (Maine) Sunday morning but bounced back for a 3-2 victory over Union (N.Y.) at the Dot Richardson Spring Games.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 2010

College Sports

Former Corry star swimmer Eric Fairchild, a freshman at Grove City College, was named to the Presidents' Athletic Conference first team.

Go Erie.com

 

Briefs: College baseball

After dropping a 6-1 decision to Otterbein, Waynesburg ended a four-game losing streak with a 21-6 win over the Cardinals in the nightcap of a non-conference doubleheader.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

Waynesburg, Penn State Fayette split

Waynesburg University split a softball doubleheader with Penn State Fayette, the Eberly Campus Saturday, a 3-1 loss followed by a 5-0 win in the nightcap.

Herald-Standard

 

Hensh ties record

Nathaniel Hensh, a freshman at Bethany College, tied a school record while competing at the California (Pa.) University Early Bird Invitational.

Herald-Standard

 

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 2010

College notes

Oursler, a freshman guard at Washington and Jefferson, was an honorable mention pick on the President's Athletic Conference team.

Frederick News Post.com

 

Grove City tops La Roche

Five Grove City players collected three hits each Thursday afternoon to help lift the visiting Wolverines to a 15-8 win over La Roche in non-conference baseball action at John Arnold Field.

My Valley Sports.com

 

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2010

Waynesburg senior nominated for V Foundation award

So many words can describe the great sports figure that was Jimmy Valvano. Valvano was considered to be a great coach, an educated commentator, and above all, an inspirational person to most.

Herald-Standard

 

Hawkins, Davitch, Iuzzolino head Hall of Fame class

After leading St. Francis University to its first menís basketball NCAA Division I Tournament appearance, Iuzzolino played point guard during two NBA seasons with the Dallas Mavericks.

Tribune Democrat

 

PAC Releases its Preseason Coaches' Polls

The Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) today released its 2010 preseason coaches' polls for baseball and softball. The Westminster baseball team is picked to finish sixth in the league while the Westminster softball team drew a third-place prediction.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Lamie, O'Keefe honored by NABC

The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) honored Grove City College head men's basketball coach Steve Lamie and senior center Andy O'Keefe (Perry, Ohio) Thursday in recognition of their respective efforts during the 2009-10 season.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Four Grove City Swimmers Earn All-America

Four members of the Grove City College women's swimming and diving team earned NCAA Division III All-America honors Wednesday night during the opening night of the 2010 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships at the University of Minnesota.

My Valley Sports.com

 

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 2010

Oursler shines for Washington & Jefferson women's hoops

Less than a week into fall practice, Washington & Jefferson College women's basketball coach Jina DeRubbo realized she had something special in freshman guard Alyssa Oursler.

Gazette.net (Maryland Community Newspapers)

 

Local sports

The Bethany College baseball team improved to 4-0 with two more victories as it defeated Earlham 6-4 and held on for an 8-7 triumph against Manhattanville.

The Wheeling Intelligencer

 

Thomas More's McKeehan Named Student-Athlete of the Month

The Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) announced today (Tuesday, March 17, 2010) that Thomas More College's Daniel McKeehan (Maineville, Ohio/Little Miami) has been named December's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Male Scholar-Athlete of the Month.

Bluegrass State Basketball

 

College notebook: Thomas More

The Saints' baseball team went 1-2 during the Central Florida Invitational last week and had its final two games rained out.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Four Grove City Swimmers Earn All-America

Four members of the Grove City College women's swimming and diving team earned NCAA Division III All-America honors Wednesday night during the opening night of the 2010 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships at the University of Minnesota.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Grove City Splits at Otterbein

The Grove City College baseball team opened the northern portion of the 2010 schedule Wednesday afternoon by splitting a non-conference doubleheader at regional power Otterbein.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Murray Named an ECAC Division III South All-Star

Westminster College men's basketball player Ryne Murray was selected as an Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III South All-Star on Wednesday. Murray, a 6-foot-4 senior forward, earned a spot on the second team.

My Valley Sports.com

 

GC's O'Keefe Earns All-ECAC, All-Region

Grove City College senior men's basketball player Andy O'Keefe (Perry, Ohio/Perry) earned two prestigious honors in recognition of his outstanding play during the 2009-10 season.

My Valley Sports.com

 

W&J's Killeen, Gibson on all-star teams

Washington & Jefferson College seniors Kennan Killeen and Maggie Gibson each were selected to women's basketball all-region and all-star teams this week.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2010

Mt. Lebanon's Kennan Killeen chosen for coaching program

Kennan Killeen of Mt. Lebanon has been selected into the class of 2010 for the 8th annual Women's Basketball Coaches Association's "So You Want To Be A Coach Program."

The McMurray Almanac

 

Thiel's Rozenblad Named Regional DIII Rookie of the Year

Thiel College menís basketball standout Blair Rozenblad has been named the Division III Great Lakes Region Rookie of the Year, D3hoops.com announced on Tuesday afternoon.

WYTV.com

 

College notebook: Thomas More

The Saints' baseball team went 1-2 during the Central Florida Invitational last week and had its final two games rained out.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Crompton named PAC Pitcher of Week

Westminster College junior Amber Crompton, a Finleyville native and Ringgold High School graduate, has been named softball Pitcher of the Week in the Presidents' Athletic Conference.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

Bethany's Testa Voted All-Region

Bethany College senior Joe Testa (Amity, Pa./Trinity) continues to pick up postseason awards as he was voted Second Team All-Great Lakes Region by the national web site D3Hoops.com.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2010

Brooke's Lyonett Named PAC Tennis Player of the Week for Bethany Bison

Bethany College senior Jay Lyonett (Weirton, W.Va./Brooke) was chosen as the PAC Menís Tennis Player of the Week for March 15 by the conference office.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

Titans Sweep PAC Hitter and Pitcher of the Week Awards

Baseball and softball players from Westminster College swept all four of the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) hitter and pitcher of the week awards for March 8-14.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Titans Start Season with 3-6 Record

The Westminster College baseball team wrapped up its nine-game trip to Fort Pierce, Fla., with a 1-2 record in games played on Saturday night and Sunday morning.

My Valley Sports.com

 

W&J Wins Baseball Opener over Allegheny

Andy Trettel went 4-for-5 and drove in five runs as Washington & Jefferson College opened its season with a 12-3 win over Allegheny in a men's non-conference college baseball game.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

Men's Basketball

Junior forward Eddie Brown (Badin) averaged 7.0 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game for Thomas More, which finished 21-7 and earned a share of its second straight Presidentsí Athletic Conference regular-season championship.

Hamilton Journal News

 

 

MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2010

More men of mat

Since our look at the local guys who are now wrestling at the collegiate level appeared earlier this week, two more names have been sent our way.

American Chronicle

 

NCAA Swimming: Six headed to national championships

Six members of the Grove City College womenís swimming and diving team will compete in the NCAA Division III Championships March 17 to 20 at the University of Minnesota.

Allied News.com

 

Titans go 1-3 in final four games in Florida

The Westminster College softball team went a combined 1-3 this weekend in its final four games at the Rebel Games in Kissimmee, Fla.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Titans open outdoor season

After spending an entire week training in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the Westminster College men's and women's track and field teams opened up their 2010 outdoor seasons on Saturday by competing in the Coastal Carolina University Invitational.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Armstrong County "Hall" names inductees

Morda helped lead Ford City to three section championship and a state semifinal finish in 1998. Her star rose even higher in college, where the forward became St. Vincent College's second all-time leading scorer with 1,776 career points.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Sports briefs

Chatham announced the hiring of Kristin Consuegra as coach of its NCAA Division III women's volleyball program. She succeeds Frank Stackiewicz, who resigned after two seasons.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 2010

Ferraro not returning to Waynesburg

Frank Ferraro, head men's basketball coach at Waynesburg University, will not return for another season. The school did not announce the decision or mention if Ferraro was fired or had resigned.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

Eaton Advances to National Final

Thiel College track and field runner, Alex Eaton (Erie, Pa./Cathedral Prep.), advanced to the finals of the men's 400-meter dash at the Division III Indoor National Championships on Friday.

My Valley Sports.com

 

On Campus: Harvey Helps Geneva College Men's Basketball Team Reach National Tournament
The
Geneva College men's basketball team is going to the National Christian College Athletic Association national tournament March 18 to 20 in Oakland City, Ind., and Gateway graduate Brandon Harvey will be a big part of the Golden Tornadoes' quest to bring home a national championship.
(Monroeville) Times Express

 

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 2010

Still more queens of the diamond

A former Conneaut standout and first-team Star Beacon All-Ashtabula County player, Becky Betteridge is a key player at Thiel College.

American Chronicle

 

Briefs

Rob Cool Jr. played a role in each of Waynesburg University's first three runs but the Yellow Jackets' lead eveaporated as they lost to Gordon College, 5-4, Thursday at the Central Florida Invitational.

Observer-Reporter

 

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 2010

Eaton, Brown Head to Nationals

The Thiel College menís and womenís track and field teams will be represented by freshman athlete, Brittany Brown, and senior runner, Alex Eaton, at the NCAA Division III Indoor Championships this weekend.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Youngstown's Bodrick Honored at HOF Banquet

A pair of 2009 Thiel College graduates will be honored for their outstanding collegiate careers during Sundayís Thiel Athletics Hall of Fame banquet.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Titans Split with E-Town

In the second day of doubleheaders played at Fort Pierce, Fla., the Westminster College baseball team once again split with its opponent thanks to a solid pitching performance.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Lady Bison Hope Experience & Depth Can Lead to PAC Crown

Bolstered by eight returning position players and two pitchers, as well as a strong incoming class, the Bethany College softball team brings aspirations of capturing its 13th PAC championship into the 2010 season.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

Briefs

Waynesburg's doubleheader today (9:30 a.m.) against Gordon College will be webcast live at www.livestream.com. Coverage of the games will be provided by ACG Sports.

Washington Observer-Reporter

 

Killeen among top free-throw shooters in NCAA history

Washington & Jefferson College senior point guard Kennan Killeen, pictured, the 2010 Presidentsí Athletic Conference Womenís Basketball Player of the Year, finished her career as the ninth-best free-throw shooter in NCAA Division III history.

O-R Big Blog on Campus

 

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 2010

Thomas More's McKeehan Up for National Award

Thomas More College senior Daniel Mckeehan is being recognized for his athletic and academic abilities by becoming one of 10 finalists for the 2010 Jostens Awards, given to the most outstanding basketball player in Division III.

Kentucky Post

 

Elsewhere

St. Vincent (22-5) won the ECAC Division III South Region women's championship with a 60-58 victory over Juniata as Emily Fenton, a Latrobe High School product, hit two free throws with 5.8 seconds remaining to breaking a tie.

American Chronicle

 

Bethany Tennis Snaps Losing Skid with Win over Franciscan

The Bethany College menís tennis team claimed five out of six singles matches to score a 6-3 victory over Franciscan Wednesday in their season opener.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

Double Play for Baughman

Waynesburg University's Amanda Baughman, pictured, received a rare double honor Monday from the Presidents' Athletic Conference.

O-R Big Blog on Campus

 

College notes

(Alyssa) Oursler, a freshman guard at Washington and Jefferson, was an honorable mention pick on the President's Athletic Conference team.

Frederick News Post

 

NCAA Men's Basketball: GCC seniors finish best run since mid-1920s

Opening-round games of regional and national playoffs have not been pleasant memories for the Grove City College menís basketball team.

Allied News.com

 

 

MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2010

Local sports

Meredith Brown, a Hollidaysburg graduate, competed in the Presidents' Athletic Conference Championships in Grove City Feb. 18-20 for the St. Vincent swimming team.

Altoona Mirror

 

Local sports briefs

Northern Cambria graduate Brittany Sedlock was named the tournament MVP in leading St. Vincent to a 60-58 victory over Juniata in the ECAC South Division championship game on Sunday.

The Tribune-Democrat

 

District Women Roundup

Sophomore Emily Fenton made two free throws with 5.8 seconds left in the second half to break a 58-58 tie and Saint Vincent won the Eastern College Athletic Conference South Region Championship with a victory against Juniata in Latrobe.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 

St. Vincent captures title

Emily Fenton had played in her share of big games both at Latrobe and St. Vincent, but she had never been in such a stressful situation with so much at stake.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Dave Evans, Westminster open season today

The Westminster College baseball team begins the 2010 season with five doubleheaders at Fort Pierce, Fla. and plays Ursinus at 10 a.m. today.

Ellwood City Ledger

 

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 2010

Thomas More falls in second round

For the first time in Brian Nealís six-year tenure at Thomas More, his womenís team struggled to rebound the basketball.

Cincinnati Examiner

 

Thomas More women's season ends

Minutes after Nicole Dickman hobbled off the court with her left arm over one coach's shoulder and her right over head coach Brian Neal's, she trudged her way back on the court - but this time on crutches and with a large ice bag on her left ankle.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Carver's Bethany Bison Ready for 2010 Baseball Season

When the 2010 season opens for the Bethany College baseball team March 9 against Denison at Chillicothe, Ohio, the focus will be on the Bison returning to the PAC Tournament and a chance at competing for the conference title.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

Waynesburg's Garber 7th at D-III wrestling

Waynesburg University's Nick Garber placed seventh Saturday at 133 pounds in the NCAA Division III wrestling tournament in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

(Washington) Observer-Reporter

 

St. Vincent drives to ECAC title game

Midway through the second half Alvernia coach Randy Doaty walked over the scorer's table and asked aloud the question of the night: "How did we lose that lead?"

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 2010

W&J women fall in D-III tournament

Mount Union made nine three-point field goals and Washington & Jefferson's shooting went cold over the game's final 25 minutes as the Purple Raiders defeated the Presidents 71-48 in an NCAA Division III women's basketball tournament first-round game Friday night at Messiah College.

(Washington) Observer-Reporter

 

College briefs

Tara Harris, a junior at Bethany College, was held to six points as the Bisons opened their conference tournament with a 66-65 loss to Washington & Jefferson.

Zanesville Times Recorder

 

Firsts for Mummert

Junior Chelsea Mummert (Central York) came up big for the Chatham University swim team at the Presidents' Athletic Conference championships.

York Daily Record

 

No. 13 Thomas More women win DIII opener

The Thomas More women, accustomed to success in the NCAA Tournament as a program, will learn more about themselves when they face No. 6 Washington University (St. Louis) at 7 p.m. Saturday in a second round tournament game at the Connor Convocation Center.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Alvernia hands Thiel second-consecutive setback

The Alvernia Crusaders bested the Thiel College baseball team for the second game in a row Ė this time to the tune of 18-5 Ė Friday afternoon at Dodgertown.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Six qualify for NCAA Championships

Six members of the Grove City College women's swimming and diving team will compete in the NCAA Division III Championships March 17-20 in Minneapolis.

My Valley Sports.com

 

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 2010

PAC champs Grove City to open D-III tournament at Wooster

The Grove City College menís basketball team led from start to finish on Saturday night and beat Thomas More, 78-61, for the Presidentsí Athletic Conference championship in Grove City.

Allied News

 

 

College notebook: Former WMC coach goes into Grove City hall

Former Western Maryland College professor and assistant soccer coach Hans Peter Buttner was recently inducted into the Grove City Athletic Hall of Fame. Buttner, a native of Germany, taught German and coached at WMC until he died in 1993.

Carroll County Times

 

NCAA Div. III Tournament: Wolverines, Scots both on a roll

That Grove City College is on a roll right now isn't surprising -- most teams who get into the Div. III national tournament usually are.

Wooster Daily Record

 

St. Vincent women enjoying unexpected run

Less than a week ago, the St. Vincent College women's basketball team was stuck in limbo, not knowing whether it would receive a postseason bid or if its 2009-10 campaign had ended with an upset victory over Thomas More.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Westminster Softball 2010 Outlook

There is a No Excuses policy in effect for the Westminster College softball team. Two years ago the Titans were a really young team with just one senior.

My Valley Sports.com

 

District Notebook: Washington and Jefferson to face Mount Union

It wasn't long after the NCAA released the bracket for the Division III women's basketball tournament Monday that members of the Washington & Jefferson College football staff started showing up in basketball coach Jina DeRubbo's office.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 2010

W&J hopes experience is the difference

If experience means anything, then this is likely to be the year the Washington & Jefferson College women's basketball team secures its elusive first victory in the NCAA Division III tournament.

(Washington) Observer-Reporter

 

St. Vincent stops Pitt-Greensburg women

Carol Gelet and Kristen Zawacki grew up together in Mt. Pleasant and, for years, coached women's basketball programs only a few miles away from each other.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Thomas More's McKeehan Nominated for Jostens Trophy

Thomas More College power forward Daniel McKeehan (Maineville, Ohio/Little Miami) has been selected as one of the 10 finalists for the highly prestigious 2010 Jostens Trophy.

Bluegrass State Basketball

 

Thomas More Lands Women's Tourney

The NCAA Division III women's basketball tournament will begin at Thomas More College when sixth ranked Washington takes on Maryville at 5 p.m. Friday, March 5 in one of two first-round games.

Kentucky Post

 

Riverview's Kumar decides on St. Vincent

Riverview senior Caty Kumar enjoys having her family members and friends watch her play basketball. That was a big reason why she chose to continue her playing career at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, about 40 miles up the Turnpike from Oakmont.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Westminster Baseball 2010 Outlook

Youth will be served on the Westminster College baseball team in 2010. Two thirds of the team will be freshmen or sophomores and it will be impossible for 11th-year head coach Carmen Nocera to pencil a lineup consisting of only juniors and seniors.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Bethany Tops Neumann 70-68 in Boys Basketball

Freshman Nick Wilcox scored the go-ahead bucket with 36 seconds left and a Neumann (Pa.) University three-pointer at the buzzer was off target, giving the Bethany College menís basketball team a 70-68 win over the Knights in the ECAC South Region Quarterfinals.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 2010

Rozenblad Earns First Team All-PAC Honors

Three members of the 2009-10 Thiel College menís basketball team have been named to All-Presidentsí Athletics Conference squads, Executive Director Joe Onderko announced on Tuesday morning.

WYTV.com

 

LMHS Grad Named Academic All-America of the Year

Thomas More College senior Daniel McKeehan of Maineville, a 2006 Little Miami High School graduate, has been selected as the College Division ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Menís Basketball Player of the Year by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Loveland Magazine

 

Murray Named First Team All-PAC

Two Westminster College men's basketball players today earned recognition by the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) with postseason awards including one player on the 2010 All-PAC Men's Basketball Team.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Testa on All-PAC basketball first team

Joe Testa, a senior forward for Bethany College's men's basketball team and a Trinity High School graduate, was named one of the Presidents' Athletic Conference's first team all-conference players.

(Washington) Observer-Reporter

 

Bethany Men Earn ECAC Hoops Bid

The Bethany College men have been selected to participate in the 2010 ECAC Division III South Region Basketball Tournament as the #2 seed.

Ohio Valley Athletics

 

GCC looks to take PAC title

Thanks to late Wolverine rally Thursday night, the Grove City College menís basketball team is one win away from its first Presidentsí Athletic Conference title since the 2006-07 season.

Allied News

 

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 2010

Scots to host NCAA tourney this weekend

Friday night, the Scots (23-5), winners of the North Coast Athletic Conference, play Grove City (Pa.) College (19-8), which won the Presidents' Athletic Conference automatic berth by defeating Thomas More 78-61 in the championship game.

Wooster Daily Record

 

W&J receives bid, will play Mount Union

The Washington & Jefferson College women's basketball team received an at-large bid for the NCAA Division III Tournament and will face Ohio Athletic Conference Champion Mount Union College at 5 p.m. Friday.

(Washington) Observer-Reporter

 

College briefs

The women's bracket features second-seeded St. Vincent (20-5) against seventh-seeded Pitt-Greensburg (17-9), and eighth-seeded Juniata (15-11) takes on Delaware Valley (17-9), the top seed.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

TMC women host tourney

For the second time in the last three seasons, the Thomas More College women's basketball team will host the first two rounds of the NCAA Division III Tournament, but in order for it to advance to the Sweet 16 for the second straight season, it will likely have to beat a traditional powerhouse in the second round.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Thomas More athletes of the week

What McKeehan did last week: He helped lead the Saints to a 2-1 record and a runner-up finish in the Presidents' Athletic Conference tournament.

Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Mount Union's first-round opponent is selected

Mount Union will play Washington & Jefferson College of Washington, Pa., in the first round of the NCAA Division III womenís basketball tournament Friday 5 p.m. at Messiah College in Grantham, Pa.

Canton Repository

 

Tomcat Softball Swept, 0-7, 0-8

Saturday marked the beginning of the Thiel College softball team's season, with games against Lake Superior State University and the University of Michigan Dearborn at the NTC Softball Tournament.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Grove City to Face Wooster in NCAA Tournament

The Grove City College men's basketball team will make its fifth all-time appearance in the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament Friday night as the Wolverines will face the College of Wooster in an opening-round game at the Fighting Scots' Timken Gymnasium.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Dolsak Named to Second Team All-PAC

Westminster College's Amy Dolsak (McDonald, Ohio/McDonald) was named to the second team of the 2010 All-Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Women's Basketball Team.

My Valley Sports.com

 

Cincy area College Notebook, March 1

Thomas More College has been chosen by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Tournament on March 5-6, 2010.

Cincinnati Examiner

 

 

MONDAY, MARCH 1, 2010
Thomas More Loses in PAC Title Game; Must Await Bid
Despite a game-high 22 points from senior power forward Daniel McKeehan (Maineville, Ohio/Little Miami), the second-seeded Thomas More College men's basketball team fell, 78-61, to top-seeded Grove City College tonight (Saturday, February, 27, 2010) in the championship game of the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Championship Tournament at Grove City College Arena in Grove City, Pennsylvania.
Bluegrass State Basketball

 

TMC Women Find Out NCAA Opponent Monday
The 16th-ranked Thomas More women's basketball team won its fourth straight Presidents' Athletic Conference tournament title last week as it defeated Thiel College 75-51 in the quarterfinals, Chatham University 68-40 in the semifinals and Westminster College 77-67 in the championship game. The championship game appearance was the Saints' fifth in five years as a member of the PAC.
The Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Tomaselli Helps Team to Title
Luke Tomaselli, a Penn Cambria graduate and Cresson native, scored 19 points and added three assists for Grove City College as the Wolverines claimed the 2010 Presidentsí Athletic Conference title with a 78-61 win over Thomas More College on Saturday.
The (Johnstown) Tribune-Democrat

 

Two area teams in NCAA Division III basketball tournament field

The Grove City College men's basketball team and the Washington & Jefferson women's squad have received their assignments for the NCAA Division III playoffs.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
 


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