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| Friday, August 2, 2002 12:00 a.m


  • Dorothy (Bowers) Collins, the all-time leading women’s basketball scorer at Youngstown State, was named as an assistant women’s coach for the Penguins. Collins holds the school’s career scoring record with 2,324 points. She replaces Liz Grzesk, who accepted an assistant’s position at Wisconsin-Green Bay.


  • Defending champion Widener was selected to win the 2002 Middle Atlantic Conference championship, according to a poll of coaches representing schools in the NCAA Division III conference. Juniata, the district’s lone school in the conference, earned one first-place vote and is predicted to finish fifth. The Eagles will be led by quarterback Greg Troutman, who was named conference rookie of the year last season after passing for 2,799 yards and 25 touchdowns.


  • The Forge named forward Andy Brandt captain for next season. Defensemen Dylan Reese and Denis Kirstein will be alternate captains. Brandt was the team’s second-leading scorer this past season with 49 points. Reese, a senior at Upper St. Clair, was the Forge’s top scoring defenseman with 32 points. Kirstein, a Bethel Park graduate, played in 53 games.

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