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St. Vincent tabs coach for women’s lacrosse

| Wednesday, July 27, 2011 12:00 a.m

St. Vincent College has named Jym Walters as its women’s lacrosse coach.

Walters, who also serves as the school’s field hockey coach, who spent the 2011 season as an assistant with the women’s lacrosse team.

He becomes just the second coach of women’s lacrosse at St. Vincent, replacing Tom Harbert, who founded the program in 2000 and remains on staff to assist with recruiting and day-to-day operations.

Walters, a former girls lacrosse and field hockey coach at Latrobe High School, is a 1996 graduate of St. Vincent, where he participated in men’s lacrosse, tennis, and cross country. He has coached the Bearcats’ field hockey team since 2007.

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As a senior, the 6-foot-2, 217-pound Jones passed for 741 yards and rushed for 290 yards for Ligonier Valley.

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