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Steel Valley’s Rohan commits to Seton Hill for softball

Steel Valley junior Chelsea Rohan gave Division II Seton Hill a verbal commitment to play softball.

Rohan, a catcher, batted .596 with four home runs and 18 RBIs last year at Steel Valley, which is a combined 22-11 with two WPIAL Class AA playoff appearances during her two seasons. She allowed just one stolen base last year.

Rohan, who also plays for the Team Pennsylvania Cyclones traveling team, is among five returning starters for Steel Valley.

Seton Hill was 20-20 last season, including 10-18 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Western Division. The Griffins named former Pitt-Greensburg coach Bill Monstrola as their new coach.


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