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District college notebook: IUP senior puts Stamp on program

Lindsay Stamp, IUP basketball
Miki Glenn, Cal (Pa.) basketball
David Friedmann, Robert Morris hockey
Grove City Athletics
Emily Rabenold, a Hampton graduate, won her second straight PAC cross country title and led the Wolverines to their 26th straight conference title.



• Senior basketball player Lindsay Stamp eclipsed 1,000 career points in an 83-43 victory over Ohio Valley last week. She has scored 20 or more points in every game this season for the Crimson Hawks (4-0) and ranks second in the PSAC with 24.3 points per game.

Cal (Pa.)

• Sophomore basketball player Miki Glenn had 20 points and five steals in a 76-48 rout at No. 6 Edinboro on Saturday. The Vulcans used runs of 13-1 and 15-1 to take a 40-14 halftime lead.

Robert Morris

• Junior hockey player David Friedmann recorded his first collegiate hat trick in the Colonials’ 6-0 victory Saturday. Robert Morris (8-1-3, 6-1-3 Atlantic Hockey Conference) is one of three Division I teams with one loss.

NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional cross country championship

• The Edinboro women defended their title Saturday at Cooper’s Lake Campground to qualify for the NCAA championships Dec. 6 at Louisville, Ky. The Fighting Scots’ Kasey Jones finished first. Cal (Pa.)’s Julie Friend (Uniontown) placed seventh and also will compete at NCAAs.

• On the men’s side, Edinboro took third to earn a spot in the national championships. Cal (Pa.) senior Aaron Dinzeo won the race.

West Virginia

• The women’s cross country team took eighth at the NCAA championships Saturday in Terre Haute, Ind. Sophomore Jillian Forsey (14th place) and senior Kaitlyn Gillespie (26th) earned All-America status.


• Grove City junior EmilyRabenold (Hampton) finished 28th at the NCAA D-III cross country championships Saturday in Mason, Ohio, to earn All-America honors.

• Grove City junior soccer player Seth Loew was named PAC Player of the Year after leading the conference with 10 goals and 29 points. Senior teammate George DeAugustino (Seneca Valley) was among the first-team all-conference selections.

• Point Park senior soccer player Lucas Silva was named KIAC Offensive Player of the Year after he led the conference with a school-record 26 goals. He ranked second in the NAIA with 1.44 goals per game and 3.22 points per game.

• W&J freshman Tatiana Ruzzini (Bethel Park) and Grove City sophomore Jordyn White (Mars) highlighted the first-team All-PAC soccer picks.

• Seton Hill graduate student Chelsea Apke (Mt. Lebanon) scored her 1,000th career point in a 73-64 loss to IUP on Saturday. Apke is a former W&J player who was a two-time first-team All-PAC selection.

• Duquesne senior volleyball player Arielle Love became the first player in program history to be named first-team All-Atlantic 10 three times.

• The Duquesne women’s swimming and diving team broke five school records and won the 10-team Cleveland State Invitational over the weekend.

• Point Park volleyball players Shiloh Simonson (Peters Township) and Ashley Taylor (North Hills) were named first-team All-KIAC.


Women’s soccer

• Penn State (20-3) will make its 10th appearance in the Elite Eight when it visits Texas A&M (21-2-2) at 8 p.m. Saturday.

— Jeff Vella

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