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Saint Vincent women’s golf team picked No. 1 in PAC poll

| Wednesday, August 22, 2018 1:42 p.m
Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review
Saint Vincent Basilica Parish is seen on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018 at Saint Vincent College.

Fresh off its first Presidents’ Athletic Conference golf title in the spring, the Saint Vincent women were picked No. 1 in the annual preseason coaches’ poll.

Saint Vincent collected three first-place votes from the six coaches and edged out Westmonster, 32-31. Washington & Jefferson was picked third and Grove City was fourth.

Saint Vincent is coached by Dr. Thomas Cline and assistant Laura Mallery.

The Bearcats represented the PAC at the 2018 NCAA Division III Championships.

Sophomore Sydney Ball, who earned All-PAC First Team honors, and junior Maddie Leya, who claimed All-PAC Second Team honors, were named to this year’s Watch List.


W&J Men No. 1

The Washington & Jefferson men’s team earned the No. 1 spot in their poll.

The Presidents finished with 48 points edged out Grove City (39) and Saint Vincent (38).

Saint Vincent players named to the watch list were: senior Jimmy Dolan, junior Brendan Shaughnessy and senior Nate Yackovich.

Sophomore Garrett Barilar, junior Jake Darr and junior Daniel Velasco headline W&J’s picks.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at or via Twitter @Schofield_Trib.

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