Westmoreland campus clippings: Norwin grad Emily Brozeski wins Atlantic 10 title

Emily Brozeski received the heptathlon in file style Sunday on the Atlantic 10 Monitor and Subject Championships in Richmond, Va.

The Duquesne sophomore and Norwin graduate captured gold with a school-record 5,122 factors, posting first-place finishes within the 100- and 200-meter dashes and lengthy soar.

She took second within the shot put and 800-meter run.

Brozeski additionally helped the 400-meter relay to a fourth-place end (47.76 seconds).

Duquesne completed ninth within the staff standings.

Girls’s observe and subject

Cal (Pa.): Junior Malia Anderson (Greensburg Salem) took third within the 800-meter run on the WVU Final Probability Meet with a time of two minutes, 13.21 seconds. Her time is the quickest within the PSAC by greater than a second.

Seton Hill: Freshman Keelin Becker was named the PSAC Athlete of the Week. She received the triple soar on the WVU Final Probability meet with a personal-best mark 11.4 meters.

Waynesburg: Freshman Megan Barry (Norwin) completed fourth within the javelin on the WVU Final Probability Meet. She threw 32.29 meters.

Males’s observe and subject

Allegheny: Maybe the one factor higher for Jake Boord (Hempfield) than profitable a convention title was profitable two convention titles.

The sophomore at Allegheny made it a repeat championship within the javelin on the North Coast Athletic Convention Championships in Oberlin, Ohio. He threw 53.09 meters, the sixth-best mark within the nation.

Duquesne: Junior Matt Busche (Franklin Regional) ran a leg of the third-place 1,600-meter relay on the Atlantic 10 Championships, and in addition took fourth within the 800.

The relay’s time was 3:17.22, whereas he completed the 800 in 55.09 seconds.

Girls’s tennis

Pitt-Greensburg: For the primary time in program historical past, the Bobcats (15-4) will play within the NCAA Division III Match. They’ll open in opposition to Denison Thursday in Cleveland.

Males’s golf

Cal (Pa.): Sophomore Aidan Bushey (Derry) has performed in three tournaments and has averaged 79.9 strokes per spherical.

With a 13-over 227 complete, he tied for 57th on the 54-hole West Liberty Invitational.

Gannon: Freshman Michael Wareham (Franklin Regional) posted rounds of 75, 75 and 74 for an 8-over complete of 224 and a tied for thirty fourth on the NCAA Division II Atlantic/East Regional.

Penn State Altoona: Freshmen Logan Divald (Norwin) and Nathan Graham (Norwin) will be part of their teammates within the NCAA Division III nationwide championship Tuesday by means of Friday at Mission Inn Resort and Membership in Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla.

Divald is the second-leading scorer for the Lions with a 78.8 common in six rounds this spring. Graham averaged 83.17 over six rounds.

Pitt-Johnstown: Sophomore Mario Battaglia (Latrobe) shot 11-over 227 over three rounds to complete tied for forty ninth on the NCAA Division II Atlantic/East Regional in Victor, N.Y.

Freshman Sal Cerilli (Norwin) got here in tied for 61st (230). UPJ took sixth as a staff.

Males’s lacrosse

Saint Vincent: With a second-half rally, the Bearcats topped Westminster, 10-7, within the PAC semifinals to succeed in the title match.

Grad pupil Tyler Condrasky (Norwin) had three targets and an help, and junior Jordan Billet added three factors to guide SVC.

Senior goalie Noah Sperling made 11 saves within the win.

The Bearcats (13-2) misplaced within the title match to Grove Metropolis, 17-4. Junior Andrew Coholich had two targets within the loss.

Seton Hill: Quite a few gamers have been lauded for his or her play this season for convention champion Seton Hill.

Grad pupil Thomas Hanulak and redshirt senior Zack Estabrooks have been named to the All-Nice Midwest Athletic Convention First Group, whereas second-team honors went to grad pupil McGarity Harper, senior Jeremy Sforzo, senior Christian Krauch, freshman Holden Charboneau, senior Logan Grey, junior Kage Williams and senior Josh Miller.

The Griffins (12-6) received the G-MAC title with a 14-10 win over Mercyhurst. Estabrooks had 4 targets, whereas Harper and junior Layne Harich scored three apiece within the win. Redshirt junior goalkeeper Kevin Mo made 18 stops.

The Griffins and Lakers have met in 5 straight G-MAC finals. Seton Hill additionally received convention titles in 2017 and ‘18.

Seton Hill discovered Sunday night time it earned a bid to its fourth straight NCAA Division II Match and would be the No. 5 seed within the North Area. The Griffins will journey to tackle No. 4 Mercyhurst (11-4) Wednesday.

Girls’s lacrosse

Saint Vincent: The Bearcats’ season got here to finish within the PAC semifinals with an 18-6 loss to Washington & Jefferson.

Sophomore Maggie Edwards (Norwin) had two targets within the loss, whereas senior Joey Smith had one aim, giving her 53 for the season, together with 60 assists and 113 factors.

Her 227 factors rank third all-time at SVC.

Sophomore Hannah-Marie Starner completed the season with 131 draw controls, a staff file.

Seton Hill: A rematch awaits the Griffins within the subsequent spherical of the postseason. Seton Hill (14-4) will face West Chester (16-2) within the NCAA Atlantic Regional Match. Will probably be the Griffins’ third straight NCAA journey.

West Chester beat the Griffins, 17-8, within the PSAC semifinals.

The highest 4 Atlantic Area seeds are East Stroudsburg (1), West Chester (2), Seton Hill (3) and Mercyhurst (4).

Washington & Jefferson: Senior midfielder Becca Ghion (Yough) had a aim, an help and 4 draw controls because the Presidents defeated Saint Vincent, 18-6, within the PAC semifinals. She added two extra scores within the convention championship when the Presidents beat Grove Metropolis, 13-5.

W&J has received 11 video games in a row.

Invoice Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Overview employees author. You’ll be able to contact Invoice by electronic mail at bbeckner@triblive.com or through Twitter .

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