Davis nails mark for Seton Hill
From Mirror reports
Noah Davis, a Bellwood-Antis graduate, scored his 1,000th career collegiate point recently for the Seton Hill men’s college basketball team.
Davis scored 18 points, had six rebounds and six assists in a 104-74 win over Edinboro. Nathan Davis, Noah’s brother and also a Bellwood graduate, scored 37 points in the game.
Nathan Davis made nine 3-pointers in the game, a Seton Hill record.
Noah Davis scored 21 points, and Nathan Davis scored 17 points in a 72-64 loss to Slippery Rock earlier in the season.
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Morgan Griffith, a Hollidaysburg graduate, became the third player in Shippensburg’s school history to achieve 1,000 rebounds and 1,000 points in a career on Monday night as the Shippensburg University women’s basketball team used a strong first half to sail past Mansfield, 75-47.
Griffith grabbed her sixth rebound of the game at the 5:55 mark of the third quarter to join Lauren Beckley (2,407 points, 1,151 rebounds) and Ashley Totedo (2,050 points, 1,489 rebounds) in the SU record books.
She becomes just the 23rd player in PSAC history to achieve the milestone. Griffith totaled 10 points and a game-high nine rebounds on Monday.
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Altoona graduate Lysa Mealing scored 12 points and had 18 rebounds for the Lock Haven women’s basketball team in a 64-61 overtime victory over Kutztown on Friday in college women’s basketball.
Mealing followed that by grabbing a game-high 13 rebounds for Lock Haven in a 66-47 loss to Mercyhurst.
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Ana Hollen, a Bellwood-Antis graduate, tied a career-high with 23 points for the IUP women’s basketball team in a 71-48 victory over Gannon.
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Hollidaysburg graduate Ashley McClain scored 23 points for the Chatham women’s basketball team in a 78-69 victory over Waynesburg. She also scored 23 points in a recent loss to Washington & Jefferson.
McClain leads all Division III women with a free-throw percentage of 94.9 percent.
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Selena Damiano finished second in both the shot put and weight throw for the Saint Francis track and field team at the Bucknell Tri-Meet. Williamsburg graduate Bryce England was second in the 3,000-meter run with a time of 4:24.37, and Northern Bedford graduate Blake Over was second in the long jump with a leap of 6.33 meters.
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