Davis sets new school scoring mark
Bellwood-Antis graduate Nathan Davis set a new career scoring high and set a new school record for Seton Hill, scoring 39 points and grabbing nine rebounds in a recent win over Lincoln.
Davis was 13-of-19 from the field, including a 10-of-13 mark from three-point range and 3-of-4 at the free throw line. Davis is averging 21 points and 6.2 rebounds this season. Seton Hill is back in action this Saturday at Shippensburg starting at 3 p.m.
Getz named all-conference
Tyrone graduate Nick Getz was recently named to the First Team All-Presidents Athletic Conference team for his efforts this season with the Washington and Jefferson football team.
A sophomore starting linebacker, Getz was a part of the fifth ranked scoring defense in the conference, allowing 21.7 points per game. He ended the season with a career-high 66 tackles along with an interception and a forced fumble. Getz led the team with nine tackles in the President’s 54-13 loss to Centre College in the first round of the Division III playoffs.
White honored by Big Ten
UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State women’s volleyball junior libero Kendall White picked up her second Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honor of the season after her performances against No. 3 Minnesota and No. 8 Wisconsin in the final week of the regular season.
White averaged 5.3 digs per set over the weekend and was perfect in 58 passing attempts.
Against Minnesota, White scooped up 27 digs, adding three assists and an ace, while going 32-32 in passing attempts.
Against Wisconsin, she added 26 digs and two assists, while going 26-26 in the reception game. Her 26 digs per her at 503 for the season, giving her a new single-season career high, surpassing her 500 digs from her freshman year.
PSU nabs top class
UNIVERSITY PARK — The 2018 Penn State women’s track & field recruiting class has been ranked No. 1 by Track & Field News. The 18-member class is represented on a national and international level.
“It is a great honor for our women’s 2018 recruiting class to be ranked at the top of the list according to Track & Field News,” head coach John Gondak said. “Our coaches put a lot of effort into bringing outstanding student-athletes to Penn State and it is great to see them recognized for their efforts.”
According to Track & Field News, “No. 1 quartermiler Alexis Holmes (51.21 HSL for No. 7 on the all-time list, plus 23.46), No. 1 putter Payden Montana (51-0 HSL, plus 164-11), No. 3 hammerer Gianna Rao (189-1) & No. 4 long jumper Breana Gambrell (20-4¢/20-8¢w). And for good measure, top 20 discus thrower Piper Klinger (160-0) as the Penn Staters make only their second First 5 appearance ever (they were previously No. 4 in ’03).”
The Nittany Lions begin their 2019 season with the Bison Opener, hosted by Bucknell University, on Friday.
Herbert is Star of the Week
JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Tomahawks and the North American Hockey League announced Monday that Cam Hebert has been named East Division Star of the Week for the week ending Nov. 25, 2018.
Hebert netted eight points during the team’s home win against Maryland on Nov. 21 and also during a weekend sweep of the Northeast Generals, which extended the Tomahawks’ league-leading winning streak to 15 games.