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Alumni Update - Rachel Skon (Waynesburg)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

GREENVILLE, Pa. – The Waynesburg University softball team saw three of its own honored on the All-Presidents'Skon Waynesburg Athletic Conference (PAC) Softball teams, which were released on Monday afternoon. Sophomore first baseman Alex Lawrence and freshman infielder Ashley Dubovich were given the nod as second-team honorees, while freshman Rachel Skon was lauded as an honorable mention pick.

Like Dubovich, Skon, a Brashear graduate, was utilized in multiple spots around the field by head coach Richele Hall, although she spent most of her starts behind home plate. Skon hit .298 with 34 hits, which were the second-most on the team. Her 18 RBI also ranked behind only Lawrence, while her five-for-five effort in stolen bases were second-best on the squad.

 

(photo courtesy of Waynesburg University)

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Alumni Update - Regis Sauer (La Roche)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

ERIE, Pa. -- The La Roche Baseball team finished just one win short of a perfect AMCC season after splitting with Penn StateSauer LRC Behrend on Saturday.

 

The Redhawks clinched the AMCC Regular Season and will host the conference tournament.

 

In game one, Regis Sauer, a Brashear graduate,


Sauer pitched a complete game, allowing two runs on seven hits, while walking two and striking out two to improve to 8-0. 

 

(photo courtesy of La Roche College)

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Alumni Update - Kelly Flaherty (Saint Vincent)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

LATROBE, Pa. - Kelly Flaherty, a Brashear graduate, connected for a walk-off single in game two to lift the BearcatsFlaherty SVC to a split with Westminster College, who entered the day unbeaten in Presidents' Athletic Conference play.

The visiting Titans captured game one by a 7-2 margin before the Bearcats earned the 2-1 victory in the nightcap.

 

(photo courtesy of Saint Vincent College)

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Baseball: Brashear already matches win total from last season

Written by Brad Everett on .

Brashear won two games all of last season and didn't pick up that second win until the final game.

It took the Bulls only two games to match that win total this season.

Brashear beat Geibel Catholic and Obama Academy on consecutive days to begin the regular season, and even after a loss at South Allegheny, the Bulls beginning April with a 2-1 record is a much-welcomed development.

The opening two wins were both of the lopsided variety. Brashear beat Geibel, 15-0, and Obama, 12-11. The Bulls then dropped a 4-2 decision to South Allegheny. 

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Alumni Update - Jacob Davis (Saint Vincent)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

The SVC men's swimming team lost at home to the University of Mount Union by a score of 151-110 in a non-Davis SVCconference meet.

Sophomore Jacob Davis, a Brashear graduate, once again put together a great performance against the Purple Raiders. Davis started the meet with win in the 200 Free with a time of 1:47.48.

The sophomore then took top honors in the 50 Free, clocking in at 22.16. Sweeping his individual performances, he won the 100 Free with a time of 48.47.

Davis earned PAC Swimmer/Diver of the Week for his performance.

 

(photo courtesy of Saint Vincent College)