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Alumni Update - Nick Riotto (Penn State)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Despite a career-best three-hit day for Nick Riotto, No. 23 Texas A&M fended off Penn State in non-conference baseballRiotto PSU action Sunday at Blue Bell Park.

Riotto, a Trinity graduate, went 3-for-4 for Penn State (0-6).

 


(photo courtesy of Penn State University)

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Alumni Update - Kevin Crooks (Allegheny)

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GRANVILLE, Ohio –A top-eight finish and a senior's send-off win highlighted the Allegheny men's swimming & diving squad's tenure at the 2015 North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Swimming & Diving Championships.

 

Senior Kevin Crooks had a strong final day at his last NCAC Championship, logging a first place finish in the B-Final of the 200 fly.  

 

Crooks, a Trinity graduate, hit the wall in 1:56.85, besting the second-place swimmer from DePauw by a half second to win the heat.  


Earlier in the night, Crooks finished third in the B-Final of the 200 back, posting a time of 1:57.42.

 

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Alumni Update - Josh Valentic (Allegheny)

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GAMBIER, OhioAllegheny held off a late-game rally by Kenyon to hold on for a 59-56 win over the Lords at the Tomsich Arena.Valentic AC

 

Nine different players found the scoresheet for the Gators, who improved to 10-9 overall, and 7-5 in the North Coast Athletic Conference, while avenging a heartbreaking 72-70 overtime loss to Kenyon six weeks earlier in the season's first meeting between the two teams.


Josh Valentic, a Trinity graduate, led both teams with 19 points.

 

(photo courtesy of Allegheny College)

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Hockey: Hillers enters break with win

Written by Ryan Riordan on .

Behind two late third-period goals by Nathan Hilzendeger, Trinity took down Central Valley, 5-3, in the teams’ last game before the holiday break.

Hilzendeger broke a 3-3 game with a short-handed goal with 4:39 remaining in the third period, then tallied a second short-handed goal with just over a minute to play to seal the game for Trinity.

With the win, the Hillers moved to 3-8-1 on the season, with two of the team’s three wins coming in the past nine days.

Aaron Cowden, who had a goal in the win over Central Valley, leads Trinity with eight goals and nine points.