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Alumni Update George DeAugustino (Grove City)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Three Grove City College fall student-athletes have been honored by the Presidents' Athletic Conference asDeAugustino GC Players of the Week in their respective sports for games played from October 6-12, as announced by the conference office Monday afternoon.


Senior Caroline McGuire (Shorewood, Wis./Dominican) was named the conference's Women's Tennis Player of the Week while junior Seth Loew (Center Valley, Pa./Southern Lehigh) and senior George DeAugustino were named Men's Soccer Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively.


DeAugustino, a Seneca Valley graduate, led the Wolverine defense to a pair of conference shutout wins and also registered his second goal of the season in Grove City's 9-0 victory over Thiel. The Wolverines held their opponents to just 12 total shots in the two matches, including just two on goal.
 

 

(photo courtesy of Grove City College)

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Girls Volleyball: Seneca Valley places second at State College Invitational

Written by Ken Wunderley on .

Seneca Valley finished second in the 16-team State College Invitational, held Oct. 11. The Raiders lost to Parkland, 25-20, 25-15, in the title match. Freeport and Pine-Richland were also in the tournament.

State College Little Lion Invitational

GOLD PLAYOFFS
Finals:
Parkland def. Seneca Valley 25-20, 25-15

Semifinals:
Parkland def. State College 25-8;
Seneca Valley def. Cumberland Valley 25-22

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Boys Soccer: Seneca Valley's style downright offensive

Written by Nicholas Tolomeo on .

Nicholas Tolomeo profiles the Seneca Valley boys soccer team.

"Ever since the current group of Seneca Valley varsity boys soccer players were in seventh and eighth grade, it was evident that this was a group that liked to attack.

That mentality and playing style has not changed.

"We have a group that likes to go forward," Raiders coach George Williams said. "They liked to go forward even back in seventh and eighth grade. It has been very interesting to see them mature and come up through the program. They have remained consistent."

Well aware of his group's tendency, Williams implemented a 4-3-3 formation this year with three forwards."