Alumni Update - Evan Hangliter (Grove City)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

ALLISON PARK, Pa. -- The Grove City College men's golf team won its second invitational title of the week Tuesday afternoon by taking the top spot at the La Roche Invitational, held at Wildwood Country Club.

The Wolverines recorded a team score of 307, good for a nine-shot margin of victory over runner-up Saint Vincent.

Freshman Evan Hangliter, a Seneca Valley graduate, earned medalist honors by shooting a 74. He earned medalist via tiebreaker over Saint Vincent's Jake Reed, who also carded a 74.



Alumni Update - Abbie Trzeciak (Duquesne)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

The Duquesne volleyball team fell to Saint Louis 3-1 on Sunday afternoon at the Palumbo Center.Trzeciak Duq


Madelynn Burnham and Abbie Trzeciak led the Dukes with 12 kills,

Trzeciak, a Seneca Valley graduate, led Duquesne with five blocks.


(photo courtesy of Duquesne University)


Photo Journal: Boys Soccer WPIAL AAA Sec. 2 - Seneca Valley at North Allegheny (Sept. 26)

Written by Marilyn Schwilm on .

The first and second place teams in WPIAL AAA, Sec. 2 boys soccer played Saturday, September 26, 2015 at North Allegheny High School.  Seneca Valley and North Allegheny played relentlessly in this high powered match, with North Allegheny prevailing by scoring one goal in the first half by Josh Lucchini.

Photos by Marilyn C. Schwilm, Tri-State Sports & News Service

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Girls Volleyball: Talented Seneca Valley ready for section

Written by Ken Wunderley on .

Ken Wunderley profiles the Seneca Valley girls volleyball team. Read his story below.

Karen Martini entered her ninth season as Seneca Valley girls volleyball coach with quite a resume.

Martini has led the Raiders to seven WPIAL playoff appearances in eight years, including a championship in 2011, two silver medal performances in 2009 and 2010, and three other semifinal appearances.

Seneca Valley placed third in the WPIAL last season. The Raiders dropped a heartbreaking, 3-2 decision to eventual WPIAL champion Baldwin in the semifinal, then rallied to place third with a 3-2 win against Mt. Lebanon in the battle for third place.

All but two starters are back from that squad.


Boys Soccer: Defense key to Seneca Valley's quick start

Written by Marky Billson on .

Marky Billson profiles the Seneca Valley boys soccer team.

"As the WPIAL boys soccer regular season approaches the quarter mark, one notable feat stands out concerning Seneca Valley.

The Raiders have allowed just one goal after Shaler scored Tuesday in a 3-1 Seneca Valley win. The Raiders improved to 3-0-1 overall, 2-0-1 in Class AAA Section 2.

This defensive success has occurred despite losing last year's starting goalkeeper and three other starters on defense.

Yes, 21-year head coach George Williams is humble about his defense. For instance, he'll tell you there have been a few opposing shots that have hit the goal post."