Alumni Update - Megan Sieg (Chatham)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

BETHANY, W. Va. –The Chatham University women's basketball team traveled to Bethany, W. Va. toMSieg Chatham take on the Bethany College Bison.


The Cougars beat the Bison 64-55. The Cougars are now 9-12 overall and 5-9 PAC.


The Sieg sisters led the Cougars to victory this Saturday. Together they scored 30 of the 64 Chatham points.

Sophomore Megan Sieg, a Serra Catholic graduate, finished the game with 19 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals.


(photo courtesy of Chatham College)


Basketball: Serra Catholic alum married to his job

Written by Joe Bendel on .

Joe Bendel profiles Serra Catholic graduate Marc Rozanski, who is now a college basketball coach.

"A combination of timing, serendipity and a progressive head coach launched Marc and Cassi Rozanski directly into college basketball's spotlight.

You can call them the First Couple of Division I hoops.

"It's different, for sure" said Marc Rozanski, a 2008 Serra Catholic High School graduate. "This is definitely something you don't see often."

Marc and Cassi are husband and wife, married this past June. They are also staff members for the men's team at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley."



Hockey: Eagles playing well in run-up to postseason

Written by Keith Barnes on .

With four games remaining Serra Catholic has already clinched a playoff spot and can go no higher than fourth place in the Eastern Conference.


To stay there, the Eagles (8-9-1) will have to tread lightly and perhaps come up with an upset or two as they head down the stretch.


Serra Catholic will begin its run to the postseasontonightwhen it hosts third-place Freeport (13-4-0), which can move past Bishop McCort (13-4-2) and into second point, within one point of first place Franklin Regional. The Eagles are 2-0-1 in their last three games and have won their last two despite just one assist from PIHL leading scorer Roman Kraemer, who needs two goals to reach 50.


Alumni Update - Katelyn Sieg (Chatham)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

PITTSBURGH, PA. - The Chatham University Women's Basketball team hosted the Presidents ofKSieg Chatham Washington and Jefferson College.

The Cougars were defeated by the Presidents 84-60. Chatham is now 8-11 overall and 4-8 in PAC.

Three Cougars scored double figures tonight. First year Katelyn Sieg, a Serra Catholic graduate, finished with 12 points.


(photo courtesy of Chatham College)


Alumni Update - Danielle Dindak (Westminster)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Westminster College women's basketball team lost, 68-46, at Chatham UniversityDindak Westminster in a Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) matchup on Saturday.

Westminster's offense was led by sophomore Danielle Dindak, a Serra Catholic graduate, who scored 14 points, tying the second most for her this season.


(photo courtesy of Westminster College)