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Baseball: 2016 Major League Update - Derek Law (Seton-LaSalle)

Written by John Perrotto on .

Derek Law has had a fine rookie season as a right-handed reliever for the San Francisco Giants.

The Seton-LaSalle High School graduate is 3-1 with one save and a 3.10 ERA in 29 games since making his major league debut April 15 against the Dodgers at Los Angeles. In 29 innings, he has allowed 28 hits while striking out 29 and walking just four.

However, Law's biggest moment wasn't making his debut at Dodger Stadium, notching his first win May 7 against the Colorado Rockies or recording his first save June 13 against the Milwaukee Brewers.

It came when he pitched two scoreless innings June 22 to get credit for the win against the Pirates at PNC Park.

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Alumni Update - Alessandra Nicholas (Seton Hill)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Seton Hill senior Alessandra Nicholas has been selected to compete in the 2016 Division II North/South Senior All-Star game on June 4Nicholas SHU at Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa. The teams were announced by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) on Friday.

Nicholas, a Seton-LaSalle graduate, will be Seton Hill's fifth All-Star game participant joining Emma Simmers who played last year. Morgan Cain, Nadine Wallace and Amanda Lee also played in the game.

She'll be part of a South team that is made up of 21 seniors from 15 different schools in the region. The squad will be coached by Julia Decker from Fort Lewis College.

Nicholas finished her senior season as the second leading goal scorer. She finished the season with 33 goals.  Ali added 12 assists, 41 draw controls, 29 ground balls and 20 caused turnovers. Nicholas finished her career with 73 goals and 32 assists.  Ali was a second team All PSAC second team selection in 2015.

 

(photo courtesy of Seton Hill University)

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Track: Seton-LaSalle’s Rutherford medals twice at PIAA championships

Written by Brad Everett on .

Placing in the top four in three events at the WPIAL Class AA championships said a lot about Raja Rutherford's athletic ability.

Medaling twice at the PIAA championships said even more.

Rutherford, a Seton-LaSalle senior, found herself on the medal stand twice at last week's PIAA championships at Shippensburg University. Rutherford placed third in the long jump and sixth in the 200-meter dash.

Rutherford's long jump of 18 feet, 8 ¾ inches placed her only behind Athens' Breana Gambrell (19-3 ¾) and Annville-Cleona's Reagan Hess (19-1). In the 200, Rutherford posted a time of 25.55 seconds. Girard College freshman Thelma Davies won in a meet-record time of 23.85. Burrell's Nikki Scherer (24.42) was the runner-up and Avonworth's Hunter Robinson (24.48) placed third. Rutherford also competed in the 100, but did not qualify for the finals.

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Alumni Update - David Boehme (Penn State-Behrend)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Penn State Behrend baseball team lost to La Roche 4-2 in game two of the AlleghenyBoehme PSUB Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Championship Sunday afternoon.

The Redhawks (36-9) scored two runs to break a 2-all tie in the bottom of the seventh inning to regain the lead and kept that lead to secure the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

For the Lions (29-16), David Boehme, a Seton-LaSalle, paced the team with two hits and six others recorded a hit to total seven for the game.

 

(photo courtesy of Penn State-Behrend)

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Photo Journal: Softball - Seton-LaSalle 3, South Allegheny 2 (May 3)

Written by Marilyn Schwilm on .

 

South Allegheny travels to Seton-LaSalle for a WPIAL AA, section 4 softball game, Tuesday, May 3, 2016. Both teams are guaranteed playoff spots. Finals score of this close match, Seton-LaSalle 3, South Allegheny 2.

click here to view video highlights of the game

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

 

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