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Basketball: Pitt-Johnstown has a nice combo with Seton-LaSalle grads

Written by Bill Brink on .

Bill Brink profiles Seton-LaSalle graduates Dale Clancy and Levi Masua, who are now standout basketball players at Pitt-Johnstown.

"This wasn't the plan, not exactly anyway. Dale Clancy and Levi Masua didn't huddle up and pick a school. That's just how it went down.

They were close friends after their basketball career at Seton-LaSalle culminated in a WPIAL title and an appearance in the PIAA title game in 2014. They took their official visit together, too, but even then they made their decisions separately.

"It just kind of happened," Masua said of their decision to play for Pitt-Johnstown.

Two players from Class 2A (which was Seton-LaSalle's classification when Clancy and Masua won the WPIAL championship in 2014) going to the same competitive Division II school isn't all that common. Now both juniors, Clancy is the point guard for the team that was averaging the second-most assists per game in Division II and Masua has worked his way into a productive player off the bench."

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Alumni Update - Dale Clancy (Pitt-Johnstown)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Pitt-Johnstown ran out to an early double-digit lead and built a 22-point halftime advantage, then held on for an 86-77 PSAC WesternClancy PJU Division victory at Edinboro University on Friday.  

 

Dale Clancy had 20 points for the Mountain Cats, who improved to 9-5 overall and evened its record in conference-play at 4-4.

The Mountain Cats started fast and hit five of their first six shots to jump out to a 12-point lead four minutes into the game.

 

Clancy, a Seton-LaSalle graduate, scored eight of his 15 first half points.

(photo courtesy of University of Pitt - Joohnstown)

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Alumni Update - Angela Heintz (Mercyhurst)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

ERIE, Pa. -- Angela Heintz, a Seton-LaSalle graduate, finished with a triple-double, compiling 20 points, 13 assistsHeintz Mercyhurst and 12 rebounds, to lead the Mercyhurst women's basketball team to a 79-54 victory over Slippery Rock during Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference play on Tuesday at the Mercyhurst Athletic Center.


With the win, the Lakers stretched their winning streak to seven games.

 

(photo courtesy of Mercyhurst University)

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Photo Journal: Boys Basketball - Seton-LaSalle vs. Montour (Dec.28)

Written by Marilyn Schwilm on .

Seton-LaSalle and Montour met in the Montour Showcase, Wednesday, December 28. Montour came out blazing and did not let up even though Seton-LaSalle made a valiant effort.  Montour scored in triple digits that night winning 108-70.

click here to see video highlights of the game

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

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Alumni Update - Natalie Piaggesi (Mercyhurst)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

 

Natalie Piaggesi totaled 47 points and 12 rebounds over the weekend as Mercyhurst improved to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in the PSAC...22Piaggesi Mercyhurst points,5 rebounds in win against Bloomsburg and 25 points, 7 rebounds, 5 blocked shots and five assists versus East Stroudsburg...shot .688 from the field (22-32).

 

The Seton-LaSalle graduate earned PSAC Western Division Athlete of the Week.

 

(photo courtesy of Mercyhurst University)