UPJ women get first win
Vienna, W.Va. – Jackie Becerra scored the lone goal of the match early in the second half to lead Pitt-Johnstown to a 1-0 nonconference victory over Ohio Valley Wednesday afternoon.
Coach Rachel Smith earned her first career victory and the Lady Cats improved to 1-15-0.
Becerra finished a header from Karley Staffen’s corner kick three minutes into the second half.
Timi Shiock made one save and earned the win in goal for Pitt-Johnstown.
The Lady Cats will celebrate Senior Day and close out the season with a PSAC match against Seton Hill on Saturday at
2:30 p.m. at the Pitt-Johnstown Soccer Field.
UPJ picked 8th, IUP 3rd
The Pitt-Johnstown women’s basketball team is picked to finish eighth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Western Division this season.
With six key returnees, IUP is tabbed to finish third. IUP junior Lindsay Stamp took preseason All-PSAC West honors.
The 2013-14 PSAC preseason basketball poll was released on Wednesday. UPJ and Seton Hill are first-year members of the conference.
Millersville University (East) and Gannon (West) have been picked to win their respective divisions according to a PSAC women’s basketball preseason poll conducted among league coaches.
SFU’s Williams up for award
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – St. Francis senior forward Alli Williams is among 30 candidates for the 2013-14 women’s basketball Senior CLASS Award. Student-athletes eligible for the award must be an NCAA Division I senior while excelling in four areas – community, classroom, character and competition.
An Altoona native and Bishop Guilfoyle graduate, Williams led the Red Flash in scoring, rebounding, and steals in 2012-13, and was fourth in the nation in double-doubles with 24.
Off the court, Williams is pursuing a degree in occupational therapy and last year she was named a Capital One Academic All-America candidate.
The Senior CLASS Award winners will be announced during the 2014 NCAA Men’s Final Four and NCAA Women’s Final Four.