Wrestling team offers free clinic for women in June

The wrestling team is continuing their climb to become a known name in the sport of wrestling. Last season, the team had two national qualifiers and their first national finalist in school history. This season, the Griffins sent five men to the national tournament and came home with another All-American. Do the math: seven national…

Women’s lacrosse advances to postseason

The Seton Hill women’s lacrosse team finished their season with some important PSAC wins under their belt, along with a few losses that impacted their playoff run. However, their “middle-of-the-pack” performance set them up nicely to make a run in the tournament. The Griffins played in the first round of the PSAC Tournament against Mercyhurst…

Seton Hill athletes grant wish to local teenager

At first it seemed like just a fundraiser for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, but 15-year-old Brady Hunker had no idea that Seton Hill University had a much larger surprise for him. Between the baseball team’s doubleheader on April 22, the SHU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) told Hunker that his wish to travel to Aruba was granted.…

Diltz advances to consolation semifinals in wrestling championships

UPDATE: After falling in the consolation finals, Alan Diltz finished in sixth place after forfeiting the fifth place match due to injury. Freshman Alan Diltz is the only Griffin remaining after day one of the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships in Birmingham, Ala. With two wins and one loss yesterday, Diltz advanced to the third consolation…

Relay for Life raises money at SHU basketball games

The Seton Hill University (SHU) Relay for Life organization raised $394 at Saturday’s basketball games against California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U). Students in Robert Zullo’s Strategic Leadership in Sports graduate class raised the money through a hospitality room, 50/50 raffles and donations. “I think the actual event was successful,” said Dilveer Chaggar, a student…

SHU promotes Relay for Life at tomorrow’s basketball games

Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Relay for Life organization is taking part in the men’s and women’s basketball games on Saturday, Feb. 11 against California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U). All attendees are encouraged to wear purple or pink to support the fight against cancer. Students in Robert Zullo’s Strategic Leadership in Sports graduate class have…