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The Penn State Behrend women's swim team on the AMCC medal stand

The Penn State Behrend women's swimming and diving team won its 10th Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference title on Feb. 11.

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ERIE, Pa. — The Penn State Behrend men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams won the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference championships, which were held at Junker Center. The men claimed their seventh-consecutive conference title, finishing 363 points ahead of Alfred State. The women won their third-straight title.

The campus' basketball, volleyball, track and tennis teams also were in action last week. Here are the highlights:

Men’s swimming and diving

First (of five teams) at the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference championships.

The Lions won four of the seven events on the final day of AMCC competition. Nick Roth, a senior from Pittsburgh, set team, pool, meet and open records in the 200 butterfly, finishing in 1:53.91.

Women’s swimming and diving

First (of six teams) at the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference championships.

Maryn Horn, a junior from Houston, set a pool record in the 100 freestyle, finishing in 53.25. She and teammates Gwendolyn Lowery, Abigail Witmer and Jessica Wyckoff won the 400 freestyle relay, setting meet, open and team records with a time of 3:40.36.

Men’s basketball

Penn State Behrend 63, La Roche 59

Penn State Behrend 78, Pitt-Bradford 51

Justin Gorny, a sophomore from South Park, scored a game-high 19 points against Pitt-Bradford. He also had five rebounds and three assists.

Women’s basketball

La Roche 71, Penn State Behrend 51

Pitt-Bradford 64, Penn State Behrend 50

Men’s track and field

Mitchell Obenrader, a senior from Fryburg, placed fifth in the shot put at the Tiffin Dragon Open. He threw a season-best 16.98 meters.

Women’s track and field

The Lions won the 4,000- and 400-meter relays at the Tiffin Dragon Open. The 4,000 team — Riley Crissman, Katelyn Hancock, Courtney Sargent and Jenna Shelton — finished in 13.04.69. The 400 team — Paige Allen, Ashlyn Carlsson, Gabriella Loeffler and Rachel Pell — finished in 4:09.84, more than two seconds faster than any other team.

Men’s volleyball

Medaille 3, Penn State Behrend 1

NYU 3, Penn State Behrend 1

New Paltz 3, Penn State Behrend 1

Derek Kuhn, a freshman from Baden, had a game-best 0.667 hitting percentage in the loss to Medaille. He scored nine kills on 12 attempts with just one error.

Men’s tennis

Baldwin Wallace 9, Penn State Behrend 0

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