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PSU-DuBois Women’s Hoops; Head Coach Pat Lewis Win 150th Game

Pat Lewis (second row far left) and Penn-St. DuBois won their 150th game as a program Sunday. Photo courtesy of Pat Lewis

DUBOIS, Pa. – Shannon Shaw hit six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 22 points to help Penn St.-DuBois to the 150th win in school history and also the 150th win of head coach Pat Lewis’ collegiate career with an 84-36 victory over visiting Penn St.-Scranton Sunday afternoon at the PAW Center.

Also for Lewis’ squad, Clarion-Limestone graduate Frances Milliron added 17 points and six assists and Tara Leamer chipped in 12 points and 11 rebounds.

In addition, Clearfield grad Megan Durandetta added 10 points and Sarah Huston had 12 tallies.

Jasmine Bener led PSU-Scranton with 12 points off the bench.

Combined with his high school coaching career at Cameron County, Lewis now has 430 career wins as a head coach (280 in 24 high school seasons and 150 in college). He became the program’s first head coach at PSU-DuBois in 2007-08 and is in his 14th year of on-court coaching and 15th as head coach (there was no 2021 season due to COVID-19).

After the win, PSU-DuBois, which is assisted by former Cranberry girls and Titusville and DuBois boys head coach Scott Creighton, who also spent time as the assistant coach at Clarion University and Oregon St.,  is 5-8 on the season.


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