Seton Hill University’s women’s basketball team is in a strong position as the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) tournament in Charleston, W.Va., approaches next week. The Griffins stand at 20-6 and head coach Ferne Labati just celebrated her 500th win on February 20.

Of the 16 schools in the WVIAC Conference, Seton Hill University is currently ranked second, trailing West Virginia Wesleyan College.

Seton Hill faces Fairmont State University on Saturday, February 27, for a 2 p.m. game at the Joe Retton Arena in Fairmont, W.Va.

The 2009-10 Seton Hill University women’s basketball team includes Clare Berenato of Pittsburgh, Pa., Jaleesa Beverly of Youngstown, Ohio, Jordan Burkes of Coraopolis, Pa., Jill Emberg of Cowansville, Pa., Orit Farchi of Petakh Tikva, Israel, Erika Haitz of North Huntingdon, Pa., Joelle Hill of New York, N.Y., Katie Litner of Johnstown, Pa., Laura McCarthy of Clinton, Pa., Ryenn Micaletti of New Castle, Pa., Lindsy Muchnock of Latrobe, Pa., Anne Marie Olesky of Greensburg, Pa., Jenna Petrini of Irwin, Pa., Joya Whiltington of Carbondale, Pa., and Katherine Ziemke of Germantown, Md. The team is lead by head coach Ferne Labati and assistant coaches Tony Grenek and Courtney Callas.