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GREENSBURG, PA – The Seton Hill University women’s tennis team clinched the American Mideast Conference North Division title in 2004, the program and the school’s first title since joining the American Mideast Conference. The conference crown was just a feather in the cap for the Griffins as the accolades have continued to roll in since the end of the season.

The women’s team was honored last week by being tabbed one of just sixteen NAIA teams across the nation as a 2004 NAIA Women’s Tennis Scholar Team. The Griffins posted a 3.34 overall team GPA for the top five players.

Those top five players that carried SHU to an undefeated 5-0 conference mark are freshman Candace Bungo (Indiana, PA/Indiana HS), junior Marina Galiot (Belgrade, Yugoslavia), sophomore Adrienne Fischer (Monroeville, PA/Gateway HS), junior Ashley Harrold (Greensburg, PA/Greensburg Salem HS), and junior Jessica Hamilton (Cranberry, PA/Seneca Valley HS).

Of these five, Galiot, Harrold and Bungo were All-AMC North Division selections, while second year head coach Tim Creamer was honored as AMC North Coach of the Year.

Junior Jessica Hamilton was also named an NAIA Women’s Tennis All-American Scholar Athlete, posting a 3.87 overall GPA as a History major. Hamilton also gained All-American Scholar Athlete status in soccer in 2003.

Seton Hill finished the 2004 season with a 6-6 overall record, falling to Walsh University in the semifinals of the AMC / Region IX Tournament.

For more information regarding Seton Hill Tennis, please contact Head Coach Tim Creamer at 724-830-1872 or, or Sports Information Director Marc Marizzaldi at 724-830-1169 or