Pa. college awaits answers as it mourns coach

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Members of the Seton Hill University's women's lacrosse team attend a memorial mass in St. Joseph Chapel on  the school's  Greensburg, Pa., campus Sunday, March 17, 2013. Women's lacrosse coach Kristina Quigley and the tour bus driver were killed when their tour bus carrying three coaches and members of the lacrosse team when the bus crashed at about 9 a.m., turnpike spokeswoman Renee Colborn said. It's not clear what caused the crash, but state police were investigating, said Megan Silverstram of the Cumberland County public safety department. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — At least one player from a Pennsylvania women's college lacrosse team remains hospitalized as police search for answers to why the team bus veered off the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

The Saturday morning crash killed 30-year-old Seton Hill University coach Kristina Quigley, her unborn child and the bus driver.

Seton Hill player Amanda Michalski remained hospitalized Monday. A Penn State-Hershey Medical Center spokeswoman says Michalski is in fair condition.

Twenty-three players and coaches were aboard the bus when it crashed on the way to a game at Millersville University.

Quigley was about six-months pregnant. She died of her injuries at a hospital. The bus driver, 61-year-old Anthony Guaetta of Johnstown, died at the scene.

Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Rob Hicks says it will be weeks before police determine why the bus crashed.

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