GREENSBURG (KDKA) — It was a painful decision today for the Seton Hill University women’s lacrosse team.

They canceled the rest of their season in the wake of their coach’s death.

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Students are hoping to keep Kristina Quigley’s memory alive by selling with bracelets and tee-shirts to support a scholarship fund in her name.

Students say they understand the team needs to heal.

“It’s up to them, I mean I’m not disappointed at all,” said Tyler Zimmer, a junior. “I’m glad their home safe and recovering mentally and emotionally.”

Quigley and her unborn child died last month when the team’s bus crashed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

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The 61-year-old bus driver was also killed.

In a statement, the school said it’s canceling the rest of the season because of great care and concern for the physical health and emotional well-being of the students.

Investigators have determined the driver was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but the cause remains under investigation.

A memorial remains at the field where the lacrosse team played.

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David Highfield