Garret Kerr (Middle Township) became the first men’s basketball player in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference to earn the Player of the Week honor three times in one season.

The University of the Sciences sophomore forward recorded his 12th double-double of the season with 31 points and 10 rebounds in an 85-73 win over Felician on Jan. 26. Kerr made 11-of-17 shots from the field and was 9-of-11 from the free-throw line.

In a 76-74 overtime win over Goldey Beacom on Jan. 29, Kerr tied his career-high with 32 points and 12 rebounds.

On Monday, he set a career-high with 33 points and grabbed 12 boards for his 14th double-double (the most in the NCAA Division II) this year. He also had five assists, three steals and a blocked shot in the 90-74 win over Washington Adventist Univer-sity.

Lucas Levenson (Atlantic City) hit all four of his foul shot attempts, grabbed five rebounds and had an assist in Drew University’s 74-66 loss to Susquehanna University. He scored nine points in his second start in a 76-67 victory against Haverford College. He also scored six points, grabbed five rebounds and had an assist and a blocked shot in Drew University’s 81-61 loss to Moravian College. ... Freshman Matt Bosch (Ocean City) scored eight points and had five rebounds in Moravian College’s 82-55 win over Goucher College. ... Hartwick College’s Ryan Gill (Ocean City) was named to the Empire 8 President’s list for both academic and athletic achievement. ... Frank Champion (Mainland Regional) led Gwynedd Mercy with 14 points in a 55-53 win against Immac-ulata University. Six days later, Champion scored a game-high 29 points and pulled down eight boards in a 73-67 double overtime win over the conference foe, Immaculata. ... Kean’s Mike Shaughnessy (Mainland Regional) had seven points, seven rebounds, five assists and a blocked shot in a 61-51 loss to Rutgers-Camden.

Women’s basketball

Bria Hill (Atlantic City) scored 16 points in Rowan’s 75-47 loss to Kean University. Shay Collins (Atlantic City) had eight assists and six steals for Kean. Hill also scored 12 points for the Profs in a 68-26 loss to Ramapo. ... Emily Duggan (Ocean City) scored six points and collected 11 rebounds in Gettysburg College’s 47-40 loss to Johns Hopkins. ... Jade Howard (St. Joseph) finished with 13 points and nine rebounds and in Rutgers-Newark 71-51 loss to The College of New Jersey. ... Sophomore guard Loretta Kelly (Wildwood) set a career-high with seven assists in Rutgers-Camden’s 67-48 victory over Kean University. She added 10 points and six rebounds in a 61-51 win over Wesley.


Third-ranked Brian Brod-erick (Southern Regional) won with a 14-0 major decision at 184-pounds. That win made Broderick 10-0 in dual meets this season and gave The College of New Jersey a 17-14 advantage as it went on to beat Springfield College 24-17.

Men’s indoor track

Tom McLaughlin (Egg Harbor Township) was a part of Rider’s winning 4x800-meter relay team at the Six-Way meet hosted by Army. The team won with an IC4A-qualifying time of 7 minutes, 53.8 seconds Jan. 12. McLaughlin finished 70th among 200, with a personal-best 4:23.68 at the Boston University Terrier Invitational on Jan. 26.

Monmouth’s Ford Palmer (Absegami), the Northeast Conference’s Men’s Track Athlete of the Week, finished second among 176 runners in the mile in 4:01.90 at the Terrier Invitational.

Women’s indoor track

Ramapo’s Brianna Spring-steadah (Millville) was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week after finishing 22nd in the distance medley relay at the New York Armory Collegiate Invitational and breaking Ramapo’s school-record by nine seconds in 12:42.45, a ECAC qualifying time.

Amanda Eller (Millville) of Monmouth was named the Women’s Northeast Confer-ence Track Athlete of the Week for her second-place finish in 2:10.79 in the 800 meter. This was her first time running the 800 meter this season and her time is currently the fastest in the conference. ... Lisa Jones (Oakcrest) was a part of Rowan’s second-place 4x400-meter relay team (4:20.76) at the Frank Colden Invitational. Jones and Priscila Antuna (Southern Regional) were on the second-place 4x800-meter relay team (10:27.38).

Men’s swimming

Mike Demarest (Absegami) was on the Rowan’s winning 400 freestyle relay team in 3:25 as the Profs beat Ramapo 142-106. Teammate Brad Hawkins (Cumberland Regional) finished second (56.79) in the 100 backstroke.

Ben Cain (Holy Spirit) took second in the 50 free (23.40) for Rowan.

Women’s swimming

Teresa Stearns (Holy Spirit) was on Rowan’s winning 200 medley relay team in 1:56.50 as the Profs beat Ramapo 163-98.

She was also third (25.66) in the 50 free.