Rowan University running back Steve Hevalow (Absegami High School) tied the Profs' record for most rushing touchdowns in a single game with three in the 57-0 shutout over New Jersey Athletic Conference opponent Western Connecticut on Saturday.

Hevalow ran for 166 yards on 15 attempts.

Wide receiver Khalil Wallace (Millville) led Rowan with a career-high 141 receiving yards. His four catches included the first two touchdowns of his collegiate career. Wallace was named the NJAC Offensive Rookie of the Week in football.

Latest Video

Kicker Antonio Regalbuto (St. Joseph) made a 26-yard field goal for the Profs.

Josh Fredricks (St. Joseph) had two tackles in Widener's 41-21 win over Wilkes College. Fredricks also selected for the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-Region honors.

Women's soccer

Chestnut Hill College midfielder Carly DiGiovanni (Ocean City) was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Rookie of the Year and made the all-conference team. The freshman finished the regular season with 12 points (four goals and four assists). Most recently, she scored on a penalty kick with 4 minutes, 18 seconds remaining in a CACC tournament first-round win over Dominican College. Teammate and sophomore defender Amanda Botbyl (Oakcrest) was chosen for the all-conference second team.

Rowan's Marina Mangano (Middle Township) connected on a penalty kick as the Profs fell 4-2 in a shootout to William Paterson in the semifinal round of the NJAC tournament. Mangano shot third to put Rowan on the board 2-1, but the Pioneers were 4-for-4 to take the victory.

Erinn Wescoat (Egg Harbor Township) scored with just five seconds remaining to give Catawba a 3-2 win over Lincoln Memorial. Wescoat had two goals in the game.

Sophomore forward Alyssa Radetich (St. Joseph) scored for Chestnut Hill College in a 6-0 win over St. Thomas Aquinas College.

Men's soccer

Kean University freshman goalkeeper Tyler Callahan (Buena Regional) was named the NJAC Rookie of the Week for the third time this season after helping the Cougars win their first NJAC tournament championship since 1998. He had four saves while allowing just one goal in 109 minutes of play during Kean's 1-1 semifinal draw with William Paterson. He also had four saves in the 1-0 shutout win over the top seed TCNJ in the championship game. Callahan ranked third in save percentage (.829) in the NJAC.

Rutgers-Camden freshman Mitch Grotti (Millville) was named to the all-NJAC second team.


The Drexel University men's and women's squads combined to win the team point trophy at the Head of the Schuykill Regatta.

Kurt Linton (St. Augustine Prep) and Steve Matyas (St. Augustine Prep) were on the bronze medal-winning men's varsity eight. Marc Smith (St. Augustine Prep) was a member of the men's third-place freshman eight.

Alexandra Paulin (Egg Harbor Township) and Asiya Mahmud (Oakcrest) rowed for the third-place women's varsity-eight boat. Shannon O'Donnel (Ocean City), Sloane Spurlock (Holy Spirit) and Emily Fluharty (Oakcrest) helped the women's freshmen eight win the bronze medal.

Jacksonville University's Brad Miller (Egg Harbor Township) won two gold medals at the Head of Hooch Regatta in Chattanooga, Tenn. The freshman was on the winning boats in the varsity eight and freshmen eight.

Men's basketball

Holy Cross senior center Andrew Keister (Absegami) was selected as a candidate for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award. He is one of 30 players from around the nation to be considered.

CLASS is an acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School. Eligible for consideration are NCAA Division I seniors who have notable achievements in four areas of excellence - community, classroom, character and competition.

Last season, Keister led the Patriot League in rebounding, offensive rebounds and double-doubles. He also ranked second in defensive rebounds and third in field-goal percentage while becoming a four-time Patriot League Academy weekly honor roll selection.

Women's basketball

Marywood University's Marilee Sobrinski (Ocean City) was named senior captain. She is a three-year letter winner and started at the point for Pacers the past two seasons.

Women's swimming

Traci Hofer (Millville) was a part of The College of New Jersey's winning 200-yard medley team as the Lions defeated Southern Connecticut State University 168.5-129.5.

Widener University freshman Colleen Tighe (Mainland Regional) won the 1,000 and 500 freestyle races and anchored the winning 400 freestyle relay team in a 116-72 win over Swarthmore College. She also won the 1,000 and 500 freestyle and anchored the second-place 400 freestyle relay team in a 106-91 victory over Albright.

Men's swimming

TCNJ swimmer Ryan Clark (St. Augustine Prep) won the 50 freestyle in a 168-118 win over Southern Connecticut.

The University of Florida's Mike Joyce (St. Augustine Prep) won the 400 individual medley in a 160-136 win over Louisiana State.

Joe Wescoat (Absegami) was a part of the winning 200 freestyle relay team as King's College beat Marywood 83-73.


Junior Brett Feldman (Atlantic City) won his first match of the season 3-0 for 19th-ranked George Washington. He also won matches against Vassar and Haverford by the same score.

Sprint football

The University of Pennsylvania finished its season with a 70-0 win over Princeton.

Quarterback Todd Bulser (Atlantic City) completed 14 passes for 218 yards and three touchdowns. Busler also rushed for 32 yards. Michael Paci (Absegami) had two tackles.

The college notebook appears Tuesdays. Information can be submitted for consideration by fax (609-272-7191) or by e-mailing:


Recommended for you

Welcome to the discussion.

Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.
Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated.
Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything.
Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person.
Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article.