Gettysburg College freshman Emily Duggan (Ocean City H.S.) grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds to go with eight points and four assists in an 83-39 women's basketball victory against Bryn Mawr College last week.

Duggan also came off the bench to score six points and grab four rebounds as the Bullets beat Muhlenberg 62-49.

Rowan junior forward Megan Russ (Middle Township) and sophomore guard Bria Hill (Atlantic City) scored eight and seven points, respectively, in a 68-59 overtime loss to Immaculata University. In an 86-50 loss to Richard Stockton College, Hill had 12 points and five rebounds. Russ had three rebounds, two points and two blocked shots. Hill had nine points and six rebounds in a 65-45 loss to Rutgers-Newark.

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Rutgers-Newark sophomore Jade Howard (St. Joseph) had nine rebounds, six points and four steals in a 65-45 victory over Rowan.

Stevens Institute of Technology's Jen Thompson (Mainland Regional) was 3-for-4 from the floor for eight points in a 64-56 win over Houghton College. Thompson also got three rebounds, two steals and an assist. In a 62-46 win over Alfred University, Thompson totaled six points, five rebounds, one assist and one block, while Megan Petuskey (Sacred Heart) added three points, four rebounds and a block.

In a 78-67 overtime win against St. John Fisher, junior Molly Spadaro (St. Joseph) scored 24 points, including a 3-pointer at the buzzer to force the overtime period. Spadaro also grabbed seven rebounds and got two assists.

William Paterson freshman guard Brittany Harden (Sacred Heart) scored seven points in a 72-44 win against Rutgers-Camden. Harden also dished three assists and collected one steal.

Men's basketball

Garret Kerr (Middle Township) got his 10th double-double of the season with 13 points and a game-high 12 rebounds as The University of the Sciences beat Philadelphia University 63-43. It was the Devils' fourth straight win. In a 57-52 loss to Wilmington University, Kerr scored a team-high 12 points to go with nine rebounds and four assists.

Rahim Bunch (Egg Harbor Township) totaled six points, four assists and four steals as Rutgers-Newark defeated Rowan 85-60.

Gwynedd-Mercy's Frank Champion (Mainland Regional) shot 7-for-14 from the floor and 7-for-8 from the free-throw line for 21 points as the Griffins remained unbeaten in the Colonial States Athletic Conference with a 81-65 win over Rosemont College.


Brian Broderick (Southern Regional) and Antonio Mancella (Oakcrest) helped The College of New Jersey reach the quarterfinals at the Budd Whitehill Duals. Broderick went 2-0, beating Trine University's Mike Connor by a 13-0 major decision at 184 pounds and York College's Kyle Minougue 9-5 at 197. Mancella went 1-1 at 157-pounds, including a 12-6 decision over Trine's Nick Leonhard.

The Lions finished sixth in the team scoring. Stevens Point won the team title.

In a 28-14 win over United States Coast Guard Academy, Broderick pinned his opponent in 2 minutes, 51 seconds. In a 30-16 win over John Carroll University, he recorded a 17-2 technical fall. In a 24-19 loss to Ohio Northern University, Broderick earned his third win of the day at 184 with a pin in 4:44. At 157, Mancella won a 15-6 major decision over UCGA's Ben Greene.

Men's swimming

Stephen Gibson (St. Augustine Prep) aided TCNJ's winning 200-yard freestyle relay in 1:24.20 in a tri-meet with West Chester and Johns Hopkins. The Lions defeated West Chester 227.5-104.5 but fell to Johns Hopkins 197-135.

Paul Gallagher (St. Augustine Prep) won three events - the 50 freestyle(21.54), the 100 freestyle (47.27) and the 400 freestyle relay (3:08.81) - as Delaware picked up its first Colonial Athletic Association victory of the season, 179-121 over host Drexel. Gallagher also paced the 200 medley relay team to a second-place finish (1:34.62).

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