Kutztown University's Maria Isgro (Absegami) was named first team All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference.

The senior outfielder is batting .315 this season and was .500 during the PSAC Tournament. Isgro has totaled 50 hits (15 for extra bases), 39 runs and 28 RBIs.

At the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regionals over the weekend, Isgro drove in the tying run in an eventual 3-1 win over West Virginia State, doubled in the game-winning run in a 5-0 shutout against Bloomsburg and singled in a run to start a ninth inning rally in a 4-0 win against Bloomsburg in the championship. The Golden Bears advance to the Atlantic Super Regionals this weekend.

Rowan University sophomore Alysa Romero (Vineland) had the game's only RBI in the Profs 1-0 win against Husson University in an NCAA Division III Tournament game last Friday. She hit the game-winning home run in the bottom of the sixth inning of a 2-1 tournament win against Babson College. Romeo homered in a 4-1 loss to Tufts University in the final round of the East Regional. Rowan pitcher LeAnne Miller (Vineland) pitched a complete game, three-hit shutout with five strikeouts.

Muhlenberg College centerfielder Devon Barber (Absegami) went 4-for-8 in the Centennial Conference playoffs and scored her 115th career run, breaking a school record set in 1999. She was also named Second Team All-Centennial Conference.

TCNJ junior Nicole Brodbeck (Hammonton) scored a run in the Lions' 11-4 loss to SUNY Cortland in an NCAA Division III Tournament game on Thursday, May 9.

Baseball

Rutgers University-Camden senior designated hitter John Santilli (St. Joseph) got his 100th career hit, an RBI single to left field, in Wednesday's 2-0 win over Stevens Institute of Technology in an ECAC Metro tournament game.

Cecil College's Ryan Irwin (Absegami) hit a three-run home run in an 8-5 win over Dundalk in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 20 final. Irwin finished the game 2-for-4 with two runs scored and three RBIs.

Lacrosse

TCNJ senior Alex Spark (Southern) was named to the New Jersey Athletic Conference Honorable Mention list. She scored eight goals and had seven assists in league play.

Crew

Barry University's varsity eight with freshman Bethany Desmond (Holy Spirit) won the Division II heavyweight final at the Dad Vail Regatta in 6 minutes, 44.19 seconds. ... The George Mason University women's freshman four won a silver medal with the help of bow Cailyn Casto (Egg Harbor Township) at the Dad Vail.

The University of Delaware men's varsity lightweight eight with Dan Salerno (Mainland Regional) and Russ Garrett (Mainland Regional) won a gold medal in its race at the Dad Vail.

The Bucknell women's varsity eight, which includes coxswain Jacqueline McKeone (Mainland Regional) and bow Amanda McCabe (Atlantic City) finished third in the final of the Dad Vail Regatta in a time of 6:39.838. Sierra McCarron (Atlantic City) was part of the second varsity eight that also finished third in a time of 6:54.325.

Tennis

Stonehill College senior Paige Frost (Holy Spirit) won the NCAA Division II Arthur Ashe Jr. Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.

Frost won the National and East Region awards. She compiled a 127-32 career record in singles and doubles play. The award, which dates back to 1982, goes to NCAA athletes who exhibit outstanding leadership and sportsmanship as well as scholastic, extracurricular and tennis achievements.

The College of New Jersey's Karisse Bendijo (Egg Harbor Township) won at first singles and first doubles as the Lions beat SUNY Geneseo 5-3 in an opening round match of the NCAA Division III Tournament last Friday.

Track & field

Three local Rowan women were named to the NJAC All-Star list. Meghan Borz (Buena Regional) was an honorable mention in the 1,500-meter run, Jessica Carlson (Southern Regional) a second-team selection for the 100 hurdles and Christin Bettis (Hammonton) second team for the steeplechase.

Bucknell University's Alexandra Romanelli (Absegami) took second in the triple jump (38 feet, 1 inches) and third in the long jump (18-1) at the Patriot League Championships over the weekend.