East Stroudsburg University senior outfielder Chris Knott (Egg Harbor Township) tied or broke three school records in five days last week.
In Saturday's 7-0 win over Shippensburg, Knott recorded his 124th career RBI to tie the school record. On Friday, he broke the school's career extra-base hits record (currently 68). On Tuesday, he set the career triples record (currently 15) on Tuesday.
Gannon White (Holy Spirit) went 2-for-5 with two RBIs in a 10-6 loss for Marymount on Sunday.
Lafayette starting pitcher Connor Ortolf (Ocean City) allowed three runs, one earned, on six hits and a walk while striking out one in six innings in a 3-0 loss to Penn on Saturday.
Troy Dixon (EHT) doubled, drove in a run and scored in a 7-5 win for St. John's on Saturday.
Bryan Toland (Wildwood Catholic) collected six hits, two runs and two RBIs in four games for Southern New Hampshire last week.
Vinny Zarrillo (Lacey Township) went 2-for-4 with a run and three RBIs in Rutgers' 9-8 loss to Louisville, ranked seventh in the country, on Saturday.
Widener's Justin Healey (Ocean City) went 1-for-3 with a run and two RBIs in a 7-5 loss to St. John Fisher on Sunday.
Georgetown's Beau Hall (Ocean City) went 1-for-3 with two runs in an 8-4 loss to Towson on Sunday.
University of Sciences junior Garret Kerr (Middle Township) was named to the 2014 Daktronics All-American first team.
Kerr, a three-year starter, became the first player in program history to earn the honor.
Kerr was the only player in Division II to rank in the top five in scoring and rebounding. He averaged 24.8 points per game (third nationally) along with 12.5 rebounds per game (second). In addition, his 23 double-doubles were second in the country.
He was the Daktronics East Region Player of the Year and was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Player of the Year for the second straight season. Last week, Kerr was also named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches All District first team representing the East Region.
Atlantic City graduate Nikki Djambinov hit a two-out, first-inning grand slam for Ursinus in its 7-6 win over Dickinson on Sunday. Her homer followed a bases-loaded walk to Casey Derella (Millville).
The College of New Jersey's Nicole Brodbeck (Hammonton) hit a solo home run in the fifth inning to break a scoreless tie in the Lions' 3-1 win over SUNY Cortland on Saturday.
Men's indoor track & field
Brett Johnson (Ocean City) ran for Oregon in the NCAA Division I indoor track and field national championships in Albuquerue, N.M., on March 15.
He ran the lead leg in the distance medley relay, in which the Ducks placed second. Both the men's and women's teams won the national indoor championship.
Women's outdoor track & field
East Carolina's Dana Keister (Absegami) tossed a career-best 53.33 meters in the hammer throw, coming in second Sunday in the Carolina Relays to open the season. Her mark put her ninth all-time for the school.
Austin Goodwin (Absegami) scored a goal in Arcadia's 15-5 win over Rosemont on Wednesday.
Louis Parks (Oakcrest) had an assist in Lees-McRae's loss to Lenoir-Rhyne on Wednesday.
Patrick McMenamin (St. Augustine Prep) scored four goals in Wagner's 14-7 loss to Richmond on Friday. He had two assists in last Tuesday's 7-6 win over Virginia Military Institute, while his brother William McMenamin (St. Augustine) scored two goals.
In three wins for Georgian Court last week, sophomore Melissa Williams (EHT) scored 13 goals and added eight assists
Williams scored four goals and had an assist in a 20-5 win over Nyack on Wednesday. She followed that with four goals and three assists in a 19-6 win over Post on Thursday and five goals and four assists in a 13-9 win over Dominican on Saturday.
Through seven games this season, Williams led the team with 19 goals and nine assists.
Casey Maguire (EHT) scored five goals and an assist in Lycoming's 17-11 win over King's College on March 18.
Emily Duggan (Ocean City) of Gettysburg was named to the Centennial Conference Sportsman-ship Team for the winter season.
Gettysburg senior swimmer Keanna Voso (Atlantic City) was named to the Centennial Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll on Tuesday.
TCNJ's 200 medley relay placed eighth in the NCAA Division III swimming and diving national championships. St. Augustine graduate Stephen Gibson was part of the program record-setting time of 1 minute, 30.81 seconds.
Marywood University sophomore Colin Ganard (Absegami) was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference All-Academic Team for the Fall 2013 season.
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