Two former Cape-Atlantic League standouts turned in record performances for Monmouth University at the Hawks' third annual indoor track and field Blue and White Invitational in West Long Branch on Saturday.
Senior Ford Palmer (Absegami) won the in the 800-meter run in 1 minute, 53.81 seconds, breaking the previous facility record of 1:57.1.
Senior Amanda Eller (Millville) won the 3,000 run in 10:09, breaking the previous facility record of 10:25. Eller also paced the 4x400 relay team to a second-place finish in 4:02.
Garret Kerr (Middle Township) led the University of Sciences to its third straight win when he hit a fadeaway jumper with 3.5 seconds left for a 75-74 victory over Concordia College. Kerr posted a game-high 29 points and nine rebounds as the Devils improved to 6-8 (4-3 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference).
Stevens Institute of Technology freshman Megan Petuskey (Sacred Heart) contributed eight points in a 64-56 win over Houghton College and five points, four rebounds and one assist in a 67-60 overtime win over Nazareth College.
Rowan sophomore Bria Hill (Atlantic City) grabbed six rebounds in a 55-39 loss to Ramapo. Hill had 16 points and seven rebounds in a 77-48 win over Wesley College, and forward Megan Russ (Middle Township) provided eight points and six rebounds off the bench.
Kean sophomore guard Shay Collins (Atlantic City) dished five assists in a 61-54 win over Rutgers-Camden.
Rutgers-Camden sophomore guard Loretta Kelly (Wildwood) had eight points, five assists and a career-high six rebounds in a 74-48 win over Mount Saint Vincent.
The College of New Jersey's Antonio Mancella (Oakcrest) picked up a pair of wins at the North/South Duals hosted by Ursinus College. TCNJ was ranked 20th among NCAA Division III programs by the wrestling website themat.com. At 157 pounds,
Mancella won a 6-5 decision over York College's Drew Spector. Mancella also pinned McDaniel College's Jacob Reik in 1:30 at 165.
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