The College of New Jersey's Jake Lindacher (Egg Harbor Township) was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Men's Track Athlete of the Week.

Lindacher won the 55-meter hurdles in 7.55 seconds and first in the 55-meter dash in 6.51 on Feb. 2 against Division I opponent Rider. Each of Lindacher's times met Eastern College Athletic Conference qualifying standards.

Lindacher finished 17th out of 80 runners in the 60 high hurdles in 8.54 seconds and 33rd out of 117 runners in the 60 dash in 7.19 seconds Saturday in the Valentine Invitational hosted by Boston University.

Women's basketball

Shereesha Richards (Atlantic Christian) scored 13 points in Albany's 90-68 win against Hartford on Friday. Richards now has scored in double-figures in 24 straight games.

Kristen Sharkey (South-ern Regional) scored a team-high 21 points and added six rebounds and two steals in Buffalo's 74-63 loss to Central Michigan on Sunday.

Molly Spadaro (St. Joseph) finished with eight points and seven rebounds Friday in Stevens Institute of Technology's 62-47 win against Alfred College on Friday. Megan Petuskey (Sacred Heart) had two points.

Spadaro had eight points, four rebounds and two assists in a 62-46 win against Elmira on Saturday.

Widener's Joanna Persiano (Holy Spirit) had 13 points and five rebounds in a 77-61 win against Hood College on Saturday.

Emily Duggan (Ocean City) had 10 points, six rebounds and two steals in Gettysburg's 63-50 win against Muhlenberg on Saturday. Duggan had 11 points and seven rebounds in a 56-47 win against Dickinson on Wednesday.

Alex Raring (Mainland Regional) had nine points, four rebounds and three assists in Rowan's 76-72 loss to Ramapo.

Bria Hill (Atlantic City) had seven points and six rebounds, Megan Russ (Middle Township) four points, two rebounds and two assists, Valerie Garofalo (Holy Spirit) two points and three assists and Annie Wenz (Holy Spirit) two points and two rebounds.

Men's basketball

Garret Kerr (Middle Township) had his 17th double-double of the season Saturday. Kerr had 32 points and 18 rebounds as University of the Sciences beat Concordia 94-79.

T-John Casiello (Wild-wood Catholic) added 14 points.

Frank Nock (Bridgeton) had 22 points, four rebounds and four assists Saturday in Ramapo's 90-86 loss to Rowan.


Seton Hill's A.J. Fisher (St. Augustine Prep) had a 33-second pin on senior night against Alderson-Broaddus College on Saturday. Fisher is 13-9 this season at 141 pounds.

Antonio Mancella (Oak-crest) and Brian Broderick (Southern) each won by decision as No. 25 The College of New Jersey lost 19-13 to No. 9 Wilkes on Friday.

Cemah Tudae-Torboh (Mainland) won a 10-2 major decision Thursday at 197 pounds as King's (Pa.) lost to Elizabethtown 27-22.

Women's swimming and diving

William Patterson's Courtney Lawler (Mainland) was named New Jersey Athletic Conference Diver of the Week for the third time this season.

Lawler won the 1-meter (five dives) with a 146.10 and the 1-meter (six dives) with a 188.92 against Montclair State on Feb. 1.

Michelle Heinemann (Egg Harbor Township) finished second on the 1-meter with a 224.7 and third on the 3-meter with a 232.72 in West Chester's 169-120 loss to Division I University of Pennsylvania.

Sydney Boswell (Main-land) won the 100 butterfly Saturday in 59.95 seconds as Gettysburg beat Franklin & Marshall. Boswell and the 200 medley relay team finished first in 1:52.27.

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