Rutgers University junior center fielder Vinny Zarillo (Lacey Township) capped off a strong week with a four-hit game Sunday.

The Scarlet Knights beat Oklahoma 8-6 and Zarillo went 4-for-5 with two runs and three RBIs.

In three games last week against Oklahoma, Zarillo went a combined 7-for-13 with four runs and five RBIs.

Bryan Toland (Wildwood Catholic) went 3-for-4 with an RBI double and two-run single for Southern New Hampshire in its 6-1 win over Southern Connecticut on Saturday. He leads the Northeast 10 Conference with six doubles through 11 games.

Relief pitcher Tyler Petsch (Holy Spirit) appeared in two games for Barry University this weekend. In 3 2/3 innings, he allowed two unearned runs and struck out two.

E.J. Stoltzfus (Holy Spirit) went 2-for-4 with a run scored for Delaware in a 4-1 loss to Rider on Friday and went 3-for-4 with a run and three RBIs in an 11-1 win over Rider on Sunday.

Men's basketball

Garret Kerr (Middle Township) was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year last Tuesday for the second straight year.

The University of Sciences junior led the conference with 13.6 rebounds per game, including setting the school's single-season record with 351 rebounds. He also led the conference with 22 double-doubles and averaged 24.8 points per game on the season.

Kerr then broke the school's single-season scoring record Friday. His 25 points gave him 693 on the season, breaking the previous record of 670 points held since 1995-96 by Marc Tacelosky.

Women's basketball

Kristina Startare (Middle Township) helped Cabrini College advance to the second round of the Division III NCAA tournament Friday.

Startare scored five points and had three rebounds, a block and a steal in Cabrini's 76-61 victory over Moravian College.

Cabrini fell 78-73 in overtime the next night to Montclair State in the second round. Startare scored two points, had two assists, two blocks and a rebound in the loss.

Women's lacrosse

Lycoming College's Casey Maguire (Egg Harbor Township) scored three goals and had an assist in a 19-11 loss to Wilkes on Tuesday. She then added two goals and an assist in an 11-9 loss to Elmira on Saturday.

Alexandra Barbieri (Ocean City) had a goal and assist in Wesley's 14-9 win over Centenary on Friday. The senior has two goals and three assists in two games and Wesley improved to 2-0 on the season.

Men's lacrosse

Wagner freshman William McMenamin (St. Augustine Prep) was named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week last week.

On Saturday, he had two goals in a 9-8 loss to Detroit. His brother, Patrick, had an assist in the loss. In four games, William has four goals and an assist and Patrick has two goals and six assists.

Men's ice hockey

Wentworth Institute of Technology freshman Connor Crowe and junior Kevin Crowe (St. Augustine) of Galloway Township had an assist and goal respectively in a 4-0 win over Johnson & Wales on Wednesday to advance to the ECAC Northeast championship game. They didn't register a point in a 3-2 loss to Nichols on Saturday.

Women's tennis

Anna Prestera (Barnegat) won her singles match for The College of New Jersey 3-6, 7-5, 10-3 in TCNJ's 5-4 loss to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Sunday. Prestera lost her doubles match with Sarah Lippincott (Millville), who also lost her singles match.

Men's volleyball

New Jersey City sophomore outside hitter Angel Martinez (Pleasantville) had the best match of his collegiate career Friday. He had a .429 percentage with a personal-best 12 kills in a 3-2 loss to Lasell.

Women's crew

Stephanie Hauck (EHT), Bethany Warlich (Absegami) and Remi McClellan (Oakcrest) were part of Nova Southeastern's winning Varsity 8 in the season-opening race in Florida this weekend. They competed against teams from Duquesne, Villanova, and Rollins.

Hauck was also part of the winning V4. Kelsey Obringer (Holy Spirit) brought home gold in the JV4.

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