Drexel's women's Varsity 8, including Bridget Pfeifer (Absegami), Amanda Kleuser (Absegami) and Sierra Baca (Holy Spirit) won the Lela H. Kerr Cup in the 48th annual Kerr Cup Regatta in Philadelphia on Saturday.

The Varsity 8 also won the Bergen Cup in Philadelphia on Saturday, beating their city rivals.

The Nova Southeastern team won its sixth Sunshine State Conference Championship Friday in Sarasota, Fla.

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The Varsity 8 won with a time of 6:53.4, beating second place Barry by 10.3 seconds. That boat included Stephanie Hauck (EHT) and Bethany Warlich (Absegami).

The Varsity 4, which features Kelsey Obringer (Holy Spirit) and Remi McClellan (Oakcrest), won with a time of 7:31.6 to seal the title. They beat the next boat, Florida Tech, by more than 14 seconds.

In the Knecht Cup (April 13), The Old Dominion 2nd Varsity won first place in the Petite Final. The boat consisted of coxswain Nicole Sicurella (EHT), Jessica Donlan (Mainland Regional), Colleen Rennie (Absegami), Ashley Nardiello (Ocean City), Carlie Cohen (EHT) and Shannon LaSala (Holy Spirit).

The ODU Varsity 4 finished fourth in the Petite final and was stroked by Ashley Mauroff (Absegami). The ODU third 8 finished fifth in the grand final and was stroked by Keala Woods (EHT), Lauren Wright (EHT) and Jackie Donlan (Mainland).

The Washington College Varsity 8 won gold in Division III at the Knecht Cup with a time of 7:00.95. That boat includes Kelly Bird (Absegami). The B boat took bronze, which features Krystal Brostek (Absegami).

On Saturday, the first Varsity 8 won gold at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference Championship and the second Varsity 8 placed second, featuring Bird and Brostek respectively.

Men's crew

The Drexel men's Varsity 8, coxswained by Marc Smith (St. Augustine), and including Nick Calpaldi (Oakcrest), won the Dr. Thomas Kerr Cup for the fourth straight year at the 48th annual Kerr Cup Regatta on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia on Saturday.

The second Varsity 8, which included Dan Dollin (Holy Spirit), Dan Palombo (St. Augustine) and Casimir Czworkowski (St. Augustine) as well as the Freshmen 8, including Daniel Capone (St. Augustine) also took first.

The first and second Varsity 8 also won the Bergen Cup in Philadelphia on Saturday, beating their city rivals.

At the Knecht Cup on April 13, the Delaware men's second Varsity 8 took third in the Petite Final. It included Michael Bird (Absegami).

Women's tennis

In TCNJ's 6-3 win to end the regular season Saturday, Anna Prestera (Barnegat) won her singles match 6-1, 6-3. She teamed with Sarah Lippincott (Millville) to win in doubles action, 8-5.

Men's lacrosse

David Phillips (St. Augustine) scored a goal in Stevenson's 20-7 win over Lycoming on Friday.

Patrick McMenamin (St. Augustine) got an assist in Wagner's final game of the season, a 15-7 loss to Bryant.

Women's lacrosse

Georgian Court was knocked out of the first round of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament on Saturday, losing to Holy Family 18-11. Melissa Williams (EHT) scored three goals and three assists in the loss.

Williams finished the season with 53 goals and 36 assists in 18 games.

Lauren Hartman (Our Lady of Mercy Academy) and Katie Parent (Millville) both scored five goals for Philadelphia University in an 18-14 win over Holy Family on Sunday in the CACC Tournament final.

Rebecca Sartorio (Absegami) scored two goals for Albright in a 13-10 win over Alvernia on Wednesday. Her second goal made it 11-6, and was the deciding tally at the end of the game.

Alicia Herbert (Pinelands Regional) scored two goals in a 24-10 loss to Holy Family on Tuesday.

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