Middle Township High School graduate Garret Kerr of the University of the Sciences broke the school's single-season rebound mark in a 65-62 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference quarterfinal win over Dominican College on Saturday.

Kerr had 10 rebounds, giving him 345 on the season for the Devils. He needed nine to break Bob Davis' 1965-66 season record of 343.

Kerr grabbed the record-breaking rebound with 4 minutes, 45 seconds left in the game. He scored 25 points in the win.

Kerr also scored 27 points and had 13 rebounds in a 94-74 win over Georgian Court on Wednesday. He also had eight assists, putting him just shy of a triple-double.

Softball

Rowan University started its season 1-3 this past weekend.

Senior captain and Oakcrest High School graduate Megan Lee went 3-for-10 with double, run, RBI and three walks in four games, including going 2-for-2 in the Profs' season-opening 3-1 win over Western Connecticut State on Saturday.

Lee's teammates Dana Cafone (Absegami) and Alysa Romero (Vineland) each hit solo home runs in the sixth inning of a 4-2 loss to Christopher Newport on Sunday. Brigette Alessandini (Hammonton) drove in two RBIs in a 3-2 loss to West Connecticut State earlier in the day.

Baseball

Barry University senior Tyler Petsch (Holy Spirit) was the winning pitcher in a 14-13 victory over Florida Tech on Wednesday. He pitched two hitless innings, walked three and struck out five.

Gannon White (Holy Spirit) of first-year varsity baseball program Mary-mount University (Arlington, Va.) went 2-for-4 with a walk and RBI in three games. White also hit the program's first-ever home run.

Oakcrest graduate Cody Stashak threw a no-hitter Feb. 22 in Cumberland County College's 8-0 win at Delaware Technical in the first of a seven-inning doubleheader. Stashak pitched seven innings, striking out eight while allowing only four walks.

Stashak was named the Garden State Athletic Conference player of the week for his performance.

Bryan Toland (Wildwood Catholic) went 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored for Southern New Hampshire in a 5-2 win over Chestnut Hill on Monday.

Egg Harbor Township graduates Chris Knott (East Stroudsburg) and Troy Dixon (St. John's) had two hits apiece last week.

E.J. Stoltzfus (Holy Spirit) went 2-for-3 in Delaware's 5-3 loss to Fordham on Saturday.

Vinny Zarillo (Lacey Township) of Rutgers went 3-for-5 with two doubles, two runs and an RBI in a 12-6 loss to Old Dominion on Sunday. He had five hits and four RBIs in three games last week.

Women's basketball

Widener senior guard Joanna Persiano (Holy Spirit) was named an honorable mention for the All-Commonwealth Conference Team on Thursday.

Gettysburg sophomore Emily Duggan (Ocean City) scored 14 points in a 65-61 win over Muhlenberg in the first round of the Centennial Conference tournament Wednesday. On Friday, Duggan added 10 points and 10 rebounds in a 61-49 semifinals loss to Haverford.

Gina Lewis (Holy Spirit) scored four points and added three rebounds for Kutztown in an 81-52 loss to Shippensburg on Feb. 22.

Men's swimming and diving

Rowan University had two divers compete in the 3-meter competition at the NCAA Division III Northeast-South Regional on Friday and the 1-meter competition Saturday at Rochester Institute of Technology.

John Morris (Cumber-land Regional) placed fifth out of 14 divers Friday with 446.90 points, and Ben Balesteri (EHT) took 14th with 307.80. On Saturday, Morris scored 446.65 and finished fifth out of 15 divers, while Balesteri scored 365.10 points and placed 15th.

Women's indoor track and field

Rowan won the New Jersey Athletic Conference Championships at the Armory in New York on Saturday.

Sophomore Christin Bettis (Hammonton) was a member of the distance medley relay that took first place in 12 minutes, 51.86 seconds.

Jessica Carlson (Southern Regional) took second place in the 60-meter hurdles in 9.31 seconds for Rowan. The senior also finished third in the triple jump (35 feet, 11.25 inches).

Rowan senior Meghan Borz (Buena Regional) placed third in the 5,000 meters at 18:30.19 and eighth in the 3,000 meters at 10:54.37. Priscila Antuna (Southern) came in seventh in the 5,000 in 19:06.99.

East Carolina's Dana Keister (Absegami) placed fifth among 24 in the long throw with a toss of 56 feet and Brooke Kott (Millville) placed fifth in the 800 meter in 2:12.81 to help their school win the Conference USA Indoor Track Championship on Saturday.

Men's indoor track and field

Blake Ballis (Hammonton) finished third in the weight throw with a toss of 44 feet, 9 inches at the NJAC Championships on Saturday.

Wrestling

Brian Broderick (South-ern) won his second straight title at the NCAA Division III Eastern Regional at King's College on Sunday. Broderick won the 184-pound division after earning a bye, an 11-0 major decision, a 5-2 decision and a 3-2 decision over Ryan Dormann of Stevens Institute of Technology.

Women's tennis

Junior Sarah Lippincott (Millville) and freshman Anna Prestera (Barnegat) of The College of New Jersey won in doubles action 8-2 over Dickinson College on Saturday. Lippincott also won 6-4, 6-4 in her singles match during TCNJ's 6-3 win.

Men's lacrosse

Freshman Louie Parks (Oakcrest) has two goals and an assist in four games this season for Lees-McRae College in North Carolina.

Women's lacrosse

Lycoming College played its first game of the season Monday. Junior attacker Casey Maguire (EHT) scored a hat trick and registered an assist in a 19-11 loss to Wilkes.

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