University of the Sciences Garret Kerr (Middle Township) was selected to the 2012-2013 Daktronics NCAA Division II All-American Second Team, which is selected by sports information directors from institutions and conference offices throughout the nation.

The sophomore forward was the only non-senior to be selected for either the first, second or third team.

Kerr averaged 39.4 minutes per game, 21.1 points per game and 12.4 rebounds per game.

He totaled 67 assists, 37 steals, and 11 blocks in 26 games.

Women's lacrosse

TCNJ senior Alex Spark (Southern Regional) scored four goals in an 11-10 loss to Gettysburg.

Spark also had four goals and an assist as the Lions beat Eastern 19-2. TCNJ is ranked seventh nationally among NCAA Division III programs in the latest Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) poll.

Lycoming sophomore Casey Maguire (Egg Harbor Township) got two assists in a 19-6 loss to 13th-ranked Susquehanna. Maguire added two goals in a 20-6 win over Lancaster Bible College.

Men's track and field

Gloucester County College's Pat McCurry (Hammonton) ran the 800-meter run in a national qualifying time of 2:01.07 to finish second at the Richard Stockton Invitational. Joe Sacco (Hammonton) was 22nd in the same race in 2:14.47. Blake Ballas (Hammonton) took 10th in the hammer throw (35.11 meters) and ninth in the javelin (44.51 meters).

Women's track and field

West Florida sophomore Brandon Skeie (Southern Regional) finished 32nd in 16:37.47 in a 5,000-meter race at the Florida State University Relays in Tallahassee, Fla.

Women's tennis

West Chester University's Alexandra Santora (Holy Spirit) opened the spring season with two wins at third singles - 6-0, 6-0 against Hillsborough College and 6-1, 6-2 against Ave Maria University.

She also won at second doubles, 8-5, with Haley Wissinger in the match against Ave Maria.

Stonehill's Paige Frost (Holy Spirit) won a 6-4, 6-4 decision at fourth singles in an 8-1 win over Adelphi. Frost also won at first doubles, 8-3. Frost picked up wins at both positions in a 9-0 shutout of Holy Family. She won at fourth singles 6-0, 6-0 and first doubles 8-3. Stonehill is ranked sixth among Division III programs in the East Region by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.

Frost also won 8-0 at third singles and 8-1 at first doubles with partner Kirsti Toegemann as the Skyhawks beat visiting American International College 8-1 on Monday in Easton, Mass. Frost and Toegemann are ranked ninth in doubles in the International Tennis Association East Regional rankings.

Crew

Sophomore Kelsey Obringer (Holy Spirit) was a member of the Nova Southeastern varsity-four boat that finished second in two races at the Division II Duals on Canal 54 in Fellsmere, Fla. The Sharks were runners-up against Florida Tech and Central Oklahoma, finishing in 8:04.1 and 7:50.1, respectively.

Amber Morrell (Holy Spirit) and Abbey Schiavo (Mainland) were part of the varsity-four B boat that beat Central Oklahoma in 8:06.1.

The host Old Dominion University (Va.) women's varsity four, with rowers Kaela Woods (Egg Harbor Township), Ashley Mauroff (Absegami) and Ashley Nardiello (Ocean City), beat the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill on Saturday on the Lafayette River. The Old Dominion women's varsity eight, with rowers Colleen Rennie (Absegami) and Jenna Sterling (Absegami), and coxswain Allison Giegerich (Holy Spirit), also beat North Carolina.

Men's tennis

Gloucester County College beat vistitng Suffolk Community College (N.Y.) 8-1 on Tuesday as the No. 1 doubles team of Donovan Vassalotti (Sacred Heart) and Mike Perrone scored an 8-6 win. At third doubles, Gloucester's Shamell Martin (Millville) and Tim Durham (Millville) also won 8-6. The Roadrunners improved to 6-1.

 

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