Brown University wrestling sophomore C.J. LaFragola, a 2015 St. Joseph High School graduate, won the 184-pound weight class at the David H. Lehman Franklin & Marshall Open on Saturday.

LaFragola, of Little Egg Harbor Township, went 5-0. He opened with a 7-2 decision in the round of 32 and then won a 15-5 major decision. A 14-12 decision and medical forfeit landed LaFragola in the final, which he won by a 16-4 major decision.

LaFragola improved to 12-8 this season.

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He was The Press Male Athlete of the Year for the 2014-15 school year.

Jack Clark (St. Augustine Prep) won a 4-2 decision at 165 in North Carolina’s 25-6 win over Army West Point on Friday.

Pat D’Arcy (Holy Spirit) won a 6-2 decision at 133 in Princeton’s 30-11 loss to Virginia Tech on Friday. D’Arcy won a 13-4 major decision at 133 in a 28-8 win over Pennsylvania on Sunday.

Luke Fernandez (Lacey Township) went 4-0 for Elizabethtown at the North-South Duals at Ursinus on Saturday. He earned a pin, two decisions and a win by forfeit at 197.

Stevens Institute of Technology also competed at the North-South Duals, winning all four matches Saturday. In a 30-10 win over Delaware Valley, Zach Wilhelm (Southern Regional) won a 4-2 decisions at 149. Thomas Poklikuha (Pinelands Regional) won an 11-3 major decision at 157, and Danny Moore (Lacey) won by injury default at 184. In a 37-10 win over Cortland, Wilhelm won a 3-2 decision, Poklikuha won an 18-2 technical fall and Moore won by forfeit.

In a 30-12 win over Elizabethtown, Wilhelm picked up an 18-0 technical fall and Moore earned a 6-2 decision. In a 30-15 win over Messiah, Wilhelm won an 8-0 decision and Poklikuha won an 11-3 decision.

For host Ursinus at the North-South Duals, Zachary Goranson (Millville) won by fall at 165 in Ursinus’ 53-3 win over Hunter. He also earned a decision in a 33-6 win over Rhode Island College.

Isaiah Ocasio (Vineland) won an 8-2 decision at 133 in Rochester Institute of Technology’s 23-16 win over Lycoming on Saturday in the New York/Pennsylvania Duals, which RIT hosted. Ocasio won an 11-4 decision at 133 in a 36-11 win over King’s on Saturday.

Women’s basketball

Kristine Miller (Cedar Creek) scored four points in Fairfield’s 71-68 win over Monmouth on Wednesday. Miller had five points and two rebounds in a 61-57 win over Siena on Friday.

Lauren Holden (Lower Cape May Regional) had eight points and three rebounds in Fordham’s 53-49 win over George Mason on Saturday.

Kennedy Johnson (Wildwood Catholic) had four points and three rebounds in Michigan State’s 66-54 loss to Purdue on Wednesday. She had four points and two rebounds in a 93-73 win over Nebraska on Saturday.

Dana DiRenzo (St. Joseph) had eight points and seven rebounds in St. Francis Brooklyn’s 56-49 win over Robert Morris on Saturday.

Jahniece Jaffe (Cedar Creek) scored 11 points in Bloomfield’s 61-58 win over Philadelphia on Wednesday.

Destiny Thompson (Bridgeton) had 16 points and 16 rebounds in Georgian Court’s 77-72 loss to Concordia on Wednesday. She had 10 points and six rebounds in a 73-63 win over Post on Saturday.

Lexi Bruno (Millville) had 16 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals in Goldey-Beacom’s 70-66 loss to Caldwell on Wednesday.

Bruno had 10 points, 11 rebounds and four assists in a 62-51 win over Concordia on Saturday.

Casey Thomas (Cedar Creek) had six points, eight rebounds with two assists in Holy Family’s 66-54 win over Nyack on Wednesday. Thomas had 11 points, six rebounds and three assists in an 81-76 loss to Caldwell on Saturday.

Cassidy Gallagher (Holy Spirit) had eight points and four rebounds in an 84-51 win over Neumann on Thursday. She scored four points in an 84-49 win over Cedar Crest on Saturday.

Megan Stafford (Mainland Regional) had five points, four rebounds and three steals in Catholic’s 68-41 win over Oberlin on Jan. 2. She had nine points, 13 rebounds and two steals in a 79-54 win over Juniata on Saturday.

Jacquelyn Schmucker (Cape May Tech) had four points and three rebounds in Lyndon State’s 80-64 loss to New England College last Tuesday. She had two points and four rebounds in a 61-55 win over Thomas (Maine) on Friday.

Lauren Legler (Middle Township) scored 17 points in Neumann’s 92-58 win over Notre Dame (Maryland) last Tuesday. Legler had three points and three rebounds in an 84-51 win over Cabrini on Thursday. She scored 19 points in a 65-61 win over Cairn on Saturday.

Mackenzie Huber (Wildwood) had six points and six rebounds in Penn State-Berks’ 80-77 win over Penn State-Abington on Saturday.

In Rowan’s 77-72 loss to Kean on Saturday, Alex Raring (Mainland) had 11 points and five rebounds. Olivia Rulon (Wildwood Catholic) had eight points, three rebounds and three assists, and Summer Crilley (Holy Spirit) had six points and six rebounds. Valerie Garofalo (Holy Spirit) had three points, three steals and two rebounds.

In Rutgers-Camden’s 48-35 win over Ramapo on Wednesday, Jovan Childers (Bridgeton) had 12 points, three rebounds and three steals. and Caroline Santiago (Buena Regional) grabbed eight rebounds and added a point.

Brielle Clarke (Absegami) had four points and a rebound in Ursinus’ 58-44 win over Johns Hopkins on Saturday.

Men’s swimming

John Gregory (St. Augustine) finished fourth (54.98 seconds) in the 100-yard backstroke in The College of New Jersey’s 156-103 loss to Johns Hopkins and 172-90 loss to West Chester in a tri-meet Saturday.

Women’s swimming

Rachel Bernhardt (Vineland) broke two individual pool records at the Daskalakis Athletic Center in Drexel’s 214-84 win over Delaware and 179-121 win over Northeastern on Saturday.

Bernhardt won the 100- and 200-yard breaststroke in 1 minute, 1.92 seconds and 2:15.49, respectively. She also swam on the winning 400 freestyle relay team that broke the pool record (3:29.00) and the winning 200 medley relay team (1:43.26).

Sarah Bennett (Vineland) took first in the 50 butterfly (30.08) in FDU-Florham’s 117-62 loss to Montclair State last Tuesday. She was also on the second-place 200 medley relay team (2:09.77).

Liz O’Sullivan (Mainland) won the 100 butterfly (1:03.91) in Widener’s 121-67 win over Baldwin Wallace on Friday.

Field hockey

Montclair State senior defender Camille Maimone (Hammonton) was named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division III All-America Team.

She was one of 48 players selected and the 15th in program history.

The defender played a key part in Montclair’s 16-6 season, helping the Red Hawks make the national tournament. She anchored a defense that allowed a New Jersey Athletic Conference-leading 1.15 goals per game and posted six shutouts.

She also had two goals and two assists, the first points of her career.

Men’s basketball

Sa’eed Nelson (St. Augustine) had 12 points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals in American’s 67-64 win over Colgate on Jan. 2. He scored 18 points and had four rebounds in a 69-60 loss to Bucknell on Thursday. Nelson had 19 points, eight rebounds and three assists in a 79-73 loss to Lehigh on Sunday.

Jordan Robertson (Wildwood Catholic) had three points, three rebounds and two blocks in Colgate’s 67-55 loss to Navy on Sunday.

Tyler Jones (Holy Spirit) had 19 points, five rebounds and three steals in Maryland Eastern Shore’s 90-65 win over Valley Forge on Jan. 2.

Isiah Graves (Atlantic City) had two points, two assists, two steals, a block and a rebound in Morgan State’s 58-56 win over Norfolk State on Wednesday.

Junior Saintel (Holy Spirit) had two points and five rebounds in Stony Brook’s 59-56 win over New Hampshire on Thursday. He had eight points and six rebounds in a 72-70 win over Albany on Sunday.

Christian Mortellite (Hammonton) scored 22 points in Bloomsburg’s 104-63 win over Cheyney last Tuesday. Mortellite had 13 points, eight rebounds and three assists in a 79-75 loss to Shippensburg on Friday.

Ed McWade (Wildwood Catholic) had nine points, 10 rebounds and four assists in Chestnut Hill’s 81-56 loss to Post on Wednesday. He scored 11 in a 65-59 loss to Nyack on Saturday.

Peyton Wejnert (Southern Regional) had two points and three rebounds in Pace’s 85-75 win over Saint Anselm on Wednesday. He had 12 points and five rebounds in a 100-74 loss to Merrimack on Saturday.

David Sullivan (St. Augustine) had 15 points and six rebounds for Saint Michael’s in a 98-65 win over New York Institute of Technology on Jan. 2. He had four points and two rebounds in an 86-79 loss to Southern Connecticut State on Wednesday. He had 13 points and eight rebounds in an 89-77 loss to Adelphi on Saturday. Last Tuesday, he was named to the Northeast-10 Conference Weekly Honor Roll for the week ending Jan. 1.

Nate Aldrich (St. Augustine) had six points, five rebounds and two assists in Drew’s 117-59 win over Mount Aloysius on Jan. 2. Aldrich had 12 points, nine rebounds and three steals in a 68-65 win over Goucher on Saturday.

Jake Logue (Southern) had 14 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and three steals in Centenary’s 69-60 win over Cairn last Tuesday.

Matt Sommers (Holy Spirit) scored five points in Gwynedd Mercy’s 93-72 win over Clarks Summit on Thursday. He had two points and two steals in an 88-74 win over Keystone on Saturday.

C.J. Barnes (Holy Spirit) scored nine points in Moravian’s 86-74 loss to Susquehanna on Saturday.

Charlie Riccardi (St. Joseph) had three points and five rebounds in Rutgers-Camden’s 74-67 loss to Arcadia on Jan. 2. Riccardi scored 13 points in a 84-86 loss to Ramapo on Wednesday. He scored eight points in a 68-56 win over Kean on Saturday.

Connor Laverty (Ocean City) scored 11 points in Widener’s 75-56 win over Cazenovia last Tuesday.

Contact: 609-272-7210 JRusso@pressofac.com Twitter @ACPress_Russo

Contact: 609-272-7210 JRusso@pressofac.com Twitter @ACPress_Russo

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