Two area graduates helped Felician College to a 2-1 season-opening win in women’ soccer against Assumption College on Saturday.

Macki Groves (Millville) scored the first goal in the 28th minute and was named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Women’s Soccer Rookie of the Week.

Sophomore Kirsten Mortelliti (Hammonton) scored the game-winning header in the 82nd minute.

The College of New Jersey’s Katie Lindacher (Egg Harbor Township) scored four goals in two games as the Lions won two games at the TCNJ Classic.

Lindacher scored the team’s only goal in a 1-0 win against the University of Rochester on Friday.

Lindacher scored the game-winning goal 39 seconds into the game and finished with a hat trick as TCNJ beat Skidmore 6-0 on Saturday.

Men’s soccer

Alex Weidman (Mainland Regional) had an assist in Monmouth University’s 2-0 win against Rider on Friday.

Rutgers-Camden’s Stevan Austino (Buena Regional) had an assist in the team’s 3-0 win against Wesley College on Sunday.

Junior Mitch Grotti (Millville), a second-team all-American last season, had six shots in the game, hitting the post once and the crossbar once.

Women’s tennis

The College of New Jersey’s Karisse Bendijo (Egg Harbor Township) was named New Jersey Athletic Conference Player of the Week.

Bendijo, a two-time NJAC Player of the Year, won 24 of 25 games over four sets in singles and all 16 games she played in doubles in a pair of TCNJ wins.

Men’s golf

Stevens Institute of Technology senior captain Scott Reardon (Mainland Regional) was one of four players to break 80 at the Utica College Fall Invitational at Skenondoa Golf Club. Reardon finished tied for ninth with a 77.

Women’s cross country

Megan Borz (Buena Regional) finished second as Rowan University won the Salisbury University Fall Classic on Saturday. Borz completed the 6-kilometer course in 22 minutes, 26 seconds.

The Profs’ Catherine Nolan (Holy Spirit) finished 52nd in 24:55 and Priscila Antuna (Southern Regional) 56th in 25:12.

Field hockey

Katie Corson (Ocean City) had an assist in McDaniel College’s 3-1 nonconference win against Roanoke on Saturday.

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