Gina DiDomenico (Egg Harbor Township) tied the Eastern University record for most 3-pointers in a season at 54 in a 67-52 loss to top-seeded Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham in the Freedom Conference Tour-nament semifinals. DiDom-enico tied Tiffany Henry’s mark, which was set in the 2003-2004 season.
DiDomenico contributed three points and one assist for the Devils.
Neumann University freshman Sarah Roberts (Middle Town-ship) tallied three points, three assists and two steals in a 74-64 Colonial State Athletic Con-ference tournament loss to Marywood University.
Rutgers-Newark freshman Jade Howard (St. Joseph) was selected to the New Jersey Athletic Conference first team.
University of Sciences sophomore Garret Kerr (Middle Township) notched his sixth Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference men’s basketball player of the week honor and third in a row. He is the only CACC men’s basketball player to receive the honor multiple times this season.
His six conference Player of the Week selections tie him for most ever with Tayron Thomas of Philadelphia University during the 2005-2006 season. Kerr grabbed a career-high 21 rebounds in a 71-59 victory over Chestnut Hill College and a career scoring high with 34 points in a 80-75 victory over Bloomfield College.
In the Bloomfield victory, he collected a team-high 18 rebounds, including his 600th career rebound, to become the fastest player in program history to reach the mark. It came in his 48th game. Gilbert D’Alonzo grabbed his 600th in his 50th game in the 1968-1969 season. Kerr now has 16 double-doubles this season, the most in NCAA Division II. He is second in the country in rebounding and 20th in scoring. In the Devils’ first win over Post University since 2007, 70-66, Kerr tallied a game-high 33 points and 18 rebounds for his 17th double-double of the season. It was the fifth time in the last seven games he posted 30 or more points. The University of Sciences won its fifth straight by rallying to beat Chestnut Hill 63-57. Kerr increased his career high in rebounds with 22 to go along with 26 points to help the Devils finish third in the conference.
Teammate T-John Casiello (Wildwood Catholic) connected for two free throws late in the game for a 59-56 lead. Meanwhile, Kerr’s rebound count was the highest single game total in the conference this season and the third NCAA Division II player to collect that many in a game. Kerr’s 22 rebounds was the most in a game by a Devils’ player since Jerry Misewich collected 23 in 1970.
Drew University senior Lucas Levenson (Atlantic City) totaled eight points, eight rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot in a 70-63 loss to Juniata College. He ended his senior campaign with 28 blocked shots, ranked sixth in the Landmark Conference. Levenson wrapped up his collegiate career with 94 blocks, placing him fifth all-time in program history.
Freshman Brent Slotoroff (St. Augustine Prep) sank a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Gettysburg a 17-point halftime lead over Muhlenberg, but the Mules rallied in the second half to win the game 45-43 in the opening round of the Centennial Conference tournament.
Men’s indoor track
University of Oklahoma senior Tre Lathan (Egg Harbor Township) took second in the 60-meter hurdles in 7.82 seconds at the Big 12 Championships at Iowa State University. Lathan posted a season-best 7.76 seconds in the preliminary round. In addition, Lathan ran the third leg of Oklahoma’s 4x400 relay team.
Andrew DiMaria (Ocean City) placed second in the 3,000 run (8 minutes, 54.31 seconds) as The College of New Jersey won its 15th straight New Jersey Athletic Conference title at the 168th Street Armory in New York City. The Lions totaled 191 team points to remain the only team to win the title since the championships began.
Dan Murray (Ocean City) was a member of Rowan’s fourth-place distance medley relay (11:06.02) at the NJAC Championships. The Profs finished third in the team scoring.
St. Peter’s University freshman Rachel Wuko (Wildwood Catholic) finished in the top eight in five events at the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championships in Buffalo, N.Y. She took third in the 50-yard freestyle in 24.04 seconds, fourth in the 100 freestyle (52.50) and fifth in the 100 butterfly (58.41). She led the 200 freestyle relay to a eighth-place finish and anchored the 200 medley relay to a fourth-place finish.
Wentworth Institute of Technology sophomore forward Kevin Crowe (St. Augustine Prep) was selected to the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Northeast Conference first team. Crowe leads the team in scoring with 10 goals. He also has 10 assists.
Women’s cross country
Rowan junior Meghan Borz (Buena Regional) was named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic Team. Borz posseses a 3.503 GPA in mechanical engineering. She was 19th (22:35.1) at the NCAA Atlantic0 Regional and third at the NJAC Championships. She also landed on the All-Conference first team for the second time.
Rutgers-Camden senior third baseman John Santilli (St. Joseph) hit a double in the seventh inning in a 9-3 loss to Moravian College at the Ty Cobb Classic at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. The double was the 87th of his career.
Tyler Petsch (Holy Spirit) earned his first victory of the season in Barry University’s season opening victory 10-5 over Georgia Southwestern. In three innings pitched, Petsch recorded three strikeouts. In a 11-9 win over Florida Tech, Petsch pitched an inning of relief with two strikeouts. He had three strikeouts and a save in a 4-2 win over Alabama Huntsville.
Rutgers-Camden freshman John Waters (Absegami) was named NJAC Rookie Pitcher of the Week with his contribution in the Scarlet Raptors’ 4-3 victory over New Paltz. He pitched 22/3 innings, allowing no hits and striking out three.
TCNJ first singles player Karisse Bendijo (Egg Harbor Township) won 6-4, 6-3 to lead the Lions to a 9-0 victory over Dickinson College. Sarah Lippincott (Millville) picked up a 6-3, 6-0 win at sixth singles. Bendijo teamed up with Allison Tierney for an 8-3 win at first doubles, while Lippincott paired with Alex Bologno for an 8-2 win at third doubles. TCNJ improved to 8-0 (including the fall season) with a 7-2 win over Wesleyan College. Bendijo was victorious at first singles again 6-4, 6-2 and Lippincott notched a win at fifth singles 6-2, 6-0. Bendijo teamed up with Bologno for an 8-2 victory at first doubles.
Lees-McRae College sophomore Jeff White (Middle Township) netted two goals in a 10-2 loss to Lenoir-Rhyne.