Christina Ang (Mainland Regional) will be inducted into the Rider Athletics Hall of Fame this summer.

Ang graduated with school records in field hockey for goals in a season (21), career (66) and points in a career (144).

Ang, a two-time North East Conference Player of the Year, was ranked sixth in the nation when she recorded her season-high 21 goals.

Ang was also named NEC Tournament MVP as a sophomore and landed on the NEC All-Tournament team as a senior.

She was the first player from Rider to be invited to play in the National Field Hockey All-Star game. Additionally, she was a two-time Second Team All-Region selection and First Team All-Region pick as a senior.

In 2005, Ang was co-Rider Athlete of the Year.

Men’s swimming

Sophomore Ben Cain (Holy Spirit) swam the third leg of Rowan University’s winning 200-yard medley relay (1 minute, 39.06 seconds) and the 200 freestyle relay (1:30.55) in a 166-82 win over visiting York College (Pa.). Meanwhile, Brad Hawkins (Cumberland Regional) and Mike Demarest (Absegami) were third and fourth, respectively, in the 100 backstroke.

Hawkins finished in 57.66 seconds, while Demarest came in at 57.79. In a 162-109 victory over host Montclair State, Cain anchored the winning 200-yard medley relay (1:39.76) and Demarest swam the second leg of the winning 400 freestyle relay (3:23.30).

It was Rowan’s seventh straight victory. Cain was third in the 50 freestyle, while Demarest was third in the 100 freestyle.

Junior Michael Oliva (Vineland) won the 50-yard freestyle in 21.82 seconds as The College of New Jersey defeated William Paterson 171-100.

The University of Delaware defeated Army 171-129 and Paul Gallagher (St. Augustine Prep) earned four victories—the 50 freestyle (21.33), 100 freestyle (47.03), 200 medley relay (1:33.46) and the 400 freestyle relay (3:08.44). The next day, Gallagher had three firsts — 50 freestyle in 21.34, the 100 freestyle in 46.42 and the 200 medley relay in 1:34.62 — as Delaware defeated Towson 220-78.

Albright College’s Kyle Everson (Ocean City) took the 1,000 and 200 freestyle events in a 147-81 win over King’s College. Everson also placed second in the 500 freestyle.

Women’s swimming

Widener University junior Colleen Tighe (Mainland Regional) won the 1,000-yard and the 500-yard freestyle events in a 147-85 victory over Elizabethtown College (Pa.).

Tighe, who was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester, also placed third in the 50 freestyle and anchored the winning 400 freestyle relay.

In a 149-106 win over visiting York College (Pa.), Rowan senior Teresa Stearns (Holy Spirit) was a member of the winning 200-yard medley (1:56.72) and 200 freestyle (1:41.08) relays.

Individually, Stearns won the 200 freestyle in 2 minutes, 1.76 seconds, while sophomore Casey Sickler (Mainland Regional) was third in the 200 breaststroke in 2:46.30.

Rowan senior diver Kylie O’Rourke (Lower Cape May Regional) placed second in the one-meter dive with 126 points in a 153-123 win over Montclair State.

Stearns swam the third leg of the Profs’ winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays. Stearns also took third in the 50 freestyle in 26.30 seconds.

Freshman Noelle Delusant (Oakcrest) won the 100-yard butterfly (1:03.58) as TCNJ ousted William Paterson 194-84.

It was the first individual win of her collegiate career. TCNJ is ranked ninth in Division III by the College Swimming Coaches Assoc-iation of America.

Men’s basketball

Garret Kerr (Middle Township) recorded his 11th double-double and T-John Casiello (Wildwood Catholic) had two steals and an assist as the University of the Sciences fell 55-40 to Holy Family University. Kerr led the team with 15 points and 18 rebounds.

Lucas Levenson (Atlantic City) registered seven points, five rebounds and a blocked shot in 11 minutes in Drew University’s 64-60 win over Goucher College.

Matt Whitworth (Ocean City) scored six points to go along with two rebounds and one assist as Rowan improved to 11-5 with a 88-77 victory over Montclair State. Whitworth came off the bench to score eight points in a 74-56 victory over New Jersey City University later in the week.

Bentley University sophomore guard Jate Cheshul (Holy Spirit) contributed with eight points in a 69-58 loss to Assumption.

In his first start of the season, Cheshul made the tying and go-ahead free throws to lift Bentley over Pace University 61-60. He finished with eight points.

Women’s basketball

Gettysbury College freshman Emily Duggan (Ocean City) grabbed seven rebounds and scored four points in a 64-35 rout of McDaniel College in a Centennial Conference game.

Neumann University freshman Sarah Roberts (Middle Township) had seven points and two steals in a 84-57 win over Keystone College.

Rowan guard Bria Hill (Atlantic City) had 10 points, two rebounds and a block in a 106-36 loss to Montclair State (17-0). In a 55-52 victory over New Jersey City University, Hill tallied nine points and nine rebounds, apiece. Megan Russ (Middle Township) added five points and three rebounds for the Profs. Russ connected for two free throws with 37 seconds left to give Rowan the lead for good.