Britney Ewan-Rabbai (Millville) and the Quinnipiac University 2001 field hockey team was recenently inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
The team won the Northeast Conference Cham-pionship and competed in the NCAA tournament in Califor-nia.
Ewan-Rabbai coaches field hockey at Clearview Regional High School, where her team won its conference for the first time in school history.
Jate Cheshul (Holy Spirit) scored five points, including one 3-pointer, for Bentley University as it beat Merrimack College 62-56 last Tuesday.
Lucas Levenson (Atlantic City) scored six points, grabbed three rebounds, had one assist and blocked a shot in just 10 minutes of play in Drew University's 70-54 victory over Hunter College on Saturday.
Alanna Loyle (Mainland Regional) scored five points in Montclair State University’s 84-43 win over Rowan last Tuesday.
Princeton’s Aaron Kessel-man (Oakcrest) scored two goals in the past three games.
The sophomore scored the Tigers’ only goal in a 3-1 loss at Massachusetts-Lowell on Sat-urday.
A week earlier, Kesselman scored for the first time this season on a power play in a 7-2 loss to Clarkson in Postdam, N.Y.