Rutgers-Camden University freshman Amanda Hickman (Millville) won her fifth New Jersey Athletic Conference Tennis Rookie of the Week honor.

In her final match of the season, Hickman swept her opponent 6-0, 6-1 at first singles. Last year’s first-team Press All-Star finished with a 15-3 record and a 5-1 conference mark. At first doubles, she went 10-5. Hickman holds the program’s single-season mark and career mark in singles (15), doubles (10) and overall (25).

Stonehill College senior Paige Frost (Holy Spirit) teamed up with Bailey Paradiso to place fourth in the No. 1 doubles flight at the New England Championships. The duo finished the season 12-3.

Women’s soccer

Senior Nicolette Hensel (Buena Regional) moved into the Misericordia University career top 10 in assists with her ninth and 10th of the season as the Cougars beat Manhattanville College 5-0.

Felician College freshman Macki Groves (Millville) received her second Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Women’s Soccer Rookie of the Week honors.

She scored twice as the Golden Falcons went 1-1 for the week. Groves has six goals, ranked second on Felician and 16th in the conference.

Shepherd University junior forward Morgan Gabriel (Holy Spirit) was named the West Virginia Intercollegiate Ath-letic Conference women’s soccer player of the week.

Gabriel aided the Rams as they went 2-0 with three goals. With the WVIAC tournament on the line, Gabriel scored the lone goal in a 1-0 victory over Ohio Valley. The win helped the Rams gain the No. 4 seed in the tournament.

Katie Lindacher (Egg Harbor Township) recorded a goal and an assist as The College of New Jersey fell to Kean University in a penalty-kick shootout. It was Lindacher’s team-leading 12th goal of the season.

Chestnut Hill College junior midfielder Carly DiGiovanni (Ocean City) scored two second-half goals in a 3-0 win over Shippensburg University. DiGiovanni scored two goals on three shots.

Rutgers-Camden sophomore midfielder Rebecca Gougher (Absegami) recorded an assist in a 2-1 overtime victory over New Jersey City University.

Field hockey

Freshman Roisin Dougherty (Ocean City) made six saves for No. 10 The College of New Jersey in a 4-3 victory over SUNY Cortland. It was her 14th win of the season. Earlier in the week, Dougherty made six saves at the Lions beat Manhattanville College 6-1. She also stopped a career-high seven shots in a 4-1 win against Salisbury University.

McDaniel College’s Katie Corson (Ocean City) tallied her 10th assist of the season in a 3-2 win over Washington to tie the single-season program record set in 2002 by Kim Camponelli.

Men’s cross country

Joe Hartline (Buena Regional) and Dan Murray (Ocean City) took 49th and 53rd place, respectively, as Rowan finished second at the NJAC Championships at Stockton.

Women’s swimming

Montclair State University junior Kelsie Donahue (Egg Harbor Township) earned 14 points in the Red Hawks’ season-opening victory and was the NJAC Swimmer of the Week. She was first in the 1000 freestyle, third in the 100 backstroke and a member of the third-place 200 medley relay team.

Widener University junior Colleen Tighe (Mainland Regional) won the 1,000 and 500-yard freestyle in a 137-125 loss to the University of Scranton.

Tighe was also a member of the second-place 200 freestyle relay team.

Women’s diving

Michelle Heinemann (Egg Harbor Township) of West Chester University took first in the one-meter (248.48) and three-meter (249.56) diving competitions in a 122-119 upset of Division I Lehigh University.

Montclair State University freshman Natalie Papantoniou (Mainland) was named the NJAC Diver of the Week. Papantoniou took third in the first section of the one-meter dive with a score of 138.15. Papantoniou was first in the second section of one-meter diving (126.53.)

Men’s diving

Rider University junior Trevor Hiller (Absegami) earned his second consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference diver of the week honors. He took the one- (315.60) and three-meter (320.77) diving competitions to help the Broncs beat Seton Hall for the first time since 2009-2010.

Women’s cross country

Rowan University junior Meghan Borz (Buena Regional) placed third in 22 minutes, 24.35 seconds to help the Profs win the NJAC Championship at Richard Stockton College. It was Rowan’s second straight conference title. Priscila Antuna (Southern Regional) placed 17th (23:51.0) and Catherine Nolan (Holy Spirit) was 53rd (26:39.12).

Men’s soccer

Rowan’s Michael Fanz-Huster (Hammonton) made seven saves for his third solo shutout in a 1-0 victory over William Paterson in the first round of the NJAC tournament. In a 4-2 win over TCNJ, Fanz-Huster made five saves.

Mitch Grotti (Millville) scored his 10th goal of the season as Rutgers-Camden beat New Jersey City University 5-0. Joe Auleta (Hammonton) registered an assist.

Men’s crew

University of Washington coxswain Seamus Labrum (Holy Spirit) led his boat to gold at the 48th Head of the Charles regatta in Boston. The boat finished in 14:37.27.

Cambridge University cox-swain Sam Ojserkis (Mainland Regional) led the men’s eight to a first-place finish at the Diamond Jubilee Rowing Championships on Dorney Lake in Eton.