Michael Illick (Middle Township H.S.) picked up three wins for the Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham swim team over the weekend.

In a 107-58 win over Lebanon Valley, the junior won the 100-yard breaststroke (1:18.93) and the 200 individual medley (2:37.31). He also swam on the winning 200 medley relay (2:07.19).

Joining Illick on the winning relay was sophomore Josh Atkins (Cumberland Reg-ional). Atkins also was second in the 100 butterfly (1:09.78) and second in the 400 free (4:49.02).

Joey Rogers (Mainland Regional) swam on Lehigh’s winning 400-yard freestyle relay team (3:07.16) in a 203.5-96.5 loss to Army West Point. He also tied for second in the 100 free (47.43).

Justin Liu (Mainland) and Brandon McKenzie (Brigantine resident) swam on Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s winning 400 medley relay in a 157-85 win over Coast Guard.

The relay team set a Roland Pool record in New London, Connecticut, in 3:27.31.

Cristian Bell (Egg Harbor Township) won the 200 backstroke (1:50.20) for Yale in a 191-97 win over Seton Hall.

Women’s swimming

Aly Chain (Ocean City) won the 100 butterfly (1:00.73) in Iona’s tri-meet against Stony Brook (won 174-113) and Adelphi (won 217-42). She was also on the second-place 200 medley relay (1:52.23) and fifth in the 50 free (25.59).

Amanda Nunan (Ocean City) won the 1,650 freestyle (16:22.95) for Tennessee in a 178-122 loss to Virginia.

Tori DeLusant (Oakcrest) was second in the 200 backstroke (2:26.55) and 200 IM (2:23.74) for Cabrini in a 187-75 loss to Widener.

Ashley Lawler (Mainland) won the 3-meter dive (178.13 points) for William Paterson in a 97-69 win over Brooklyn. She won the 1- and 3-meter dives in a 97-52 win over Lehman.

Women’s gymnastics

Brown’s Erin Howell (EHT) recorded a 9.450 on the bars in a 192.400-186.900 loss to Alaska Anchorage. She registered a 9.500 on the bars in a 191.025-188.900 loss to Alaska Anchorage.

Men’s basketball

Sa’eed Nelson (St. Augustine Prep) had 25 points, five rebounds and four assists in American’s 71-63 win over Navy. He had 18 points, seven assists and six rebounds in a 55-54 loss to Bucknell.

Caleb Fields (Wildwood Catholic) had four points and two rebounds in Bowling Green’s 82-63 win over Ohio.

He had three points, two steals and a rebound in a 97-87 win over Central Michigan, helping the Falcons win their seventh straight and improve to 11-5.

Tyler Jones (Holy Spirit) had two points and three rebounds in Maryland Eastern Shore’s 79-39 loss to Howard. He had 13 points and four rebounds in a 61-48 loss to North Carolina Central.

Osun Osunniyi (Mainland) on Monday was named the Atlantic 10 Conference Rookie of the Week.

He had 10 points and 12 rebounds in St. Bonaventure’s 73-47 win over Saint Joseph’s. He had 16 points, 12 rebounds, three assists and three blocks in a 71-64 win over Fordham.

The 6-foot-10 freshman from Pleasantville has three double-doubles this season.

Ed McWade (Wildwood Catholic) scored 13 points in Chestnut Hill’s 85-68 loss to Jefferson.

He also had 18 points and nine rebounds in a 98-64 loss to Bloomfield.

Peyton Wejnert (Southern Regional) had 24 points and seven rebounds in Pace’s 81-78 loss to Southern New Hampshire.

Tanner Kerr (Middle Township) had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the University of the Sciences’ 84-78 win over Georgian Court. He had seven points, six rebounds and three assists in an 86-67 loss to Felician.

Gabe Michnya (Mainland) scored four in Bryn Athyn’s 103-91 loss to Cairn.

Trey Smith (Wildwood Catholic) scored five in Cabrini’s 78-74 loss to Marywood. He scored eight in a 96-86 win over Wesley.

Divine Anderson (Pleasantville) had 15 points, three assists and three steals in Centenary’s 84-74 win over Rosemont.

In Drew’s 88-84 win over Susquehanna, Nate Aldrich (St. Augustine) had 20 points, seven rebounds and three blocks, and Drew Gallagher (Holy Spirit) added three points.

In Drew’s 85-50 win over Goucher, Aldrich had 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Gallagher had five points, five assists and two rebounds.

Ethan Dubois (Southern) had eight points, five assists and four rebounds in Elizabethtown’s 71-58 win over Goucher.

He also had two points, five assists and five rebounds in an 84-70 loss to Susquehanna.

C.J. Barnes (Holy Spirit) had 10 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals in Moravian’s 79-37 win over Juniata.

In Rowan’s 98-70 win over Kean, Ryan Legler (Wildwood Catholic) had 11 points and three rebounds. Jonathan Hevalow (Atlantic Christian) had five points. In a 76-71 win over Rutgers-Newark, Hevalow had two points and two rebounds.

Trai Greer (Middle Township) had 14 points and seven rebounds in Rutgers-Camden’s 86-65 loss to Montclair State. He had two points, three rebounds and three assists in an 81-57 loss to New Jersey City.

In Widener’s 95-75 loss to Middlebury, Connor Laverty (Ocean City) scored 21, and Pat Holden (Lower Cape May Regional) added five.

In a 101-71 loss to Stevenson, Holden scored 15, and Laverty added seven points and three rebounds.

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I graduated from Rowan University in 2011 where I studied journalism. I covered local high school and college sports at the South Jersey Times and Vineland Daily Journal. I have been a sports reporter with The Press since July of 2013

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