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Six Stockton University athletes earned Eastern College Athletic Conference monthly awards for April.

For men’s lacrosse, Erik Anderson was named ECAC South Player of the Month. Teammate Dante Poli was named ECAC South Rookie of the Month.

Anderson was Stockton’s leading scorer in April with 29 goals and 18 assists for 47 points. He also broke the school’s single-season assist record with 54.

Poli was second on the team in goals (27) and third in points (45).

For women’s track and field, Charlotte Leon was chosen as ECAC Metro Field Athlete of the Month, and Jy’Asia Bivins was selected as ECAC Metro Rookie of the Month.

Leon set a personal best of 48.61 meters in the hammer throw at the Osprey Open and hit a career best in the discus throw (36.45 meters) at the TCNJ Invitational.

Bivins won the long jump at the Bull Butler Invitational and Osprey Open. She also set personal bests in the triple jump (10.63m) and 200 (26.30 seconds).

The men’s track and field team also received honors. Joe D’Amico was named ECAC Metro Track Athlete of the Month, while teammate Keith Holland earned ECAC Metro Field Athlete of the Month.

D’Amico won the 1,500 at the Bill Butler Invitational and was the highest Division III finisher in the 800 at eighth.

He also helped win the 4x800 at the Osprey Open.

Holland won the pole vault at the Osprey Open (4.40m).

He also placed third in the pole vault at the TCNJ Invitational (4.55m), becoming the top Division III finisher.

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