Susquehanna freshman Pierce Mead (Mendham) was named Landmark Conference Defensive Athlete of the Week for lacrosse on Monday. He won 15 of 18 faceoffs in Susquehanna’s 13-3 victory over Washington & Jefferson on Saturday, helping to keep the opponents off the scoreboard in two quarters. Mead finished with seven ground balls in the contest. He is 61-110 in faceoffs (0.555 percent), and he has 34 total ground balls this season.
Middlebury junior Jon Broome (Mountain Lakes) scored his 100th career goal as Middlebury defeated Springfield 16-8 on Wednesday, finishing with two goals and four assists. In a 14-9 loss to Bates on Saturday, Broome had a hat trick and is tied for first in scoring with 13 goals and 12 assists so far this season.
Denver freshman Trevor Baptiste (Morristown-Beard) was named to the Tewaaraton Watch List on April 9. The midfielder/faceoff specliast leads the country in faceoff winning percentage and has won 180-of-255 after he finished 15-of-23 in a 18-5 win over St. John’s on Saturday. He also has four goals and four assists this season.
Junior midfielder Andrew Reynolds (Montville) had a hat trick and one assist as Misericordia beat Delaware Valley 18-5 on Saturday. Senior goalie Patrick Johnson (Montville) made nine saves.
Senior attack Clay Haarmann (Delbarton) scored four goals as Holy Cross fell to Colgate 14-13 on Saturday.
Freshman attack Devin Lyons (Hackettstown) had two assists as Drew fell to Catholic 14-7 on Saturday. On Tuesday in a 15-6 loss to Vassar, Lyons and freshman midfielder Arty Warden (Roxbury) each scored a goal.
Junior attack Trevor Krupinski (Boonton) had four goals and four assists as Centenary defeated Neumann 16-5 on Saturday. During a 17-7 loss to Marywood on Wednesday, Krupinski and junior attack Anthony Biango (Vernon) each scored a goal.
Sophomore attack Kevin Lewis (Delbarton) had a hat trick and two assists as Lafayette fell to Bucknell 14-13 on Saturday. Junior attack Rob Orazietti (Mountain Lakes) had one goal and one assist. Freshman midfielder Will McCarthy (Delbarton) also scored. On Tuesday in a 16-6 victory over NJIT, Orazietti finished with four goals and two assists. Lewis totaled a hat trick and one assist.
Senior midfielder Billy Burgoyne (Mountain Lakes) had a hat trick as Stevenson beat Arcadia 21-3 on Saturday. Junior midfielder Dylan Muti (Mountain Lakes) had one goal and one assist. In a 16-6 victory over York (Pa.) on Friday, Burgoyne scored a goal and Muti chipped in an assist.
Senior attack/midfielder Colin McLinden (Madison) had a goal and an assist as Fairfield fell to Towson 8-7 on Saturday.
Sophomore Ryan Van Bochoven (Pequannock) had two goals and one assist as Messiah defeated Lebanon Valley 11-7 on Saturday. In a 13-6 win over Lycoming on Wednesday, the attack had a hat trick.
Sophomore attack Jake Haimson (Montville) scored twice as Scranton beat Merchant Marine 9-7 on Saturday. Senior attack Anthony Lombardo (Mendham) scored twice. On Tuesday in a 13-8 loss to Franklin & Marshall, Haimson totaled four goals and Lombardo had a hat trick and an assist.
Senior attack Andrew Portnoy (Mountain Lakes) scored a goal as Michigan fell to Ohio State 13-8 on Sunday.
Freshman attack Christian Cuccinello (Mountain Lakes) had two goals and one assist as Villanova fell to Georgetown 17-8 on Saturday. Sophomore midfielder Kurt Naslonski (Randolph) also scored.
Senior midfielder Nick Ardolino (Hanover Park) finished with a hat trick and one assist as FDU-Florham beat Kings 10-9 on Saturday. Sophomore midfielder Dalton Rimmer (Vernon) also scored. Ardolino had a hat trick and one assist in a 13-4 win over Delaware Valley on Wednesday.
Freshman Niko Del Moro (Montville) scored a goal as Muhlenberg fell to McDaniel 14-8 on Saturday. Mendham’s John Hetzel (Seton Hall Prep) had two assists and senior Connor Winter (Mountain Lakes) had one assist. In a 7-5 loss to Haverford on Wednesday, Hetzel had one goal and one assist. Winter scored a goal.
Freshman attack J.P. Southren (Randolph) had a hat trick as Stevens beat Houghton 24-3 on Saturday. Morris Plains’ Ryan Giordano (Seton Hall Prep) had one goal and one assist.
Sophomore midfielder Austin Williams (Delbarton) scored a goal and finished 7-of-14 on faceoffs as Harvard fell to Penn 10-9 on Saturday. In a 9-8 win over Boston University on Tuesday, Morristown’s Walker Kirby (Lawrenceville School) scored.
Track and Field
Moravian junior Gavin Bailey was named the Landmark Conference men’s Field Athlete of the Week on Monday. He had a pair of ECAC-qualifying performances at the Coach P Open, finishing third in the long jump (career-best 22-7.75) and third in the 400 hurdles (55.95). Bailey also ran the leadoff leg of Moravian’s sixth-place 4×400. Senior Morgan Redmond (Kinnelon) was part of host Moravian’s winning 4×100 and 4×400. Greyhounds freshman Kyle Allison (Mountain Lakes) was fourth (ECAC-qualifying 190-0). East Stroudsburg junior Derrick Washington (Morris Hills) finished second in the 400 hurdles at the Coach P Open. Lehigh sophomore Marissa Karl (Mount Olive) finished second in the 800. DeSales sophomore Rob Amoroso (Mount Olive) placed eighth in the javelin.
Georgia freshman Keturah Orji (Mount Olive) shattered two school records with NCAA-leading marks at the Spec Towns National Team Invitational on Saturday. Orji leaped 21-83/4 to win the long jump, the No. 1 mark by an American this year — surpassing former Olympic silver medalist Hyleas’ Fountain’s school record from ’04. She also surpassed a 20-year-old school record with a 45-21/4 to win the triple jump, No. 3 on the 2015 world list and the top mark by an American this year. Wake Forest junior Samantha Jones (Randolph) was second in the 1,500.
Slippery Rock sophomore Jordan Pacheco (Morris Hills) was the first Division II finisher and placed third overall in the pole vault at the Bucknell Classic, with an NCAA-provisional clearance of 4.95 meters. That mark ranks first in the PSAC this season and 11th among all Division II athletes. Lafayette junior Devin Smith (Andover/Pope John) won the 400 meters in a school-record 55.66. Junior Alyssa Brindle (Morris Knolls) was part of Allegheny’s school-record 4×800 (9:30.64) on Sunday. Freshman Greg Arabagian (Morristown) and senior Louis Stengel (Vernon) were part of Stevens Tech’s school-record 4×800. Arabagian also had a personal best in the 800 (1:57.62), and was part of the Ducks’ season-best 4×400. Stevens junior Kate Moyer (Long Valley/Villa Walsh) finished sixth in the 5,000 (personal best 18:01.16). Sophomore Laura Papili (Mendham) was part of host Bucknell’s third-place 4×400. Bison junior Jen Silvestri (Sparta) finished fifth in the 400 hurdles (season-best 1:01.23). Lehigh sophomore Katie Hatler (Jefferson) finished ninth in the 100 hurdles.
Boston College sophomore Claudia DiSomma (Sparta) won the 800 meters (2:13.68) at UMass’ invitational on Saturday.
Lafayette freshman Dina Naphor (Flanders/Pope John) finished fourth in her first heptathlon at Kutztown’s Mondschein Multis. She totaled 4,171 points — seventh in school history — while winning the 100 hurdles (15.28) and the 200 meters (26.26).
Colby-Sawyer senior Heather Faase (Jefferson) won the 400 at the Smith Pioneer Invitational on Saturday.
Montclair State sophomore Matt Santangelo (Hanover Park) won the shot put at TCNJ’s New Jersey Invitational. TCNJ sophomore Andrew Tedeschi (Montville) won the 3K. Lions sophomore Alex Cary (Morristown) was third in the 800.
Sophomore Zach Davis (Sparta) finished third in the high and long jumps as Liberty won the men’s team title at the Duke Invitational.
Junior Emily Muniz (Parsippany Hills) finished seventh in the hammer at George Mason’s own invitational. LaSalle sophomore Stephen Lewandowski (Mountain Lakes) finished 22nd in the 1,500 (career-best 3:53.4).
Junior Jon Knipper (Randolph) won the 3,000-meter steeplechase (10:04.59) at Rider’s invitational.
Johns Hopkins sophomore Tom Pavarini (Mendham) finished seventh in the 1,500 at the Hopkins/Loyola Invite on Saturday.
Morgan Pearson (New Vernon/Delbarton) finished seventh in the 800 at Colorado’s own invitational.
Rutgers junior Kyle Holder (Randolph) won the 400 hurdles in a personal-best 52.75 at the Princeton Quad. Scarlet Knights sophomore Nicholas Patterson (Boonton/Morris Knolls) finished third in the pole vault. Monmouth’s Malcolm Chavis (Roxbury), Dylan Capwell (Hopatcong) and Ben Boyd (West Morris) went 1-2-3 in the 400 meters. Hawks senior Taylor Bernstein (Montville) was second in the shot put, and sophomore Troy Andretta (Kinnelon) third in the hammer.
Tulane senior Jessica Knierim (Randolph/Morris Tech) finished third in the pole vault at the South Alabama Invitational.
Caldwell freshman Nicole Ough (Randolph) was named the ECAC Division II Women’s Track and Field Athlete and Rookie of the Week on Wednesday. Ough won the discus in a school-record 100-9 at the Oscar Moore Open, her collegiate debut. She also finished ninth in the javelin and 10th in the shot put.
Senior Daniel Albers (Morris Knolls) won 6-0, 6-0 at first singles as Salisbury defeated Elizabethtown 9-0 on Sunday. At first doubles Albers won 8-1. On Saturday in a 9-0 win over St. Mary’s (Md.), Albers won at first doubles 8-1.
Senior Scott Vander Veen (Sparta) won at third singles 6-1, 6-1 as Drew defeated Susquehanna 9-0 on Saturday. Senior Sal Scalfani (Morristown-Beard) won at No. 5 singles 6-0, 6-0. Vander Veen and Scalfani teamed up to win 8-0 at second doubles.
Sophomore Matt Prendergast (Mount Olive) won at second singles 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 as Scranton beat Drew 8-1 on Sunday. Prendergast also won at second doubles, 8-4, while senior Kevin Prendergast (Mount Olive) won at third doubles 8-2.
Sophomore Jamie Campisi (Villa Walsh) won at third singles 6-0, 6-0 and freshman Kirstin Godau (Montville) won at No. 5 singles 6-2, 6-2 as Lehigh defeated Colgate 7-0 on Saturday. Campisi also won at first doubles 8-2, while Godau teamed up to win at third doubles 8-7 (4).
Senior shortstop Jeane Drury (Morris Catholic) had a home run, two RBI and scored a run as Pace defeated Southern Connecticut 9-5 in the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday.
Freshman Megan Patierno (Montville) had a home run, two RBI and scored a run as Hofstra defeated Drexel 10-1 on Sunday.
Junior center fielder Nicole Iannarone (Madison) had an RBI and scored a run as Muhlenberg defeated Gettysburg 8-5 on Sunday. Junior second baseman Taylor Trifiolis (Whippany Park) scored a run. Junior right fielder Amie DeFeo (Newton) scored a run and had an RBI. Sophomore shortstop Courtney Simon (Whippany Park) scored a run. During an 8-4 win over Moravian on Thursday, Iannarone finished 4-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and three runs scored. Trifiolis and DeFeo each had two RBI.
Freshman pitcher Jessica Shalongo (Montville) allowed four runs on five hits, walked five and struck out two in five innings as Delaware State defeated Coppin State 20-4 on Sunday.
Freshman left fielder Mia Baldassari (Morris Knolls) finished 3-for-4 with a run scored as Rowan defeated Stockton 5-4 in nine innings on Sunday.
Senior center fielder Kelsey Principe (Parsippany) finished 2-for-3 with a triple and a run scored as William Paterson beat Kean 2-0 on Sunday.
Pitcher Samantha Darling (Roxbury) went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored as Centenary beat Notre Dame (Md.) 10-1 on Sunday. The freshman improved to 5-4 after she allowed one run on one hit, walked two and struck out four in five innings. Sophomore catcher Heather Passaro (Vernon) had two RBI and a run scored.
Senior first baseman Caitlin O’Connor (Morris Knolls) went 2-for-4 with a home run, two runs scored and an RBI as Bloomsburg beat Mansfield 3-1 on Saturday.
Junior second baseman Tori Clarke (Morris Knolls) went 2-for-3 with a double, a run scored, an RBI and a stolen base as Christopher Newport defeated York College 11-2 on Saturday.
Freshman center fielder Allie McCourt (West Morris) had two RBI, scored a run and had a stolen base as Jacksonville defeated Georgia Southern 8-5 on Wednesday.
Centenary senior Ryan Caparoni (Roxbury) was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference Honor Roll on Tuesday after he homered three times as the Cyclones finished 2-2 last week. The utility player had a pair of doubles and drove in eight runs as he extended his hitting streak to 13 games.
Junior center fielder Frankie Tassielli (Hanover Park) finished 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored as FDU-Florham beat Delaware Valley 4-3 on Sunday. In a 7-3 victory over DeSales on Saturday, sophomore shortstop Nick DeAngelis (Morris Catholic) had two RBI and Tassielli scored a run.
Junior second baseman Ty Blankmeyer (Morristown/Seton Hall Prep) was 2-for-2 in St. John’s 19-4 loss to Seton Hall on Sunday.
NJIT junior catcher Stephan Halibej (Whippany/Seton Hall Prep) hit a double and a triple, finishing 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI in a 7-6 loss to Albany in the opener of a Saturday doubleheader.
East Hanover’s Jimmy Whelen (DePaul Catholic) had a triple, an RBI and a run scored as Franklin & Marshall beat Messiah 17-6 in eight innings on Thursday.
Florham Park’s Mike Sgaramella (Seton Hall Prep) allowed two runs on nine hits, walked five and struck out two in 5 1/3 innings as Villanova beat Penn 9-3 in eight innings on April 7.
Junior second baseman Jackson Kramer (Morristown-Beard) had an RBI and scored a run as Lafayette beat Navy 11-8 on Saturday. Junior pitcher Connor McMahon (Randolph) picked up the save after he allowed one run on three hits in 1 2/3 innings.
Senior catcher Tyler Boyd (Roxbury) had two RBI and scored twice as Seton Hall beat St. John’s 19-4 on Sunday. Senior pitcher Anthony Elia (Mount Olive) allowed one hit in one inning of work.
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