Susquehanna quarterback Nick Crusco (Oak Ridge) has been named the Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
Crusco threw for three scores and ran for three more to account for all six of the Crusaders’ touchdowns in a 42-35 win over Dickinson on Saturday. The sophomore finished with 287 yards on 24 completions, including three touchdowns. Crusco also ran for 65 yards and three more scores, including what proved to be the game-winning 1-yard run with 2:21 remaining in the game. Susquehanna junior Evan Argiriou (Kinnelon) was 6-for-6 on extra points.
Sophomore linebacker Matt Oplinger (Delbarton) ran a two-point conversion which lifted Yale to a 29-28 victory over Colgate in the season opener on Saturday.
Linebacker Luke Foukas (Pequannock) had three tackles and a sack as Franklin & Marshall defeated Ursinus, 17-13, in a Centennial Conference game on Saturday. Diplomats junior Steven DeLosa (Denville/Delbarton) returned two punts for 22 total yards.
Junior Esaun Mobley (Morris Knolls) made five catches for 59 yards and a touchdown in FDU-Florham’s 35-28 overtime loss to King’s College.
Sophomore Tommy Griffin (Delbarton) was named to the All-Tournament team as Cornell won the Inaria Cup this weekend.
Eric Klenofsky (Lincoln Park) made six saves as Monmouth defeated Holy Cross, 1-0, on Saturday night.
Parsippany Hills alumni Sebastian Gallo and Andrew Ruane both scored as FDU-Florham topped Berkeley College, 3-1, on Saturday.
Freshman Ryan Cronin (Newton) opened the scoring, and Susquehanna went on to beat the Merchant Marine Academy, 2-1.
Senior midfielder Grant Taylor (Mendham) converted a penalty kick as Rutgers-Camden defeated William Paterson, 3-1, on Saturday night.
Junior Kristen McNabb (Montville) scored a pair of goals on Sunday to lead top-ranked Virginia to a 5-0 win over Syracuse in the conference opener for both teams.
Sophomore Ingrid DiClemente (Kinnelon) had an assist in George Washington’s 2-0 win over Delaware State on Sunday.
Sophomore forward Tyler Madison (Parsippany Hills) scored her first goal of the season in Montclair State University’s 4-0 win over NJCU on Saturday.
Junior midfielder Sidney Gabrich (Warren Hills) scored the lone goal in William Paterson University’s 1-1 draw with Rutgers-Camden on Saturday.
Junior Ashley Granato (Whippany Park) scored in Fairleigh Dickinson’s 6-0 win over the City College of New York on Saturday.
Junior midfielder Taylor Bramley (Sparta) scored a goal in Georgian Court University’s 11-0 win over Bloomfield College on Saturday.
Freshman forward Jillian Sudo (Morris Catholic) scored her first career goal in Catholic University’s 3-2 win over Stevenson.
Sophomore midfielder Laura Bustamante (Rockaway) scored her second goal of the season and sophomore midfielder Alicia Umanzor (Morristown) scored her first goal of the season as NJCU defeated King’s College, 8-0.
Freshman Fara Cohen (Morristown) had eight kills and nine digs as Emerson swept Mount Holyoke on Saturday.
Sophomore setter Stephanie Blair (Mendham) contributed 24 assists, two aces, and eight digs as Gettysburg defeated Ursinus in its Centennial Conference opener.
Sophomore Natalie Knudsen (Mendham) had six kills as FDU-Florham swept a tri-match from CCNY and Mount St. Vincent.
Senior Vanessa Pulice (Morris Knolls) had a match-high 17 assists and three aces as Muhlenberg swept Alvernia and Hunter on Homecoming.
Sophomore Sophia Tiajoloff (Kinnelon) had 24 assists, an ace and two blocks in Vassar’s 3-0 loss to Clarkson. She added 22 assists, and two blocks in 3-0 defeat of Skidmore. Vassar sophomore Bria Corham (Montville) totaled five kills, a block and two aces.
Freshman outside hitter Judy Errichetti (Morristown) had eight kills in Ramapo’s 3-0 loss to Ithaca on Saturday.
Senior libero Michelle Merida (Parsippany) led all players with 18 digs as William Paterson split a doubleheader at Manhattanville.
Junior Caroline Laton (Kinnelon) had a team-high 16 kills, a block, an assist and an ace as Farleigh Dickinson fell to LaSalle, 3-1, on Wednesday.
Sacred Heart freshman Emma Cary (Morristown) was named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week. Carey was the highest placing freshman from the conference at the Nassaney Invitational, improving her personal best to 18:57 while placing 22nd overall.
Centenary junior Priscilla Ortiz (Morris Knolls) has been named the Colonial States Athletic Conference Women’s Runner of the Week. Ortiz placed ninth (24:46) in the Highlander Invitational, hosted by Cairn University on Sept. 19, as the Cyclones finished fifth.
TCNJ junior Andrew Tedeschi (Montville) finished third at the Rider Invitational 8K. Lions senior Marissa Lerit (Morristown) finished 29th.
Allegheny senior Alyssa Brindle finished eighth (18:33.8) at the Calvin Knight Invite.
New Paltz senior Danielle Halikias (Mount Olive) was 13th (24:54.8) at the Plattsburgh Invitational.
Bentley sophomore Seamus Higgins was 67th at the UMass-Dartmouth Invitational on Saturday.
Junior Marissa Karl (Mount Olive) was Lehigh’s fifth runner, 12th overall, in a dual-meet victory over Lafayette. Leopards sophomore Matt Weintraub (Morris Hills) placed 19th (27:58.27).
Senior Jenny Picot (Mountain Lakes) finished second (23:55) at Slippery Rock’s own invitational on Friday night.
LaSalle junior Stephen Lewandowski (Mountain Lakes) finished 26th (20:22) at Haverford’s Main Line Invitational on Friday night.
Sophomore Krysten Mayers (Parsippany) scored a pair of goals 26 seconds apart in Cornell’s 2-0 win over Maine on Sunday. Mayers was named MVP of the Catamount Field Hockey Classic in Burlington, Vt.
Freshman Amber Haslett (Butler) scored the game-winning goal in Montclair State University’s 3-2 win over Skidmore College on Sunday.
Senior goalkeeper Evie Kyritsis (Mountain Lakes) made 10 saves in MIT’s 1-0 win over Springfield College on Sunday.
Sophomore Marissa Kowalskie (Whippany Park) scored as Fairleigh Dickinson topped Moravian College, 5-0, on Saturday afternoon.
Junior Emily Stukenborg (Wallkill Valley) made three saves in goal, helping Stevens to a 2-1 win over Houghton.
Emily Rubright (West Morris) scored a goal in Messiah’s 3-2 win over Juniata College.
Junior Taylor Smith (Mendham) scored a goal in Muhlenberg’s 3-1 win over McDaniel.
Junior Jamie Campisi (Mendham) was victorious for Lehigh in a pair of consolation prizes at the Bill & Sandra Moore Invitational. Sophomore Kristin Godau (Montville) represented Lehigh in C singles and won her first match.
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