Senior Morgan Pearson (New Vernon/Delbarton) finished 25th (30:16.1) as Colorado placed second at the NCAA Division I Championships in Louisville, Ky., on Saturday.
Wake Forest senior Samantha Jones (Randolph) capped her collegiate cross country career with a 34th-place finish (20:22.5) in a 254-runner field, earning All-American status. Jones’ finish was the best by a Demon Deacon at the NCAA Championships since ’06. Junior Emily Bushey (Vernon) finished 179th (21:25) and scored as Providence placed fourth as a team.
Senior Alyssa Brindle (Morris Knolls) was Allegheny’s second finisher at the NCAA Division III Championships at Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She crossed in 22:48.51, breaking the 23-minute mark for the fourth time in six races.
LaSalle junior Steven Lewandowski placed 16th (25:54.4) at the IC4A/ECAC Championships at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx on Saturday.
Richmond senior Tara Hanley (Chatham) was named to the Atlantic-10 cross country All-Academic team. A philosophy, politics, economics and law major with a concentration in politics, she has a 3.27 GPA. She had three top six finishes and was Richmond’s top finisher in three of its six races this fall.
Ohio Wesleyan senior striker Brian Schaefer (Chatham) has been named a CoSIDA Division III second-team academic All-American. He had 15 goals and a North Coast Athletic Conference leading 15 assists this season, sharing the NCAC lead with 41 points. He is majoring in accounting and with a minor in management economics.
Harvard senior striker Michael Innocenzi (Delbarton) was named honorable mention All-Ivy. He had five goals, fourth in the Ivy League.
Danny Weiss (Montville) scored 20 points to lead Susquehanna to a 92-60 win over King’s in the championship game of SU’s annual Pepsi Tip-Off Tournament.
Ryan Kelley (Roxbury) scored 14 points in Arcadia’s 90-87 double overtime win over Old Westbury.
Ithaca’s Carroll Rich (Morris Knolls) scored 11 points and grabbed five rebounds in the team’s 93-68 win over Cobleskill.
Junior Patrick Barron (West Morris) scored 25 points in Stevens’ 118-100 win over Drew.
Sophomore Rashaan Spencer (Mount Olive) finished with 18 points and five rebounds in Centenary’s 80-66 loss to Swarthmore.
Junior Zack Frick (Sparta) scored 10 points for William Paterson in its 80-66 loss to Brooklyn.
Sophomore Aliyah Huland El (Randolph) notched her second-straight 20-point performance in Virginia’s 81-46 win over Longwood.
Liz Malman (Mendham) scored a game-high 18 points to go along with five rebounds, three assists, and three steals to lead Connecticut College to a 85-34 win over Clark University.
Sophomore Anna Toke (Morris Catholic) had nine points in Stevens’ 65-64 win over Guilford.
Liana Ilutzi (East Hanover) scored 10 points and had a game-high eight assists, but MIT fell to Heidelberg, 75-66.
Junior Heather Yaros (Hopatcong) had 10 points and four rebounds to help Centenary College to a 73-57 win over St. Joseph’s (LI).
Samantha Tabakman (Pequannock) scored 17 points, grabbed five rebounds and had three steals in Rhode Island’s 67-58 loss to Albany.
Amanda Berntsen (Chatham) had 10 points and five rebounds in Princeton’s 71-64 loss to Seton Hall.
Sophomore Charlotte Schum (Morris Catholic) had 10 points in TCNJ’s 66-48 loss to Montclair.
Junior Alana Dudley (Whippany Park) dished out seven assists in NJIT’s63-50 loss to Marshall.
Sophomore Brielle Kelly (West Morris) led Mansfield with 11 points, but Edinboro defeated the Mountaineers 95-61.
Drew freshman Mack Fox (Randolph) won the 500-yard freestyle (5:22.48) in a tri-meet loss on Saturday. Senior David Nadler (Randolph) and freshman Alexiy Stolyarov (Kittatinny) were part of FDU-Florham’s winning 200 free relay.
Freshman Liza MacCowatt (New Vernon/Morristown-Beard) swam the breaststroke leg on Middlebury’s winning 200 medley relay in a tri-meet split on Saturday.
Holy Cross sophomore Maura Mullaney (St. Elizabeth) scored points in all of her events – the 100 and 200 butterfly, 200 individual medley, 200 medley relay, 400 medley relay, and 200 free relay — earning personal best times in five of them, at the Harold Anderson Invitational.
Freshman Regan Kology (Chatham) won the 1,000 free (10:12.78) as Harvard toppled Columbia on Friday.
Senior Melissa Feeney (Morris Plains/St. Elizabeth) won the 100 breaststroke and swam the breaststroke leg of Lehigh’s winning 400 medley relay in a dual-meet defeat of Lafayette on Friday.
Senior Jenna Immormino (Chester) won the 50 and 100 freestyle as Cornell fell to both Princeton and Penn on Friday.
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