NEWS, SPORTS, COMMENTARY, POLITICS for Gloucester City and the Surrounding Areas of South Jersey and Philadelphia

Rosemarie R. Fisher-Collins, of Westville, formerly of Gloucester City; Parishioner of St. Mary’s Church
John Jan Tomkow, 74, of Audubon

TCNJ earns shutout over Rowan

Thursday, October 25, 2007      Source

The College of New Jersey women's soccer team downed Physicals Rowan, 2-0, in the final New Jersey Athletic Conference game of the regular season for both teams on Wednesday, clinching the top seed in the upcoming conference tournament.

TCNJ, ranked third in the nation, improved to 15-0-1 overall. Rowan dropped to 14-3 overall, but has the No. 2 seed in the NJAC Tournament and a first-round bye.

Midfielders Dana DiBruno and Gina Colati scored a goal apiece for TCNJ. Kristen Cubicciotti had an assist.

TCNJ outshot Rowan, 18-3, and Lions keeper Jessica Clarke made two saves for her eighth shutout of the year. Profs keeper Sarah Volkomer saved eight shots in the loss.


Rowan tops Immaculata

The Rowan women's volleyball team defeated Immaculata, 3-0, in a non-conference match.

Rowan was led by outside hitter Siobahn Young (Clearview Regional High School) with 16 kills, six digs, and four service aces. Alexis Louie (Washington Township) followed with 12 kills and three digs.


The Gloucester County College cross country teams returned from the St. Joseph's College Invitational with several awards.

The men's team placed second overall with every runner placing in the top 50. Freshman Mike Fiore (Paul IV) finished second overall in the 8K with a time of 28:55. Eric Haslem (Paulsboro), Jon Warren (Eastern), John Lloyd (Paulsboro), AJ Melora (Hammonton) and Kyle Perry (Schalick) were the other top finishers for GCC.

Heather DiCrescenzo (Triton) and Denise Belz (Gateway) placed third and fourth, respectively, for the women's team. Rosina Licciardello (Paulsboro) and Kayte Kirchner (Glassboro) were the other top finishers for the women.