Gloucester High's Austin Darrow Baseball Player of the Week | NJ.com
Former Gloucester Catholic Swimming Standout Pat Malone Earns All-Academic Honors
By gostrum on April 20, 2013 -
Rowan University’s Pat Malone, a 2010 Gloucester Catholic graduate, was selected to the Philadelphia Inquirer Men’s Swimming and Diving Academic All-Area Team.
To be nominated, student-athletes must have a 3.2 grade point average (GPA) or higher and be at least a sophomore. The teams are voted on by the sports information offices of the 28 area institutions from the Philadelphia metropolitan area.
This season, Malone earned New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) All-Conference first team honors in the 200 butterfly (1:57.12). He was a member of the All-Conference second team as a member of the 200 (1:34.08) and 400 (3:27.76) medley relays. Malone anchored both relays and swam the freestyle. He was named the NJAC Swimmer of the Week two times.
Malone had the team’s second best times in the 50 (21.29) and 100 (47.13) freestyles, the 100 (51.65) and 200 (1:57.12) butterflies and the 200 individual medley (1:56.30). In addition, he was on the Profs’ 200 (1:24.44) and 400 (3:11.20) freestyle relays and the 200 (1:34.08) and 400 (3:27.76) medley relays that had the season top times. Malone is majoring in geography
Salem Community College names Student-Athletes for March | NJ.com
Sophomore Nick DiPietropolo and freshman Marissa Kohrherr have been named Salem Community College’s Student-Athletes of the Month for March.
DiPietropolo, a pitcher and first baseman, is off to another good start for the Oaks.
So far this season, he is batting .273 and has demonstrated good control on the mound.
The Business Administration major also excels in the classroom.
Nick was named to the Director of Athletics Honor Roll for fall 2012 and is an active member of Phi Theta Kappa.
The Woodstown High School graduate resides in Pilesgrove.
Kohrherr, a shortstop and two-sport athlete for Salem Community College, has emerged as a leader this season. In addition to being a great infielder, Marissa has proven to be an offensive threat as she is currently batting .352.
The Health and Exercise Science major was named to the Director of Athletics Honor Roll for fall 2012.
A Salem High School graduate, she resides in Salem. via www.nj.com