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CNBNews College Sports Report for Saturday's Events (8/31/13)

ROWAN MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY FINISHES THIRD AT THE SALISBURY FALL CLASSIC

SALISBURY, MD – The Rowan University men’s cross country team finished third at the Salisbury Fall Classic on Saturday.  The meet was held at Winterplace Park.    

Rob Rawls (so. Runnemede, NJ/Triton Reg.) was the first Prof to finish the 8K race.  He came in third with a time of 25:59.12.  Jeff Tauriello (sr. Florham Park, NJ/Hanover Park) came in 14th (26:55.93) and Tim Dole (so. Mantua, NJ/Clearview Reg.) was 18th (27:04.96).  Joe Capolino (so. Old Bridge, NJ/Old Bridge) had a 30th place (27:52.96) and Tim Rearden (jr. Burlington, NJ/Burlington Twp.) was 33rd (28:02.21).  



Raj Singh (jr. Parsippany Hills, NJ/Parsippany Hills) finished 38th (28:17.81) while Rob Buzby (jr. Medford, NJ/Shawnee) and Tyler Shields (fr. Mullica Hill, NJ/Clearview Reg.) were 48th (28:35.35) and 52nd (28:40.15) respectively.  Joe Hartline (so. Williamstown, NJ/Buena Reg.) took 57th (28:48.44) and Dave Quimby (jr. Mount Laurel, NJ/Lenape) was 59th (28:50.64).


Team Scores
1 Navy 29
2 Johns Hopkins 45
3 Rowan University 92 
4 Salisbury Alumni 99
5 Salisbury 131
6 St. Mary’s (MD) 150
7 Loyola (MD) 175
8 Wesley 264
9 Shenandoah 269

10 Marymount (VA) 273

 ROWAN WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY TOOK SECOND AT THE SALISBURY FALL CLASSIC

SALISBURY, MD – The Rowan University women’s cross country team took second at the Salisbury Fall Classic on Saturday.  The race was held at Winterplace Park.  

Meghan Borz (sr. Buena, NJ/Buena Reg.) ran 22:02.45 over the 6K course and came in second.  Christin Bettis (so. Hammonton, NJ/Hammonton) finished ninth (22:44.00).  Gabby Prendergast (sr. Blackwood, NJ/Highland Reg.) had a 16th place (23:27.43) and Larissa Pywowariw (fr. Bordentown, NJ/Bordentown Reg.) followed 18th (23:32.74).  Onyi Obelle (so. Hackensack, NJ/Hackensack) took 22nd (23;50.02) and Priscila Antuna (sr. Waretown, NJ/Southern Reg.) was 36th (24:27.64).  

Samantha Farina (jr. Bayville, NJ/Central Reg.) came in 38th (24:36.87) while Grace Kaler (sr. Parsippany, NJ/Parsippany Hills) and Kathryn Juniewicz (fr. Galloway, NJ/Absegami) were 43rd (24:51.30) and 44th (24:54.38) respectively.  Rachel Greenberg (jr. Pitman, NJ/Pitman) took 50th (25:20.84).  Catherine Nolan (jr. Egg Harbor Twp., NJ/Holy Spirit) finished 64th (25:40.75).  


Team Scores
1 Johns Hopkins 23
2 Rowan University 55
3 Loyola (MD) 64
4 Marymount (VA) 143
5 Salisbury 151
6 St. Mary’s (MD) 152
7 Shenandoah 203
8 Anne Arundel Community College 235

9 Wesley 262

 Lions jumpstart season at Blue/Gold Classic

Ewing, NJ … The College of New Jersey men’s cross country team is officially off to the races as they hosted the annual Blue/Gold Classic at Rosedale Park in Hopewell, NJ.

The Lions were joined by a pair of Division I programs in Rider University and St. Joseph’s University for the 5k event. Freshman Andrew Tedeschi (Montville, NJ/Montville) shined in his first collegiate event as he posted the top time for TCNJ and 10th-fastest overall. Tedeschi crossed the finish line in 16:09.40, a pace of 5:12 per mile.

Right behind the rookie was veteran senior Dominic Tasco (Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater-Raritan), who posted a time of 16:11.14 to place 11th. The Lions also boasted the 12th and 13th-place finishers in freshmen Kevin Scott (Ocean City, NJ/Ocean City) and Brandon Mazzarella (Marlboro, NJ/Manalapan). The rookie duo registered finishes of 16:11.64 and 16:12.79.

Junior Andrew Wilson (Wyckoff, NJ/Ramapo) and senior Mike Jones (Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater-Raritan) also had solid outings on opening day. Wilson raced to a finish of 16:26.08, while Jones completed the course in 16:33.62.

Rider’s Anthony Dentino won the 5k event with a time of 15:19.31. He was followed by runner-up Dan Savage of St. Joseph’s University. He posted a time of 15:39.74.

The Lions enjoy a week off for training before resuming competition on Saturday, September 14 at the Ramapo Roadrunner Invitational in Mahwah, NJ at 11 a.m.

 

TCNJ suffers overtime setback to Rhode Island college

Mahwah, NJ … The College of New Jersey men’s soccer team suffered a tough setback as they fell in double-overtime to Rhode Island College 2-1 at the President’s Cup held at Ramapo College.

Emmanuel Asiedu converted a penalty kick 2:47 into the second overtime to clinch the second victory in as many games for the Anchormen (2-0).

Senior Kevin Shaw (Brookside, NJ/West Morris Mendham) gave the Lions (1-1) a 1-0 lead with two minutes remaining in the first half. It was the third goal in two games for the veteran forward. TCNJ came out strong in the second half, testing goalkeeper Chris Moura several times, but Rhode Island capitalized on its first shot of the period to tie the game 1-1.

The Lions continued to apply pressure throughout the half. They outshot the Anchormen 10-2 in the period and 17-8 on the game. Moura finished the game with seven saves. TCNJ goalkeeper Aaron Utman (Hopewell, NJ/Hopewell Valley) recorded three saves in the first half. Sophomore Maciej Libucha (Woodland Park, NJ/Passaic Valley) played the second half and overtime periods.

Following a week of practice, the Lions will compete in the Rowan Invitational Tournament in Glassboro, NJ. They will square off against Gwynedd-Mercy College on Friday, September 6 at 6 p.m.

 

TCNJ WOMEN’S TENNIS EXTENDS NJAC WIN STREAK TO 149 SRAIGHT 
Ewing, NJ… The College of New Jersey women’s team pushed its impressive conference winning to 149 straight as the Lions breezed past host Kean University on Saturday.

The Lions won the match 6-0, with the Cougars forfeiting three matches.

TCNJ is idle until September 11 when they continue conference play with a match at Richard Stockton College. 

The College of New Jersey 9, Kean University 0
Singles competition 
1. Katie Buchbinder (TCNJ) def. Debra Dress (KEAN) 6-2, 6-0
2. Jasmine Muniz-Cadorette (TCNJ) def. Jaelynn Lee (KEAN) 6-2, 6-0
3. Tara Criscuolo (TCNJ) def. Erin Hendricks (KEAN) 6-0, 6-0
4. Sarah Lippincott (TCNJ) def. Brianna Martin (KEAN) 6-0, 6-0
Doubles competition 
1. Jasmine Muniz-Cadorette/Katie Buchbinder (TCNJ) def. Jaelynn Lee/Debra Dress (KEAN) 8-3
2. Tara Criscuolo/Victoria Michels (TCNJ) def. Brianna Martin/Erin Hendricks (KEAN) 8-2

 

TCNJ off to the races at Blue/Gold Classic

Hopewell, NJ … The College of New Jersey women’s cross country team opened its cross country season as they hosted the annual Blue/Gold Classic at Rosedale Park in Hopewell, NJ.

The Lions received an exceptional effort from junior Tara Nealon (Howell, NJ/Howell) as finished third out of 38 runners with a time of 19:15.61 in the 5k event. The field included a pair of Division I programs in Rider University and St. Joseph’s University as the Broncs’ Megan Elgin registered the fastest time, winning the race in 19:02.61.

Senior Sarah Polansky (Oakland, NJ/Indian Hills) finished eighth in the race with a time of 19:46.49. Classmate Anginelle Alabanza (East Brunswick, NJ/East Brunswick) was also a top-ten finisher, clocking a time of 19:56. Junior Jillian Manzo (West Babylon, NY/West Babylon) placed 11th overall with a finish of 20:06.37.

Sophomore Melissa Lerit (Morristown, NJ/Morristown) and junior Megan Stack (Hellertown, Pa/Saucon Valley) also produced solid performances. Lerit posted 20:18.48 and Stack crossed the line in 20:19.08. The pair finished 14th and 15th in the event.

The Lions enjoy a week off for training before resuming competition on Saturday, September 14 at the Ramapo Roadrunner Invitational in Mahwah, NJ at 11 a.m.

 

ROWAN FIELD HOCKEY DEFEATS HAVERFORD COLLEGE, 2-1

GLASSBORO, NJ – The Rowan University field hockey team defeated Haverford College, 2-1 in the season opener on Saturday at Coach Richard Wackar Stadium.  

Forward Jenna Pressler (fr. Medford, NJ/Shawnee) scored the winning goal at 51:22 with an assist from forward Kellie Campbell (jr. Clark, NJ/Arthur L. Johnson).  The Profs ended the game with 19 shots while the Fords had six.

Rowan goalie Steph Colombo (sr. Moorestown, NJ/Camden Catholic) made three saves and Haverford goalie Lindsey Lopes (so. Fairfield, CT/Fairfield Warde) stopped nine shots.  

Campbell put Rowan on the scoreboard first at 23:07.  She knocked in a pass from the right side from Pressler.  In the second half, midfielder Megan Holt (sr. Bryn Mawr, PA/Friends Central) produced the tying goal at 49:52.   

Next, Rowan travels to Cabrini College on Wednesday, September 4 for a 6:30 p.m. game.

 

Field Hockey Upsets 12th-Ranked TCNJ


HOBOKEN, N.J. (August 31, 2013)
 – Senior captain Marguerite Chavez (Oceanport, N.J.) converted a penalty stroke with 3:17 to play as the Stevens Institute of Technology field hockey team earned a come-from-behind 4-3 win over No. 12 The College of New Jersey Saturday at the De Baun Athletic Complex.

 

The Chavez goal was her second of the game, and the Ducks were able to erase deficits of 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2 before taking the lead for good in the 67th minute of action.

 

The win is the first in program history for Stevens over TCNJ and evens the Ducks’ record to 1-1 on the year. The Lions fall to 0-1.

 

It was a see-saw battle from the start, with the Lions jumping on top early behind an unassisted tally from junior forward Erin Healy (Spring Lake Heights. N.J.). Healy was able to track down a pass that was lofted over the Stevens defense by freshman Jaclyn Douglas (Malvern, Pa.), dribble the ball into the circle and angle her shot into the lower-left corner of the goal in the seventh minute.

 

The Ducks responded, generating several chances before getting a marker off a penalty corner. Chavez inserted to senior back Megan Traub (Berkeley Heights, N.J.). Traub then passed to her right, finding sophomore midfielder Erin Silvestri (Beverly, Mass.), who scored from the top of the circle at the 23:53 mark.

 

TCNJ regained the lead with just 41 seconds to play in the first when freshman Lexi Smith (Florence, N.J.) was in the right spot at the right time on the left side of the goal following a penalty corner. The ball bounced out to the rookie after a scrum, and she was able to notch the first tally of her career.

 

The Ducks tied things up (2-2) early in the second when Chavez scored her first of the game. The veteran received a cross at the top of the circle from Silvestri, made a couple slick moves before hammering home her shot.

 

Less than two minutes later, Smith converted a stroke for her second of the game to give TCNJ a 3-2 margin, but the Ducks again had the answer, this time in the form of senior forward Rachel Chavez (Oceanport, N.J.) who was able to corral a cross from freshman Nolie Prouty (Glendora, Calif.) in traffic and score with a backhanded shot. It was the first goal of the year for her and first career point for Prouty.

 

After tying the score at 3-3, Stevens took hold of the momentum, generating shot after shot and penalty corner after penalty corner. The Ducks kept fighting, eventually getting the stroke chance and winning the game.

 

The triumph marks the first win over a ranked opponent since November 10, 2010 for Stevens. The Ducks had been 0-9 vs. those in the NFHCA Top-20 over that span, always playing one of the tougher schedules in the nation.

 

Freshman goalkeeper Emily Stukenborg (Stockholm, N.J.) earned her first win in goal for the Ducks, making six saves. The Ducks recorded seven stops in total thanks to a key defensive save by senior back Grace Ridge (Moorestown, N.J.).

 

Stevens ended the game with a 19-16 margin in shots, including a 17-4 edge in what turned out to be a dominant second-half performance. The Ducks also finished with a slim 16-15 advantage in penalty corners.

 

Marguerite Chavez led Stevens with four points (two goals), while Silvestri had three (one goal, one assist).

 

Stevens will return to action when it hosts Kean University on September 7 at 5 p.m. All the action will be webcast live at www.Empire8.TV.

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