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Four Rowan student-athletes earned NJAC Weekly honors

PITMAN, NJ - Four Rowan student-athletes earned NJAC Weekly honors for May 3 - Cat Thomas (softball); Jah'mere Beasley (men's track & field); Nana Agyemang (men's track & field); and Nicole Notarianni (women's track & field). 

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Freshman Cat Thomas (Pompton Plains, NJ/Immaculate Heart Academy) was named the Rookie Pitcher of the Week as she went 2-0 in two starts in the softball team's 4-0 week, in which the Profs clinched the top seed in the NJAC Championship Tournament. In the 1-0 win over Rutgers-Camden, she scattered five hits and struck out two, while she picked up the dec

 

Sophomore Jah'mere Beasley (Camden, NJ/Sterling) was named the Track Athlete of the Week after he had record-setting efforts in Rowan's Last Chance Before Finals meet, running a 10.60 in the 100m preliminaries. He broke the school mark of 10.64 previously held by Dior Hightower (2017). In the 200 meters final, he tied the school record with a 21.18, matching the time of Ali Ejaz in 2012. He finished third in both races behind DI athletes from Princeton. 

 

Nana Agyemang (Parsippany, NJ/Parsippany), a freshman, earned Track Athlete of the Week honors as he won the long jump with a leap of 7.54 meters, which is the best in NCAA Division III. He also helped the 4x100m relay to a first-place finish. 

 

Nicole Notarianni (Kendall Park, NJ/South Brunswick), a senior, was chosen the Track Athlete of the Week as she finished second in the 100m hurdles at the Last Chance Meet, behind a runner from Princeton. She clocked a 14.60, which is a personal best and is tied for 14th in DIII. In the prelims, she ran a 14.66 which tied her previous personal record. 

 

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