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NJAC Honors Six Rowan Student Athletes

GLASSBORO, NJ -- The New Jersey Athletic Conference announced its weekly awards that features five Rowan student-athletes among its ranks.

Nicole Notarianni was named the NJAC Women's Outdoor Track & Field Track Athlete of the Week with teammate Nevaeh Lorjuste selected as the NJAC Rookie of the Week. Jason Tomaino captured the NJAC Men's Outdoor Track & Field Rookie of the Week. Ryan Mostrangeli was chosen as the NJAC Baseball Player of the Week. Lastly, Molly Green earned NJAC Women's Lacrosse Rookie of the Week honors as well.

Notarianni, who was named the track athlete of the week for the second time this year, hit a PR in the 100 meter hurdles at the Auburn War Eagle Invitational on Saturday, running a 14.24 which ranks her #1 in the NJAC and #5 in Division III.

Lorjuste was 12th in 400m at Auburn (57.15) for a PR and the #6 time in DIII and second in the NJAC. This is also her second weekly accolade from the NJAC this season.

The duo also competed on the 4x100m relay stopping the clock 48.10 for a #2 in NJAC and #12 DIII time.

Tomaino hit the #2 NJAC mark while winning the pole vault with a season best performance at Widener's Chester Quarry Meet on Saturday.

Mostrangeli batted a team-high .500 in #7 Rowan's 3-1 week, totaling six RBI, two doubles and three runs scored. He went 3-for-4 with two runs and three RBI in a 9-7 come-from-behind win over Penn State-Abington, scoring the insurance run. Mostrangeli drove in the tying run and then scored the winning run, both in the eighth inning, as the Profs rallied for the 3-2 win over Ramapo in the first game of a doubleheader. It marks the first-ever NJAC weekly honor for the senior co-captain, who tops Rowan in RBI (35) and is tied for the team lead in home runs (6).

Green earns NJAC top rookie honors for the fourth time this season as she totaled six goals and four assists in a 1-1 week. Green had two goals, two assists and two draw controls in a loss to #6 TCNJ. She then recorded a season-best four goals, to go along with two assists, in the Profs' 20-2 win at Ramapo. The freshman attack player ranks fourth on the team in scoring with 27 points (21 goals, 6 assists).

This week, both the men's and women's outdoor track & field teams will head to Morgan State for the Legacy Invitational on Saturday.

Baseball (21-6, 7-2) has a busy week with games on Tuesday (vs. Neumann), Wednesday (vs. TCNJ), Thursday (at Rutgers-Camden), Friday (home vs. Rutgers-Camden), and Saturday (DH at Rutgers-Newark).

Women's Lacrosse (5-7, 1-1) has NJAC contests at Rutgers-Camden on Thursday and at home against Kean on Saturday.

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