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Seven Rowan Student-Athletes Earn Honors

PITMAN, NJ -- Rowan had seven student-athletes earn honors from the New Jersey Athletic Conference in its weekly awards program for the week ending April 23rd.
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In men's track & field, the Profs swept all three awards; Jah'mere Beasley (NJAC Track Athlete of the Week), Julio Lebron (NJAC Field Athlete of the Week), and Evan Corcoran (NJAC Rookie of the Week). Molly Green (NJAC Defensive Player of the Week) and Elaina Corson (NJAC Rookie of the Week) earned honors in women's lacrosse. Emily Galvin was chosen the NJAC Women's Track & Field Field Athlete of the Week while Abigail Pawlowski was named the NJAC Softball Rookie of the Week.

Beasley ran the #2 NJAC and #4 Division III time in the 200 meters at the South Carolina Open over the weekend. He later joined the 4x400 relay to turn in the top time in Division III (3:10.07) and was part of the 4x100 relay (40.87) for the third-best time (behind last week's performance at #2) in Division III

Lebron hit a PR in the javelin (60.42) at the South Carolina Open to finish third, inserting himself at #13 in Division III and #3 in the NJAC

Corcoran ran a 10.38 in the 100 meters at South Carolina for the all conditions school record and the second-fastest time in Division III this year.

Green, a midfielder, totaled one goal, three assists and 16 draw controls in the Profs' two victories last week. She had one goal, one caused turnover and picked up nine draw controls in the 17-3 win over Farmingdale State. The sophomore tallied three assists, two ground balls, one caused turnover and seven draw controls in Rowan's 23-5 conference win at Kean. On the year, Green tops the team with 85 draw controls, 22 caused turnovers and 34 ground balls, while adding 24 goals and 15 assists.

Corson earns NJAC Rookie honors for the third consecutive week and the fourth time this season. She registered six goals and one assist in the two games, scoring four goals in the win over Farmingdale state. She followed that with two goals as the Profs defeated Kean on the road. The freshman attack player ranks third on the team with 49 points (37 goals, 12 assists).

Galvin wins the award for the third-straight week after placing fourth in the hammer (53.88 meters) at the South Carolina Open over the weekend. She also hit a season-best outdoor output in the shot (11.35 meters).

Pawlowski had multiple hit games in three contests in a 4-0 NJAC week to earn her first conference honor of the season. The rookie went 2-for-4 in each game at Stockton on Tuesday. On Saturday, she was 2-for-3 with two RBI's in the game one win over Kean. In game two, she was 1-for-3 with a double. This season, the freshman is batting .302 in 37 games with 18 runs, 15 RBI's, seven walks, and six doubles.

This week, action kicks off on Tuesday as #14 Softball (31-3, 14-0 NJAC) takes on Ramapo in a doubleheader before two games at NJCU on Saturday to wrap up the regular season. Rowan Women's Lacrosse, winner of its last three, is 11-4 overall and 2-1 in the NJAC heading into Tuesday's game at Stockton and will cap its regular season on Saturday at home against Montclair State. Both the men's and women's track & field teams will see action this weekend at both the Penn Relays and at the TCNJ Lion Invitational.