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Earning a department-wide GPA of 3.13 in the spring of 2022, River Hawk student-athletes have now recorded 19 straight semesters with a GPA over 3.0. The women's cross country (3.53 GPA) and men's hockey teams (3.60 GPA) earned the department's Bob Griffin Academic Awards for posting the highest team grade point average over the course of the academic year."Our River Hawk student-athletes continue to shine in the classroom," said Director of Athletics ...
Earning a department-wide GPA of 3.13 in the spring of 2022, River Hawk student-athletes have now recorded 19 straight semesters with a GPA over 3.0. The women's cross country (3.53 GPA) and men's hockey teams (3.60 GPA) earned the department's Bob Griffin Academic Awards for posting the highest team grade point average over the course of the academic year.
"Our River Hawk student-athletes continue to shine in the classroom," said Director of Athletics Peter Casey. "They are just as resilient in and dedicated to their academic pursuits as they are to their athletic ones. I commend their commitment to excellence in all areas, and offer a special note of gratitude to our academic advisors and coaches for always putting academics at the forefront of everything we do."
The 2021-22 hockey season marked an incredible return to action for the River Hawks as they welcomed back fans to the Tsongas Center for the first time since 2019.
The team posted a 21-11-3 (15-8-1 Hockey East) mark and clinched a Hockey East Tournament berth as well as the program’s 14th NCAA Tournament bid.
The successes continued after the end of the season as four River Hawks—Lucas Condotta, Reid Stefanson, Owen Savory and Andre Lee—inked professional contracts with the Montreal Canadiens, LA Kings, Laval Rocket and Maine Mariners.
A quartet of River Hawks also earned Hockey East All-Conference honors. 2022 Hobey Baker nominee and Mike Richter Award semifinalist Savory was named to the Hockey East All-Stars Second Team, Lee and Carl Berglund were tabbed to the Third Team and freshman Matt Crasa picked up All-Rookie Team nods after an electric rookie campaign.
The UMass Lowell baseball made history in the 2022 campaign by reaching the program’s first America East Championship game. The team set the Division I record for most wins in a season with 28, finishing the year with a 28-30 overall record and a 15-15 conference mark.
Freshman Jacob Humphrey (Standish, ME.) broke the program record and a 25-year-old America East record for stolen bases in a season with 46. Humphrey was second in the country in the category and third in stolen bases per game. Senior Robert Gallagher cracked the top-10 in both categories as well with 37 stolen bases on the season.
The River Hawks knocked off #5 UMBC, #1 Maine and #3 NJIT in the America East Tournament to advance to the championship game against #2 Binghamton. Seniors Gerry Siracusa (Kinnelon, N.J.) and Joshua Becker (Burlington, Mass.) were named to the America East All-Conference First Team while the freshmen duo of Jacob Humphrey and LJ Keevan (Holden, Mass.) were named to the America East All-Conference Second Team.
Freshman Brandon Fish (Londonderry, N.H.), Humphrey and Keevan were also named to the America East All-Rookie Team following stellar rookie campaigns. Gerry Siracusa also earned NEIBA All-New England First Team honors while Robert Gallagher and Jacob Humphrey were named to the All-New England Second Team. Jacob Humphrey also earned Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-American honors.
The UMass Lowell cross country team ran back the tapes on the 2021 season as they turned in another outstanding season on the course in 2022. The River Hawks dominated on the course, collecting PRs and top times as they cruised to back-to-back America East titles on both the men’s and women’s sides.
The River Hawks’ coaching crew led by Head Coach Gary Gardner was tabbed the Coaching Staff of the Year for both the men’s and women’s squads. Jake Velazquez earned Co-Most Outstanding Rookie honors for his standout efforts on the course, while Ben Drezek collected his fifth Elite 18 award as a top finisher with the highest GPA.
The River Hawks saw eight student-athletes earn All-Conference First Team honors and five make their way onto the All-Conference Second Team.
The UMass Lowell women’s soccer team finished the season with an 8-6-3 overall record and a 5-3-1 conference mark. Earned the #2 seed in the America East Championship, the third America semifinal game in four years for the River Hawks. Freshman Ioanna Papatheodorou (Nea Erithraia, Greece) led the conference in goals (10), points (20) and game-winning goals (6).
Papatheodorou was the unanimous America East Rookie of the Year and was named America East Striker of the Year as well as US Soccer Coaches DI Atlantic Region Second Team honors. Senior Dunja Mostarac (Belgrade, Serbia) captained the squad and earned America East All-Conference First Team and All-Academic honors.
Mostarac was also named the America East Defender of the Year on top of a NEWISA Senior Bowl invite, NEWISA All-New England First Team and US Soccer Coaches DI Atlantic Region First Team honors. Senior captain Emily Nelson (Peabody, Mass.) earned America East All-Conference First Team and All-Academic honors as well as a NEWISA Senior Bowl selection and NEWISA All-New England First Team selection. Graduate student Abigail Drezek (Cumberland, R.I.) was named to the America East All-Academic Team.
The River Hawks exceeded expectations early, kicking off the back half of the academic year with impressive individual and team performances across the board.
The indoor campaign came to a storybook ending as the men’s team captured the 2022 America East Indoor title.
Derek Holmes helped lift the team to victory after smashing a 24-year-old conference record in the men’s 3,000 meters, crossing in 8:10.07. Graduate student Chris Alfond capped his collegiate career with the Coaches Award, given to the student-athlete with the most points across the two-day competition.
The decorated men’s coaching staff also received recognition, winning the 2022 Coaching Staff of the Year award.
As #BlackHistoryMonth draws to a close, our Student-Athletes of Color Affinity Group is hard at work, making River Hawk Nation a more inclusive environment all year long!#UnitedInBlue pic.twitter.com/fKpLcdHKMK— UMassLowellAthletics (@RiverHawkNation) March 1, 2022
In October, the River Hawk Hall of Fame inducted its Class of 2021. The historic ceremony marked the first time the department ushered in an all-female class, comprised of Amber (Gagnon) Chouinard [03' Softball], Barbara (Ryder) Brennan ['76 Softball & Basketball], and the 2010 Division II National Championship Field Hockey team.
"To be able to come together for the first time in two years to celebrate the accomplishments of our student-athletes was special in and of itself, but to be able to welcome our first all-female Hall of Fame class almost exactly 50 years after the passage of Title IX was remarkable. I would like to thank the Hall of Fame Committee for making this event happen, in addition to all of the inductees for taking the time to join us tonight so that we could enshrine them among the best of the best here at UMass Lowell."
- Director of Athletics, Peter Casey
Officially cut the ribbon on some major upgrades to Costello Athletic Center! ?? Thank you to all of our donors who made this possible for our student-athletes!https://t.co/g7Og9fcPVp #UnitedInBlue pic.twitter.com/aRC6yO5mQ6— UMassLowellAthletics (@RiverHawkNation)
Women ???????????????????? women ??Thanks to the alums that shared their knowledge & experiences with our current student-athletes as part of our 3rd River Hawk to River Hawk Women’s Mentoring and Networking Night! https://t.co/f3HoI5TLw6#UnitedInBlue | #UMLTitleIX50 pic.twitter.com/DMrBPtU3TN— UMassLowellAthletics (@RiverHawkNation) April 12, 2022
???????????? ???? ?????? ?????????? ???? 2022 ?????Thankful to get together one last time to celebrate our graduating student-athletes at the inaugural Senior Toast this afternoon! #UnitedInBlue pic.twitter.com/HSUh5e1H9d— UMassLowellAthletics (@RiverHawkNation) May 13, 2022
The Kinnelon softball team was riding high after turning the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 1 playoffs upside down, beating four higher seeds to win the program’s first sectional title in 25 years, as a nine seed that was clearly was much better than its seed indicated.Its opponent has become a walking history book for Weehawken High School, breaking school records and setting new standards in its run to the North Jersey, Section 2 title.Welcome to the NJSIAA group playoffs, where dream seasons collide.One day afte...
The Kinnelon softball team was riding high after turning the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 1 playoffs upside down, beating four higher seeds to win the program’s first sectional title in 25 years, as a nine seed that was clearly was much better than its seed indicated.
Its opponent has become a walking history book for Weehawken High School, breaking school records and setting new standards in its run to the North Jersey, Section 2 title.
Welcome to the NJSIAA group playoffs, where dream seasons collide.
One day after being featured in their city’s Memorial Day parade, Weehawken continued its postseason victory parade at the Kinnelon Recreation Center, where standout sophomore Savanna McHale pitched a four-hitter with 15 strikeouts and Zoe Colin contributed a two-run double that surprised even her to key a 4-0 victory in the Group 1 semifinals.
Weehawken (27-2) totaled 11 hits but, until Colin’s double and and Eva Shevlin’s run-scoring single sparked a three-run sixth, the team was clinging to a 1-0 lead built in the first inning on Morgan Tomlinson’s game-opening triple and Brooke’s McHale’s RBI groundout.
But Savanna McHale continued the dominant pitching that has yet to allow an earned run in the postseason, the defense played solidly and the timely hits finally came.
“At the beginning of the season, there were days where the pitching and defense might be pretty good, but the hitting wasn’t,” Weehawken coach Raquel Roder said. “Or the hitting and pitching were there, but the defense wasn’t great. We just kept hoping that one day it would all come together.”
All three of those facets were just fine against Kinnelon (11-15), which stayed within a run for five innings thanks to solid defense in support of left-handed starting pitcher Kristyn Carroll, who stranded four runners in that stretch and also delivered her team’s first two hits at the plate.
But Weehawken finally broke through in the sixth, when Savanna McHale and Envey Duran (3-for-3 with two doubles) led off with singles and Katherine Thompson reached on a throwing error on her sacrifice bunt.
Shevlin and Colin then dropped a single and double into right to provide some welcome breathing room.
“In the beginning of the game, it was really nervous because I’m used to us not really hitting a lot,” said Colin, who entered the game with just six hits in 43 at-bats. “But today, one through nine we all made solid contact on the ball. I’m very proud of my team and how far we’ve come. But I was really surprised on my double. Shocked really.”
They will continue the deepest postseason run in school history Saturday at Ivy Hill Park in Newark, where they will play for the state Group 1 title between the winner of today’s game between Clayton, the South Jersey champion and No. 8 team in the NJ.com Top 20, and host New Egypt, the Central Jersey champion. The winner advances to next week’s Tournament of Champions.
The offense has been good enough for Weehawken, though scoring just five runs over the three sectional playoff games was leaving little margin for error. But McHale demonstrated once again why pitching has mostly carried the team, extending her playoff pitching line to 10 hits allowed over four games, with one run (unearned) against, plus eight walks and 57 strikeouts.
A Kinnelon team that had scored 26 runs over four playoff games looked like a potential problem, but they had a tough time with the repertoire of riseball, drop curve, changeup and screwball offered by McHale, who pitched despite dealing with a migraine the morning of the game.
“It came down to discipline,” Kinnelon coach Jacquelyn Tartaglia said. “We chased a lot of pitches high and out. But they also had some solid hits. A couple doubles were hit to the fence. Those were well-earned hits. ”
Kinnelon appeared ready to bounce right back from the three-run sixth when it received singles from Cat Bodner and McKayla Coppla leading off the bottom half of the inning, but McHale recorded a key out by getting a force at third off the bat of Carroll, who had singled in her first two at-bats.
A walk loaded the bases for Kinnelon, but McHale struck out Jenna Dermksian and Allyson Balonze, the No. 3 and 4 hitters, for a huge escape.
“Everything just snowballed after that (rally),” McHale said. “We were really up and cheering. And it provided a lot of security for me as a pitcher. They loaded the bases right after that, but I wasn’t as nervous knowing that it wasn’t still 1-0.”
Weehawken was on its way to adding another chapter to its historic season, in which it has become the school’s first sectional champion in any girls sport, set a record for most victories by any girls team and was already the first to reach a group semifinal.
Now it is the first again, to reach a group final. It also becomes the first Hudson County softball team to make a group championship game since High Tech in 2008.
Kinnelon’s postseason ended with the program’s first sectional title since 1997.
“We played one of the toughest schedules in Morris County by design,” Tartaglia said. “Despite today’s outcome, I couldn’t have asked for any more from this team. They faced so much adversity. They came together and battled teams that were also sectional champions.
“It was a well-deserved sectional title and I’m really happy we were able to get that done, especially for the seniors. They got so close last year (losing in the sectional finals) and got a taste of it. They got to see the other side of that and I think it was a really special season.”
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Kinnelon senior Evan Mougalian entered Saturday with a 133-8 career record, three district titles, three region titles and a 2020 state championship among a laundry list of accolades.None of it meant as much as today’s NJSIAA Rothman/Orthopaedics Wrestling Championships 126-pound title bout in Atlantic City against Christian Brothers’ Garrett Totten.“This was my last high school match,” Mougalian said in disbelief. “It hasn’t hit me yet. It might in a few minutes.”The future Penn...
Kinnelon senior Evan Mougalian entered Saturday with a 133-8 career record, three district titles, three region titles and a 2020 state championship among a laundry list of accolades.
None of it meant as much as today’s NJSIAA Rothman/Orthopaedics Wrestling Championships 126-pound title bout in Atlantic City against Christian Brothers’ Garrett Totten.
“This was my last high school match,” Mougalian said in disbelief. “It hasn’t hit me yet. It might in a few minutes.”
The future Penn Quaker handled business in the finale against the fellow senior in Totten, winning by 7-1 decision and running it up with a takedown and a tilt in the third period after leading 2-0 through two.
It was a much more comfortable victory than his 2020 gold, which he won on a takedown at the buzzer that many still dispute to this day. Mougalian has no care for that slander, although he was more than happy to leave no room for debate this year.
“I won that match, but it feels good to wrestle more open in my style this time,” he said. “I put up more points and that’s what I like to do. I try to wrestle every position as hard as I can, but whatever I’m in a position to score, I like to score. It felt a lot better this year.”
Mougalian made his mark on the entire state in his four years on the mat and doing it for Kinnelon is something he takes great pride in.
It’s a town with a population of 10,054, not even enough to fill all the seats at Boardwalk Hall, but one he’s proud to have grown up in.
“From early on, it was about proving you could do it at a small school,” Kinnelon head coach Eric DiColo said. “He has proven that not only can you do it at a small school, you can win a state title, win multiple state titles and be a three-time finalist. Now, he has a full ride to go wrestle at UPenn. You don’t have to go to a parochial and he wanted to prove this since early on.
“It means everything to me,” Mougalian added. “I know everyone from my town. It means so much to them when someone from Kinnelon wins. It feels great to have them supporting me.”
Hard work at Olympic Wrestling Club, operated by two-time NCAA champion and two-time Romanian national champion Ghinea Florian, has brought Mougalian along as a wrestler.
It has been his station since he was in grade school, and there haven’t been many to come through the Wyckoff facility who stack up.
“I’ve had this club for 20 years and I haven’t met a kid like him yet,” Florian said of Mouglaian. “He’s a humble kid with good manners and he works very hard. I’m going to miss him when he goes to UPenn.”
While the two worked for nearly a decade together, they took things day by day.
Florian wants his wrestlers to love the sport as much as he does. Mougalian matches that level of intensity.
“I’m on the mat eight times a week – and Evan wants to be there too,” he said. “He wrestles Saturday and Sunday morning and he wrestles at night. We’ve spent a lot of time on this and you can’t ask for more. He’s very rare.”
Florian’s club’s slogan is ‘Where Champions are Built.’
His best student is now a two-timer.
“He’s the best coach in the state and he knows more than anyone else,” Mougalian said. “Coach Florian is my role model.”
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Joe Frei pitched five innings, gave up three hits and struck out 11 as fifth-seeded Hawthorne pulled away for a 7-2 win over 12th-seeded Kittatinny in the first round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 1 Tournament in Hawthorne.Hawthorne will next visit fourth-seeded Mountain Lakes in the quarterfinal on Saturday.Ricky Van Olden, Jason DeMarco and Eugene Barbieri each had two RBI while Daniel Finch had a double for Hawthorne (16-8-1), which snapped a four-game skid with the win.Aidan Van Hook went 3-for-4 and had two R...
Joe Frei pitched five innings, gave up three hits and struck out 11 as fifth-seeded Hawthorne pulled away for a 7-2 win over 12th-seeded Kittatinny in the first round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 1 Tournament in Hawthorne.
Hawthorne will next visit fourth-seeded Mountain Lakes in the quarterfinal on Saturday.
Ricky Van Olden, Jason DeMarco and Eugene Barbieri each had two RBI while Daniel Finch had a double for Hawthorne (16-8-1), which snapped a four-game skid with the win.
Aidan Van Hook went 3-for-4 and had two RBI for Kittatinny (9-14).
Kinnelon 6, North Warren 5
Nick Trapanese’s RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning drove Aidan Duffy home for the walk-off win as third-seeded Kinnelon snuck by 14th-seeded North Warren 6-5 in the first round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 1 Tournament in Kinnelon.
Kinnelon will next host 11th-seeded Midland Park in the quarterfinal on Saturday.
Trapanese finished 2-for-5 with three RBI and a home run while Christian LaRusso had two RBI for Kinnelon (16-7), which won its fourth straight game. Zach Turko had a double.
North Warren fell to 11-9.
Waldwick 19, Butler 3
Mike O’Neil finished 3-for-4 with two RBI, a double and a home run to help lead second-seeded Waldwick to a 19-3 win over 15th-seeded Butler in the first round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 1 Tournament in Waldwick.
Waldwick will next host either seventh-seeded Emerson Boro or 10th-seeded Cedar Grove in the quarterfinal on Saturday.
Phil Centineo went 3-for-5 with an RBI and two doubles and Anthony Marco was 3-for-3 with three runs scored, two RBI and a double for Waldwick (20-7), which snapped a two-game losing streak.
Midland Park 5, Wallkill Valley 0
Ryan Clark tossed a complete one-hitter as 11th-seeded Midland Park blanked sixth-seeded Wallkill Valley in the first round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 1 Tournament in Hamburg.
Midland Park will next visit third-seeded Kinnelon in the quarterfinal on Saturday.
Dean Harpster finished 3-for-3 with three RBI while Billy Anema and Mike Crocitto each had an RBI for Midland Park (14-10-1).
Wallkill Valley fell to 13-11.
Mountain Lakes 8, Boonton 1
Alex Maniatis pitched a little over four innings and gave up one hit as fourth-seeded Mountain Lakes dispatched 13th-seeded Boonton in the first round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 1 Tournament in Mountain Lakes.
Mountain Lakes will next host fifth-seeded Hawthorne in the quarterfinal on Saturday.
Maniatis also went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, three RBI and a double while Ben Miniter was 2-for-3 and Nick Shuhet finished 2-for-4.
John Rigas struck out six for Boonton (7-18).
Wood-Ridge 8, New Milford 0
Top-seeded Wood-Ridge stopped 16th-seeded New Milford with an 8-0 win in the first round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 1 Tournament in Wood-Ridge.
Wood-Ridge (19-9), which won five of its last six games, will next host eighth-seeded Hasbrouck Heights in the quarterfinal on Saturday. Wood-Ridge beat Hasbrouck Heights 12-2 in mid-April and 5-1 last month.
New Milford fell to 8-12.
Hasbrouck Heights 9, Wallington 7
Anthony Peterson went 3-for-4 with four RBI and two doubles as eighth-seeded Hasbrouck Heights held off ninth-seeded Wallington in the first round of the North Jersey Section 1, Group 1 Tournament in Hasbrouck Heights.
Hasbrouck Heights will next visit top-seeded top-seeded Wood-Ridge in the quarterfinal on Saturday.
Ethan Perez finished 3-for-4 while Tristan Govea scored three runs and stole three bases for Hasbrouck Heights (13-9), which won its third straight game. Joe Stevens had a triple.
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New Jersey High School Football RecordsPassing CareerYards: 9,672, Devin Leary, Timber Creek Regional (Erial), 2014-17Completions: 577, Nick Kargman, Pitman/Eastside (Camden), 2015-18Atte...
New Jersey High School Football RecordsPassing CareerYards: 9,672, Devin Leary, Timber Creek Regional (Erial), 2014-17Completions: 577, Nick Kargman, Pitman/Eastside (Camden), 2015-18Attempts: 1,061, Nick Kargman, Pittman/Eastside (Camden), 2015-18Touchdown Passes: 105, Devin Leary, Timber Creek Regional (Erial), 2014-17Passing Single SeasonYards: 3,963, Nick Kargman, Eastside (Camden), 2018Completions: 259, Nick Kargman, Eastside (Camden), 2018Attempts: 444, Nick Kargman, Eastside (Camden), 2018Touchdown Passes: 48, Devin Leary, Timber Creek Regional (Erial), 2017Passing Single GameYards: 539, Nick Kargman, Eastside (Camden), 2018 Completions: 37, Joe Flacco, Audubon, 2002; Devin Kargman, Eastside (Cadmen), 2019Attempts: 55, Joe Flacco, Audubon, 2002Touchdown Passes: 9, Kyle Presti, Kinnelon, 2014Rushing CareerYards: 7,589, Joe Martinek, Hopatcong, 2003-06Attempts: 990, Joe Martinek, Hopatcong, 2003-06Rushing Single SeasonYards: 2,860, Ashante Worthy, Freehold Boro (Freehold), 2017Attempts: 361, Tom Franco, Ridgefield Park, 1977Rushing Single GameYards: 577, Derius Stone, St. Mary (Rutherford), 2015 Attempts: 60, Lucas Faria, Sparta, 2013Receiving CareerYards: 3,264, JoJo Bermudez, Cedar Creek (Egg Harbor City), 2019-21Receptions: 195, JoJo Bermudez, Cedar Creek (Egg Harbor City), 2019-21Touchdowns: 47, Terrance Holmes, Glassboro, 1999-2001Receiving Single SeasonYards: 1,662, JoJo Bermudez, Cedar Creek (Egg Harbor City), 2021Receptions: 93, Drew Burdsall, Pennsville Memorial (Pennsville), 2013Touchdowns: 22, Dion Bernardini, Florence Township Memorial (Florence), 1992Receiving Single GameYards: 290, Isaac Irby, Holy Cross (Delran), 1999Receptions: 16, Bryce Barron, Northern Burlington (Columbus), 2019; Ed Malone, Gloucester City (Gloucester City), 1999; Drew Burdsall, Pennsville Memorial (Pennsville), 2012Touchdowns: 6, Dion Bernardini, Florence Township Memorial, 1992Scoring CareerTouchdowns: 128, Knowshon Moreno, Middletown South (Middletown), 2003-05Points: 782, Knowshon Moreno, Middletown South, 2003-05Kick Scoring: 253, Angelo Guglielmello, St. Joseph Regional (Montvale), 2015-18Extra Points: 186, Jake Brownell, West Deptford (Westville), 2004Field Goals: 40, Angelo Guglielmello, St. Joseph Regional (Montvale), 2015-18Scoring Single SeasonTouchdowns: 46, Naim Mayfield, Manalapan (Englishtown), 2017Points: 282, Abellany Mendez, Rutherford, 2019 Kick Scoring: 90, Kenny Ravel, Cherokee, 2013 Extra Points: 75, Tyler Coluccio, Timber Creek Regional (Erial), 2016 Field Goals: 14, Rob Juliano, Lenape (Medford), 1990; Angelo Guglielmello, St. Joseph Regional (Montvale), 2018; Tom Withka, St. Thomas Aquinas (Edison, N.J.), 1986 Scoring Single GameTouchdowns: 12, George Jeffries, Asbury Park, 1920Points: 72, George Jeffries, Asbury Park, 1920Kick Scoring: 16, Bob Amabile, Wall Township, 1982; Jon Robinson, Kearny, 2007Extra Points: 11, Skinner Neuschaeffer, Woodbury, 1922; Marty Cottrell, Ridgefield Park, 1923Field Goals: 4, by many