Locals leave their marks in college sports

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By Josh Lashley

Billy Sabo (Lenape Valley High School) was a junior infielder this spring for the Bloomfield College (NJ) baseball squad. Sabo played in 15 games and started in six of them for Bloomfield. He had seven hits, including a triple. Sabo also had three RBIs and scored five runs.

The Bears had an overall record of 18-22 and they were 8-6 on their home field. In the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) they posted a mark of 12-10. Bloomfield advanced to the CACC Tournament where they were defeated by Chestnut Hill in a game played in Philadelphia, Pa.

Madyson Griswold (Lenape Valley High School) was a freshman defender/midfielder for the Drew University (Madison, NJ) women’s lacrosse program this past season. Griswold competed in six games this spring for Drew.

The Rangers tallied an overall record of 11-8, which included a 7-3 mark at home. In the Landmark Conference, Drew went 4-2. In the semifinal round of the Landmark Conference Championship, the Rangers were defeated by Catholic University in a contest played in Washington, DC.

Tanner Euston (Newton High School) was a freshman defender for the Drew University men’s lacrosse team this year. Euston is listed as a neuroscience major with a minor in psychology.

The Rangers posted an overall record of 8-7 with a 3-3 mark at home. They went 4-2 in the Landmark Conference and advanced to the semifinal round of the Landmark Conference Championship where they lost to Catholic University in a game held in Washington, DC.

Kate Rohsler, a graduate of Kittatinny high School, was a senior defender/midfielder for the Felician University women’s lacrosse program this spring. Rohsler, listed as a Criminal Justice major, started in five games for Felician.

Joseph DeFeo (Newton High School) was a sophomore third baseman for the Fairleigh Dickinson University (Florham, NJ campus) baseball team this spring. DeFeo, listed as a Business Administration major, played in four games for Fairleigh Dickinson.

The Devils went 12-20 overall, with four wins on their home field. They won six games in the Middle Atlantic Conference.

Katie Weiss (Newton High School) was a freshman for the Fairleigh Dickinson University’s women’s golf program. The Devils placed eighth at the

Nate Kolzow (Newton High School) was a sophomore pitcher for the Centenary College (Hackettstown, NJ) baseball program this spring. Centenary had five overall victories, with three occurring on their home field. In the Colonial States athletic Conference, the Cyclones recorded four wins.

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