As they get set to make a run at a NCAA national title, the Maryland University women’s lacrosse team remains unbeaten and No. 1 ranked in the country. Most of it because its freshman from Allentown who continues to be the best rookie in the country. As Kali Hartshorn gets ready to play her first-ever NCAA matches at home this weekend, she is coming off a week when she won Big 10 Freshman of the Year and Maryland’s Outstanding Freshman of the Year.
Several former Mercer County high school stars are in the midst of good seasons at the collegiate baseball level. Jamie Galazin, the 3-time all-CVC star, in his senior year at St, John’s has helped the Red Storm to a 27-5 record and the No. 22 ranking nationally. He is the second hitter on the Long Island-based team at .392 with 21 RBIs and 53 hits to keep St, John’s in the thick of the race for a Big East playoff seat.
What a week it was for former Allentown High great Kali Hartshorn and her unbeaten Maryland University lacrosse team. In between big wins over her home state rivals Rutgers and Princeton, the freshman midfielder earned Big Ten Freshman of the Week for the third time this season. The former CVC basketball, soccer and lacrosse all-star at Allentown and a lacrosse All-American, Hartshorn had her two top offensive games of the season in wins over Rutgers and Princeton Wednesday.
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