RAHWAY – Antonio Garay, a former Rahway High School standout, was signed to the New York Jets’ practice squad last week.
SOUTH ORANGE – Five players scored in double-figures as the Seton Hall men’s basketball team rolled to an 89-62 win over Carleton in an exhibition game at Walsh Gymnasium on Friday night.
JERSEY CITY—The greatest rivalry this decade in New Jersey Athletic Conference men’s soccer had an unexpected additional chapter written as New Jersey City University pulled off perhaps the biggest upset in NCAA Division III this season.
ELMWOOD PARK—The New Jersey City University women’s bowling team, ranked #8 nationally among Division I, II and III institutions, opened its 10th season on Friday evening, posting a 3-2 record overall while placing fifth overall on day one of the FDU Knights Fall Invite at Parkway Lanes.
JERSEY CITY—Senior Night is always a special occasion for those graduating players and their teammates. But on Senior Night 2009, New Jersey City University’s lone four-year women’s volleyball had the match of her life.
MONTCLAIR—New Jersey City University was hoping to complete its worst-to-a-berth story, but the Montclair State University Red Hawks edged the Gothic Knights, 2-1, in the final New Jersey Athletic Conference game of the 2009 regular season.
CLARK – The Clark Crusaders defeated the Hillside Comets at the Unico Bowl on Friday, Oct. 23 at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark.
BLOOMSBURG, Pa.—Susquehanna University’s men’s cross country team competed at the non-scoring Bloomsburg Open on Oct. 24.
MONTCLAIR—The New Jersey City University women’s soccer team will have to wait one extra day for an opportunity to qualify for the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time in school history.
JERSEY CITY—For the second straight outing, the New Jersey City University men’s soccer team outshot an opponent yet suffered a three-goal setback.