“Helmets For Hearts” Weekend To Raise Awareness Of Sudden Cardiac Death In Student-Athletes

NEW BRUNSWICK – High school football stadiums throughout Middlesex County will be dressed in red and white for one weekend this fall to raise public awareness in the battle against a detectable but often silent killer known as HCM, or hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, an enlarged heart condition that last year claimed the lives of two central New Jersey student-athletes.

“Strike Force” Lifts NJCU Women To First-Ever Win Over St. Joseph’s

CORAM, N.Y. — Junior forward JULIA CASERES gave New Jersey City University a lead with her 14th goal of the young season early in the second half and her ‘Strike Force’ partner, junior forward JENNIFER ALBUJA netted the eventual game-winner just over five minutes later as the New Jersey City University women’s soccer team defeated St. Joseph’s College (LI) for the first time in program history, with a 2-1 victory on Wednesday night.