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2.6.2018 | Women's Soccer
Rowan College at Burlington County’s women’s soccer player Lauren Tomei honored by New Jersey Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women

South Orange, New Jersey—Rowan College at Burlington County women’s soccer player Lauren Tomei was recently honored as “Woman of the Year” by the New Jersey Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women at their annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day awards luncheon held at Seton Hall University.

The NJAIAW presents "Woman of the Year" awards to one outstanding athlete from each college and university in the state. The awards are based upon athletic excellence, academic success and community service.

Lady Baron Lauren Tomei grew up in the town of Chesterfield, New Jersey where she could always be found at the local park playing soccer or running the track.  

“This is where my love for soccer began. Even at a young age, I enjoyed being active and constantly keeping up with a healthy lifestyle,” said Tomei.

A two-year starter and 2017 team captain for the Barons, Tomei received Academic All-Region XIX Team, RCBC Scholar-Athlete Award, RCBC All-Academic Team, First Team All-Region XIX, as well as, RCBC Women’s Soccer Coaches Award honors. 

“I couldn't have received these titles or awards without my supportive teammates and my determined coaches,” said Tomei. 

RCBC Head Coach Kathe DeLitta said, "Lauren has been an absolute pleasure to coach the past two years. She is a well-balanced student athlete who set and achieved her academic and athletic goals while at RCBC. Lauren continued to develop as a person and a player while on the women's soccer team and she is a fantastic representative for Rowan College at Burlington County as Women Athlete of the Year." 

Tomei hopes to achieve a degree in health and exercise science and pursue a career as an athletic trainer. She wants to motivate and provide proper direction for student athletes to better themselves on and off the playing field.  

“Whether it be teaching individuals to build self-confidence, to discover their personal strengths, or to simply inform others on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle, I am up for the challenge,” said Tomei.

The 32th anniversary of National Girls and Women in Sport Day (NGWSD) was  officially recognized on Wednesday, Feb. 7.  NGWSD celebrates the athletic achievements of women and the positive well-being associated with sports participation while also recognizing the continuing struggle for equality for women in sports.


1.26.2018 | Women's Basketball
Head Women's Basketball Coach, Carolyn Jones, earns her 100th Region XIX Win

Head Women's Basketball Coach, Carolyn Jones, earned her 100th Region XIX win, on January 18 when the Barons defeated Mercer County Community College 70-42. Jones started as an assistant with the program in 2007. She is currently in her 9th season, after taking over the helm of the program in December 2008. Her RCBC overall record is currently 142-98 and her GSAC record is 66-23.

The Lady Barons currently are 10-8, with a 7-4 record in the Region. They are currently sitting in fourth place in the Region.


 


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