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College Corner
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Toms River North’s Leiter Jr. in Phillies’ Minor-League System

Check out the latest news on athletes from Ocean and Monmouth counties at the professional and collegiate levels. Tips? Comments? Feel free to e-mail...

Monmouth to host Bucknell in NIT Opener

The Monmouth University men's basketball team will host Bucknell University in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament on Wednesday night at 7:30...

Jackson Memorial’s Thais a Leader at Virginia

Former high school athletes from Ocean and Monmouth counties continue to produce at the collegiate level. Tips? Comments? Feel free to e-mail Chris: cchristopher1259@gmail.com Matt...

Mallory George Is 2 Rebounds Away From Breaking the Centenary Record

Centenary University defeated Cedar Crest College 56-39 at home. Senior center Mallory George is one rebound away from tying the Centenary all-time rebounding record....

Mabrey Sisters Key Reasons for Notre Dame’s Success

NJSportsReport.com staff writer Chris Christopher is happy to share the good news of Monmouth County athletes who are productive at the collegiate level. Tips?...

Point Pleasant Beach’s Farrell Poised for Play in Elite Eight

Matt Farrell, the former Point Pleasant Beach High School boys basketball standout, is among the Elite Eight. Farrell is a key reason the University of...

RFH’s Mike O’Connor Commits To Colgate

When Mike O'Connor first arrived at Rumson Fair-Haven; he often dreamed of the success that he and his teammates could accomplish. Among his many...

NIT Preview: Monmouth Opponent Features Firepower

The Monmouth University men's basketball team will go against a club that has a unique distinction. George Washington University is the lone team in NCAA...

Jessica Constantine’s Golden Goal Lifts GCU Over Queens College

After one hundred and seven minutes of play, the GCU Women's Soccer team had just enough energy left to propel themselves past a tough foe...