Freshman women's soccer star Leigh Swietanski (West Deptford) and sophomore men's soccer standojut Justin Phy were selected as the Athletes of the Season, it was announced during the annual Fall Sports Banquet on December 2.
Freshman outside hitter Lina Russo (Cherry Hill) has been selected to the All-Region XIX First Team following a solid 2019 season in which she helped the Roadrunner's Volleyball Team to the Garden State Athletic Conference championship and a Region playoff berth. In addition, sophomore libero Katie Burrichter (Our Lady of Mercy) was chosen to the All-Region XIX Second Team while setter Dominque Marcano (GCIT) was selected to the All-Region XIX Third Team.
Today we highlight freshman women's volleyball standout Katie Burrichter, who recently helped the program win its first-ever Garden State Athletic Conference championship and qualify for the NJCAA Region XIX DIII tournament. Katie has proven to be one of the top players at libero in Region XIX and the GSAC. See her profile below.
The Roadrunner Volleyball team proved to be winners on and off the court Tuesday night. Coach Rebecca Pierson's Runners blanked visiting Montgomery County College 3-0 to raise their Region record to 10-2 -- while also participating in "Dig Pink" Night to raise money for breast cancer research.
Following Saturday's 3-0 triumph over visiting Brookdale Community College, Roadrunner women's volleyball coach Rebecca Pierson let her team in on a little secret -- they had just clinched a share of the Garden State Athletic Conference championship!
You knew it would be like this all night — competitive, with plenty of athleticism and eye-popping plays.The RCSJ Gloucester and Ocean County College volleyball teams followed the script perfectly. What did you expect from two of the top teams in Region XIX and the Garden State Athletic Conference?
With a key starter out of the lineup, Roadrunner's volleyball coach Rebecca Pierson decided to juggle her lineup as the team approached the start of their Region XIX match against Bergen Community College on Saturday.
The Roadrunner women's volleyball continued their winning ways Tuesday night when they picked up a 3-1 triumph on the road at Middlesex County College for their third straight victory and fifth in their last six matches.
Based on recent history, who would have expected this result? But don't tell that to a confident Roadrunner women's volleyball team, which turned a major corner Tuesday night to stun visiting Raritan Valley Community College 3-1 in a key Region XIX and GSAC battle.
Close -- but not quite enough to steal a road win. After holding a slim lead and needing one set to close out a key region and conference rival, the Roadrunner volleyball team dropped a heart-breaking 3-2 decision Saturday afternoon.
The Roadrunner Women's Volleyball has performed well in the early part of the 2019 season despite playing in what may be its toughest stretch of the regular season. The Runners, coached by Rebecca Pierson, won their opening match against Lehigh Carbon but are now 1-4 overall after playing top competition on the road this past weekend at Raritan Valley.
The Roadrunner Women's Volleyball team travels to County College of Morris on Saturday, August 30, in a key Region XIX battle. The Roadrunners, coached by Rebecca Pierson, won their opener with a 3-0 triumph over visiting Lehigh Carbon on August 27. Morris will be playing in their home opener.
Opening night turned out well for Roadrunner Volleyball with a big win at home.The Roadrunners topped Lehigh Carbon 3-0 behind fine play from Taylor Caldas, Macenzie Long, Katie Burrichter, and Dominique Marcano. RCSJ swept all three matches by scores of 25-3, 25-9, and 25-10.
The 2019 Roadrunner Women's Volleyball team took the court against RCSJ Gloucester Alumni on Thursday, August 22. Coach Rebecca Pierson's 2019 squad performed well against the Alumni in the Roadrunner Gymnasium before an enthusiastic audience.