Sophomore Natalie Guarracino netted the game-winning goal while Megan Lord and Madelyn Buchanan added one goal and one assist each to lift the RCGC Women's Soccer team to a 3-0 triumph over host Northampton County College on Saturday to highlight a busy weekend of Roadrunner Athletics.
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The win improved the Roadrunners' record to 8-1 overall, 5-0 in Region XIX and 3-0 in Garden State Athletic Conference competition. Coach Megan Ruttler's team holds the No. 5 spot in the NJCAA Division III National Rankings.
With just one sub, the Runners produced 19 shots, including 7 shots on goal.
Upcoming this week for Ruttler's squad will be three Region XIX and GSAC games, including two on the road.
In other weekend action, Freshman Bobby Andrews scored the first goal and turned in a solid two-way game to lead the Roadrunners to a 2-0 victory over visiting County College of Morris in men's soccer action.
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Following Andrews' first half goal, Zach Piro (Hammonton) capped off the scoring with a late second-half goal to put the finishing touches on a defensive battle. Goalkeeper Chris Lenahan (Schalick) posted the shutout behind a solid Roadrunner defensive effort.
The Roadrunners evened their record at 5-5 overall (4-3 Region XIX).
In softball, the Roadrunners hosted a Fall Showcase with Del Tech and Suffolk CC visiting.
The women's volleyball team fell to Bergen County Community College 3-0.
The Roadrunners' men's team placed eighth in the Ospey Invitational at Stockton University against primarily NCAA D III schools with 220 points. RCGC is ranked No. 3 in the country among NJCAA Division III teams.
Jake Caruso (Eastern Regional) was the top finisher for the Runners with a 10th place showing in 27:18.83. James Kennedy placed 27th in 28:19.25 while Mike Dowd (Wiliamstown) notched a 34th place finish in 28:34.85.