Catching up with some former area high school athletes now competing at the college level …

Lauren Holden (sophomore-Fordham basketball-LCMR) scored 10 points in 25 minutes to help the Rams beat Grambling State, 59-53, on Sunday. She scored a career-high 18 points and also dished three assists in a recent 89-82 double-overtime win over Albany. Through six games entering this week, Holden was second on the team in scoring at 9.5 points per game and was leading the team in three-point shooting (47.6 percent) among players with at least three attempts. Fordham is 4-2 overall. …

Jordan Robertson (junior-Colgate basketball-WCHS) made 2 of 3 shots and scored five points in the Raiders’ 81-78 loss to Columbia on Saturday. Robertson had started all five games entering this week and is averaging 5.2 points per game. Colgate entered the week at 1-4.

Lauryn Fields (junior-Savannah State basketball-MTHS) had five points, an assist and a steal in 23 minutes in a 72-60 loss to Kennesaw State on Saturday. Fields has seen action in all five games for the Tigers (2-3). …

Ryan Herlihy (sophomore-Haverford cross country-MTHS) helped the Fords win the Centennial Conference Championships for the 21st time in 24 seasons recently. Herlihy finished as the second Ford harrier and fifth overall out of 103 finishers with a time of 25 minutes, 10.9 seconds, in the race held on Haverford’s home 8K course. The victory qualified the Fords for the NCAA Mideast Regional championships. …

Kevin O’Donnell (senior-Chestnut Hill golf-MTHS) shot 75-79 for a 10-over-par 154 to tie for sixth overall to help the Griffins win the Ursinus College Revolutionary Collegiate Classic for the second straight year in October. Chestnut Hill beat out seven other teams to win the event. …

Madie Gibson (redshirt freshman-Monmouth soccer-LCMR) was named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year for the Hawks. Gibson posted a goal and an assist in Monmouth’s 6-0 rout of Iona in its regular-season finale that clinched first place in the regular season. She finished the regular season with a team-best 28 points on 10 goals and eight assists. …

Jared Irwin (sophomore-Cabrini soccer-WHS) posted three goals and an assist and Sal Zampirri (sophomore-Cabrini soccer-WCHS) recorded one assist for the Cavaliers, who lost 3-0 to Centenary in the Colonial States Athletic Conference championship game. The team finished the season at 12-8-1. …

Emily Johnson (junior-Seton Hall cross country-WCHS) finished a second off her season-best 6K time at the Big East Championships held at Van Cortland Park in Bronx, N.Y. Johnson posted a time of 24:48.9 to finish as the third Seton Hall runner and 66th overall out of 80 finishers. Seton Hall finished 11th in team scoring. …

Gabriella McKeown (junior-Temple soccer-LCMR) led the Owls in scoring with 10 points, recording a team-best four goals. She tied for the team lead with two assists. McKeown played in all 19 games, with 18 starts, for Temple, which finished at 3-16. …

Joe Fala (freshman-Ramapo soccer-MTHS) scored three goals while playing in 17 games, with six starts, for the Roadrunners. Ramapo finished the regular season with a record of 10-4-3. …

David Hicks (sophomore-William & Mary golf-MTHS) was tied for both second on the team and eighth overall with a 221 (+8) at the 54-hole Georgetown Invitational in the team’s final fall event. The Tribe placed eighth out of 12 teams. …

Ashley Badders (senior-Eastern field hockey-MTHS) played in 14 games, with 13 starts, for the Eagles this fall. She was credited with one defensive stop. Eastern finished the season at 6-11 overall. …

Brittany Robertson (senior-Immaculata field hockey-MTHS) finished second on the team with six goals and 13 points for the Mighty Macs, who completed their season at 7-12. Robertson enjoyed the finest single-game offensive output of her career when she registered a hat trick in a late-season victory over Notre Dame of Maryland University. …

Wesley Hills (redshirt junior-Delaware football-WHS) was named a third team Colonial Athletic Association all-star despite missing all or most of four games due to various injuries. He still managed to lead the Blue Hens in rushing, carrying 88 times for 728 yards and seven touchdowns. He averaged 8.3 yards per carry. …

Eric Sorensen (freshman-Monmouth swimming-WCHS) won the 100- and 200-yard backstroke races in the Hawks’ recent loss to Manhattan. Sorensen swam the 100 backstroke in 56.20 seconds and the 200 backstroke in 2:05.03. …

Ed McWade (junior-Chestnut Hill basketball-WCHS) netted 15 points on 6 of 9 shooting in the Griffins’ 88-64 loss to Southern New Hampshire on Sunday. His brother, Kevin McWade (redshirt freshman-Chestnut Hill basketball-WCHS) added four points and two assists off the bench. Through five games, Ed McWade is averaging a team-best 12.4 points per game. Chestnut Hill entered this week at 2-3. …

Jillian Freeman (freshman-Elizabethtown basketball-WHS) has seen action in one game for the Blue Jays, who entered this week at 4-0. …

Lauren Legler (junior-Neumann basketball-MTHS) posted four points, five rebounds and a steal in the Knights’ 64-50 loss to Albright over the weekend. Through the team’s first four games, Legler was averaging 9.5 points and 3.3 rebounds and was leading the team with four three-point field goals. …

Trevor Gehring (sophomore-Worcester Polytechnic Institute swimming-CMTHS) placed 10th in the 200 butterfly and 12th in the 100 butterfly as WPI split a double dual meet with Bowdoin and MIT last weekend. …

Cory Damiana (junior-Hofstra wrestling-LCMR) injured his shoulder in a preseason tournament and may be taking a medical redshirt season for the Pride. He competed at 184 pounds last season as a sophomore. …

Tom Catanoso (senior-Stockton basketball-MTHS) scored 15 points, posted four rebounds and had two assists in only 21 minutes of action to pace the Ospreys to a 99-82 win over Delaware Valley earlier this week. Marcus Harmon (junior-Stockton basketball-MTHS) added eight points and three rebounds in the win for Stockton (2-1). …

Kennedy Johnson (junior-Michigan State basketball-WCHS) has played in six of seven games for the Spartans (6-1), who went into this week ranked No. 24 in the nation after winning the Radisson Thanksgiving Classic tournament last weekend. Johnson is averaging 0.7 points and 0.5 rebounds. …

Zach Valcarce (junior-Rider wrestling-LCMR) is 1-2 overall competing at 133 pounds for the Broncs. He placed fifth at the Journeymen Collegiate Classic in Troy, N.Y. Rider next wrestles Saturday at Lock Haven. …

Mackenzie Huber (junior-Penn State Berks-WHS) posted eight points and five rebounds in PSU Berks’ recent 80-56 loss to Penn State Brandywine. …

Olivia Rulon (sophomore-Rowan basketball-WCHS) scored 10 points on 4 of 9 shooting in just seven minutes in the Profs’ recent 107-89 victory over Lehman College.

(Have info on other former local high school athletes competing at the college level? Pass it along via email to cmcgazettesports@yahoo.com and we’ll be sure to include it in a future Alumni Notebook.)