Junior midfielder Erica Borgo has two goals and an assist for the Yale University field hockey team.
Borgo, of Randolph, had a goal and an assist on Sept. 23 when the Bulldogs defeated Sacred Heart, 3-1.
Her goal with 20 minutes left extended Yale's lead to 3-0 against Sacred Heart.
Last season, Borgo had a school-record 17 assists, which was second in the country.
Former Madison standout Alli Helwig has two assists for Michigan State.
Helwig, a sophomore midfielder, has started seven of 10 games for the Spartans. Michigan State is 6-5 overall and 5-3 at home.
Senior forward Sarah Charles (West Morris H.S.) leads Drew University with 10 goals.
Charles has started all eight games for the Rangers. She had hat tricks against Stevens Tech and Susquehanna.
Christa Romano, a junior midfielder from Madison, has two goals and an assist for Quinnipiac.
Romano has played in all 10 games for the Bobcats (6-4).
Four Morris and Sussex County players - Aubrey Pellerin of Long Valley, Jaclyn Bertos of Rockaway, Felicia Wetzel of Hardyston and Shannon Fisher of Denville - have contributed for William Paterson University this fall.
Pellerin, who played scholastically at West Morris, has three goals and an assist. Fisher (Morris Knolls) has one goal. Bertos and Wetzel each have an assist.
Pope John alumnae Stephanie Barbulescu has started nine of 10 games at midfield and has two assists for the 8-0-1 Montclair State University squad.
Allison Wacker, a junior forward, has started three games and has an assist. Wacker is a Wallkill Valley grad. Brittany Cooper, a sophomore midfielder from Roxbury, also has an assist for MSU.
Heather Faasse, a sophomore defender, has started all eight games for Colby-Sawyer.
Faasse had hip surgery after the 2011 season and is back in top form.
Freshman Taylor Lusardi has an assist The College of New Jersey (8-1). Lusardi graduated from Randolph High School.
Sophomore Kelly Antoniello was 16th while competing for FDU-Florham at the Ramapo Invitational at Garret Mountain Invitational on Sept. 25.
Florham Park's Antoniello, who finished in 22:59.3, is a graduate of St. Elizabeth.
anita blomberg Sunday, 07 October 2012 19:13 Comment Link
I finally got on to your website. I'm impressed with the reports, quality of the photos and your highlighting NJ fh players who are now attending college! I certainly recognize several of the players' names. Kudos. :-)