A look at the locals

Georgia Holland. Georgia Holland. Photo Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

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TRINA PLUMMER, West Babylon

Felician College basketball

The senior became the program's all-time leading rebounder in the final game of the regular season Thursday night. She grabbed 12 rebounds and scored 25 points in the 85-48 win against visiting Concordia. The North Babylon graduate has 673 career rebounds. The record was 667 rebounds, set in 2012 by Jessica Ford. With the win, Felician locked up the No. 3 seed from the CACC North Division in the upcoming conference tournament.

KERRIE KOLACKOVSKY, Franklin Square

Seton Hall swimming

The Carey graduate captured gold last week at the 2014 Big East championships in the 100- and 200-yard breaststroke events and took silver in the 200 individual medley to earn a share of the most outstanding female swimmer award. She became only the third female swimmer in program history to be crowned a Big East champion and the first since 1994, according to the school's athletics website.

T.J. DICARLO, Farmingdale

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LIU Post lacrosse

The transfer from Mercy College was named Monday the East Coast Conference goalkeeper of the week. DiCarlo backstopped the Pioneers' season-opening 17-5 win against Saint Anselm, turning aside 12 of 13 shots for three quarters.

DYLAN MOLLOY, Setauket

Brown lacrosse

In his college debut, the St. Anthony's graduate and former Newsday All-Long Island star scored four goals in a 13-6 win at Quinnipiac last Saturday.

ERIN MCMULLAN, Wading River

Yale ice hockey

The senior goalkeeper was named Ivy League co-defensive player of the week Monday after helping Yale to a 10-8 win against Holy Cross in the season opener. The Shoreham-Wading River graduate, who had seven saves, helped limit Holy Cross to only one goal in the final 30:43.

GEORGIA HOLLAND, Stony Brook

Yale field hockey

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She was named Yale's player of the year earlier this month. The senior midfielder led the Bulldogs with 20 points and was second in the nation with 10 defensive saves. A molecular biology major, Holland also received Yale's prestigious Francis Gordon Brown prize, recognizing academic achievements. The former high school All-American led Ward Melville to a state championship in 2008, was Newsday's L.I. Player of the Year in 2009 and is a member of USA Field Hockey's junior national team.

TYLER HARRIS, Dix Hills

Providence basketball

After the sophomore grabbed a season-high 12 rebounds and scored 15 points in a double-overtime loss to Villanova, he scored 14 points in an 87-81 win against Butler. He has scored at least 10 points in four straight games.

JESSICA KITRYS

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Adelphi basketball

The senior forward from Parlin, N.J., became the program's all-time career points leader last Saturday during an 87-50 win against Pace. She has 1,598 points. The record was 1,590 points, set by Margaret Pape in 1984. Kitrys was named NE-10 player of the week Monday for the second consecutive time.

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