CHELSEA WILLIAMS, Copiague
LIU Post basketball
The senior guard earned East Coast Conference Player of the Year honors after averaging 19.2 points in 26 games. She scored in double figures in 24 games and topped the 20-point mark a dozen times.
ADRIANNA POWELL-LAWRENCE, Uniondale
Findlay track and field
The freshman became Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champion in the 400 meters, finishing in 57.23 seconds, an NCAA provisional qualifying mark. She was named women's freshman track athlete of the year.
KELLY GUERRIERO, Floral Park
Led the East Coast Conference in three-pointers, and set a program record, according to the school's athletics website, with 95 treys. She ranked fourth in the conference in three-point shooting percentage (.399), and her 3.52 three-pointers per game leads the nation in Division II.
MIKE CHANENCHUK, Poquott
The St. Anthony's graduate registered a career-high six points on a career-best five goals and one assist to lead the Terps to a 10-6 win over No. 1 Duke. He scored Maryland's first two goals and then tallied his three others, including the winner, during the Terps' 7-0 run. He was named Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse offensive player of the week.
JOHN PETRUCELLI, Hicksville
The senior was named East Coast Conference Player of the Year. He led the conference with 23.7 points and shot 47.5 percent from the field. He ranked in the top 10 in the conference in nine different categories, including: minutes per game (36.1), rebounds (208) and steals (103). His steals total and average (3.68) are tops in all of NCAA Division II.
KEVIN LICUL, Levittown
SUNY Old Westbury baseball
The Division High School graduate was named the Skyline Conference player of the week after he collected five hits in 11 at-bats (.455) with two doubles and a home run in four games. He also had five RBIs, two runs and a pair of walks.
ALYSSA MURRAY, West Babylon
The senior had a goal and four assists as third-ranked Syracuse tallied the final five goals to break a tie at 7 and defeat No. 14 Towson, 12-7, on Sunday. She now has 276 points in her career, which moved her into a tie for third place on Syracuse's all-time scoring list.
MATT KAVANAGH, Rockville Centre
Notre Dame lacrosse
The former All-Long Island player and Chaminade star had three goals and two assists as No. 11 Notre Dame pulled off an 11-10 come-from-behind victory at No. 2 North Carolina last Saturday.