Terry Tuttle, a junior from Washington Township, had appeared in 23 games, 17 as a designated hitter and six as a pitcher. He was hitting .396 with nine RBIs and had a 1-1 record in six pitching appearances.
Chris Urbanski, a senior from Shawnee, has been the Knights' starting catcher. He had appeared in 24 of the first 32 games and was hitting .283 with 2 home runs, 11 runs scored and 16 RBIs.
Fairleigh Dickinson, a Division III school, has received a solid performance from freshman Don Hinrichs of Sacred Heart, who had made eight pitching appearances and was 2-1 with a 3.86 ERA. He had struck out 20 in 32 innings. Hinrichs has also played shortstop and was hitting .268 with 12 runs scored.
Freshman pitcher Jon Klinshaw of Delsea has been one of Glassboro State's most pleasant surprises. In his first 39 1/3 innings, Klinshaw had a 3-1 record and team-leading 0.92 ERA. He was second on the team with 21 strikeouts.
Larry Barber, a senior from Paulsboro, had pitched a team-leading 40 innings and was 4-1 with a 3.15 ERA.
Profs sophomore first baseman Neil Johnson of Lenape was hitting .318 with four home runs and 18 RBIs. Sophomore infielder Ralph Schiavo of Cherokee had appeared in 22 of the Profs' first 27 games. Schiavo was hitting .353 with 21 runs scored.
Glassboro State is coached by John Seymour, a former assistant coach at Rutgers and graduate of Cinnaminson.
Villanova junior first baseman Cliff Foley of Cherry Hill East has started 27 of the Wildcats' first 32 games. Foley was hitting .356 with 12 doubles, one home run and 27 RBIs.
Textile freshman pitcher Mike Adams of Glassboro was 5-3 after last week's 9-2 complete-game victory over Allentown College.
University of Delaware junior Keith Garagozzo of Holy Cross was selected the East Coast Conference pitcher of the week for the second time this season.
Garagozzo went 2-0 with 18 strikeouts and an 0.69 ERA in wins over George Mason and Hofstra. Through the third week of April, he was 8-0 with a 0.98 ERA and 83 strikeouts. His ERA ranked second in the nation in Division I.
Monmouth senior Derek Hoeflich of Pennsauken improved his record to 2-1 with a 9-5 win over St. Mary's. Hoeflich struck out eight in 6 1/3 innings and had 34 strikeouts in 40 1/3 innings.
Hawks' freshman outfielder Doug Watson of Paul VI had appeared in 17 of the Hawks' first 23 games, including six as a starter and was hitting .344 with two home runs and 14 RBIs.
MISCELLANY. Bob Parker, a 6-foot-1 point guard from Camden Catholic, will attend King's (Pa.) College. Last season, he averaged 11.8 points per game for Camden Catholic. He also collected 282 career assists, placing him No. 2 on the school's all-time list. Parker, who averaged 6.5 assists per start, had 14 assists in one game last season.
For the second week in a row Drexel sophomore shortstop Kelli Griffith of Pennsville has been named the East Coast Conference softball player of the week. Griffith went 8 for 19 (.421) with two doubles, three runs scored and five RBIs. Through the first 37 games, Griffith was leading the Dragons in three categories - with a .344 batting average, five doubles and 11 stolen bases.
Gettysburg College sophomore Kelli Agnew of Haddon Township has appeared in six of the Bullets' first 13 lacrosse matches in goal. Agnew had made 28 saves in her first six matches.
Vanderbilt junior Steve Medes of Bishop Eustace has been moved from free safety to linebacker by new football coach Gerry DiNardo. Medes, who had 44 tackles last season, was listed as a backup left linebacker in the Commodores' 5-2 defense.
Rutgers-Camden junior Jason Toogood of Eastern helped lead the Pioneers to their first tennis victory of the season over Jersey City.
Toogood won at No. 3 singles and teamed with Devang Sodha, a junior from Cherry Hill West, for a straight-set victory at No. 2 doubles. Bernard Favis a freshman from Pennsauken also keyed the win with a triumph at No. 6 singles.