Freshman Tina Croxton, a Deptford product, celebrated her 19th birthday with her second collegiate double-double and junior Brittany Turner had a game-high 23 points to lead host Rutgers-Camden over Hood College, 62-35, in a nonconference game Saturday afternoon.

For the Scarlet Raptors (4-6), Croxton finished with 10 points, 12 rebounds, and 3 blocked shots. Samantha Bragg (Lindenwold) and Alyce Milakovic (Triton) each scored 10 points.

Briana White (Williamstown) scored 16 points for the Blazers (4-6).

Widener 96, Rowan 79 - Five players scored in double figures for the Pride (10-1) in a nonconference win over the Profs (6-4) in Chester.

Jennifer Egee (Ridley) scored 20 points. Vanessa Hejnas (Delran) contributed 16 points and a game-high 13 rebounds. Kate Dellinger chipped in 14 points, while Francesa Lee (Rancocas Valley) and Joanna Persiano (Holy Spirit) added 11 points each. Lee also grabbed 12 boards and Lil Carney (Lower Merion) recorded 14 assists.

For Rowan, Brittany Baum (Egg Harbor Township) registered a career-high 30 points and Lauren Gregg (Collingswood) totaled 11 points. Gina Catanzariti (Cinnaminson) and Bria Hill (Atlantic City) had seven points apiece.

Gwynedd-Mercy 67, Stockton 60 - The Griffins (6-1) won their sixth game in a row, grinding out a nonleague win over the Ospreys (7-3) at home. Brittany Neill netted a game-high 24 points while connecting on seven three-pointers. Kristy McGrath (Bishop Shanahan) and Stacey Judge (St. Hubert) combined for 23 points and 14 rebounds.

Julia Fagan and LaTonya Oliver (Overbrook) each had 13 points apiece for Stockton. Nancy White (Ocean City) added 11 points.

College of New Jersey 61, Salisbury 46 - Alex Gregorek registered 21 points, 10 rebounds, and 3 blocked shots; Keri Washington notched 11 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, and a career-high 7 steals as the Lions (5-4) tallied their third consecutive win, beating the Sea Gulls (4-6).

Mary Washington 55, Cabrini 30 - The Cavaliers (2-6) began their five-day tropical excursion with a loss to Capital Athletic Conference opponent Eagles in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Goldey Beacom 73, Cheyney 45 - Despite 17 points from Lachelle Miller and 12 from Christalle Lynch, the Wolves (4-4) fell to the Lightning (5-5).