(Cherry Hill, NJ/Cherry Hill East)
Record-breaking performances last week have earned volleyball senior Stephanie Miller and tennis freshman Amanda Hickman honors as Rutgers-Camden’s Co-Raptors of the Week.
Miller, the Scarlet Raptors’ setter, achieved a significant milestone when she passed the 2,500-assist plateau for her stellar career. The program’s all-time leader in assists, Miller collected 87 assists as the Raptors went 4-0 last week, hiking their record to 17-5 and within one victory of the program mark set by the 18-13 team from 2010. She capped her week with 33 assists in a three-set sweep over Lehman College Saturday, hiking her career total to 2,505. Miller also added four kills, five aces and 19 digs during the week. She owns 398 assists this season, the fourth-highest single-season total in program history. She owns the top four season totals.
While Miller is completing her outstanding career, Hickman is starting hers in record-breaking fashion. The Raptors’ No. 1 singles player who also teams with Morgan Kelly at No. 1 doubles, Hickman went 2-1 at first singles and 3-0 at first doubles on the way to setting single-season and career records for most wins in singles (14), doubles (10) and overall (24). She owns a 14-3 record in singles and a 10-4 mark in doubles during her freshman season.