Richard Stockton College sophomore Tim Miller (Pinelands Regional) placed second in the men’s high jump at the Thomson Invitational indoor track and field meet Saturday at the University of Delaware in Newark, Del.

Miller’s height was 1.98 meters.

The meet included athletes from all three NCAA divisions, and it was Stockton’s first indoor meet since Dec. 3.

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Stoctkon’s Ryan Mazzeo (Ocean City) was second in the men’s pole vault (4.25 meters).

The Ospreys’ team of Aryton Bayer (Southern Regional), James Rivers (Barnegat), Alex Bruno and Tyler Pinto was third in the 4x800-meter relay (8 minutes, 40.49 seconds).

Dan Hemmerlin tied for seventh in the high jump (1.83 meters). Andrew Wilson (Oakcrest) was eighth in the triple jump (12.06 meters).

For the Ospreys women, Morgan Sinclair finished fifth among 40 runners in the mile (5:23.36), and she was 10th in the 3,000 meters (10:47.64). Teammate Nikki Stratton was ninth among 61 competitors in the long jump (5 meters).

Stockton’s Meagan Sim-mons (Southern Regional) was sixth in the women’s triple jump (10.68 meters). Freshman teammate Jassina Sykes was sixth in the long jump.

Laura Warren was eighth in the mile (5:28.64). Nicole Saige was ninth among 63 in the 800 (2:27.23). Bree Hudik placed ninth in the weight throw (12.38 meters).

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