The Richard Stockton College field hockey team won its fourth straight game, 3-1 over SUNY New Paltz on Saturday.
Susie Balidemaj scored the first goal of the game for Stockton. Colleen Knight assisted. Less than three minutes later, SUNY's Danielle Conklin scored to tie the game.
Stockton broke the 1-1 tie 39 minutes, 41 seconds into the match. Alicia Leadbetter scored to break the tie, and Rieligh Duff made it 3-1 later in the half.
Stockton improved to 8-3 (1-1 New Jersey Athletic Conference). They play at DeSales University at 4 pm. Tuesday.
New Paltz 1 0-1
Stockton 1 2-3
Goals-Conklin NP; Balidemaj, Leadbetter, Duff RS.
Goalies-Pjetri (7) NP; Stankiewicz (0) RS.
Records-New Paltz 6-5, Stockton 8-3.
Stockton women's soccer: Lexi Stasi scored three goals to lead the Ospreys to a 7-0 win over New Jersey City University.
Stockton improved to 9-4 (3-2 NJAC). Jacque Becker, Adrianna Boucher, Lauren Denny and Amanda Magana also scored.
Jessica Balnis (Buena Regional) had an assist for the Ospreys.
Stockton will host John Jay College of Criminal Justice on Monday at 6 p.m.
Stockton 3 4-7
NJ City 0 0-0
Goals-Stasi (3), Becker, Boucher, Denny, Magana RS.
Goalies-Hinkle (0), Haynes (0), Parliament (0) RS; Hoffman (21) NJC.
Records-Stockton 9-4, NJ City 1-7-1.
Stockton men's soccer: The Ospreys scored five goals in the first half and beat New Jersey City 7-0.
Anthony Colofranson scored his team-leading 11th goal of the season to make it 2-0 after the first of two own goals. Brandon Schnidor scored two goals for the Ospreys, and Chris Katona and Clevon McPherson added one goal apiece.
The Ospreys improved to 8-2-2 (4-1 NJAC). Stockton plays at Rutgers-Camden at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
NJ City 0 0-0
Stockton 5 2-7
Goals-Schinder (2), Colofranson, Katona, McPherson.
Goalies-Morales (8), Nardon (0) NJC; Millar (5), Brett (0) RS.
Records-NJ City 5-5, Stockton 8-2-2.
Stockton volleyball: The Ospreys extended their winning streak to 12 straight matches by beating Marywood University and host Cabrini College (Pa.) in a nonconference tri-match.
Stockton (17-5) beat Marywood 3-0 with scores of 25-22, 25-23 and 25-12. The Ospreys topped Cabrini 3-1 with games of 25-19, 25-20, 18-25 and 28-26.
Nicole Serekian led Stockton against Marywood with 12 kills. Mayan Alvarado and Shannon Clark added 20 and 12 assists, respectively. Alvarado and Emily each had nine digs.
Freshman Lindsay Schuele had a team-high 14 kills for Stockton against Cabrini. Serekian added 12 kills and freshman Idi Uffen had 10, along with seven blocks. Alvarado and Clark had 24 and 21 assists, respectively.
Stockton will compete in the Neumann Fall Classic on Friday and Saturday in Aston, Pa.
The Ospreys' first of four matches at the event is with Ursinus College at 4 pm. Friday.
Stockton women's tennis: The Ospreys lost 5-4 to Ramapo College in an NJAC match.
Stockton (8-3 overall) and Ramapo (9-1) are 4-2 and 4-1, respectively, in the conference.
The Ospreys got victories from Sam Koropchak, Kristy Faren and Gianna Letinski in singles, which they split with Ramapo. Letinski and Scout Bauer won in doubles for the Ospreys.
Singles-Carly Agrifolio R d. Krystle Bendijo 6-4, 6-3; Sam Koropchak S d. Sara Luby 6-0, 7-6 (4-0); Kristy Faren S d. Stephanie Abrecht 6-1, 1-6, 6-2; Micala Demchak R d. Laura Church 5-2; Katrina Biss R d. Brynn Buechler 6-2, 6-2; Gianna Letinski S d. Maegan Heaney (RCNJWT) 6-2, 5-7, 6-1.
Doubles-Carly Agrifolio-Stephanie Abrecht R d. Krystle Bendijo-Laura Church 8-5; Sara Luby-Micala Demchak R d. Sam Koropchak-Kristy Faren 8-4; Gianna Letinski-Scout Bauer S d. Katrina Biss-Ivy Schuckman 8-2.
Records-Stockton 8-3, Ramapo 9-1.
Atlantic Cape Community College volleyball: The Buccaneers lost 3-0 to Middlesex Community College on Friday and to Passaic Community College on Saturday.
The scores against Middlesex were 25-7, 25-12 and 25-7. Atlantic Cape's Jenny Lau had six assists and five digs against Middlesex, while Ericka Johns added eight digs and Lauren Curcio had two kills and three digs.
Against Passaic, the game scores were 25-12, 25-14 and 25-19. Melanie Ruga and Glorielles Rosario had four and three kills, respectively, while Lau added five assists and Michelle Chen had six digs.