Eleven members of the Richard Stockton College women's indoor track & field team recieved New Jersey Athletic Conference all-conference honors in six events.

Morgan Sinclair was recognized for two events. Sinclair was named NJAC first team for the 5000-meter run, an event she won at the NJAC Championship. Sinclair also received second-team honors in the 4x800 relay with Katie Verdon, Laura Warren and Cassandra Hrusko. Chelsea Vaughn (Southern Regional) earned second-team honors for the pole vault.

The Ospreys also earned honorable mentions in three events: Alicia Belko for the 3000 meter run, Bree Hudik for the weight throw and Francesca Jacobus, Amanda Matthews, Courtney Klecha and Rachel Castellitto for the distance medley relay.

The all-conference teams are based on finishes from the NJAC championship meet, which was held March 1.

Stockton softball: The Ospreys defeated both the Coast Guard Academy 5-4 and Hood College 6-0 improving their record to 6-0 this season.

Junior Pitcher Brittany Ksiezopolski set the tone with a save against Coast Guard and pitched a shutout against Hood.

Freshman shortstop Savannah Riotte went 2-for-3 and had her first career home run for the Ospreys while also scoring two runs against Hood.

Stockton will next face a pair of New York teams on Thursday, as they face Sage at 9 a.m. and Ithaca at 11 a.m.

Richard Stockton............. 050 000 0-5 8 0

Coast Guard Academy.. 000 022 0-4 10 3

2B-Tomo RS. Kingston, Lisko, Reynolds CG.

WP-Pietroola 7k (3-0). LP-Sorensen 1k (2-1).

Records-Stockton 5-0, Coast Guard 3-1.

Stockton women's tennis: The Ospreys earned their first win of the spring season, sweeping Greenville College (Ill.) 9-0 on Tuesday in Hilton Head, S.C.

Stockton improved to 1-2 on the spring season.

Stockton's Sam Koropchak, Kristy Faren, Sydni Fahringer (Mainland Regional), Laura Church and Gianna Letinski (Barnegat) each had a singles and a doubles win.

Koropchak won 6-0, 6-1 at first singles, while Faren won 6-4, 6-1 at second singles and Fahringer scored a 6-1, 6-1 win at third singles. Brynn Buechler, who didn't play doubles, won at sixth singles. Doubles winners were Koropchak and Church, Faren and Letinski, and Scout Bauer and Fahringer.

Stockton meets Division II Fairmont State College (W.V.) at 10 a.m. today.