The Richard Stockton College women's soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to four as the Ospreys tied Kean University 2-2 in a New Jersey Athletic Conference game Tuesday in Galloway Township.

After a scoreless first half, Kean scored first as Deanna Columbia scored with an assist from Shannon Pederson.

Stockton answered seven minutes later with Jessica Balnis' fifth goal of the season.

The Ospreys took the lead in the 76th minute as Kiera Hines knocked in a header that found the back of the net. Julianna Natale tied the game for Kean with 7:42 remaining.

Kean University 0 2 0 0 - 2

Richard Stockton 0 2 0 0 - 2

Goals-Natale, Columbia KU; Balnis, Hines RS.

Goalie-Blair (9) KU; Hinkle (8) RS.

Records-Stockton 8-2-2; Kean 9-1-1.

Player of the week: Richard Stockton junior Nicole Serekian earned her second NJAC women's volleyball player of the week honor Tuesday.

Serekian played an important part in the Ospreys' 5-0 record for the week with team-high averages of 3.28 kills and 0.67 aces per set. She also had 2.22 digs per set.

Stockton swept Montclair as Serekian posted match highs of 14 kills and 10 digs. She continued to contribute as the Ospreys (15-4) won four straight matches at the Steven Ducks Invitational, which Stockton won.

Serekian leads the conference in kills, averaging 3.31 per set and ranks third in points, averaging 3.94 per set.

Cumberland County women's soccer: The Dukes (2-7) fell 3-1 to visiting Bucks County College in a Region 19 game.

Holly Schaper (Cumberland Christian) scored for Cumberland with 1:21 remaining. Mackenzie Wimberg (Absegami) made 12 saves, including eight in the first half.

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