The Richard Stockton College men's lacrosse team rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Muhlenberg College 11-9 on Saturday in Allentown, Pa.

The score was tied at 7-7 after three quarters.

Nick Bologno scored five goals and had one assist for the Ospreys. He became the eighth Stockton player to reach the 100-goal mark. Bologno scored three goals in the fourth quarter and assisted on the other.

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Drew Wright added two goals and an assist for the Ospreys. Tyler Van Benschoten had two goals. Stockton freshman goalie Eric Leonard made 15 saves, including five in the fourth quarter.

Richard Stockton 3 2 2 4-11

Home 4 1 2 2-9

Goals-Bologno (5), Wright (2), Van Benschoten (2), Becker, O'Donnell RS. Mertz (2), Glancy (2), Farrell (2), D'Alessandro, Heenan, Gallo M.

Goalies-Leonard (15) RS. Schlauch (15) M.

Records-Stockton 5-2, Muhlenberg 1-5.

Stockton women's lacrosse: Kate Bennett (Absegami), Monica Barysh, Lindsay Roof (Absegami) and Toni Roma each scored their first career goals for the Ospreys in an 18-5 win over visiting Bryn Athyn College (Pa.).

Stockton, in its first season, improved to 4-1.

Nicole Miller and Colleen Knight scored three goals apiece, and Kelsey Perst and Alicia Leadbeater each added two goals. Jenny Carpenter (Absegami) had a goal and an assist. Goalie Mary Stornes (Absegami) made one save in the first half. Rianna Martorano (Southern Regional) played the second half in goal and had three stops.

Bryn Athyn 1 4-5

Richard Stockton 15 3-18

Goals-Asplundh (3_, Schmucker, Hyatt BA. Miller (3), Knight (3), Perst (2), Leadbeater (2), Flake, Carpenter, Roma, Stroud, Nesterwit, Roof, Barysh, Bennett RS.

Goalies-Hyatt (4) BA. Stornes (1), Martorano (3) RS.

Records-Bryn Athyn 1-3, Stockton 4-1.

Stockton baseball: Western Connecticut State University swept a doubleheader against Stockton in the Ospreys' final two games of their Florida trip. Western Connecticut (4-1) won the first game 4-2 to halt Stockton's seven-game winning streak, and took game two 5-2.

Stockton fell to 7-3.

Stockton's Matt Mangarella had five hits on the day. He was 2-for-3 with a run in the first game. Brett Solomen was 2-for-3 with an RBI. Luke Root (Buena Regional) singled, stole second and scored on Solomen's RBI single in the fifth inning.

Mangarella went 3-for-4 with a run in the second game. George Eisenhart was 1-for-4 with an RBI and a run. Stockton led 2-1 after six innings as pitcher Adam Warburton allowed only three hits during that span. But two Stockton errors helped the Colonials score four runs in the top of the seventh.

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