The Richard Stockton College men's lacrosse team tied a school record with its 12th win as it beat Mount St. Mary College 13-7 on Saturday in Newburgh, N.Y.

Max Becker and Vinny Gencarelli scored three goals apiece for the Ospreys (12-3), and Drew Wright added two goals and two assists. Guy Loggi (Mainland Regional) scored twice.

Stockton also had 12 wins in 2002.

Latest Video

The Ospreys improved to 3-1 in the Skyline Conference. Mount St. Mary fell to 3-8 (1-4).

Richard Stockton 4 2 4 3-13

Mount St. Mary 2 0 1 4-7

Goals-Becker (3), Gencarelli (3), Wright (2), Loggi (2), Epifano, Sebor, Pagano RS. McMahon (6), Hobbs MSM.

Goalies-Leonard (5) RS. Haran (15) MSM.

Records-Stockton 12-3, MSM 3-8.

Stockton women's crew: The Ospreys' varsity four placed fourth in heat two of its division, and the Stockton novice four was sixth in heat one of its category at the Knecht Cup on Mercer Lake in West Windsor. Stockton failed to advance in the two divisions.

Stockton softball: The Ospreys split a New Jersey Athletic Conference doubleheader with William Paterson.

The Ospreys lost the first game 4-1 and won the second game 2-0.

Brittany Ksiezopolski pitched a five-hitter for the Ospreys in the second game, striking out five for her third shutout of the season. Nicole Tomo went 2-for-4 with a double and RBI. Samantha Shockey scored the game's first run on Gianna Cuffari's groundout.

In the first game, Shockey drove in Stockton's only run with a two-out single in the sixth.

Game 1

Stockton 000 001 0-1 5 2

William Paterson 000 301 0-4 7 1

2B-K. Fryer, Wimmershoff WP. HR-Wimmershoff WP.

WP-Podmajersku (5-3) 4k. LP-Pietrocola (9-4) 4k.

Records-Stockton 15-8, Paterson 20-5.

Game 2

Stockton 010 000 1-2 5 0

William Paterson 000 000 0-0 5 0

WP-Ksiezopolski (7-4) 5k. LP-Castelli (8-2) 4k.

Records-Stockton 16-8, Paterson 20-6.

Stockton baseball: The Ospreys lost both games of a doubleheader at Montclair State.

The Ospreys lost the first game 1-0 and the second game 9-4.

In the first game, Stockton's Adam Warburton allowed the game's only run in the seventh inning. He pitched an eight-inning complete game, allowing three hits and three walks. He struck out four.

In the second game, Montclair scored six total runs in the seventh and eighth innings to wipe out a 4-3 deficit.

Travis Marra went 2-for-3 with two RBIs for the Ospreys, and Rich Zonin and Brett Solomen added two hits apiece.

Game 1

Stockton 000 000 000-0 4 1

Montclair 000 000 10x-1 3 0

WP-Papa (3-2) 3k. LP-Warburton (2-2) 4k.

Records-Stockton 14-11, Montclair 10-13.

Game 2

Stockton 010 001 200-4 10 4

Montclair 201 000 24x-9 9 3

2B-Solomen RS; Abreu, Pace MS.

WP-Silvestri (2-2) 2k. LP-Stout (4-2) 4k.

Records-Stockton 14-12, Montclair 11-13.

Stockton women's lacrosse: Kean University beat the visiting Ospreys 14-8.

Julie Knodt and Ciara Mastrodomenico scored three goals apiece for the Cougars.

Carlie Flake, Alicia Leadbeater and Colleen Knight led Stockton with two goals apiece, and Jenny Carpenter (Absegami) added a goal and two assists.

Ospreys goalie Mary Stornes (Absegami) had a career-high 15 saves.

Richard Stockton 2 6-8

Kean 7 7-14

Goals-Flake (2), Knight (2), Leadbeater (2), Carpenter, Miller RS. Knodt (3), Mastrodomenico (3), Blanda (2), Seidel (2), Schneck, Brocklebank, Gnapp, Bachovin K.

Goalies-Stornes (15) RS. Wagenti (4) K.

Records-Stockton 9-3, Kean 7-5.

Atlantic Cape Community College archery: The Buccaneers' Sungwoo Shin won the men's recurve division Thursday at the Adam Wheatcroft Memorial Invitational Tournament at James Madison University in Virginia.

Shin had a score of 623, winning by 49 points in the two-day tournament. The Atlantic Cape men's recurve team of Shin, Chun Lau and Matt Craig won with a score of 1,422.

Shin and Catharine Tarquino placed third in the mixed recurve division with 995 points. Robin Cruz, Nelson Vega and Zyier Nicholson placed second in the men's team compound division with 1,411 points.

Can't get enough High School sports? Get the latest scores, game highlights and analysis delivered to your inbox each week!

Recommended for you

Welcome to the discussion.

Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.
Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated.
Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything.
Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person.
Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article.