Richard Stockton College's Chelsea Vaughan (Southern Regional H.S.) earned All-American honors by placing fourth in the pole vault Friday at the NCAA Division III indoor track and field championships in Lincoln, Neb.
At Nebraska Weslyan University, Vaughan, a sophomore, cleared 3.85 meters. She just missed out on third place after making the same height as Jenna Adams of Williams College. Adams defeated Vaughan on the tiebreaker.
Vaughan became Stockton's first track and field All-American since 2011. She became the Ospreys' first women's All-American since 2010.
In her first season with the Ospreys, the transfer from Cincinnati also made the all-New Jersey Athletic Conference team.
Stockton baseball: The Ospreys swept a doubleheader against Hilbert College, winning 6-3 and then 11-0 in Port St. Lucie, Fla. Brandon Trainor (Southern Reg.) was the winning pitcher in the first game. He allowed three runs and struck out four in 4� innings.
Stockton built a 6-0 lead before Hilbert scored.
Matt Mangarella had a total of five hits, five RBIs and four runs for Stockton in the doubleheader.
The Ospreys will finish their stay in Florida with a doubleheader today against Western Connecticut.
Stockton softball: The Ospreys split their final two games at the National Training center in Clermont, Fla., defeating Monmouth College (Ill.) 5-3 and then losing to Stevenson 2-1.
Sophomore outfielder Nichole Tomo got her first career home run against Monmouth, a three-run shot in the sixth inning.
Senior pitcher Michelle Pietrocola earned the win over Monmouth, allowing only two earned runs, three hits and striking out 10.
The Ospreys' next game is their home opener next Saturday against Hunter.