The Richard Stockton College softball team lost both games of a New Jersey Athletic Conference doubleheader to Montclair State on Monday.
The visiting Ospreys lost 4-3 and then 6-2. Stockton fell to 11-5 with its third straight loss.
The first game, scheduled for seven innings, went to nine. Montclair took a 3-1 lead in the first inning, and the Ospreys tied it in the sixth on Samantha Shockey's two-run double.
In the bottom of the ninth, Montclair's Briana Davidson hit a game-ending RBI double.
Nicole Chabak went 3-for-4, including a double and a home run, for Stockton. Shockey was 2-for-4, including a double, with two RBIs. Grace Long (Egg Harbor Township H.S.) had two hits and a run.
Long had one hit and an RBI in the second game.
Stockton 100 002 000-3 9 1
Montclair 300 000 001-4 4 0
2B-Chabak, Shockey RS; Davidson MS. HR-Chabak RS.
WP-Hill (12-1). LP-Pietrocola (7-1).
Records-Stockton 11-4, Montclair 16-1.
Stockton 100 100 0-2 6 2
Montclair 000 222 x-6 6 1
WP-Hill (13-1). LP-Pietrocola (7-2).
Records-Stockton 11-5, Montclair 17-1.
Weekly awards: Three Stockton athletes earned weekly conference honors.
Nicole Miller was name the NJAC women's lacrosse Rookie of the Week and Cassandra Hrusko the women's track and field Rookie of the Week. Eric Leonard was selected as the Skyline Conference men's lacrosse Rookie of the Week.
Miller's award was her second in three weeks. In two games last week, she had seven goals, two assists, seven ground balls and two draw controls.
Hrusko earned her sixth Rookie of the Week honor in three sports (four cross country, one indoor track and field and one outdoor track and field). She won the 800-meter run at the Ramapo Northeast Challenge on Saturday in 2 minutes, 24.07 seconds.
Leonard won his second Rookie of the Week award in three weeks. The goalie made nine saves in an 11-8 win over DeSales on Thursday and three stops in a 15-5 win over Mount St. Vincent on Saturday.
Stockton cross country: The men's and women's teams each qualified for All-Academic Team status from the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
The women's team posted a cumulative 3.73 grade-point average that tied the Ospreys with Albion for second best in the nation. The men's team posted a cumulative 3.30 GPA, finishing 68th nationally.
To qualify, the squads must have recorded a cumulative team GPA of 3.10 or higher through the fall 2013 semester.