The Richard Stockton College defeated previously undefeated College of Staten Island SUNY 8-1 on Thursday in a nonconference women's tennis match.
The match was played in a nontraditional format, with all six singles matches held before the doubles. Stockton swept the singles to clinch the team victory before the doubles matches began.
Krystle Bendijo, Sydnni Fahringer and Gianna Letinski led the Ospreys with victories in singles and doubles.
Stockton will compete over the weekend at the Goucher Open in Maryland.
Singles- Krystle Bendijo S d. Sophia Varriano 6-2, 6-0; Sam Koropchak S d. S. Bragerton-Nasert 6-3, 6-2; Kristy Faren S d. Jean Baak 5-7, 6-4, 10-6; Sydni Fahringer S d. Nozima Toshpulatova 6-0, 6-1; Laura Church S d. J. Jamaleddine 6-1, 6-2;Gianna Letinski S d. Michelle Kushnir (CSI) 6-0, 6-2.
Doubles- Krystle Bendijo-Sydni Fahringer S d. S. Bragerton-Nasert-Sophia Varriano 8-3; Jean Baak-Nozima Toshpulatova C d.Colleen Anderson-Scout Bauer 8-5; Brynn Buechler-Gianna Letinski S d. J. Jamaleddine-Michelle Kushnir 8-1.
Records- Stockton 7-2; Staten Island 6-1.
Stockton volleyball: The Ospreys extended their overall winning streak to five matches and their New Jersey Athletic Conference streak to 35 with a 3-0 win over Ramapo.
The Ospreys won by scores of 25-10, 25-20, 25-17.
Mayan Alvarado led the winners with 17 assists and a career-high six aces. Nicole Serekian led all players with nine kills.
Macy Schwartz held up Stockton's defense with a match-high five blocks.
Stockton will travel to play in the Baruch Tournament today and Saturday.
Atlantic Cape volleyball: Atlantic Cape Community College lost to Passaic County College, 25-205, 25-22, 25-7 on Tuesday.
Megan Lubiano had six assists and four aces for ACCC.
Ericka Johns had 16 digs and one kill. Michelle Chen added two kills and five digs.