The Richard Stockton College men's and women's track and field teams won a total of six events in the Osprey Open on Saturday in Galloway Township.

James Rivers (Barnegat) won the men's 5,000-meter run in 15 minutes, 53.43 seconds, and Mitchell Berlin took the 10,000 in 34:34.46. Tim Miller (Pinelands Regional) won the men's high jump (1.93 meters) and Ryan Mazzeo (Ocean City) took first in the pole vault (4.05).

For the Stockton women, Nicole Salge won the 1,500 meters (4:51.56) and Morgan Sinclair placed second (4:56.40).

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Christina Lees won the pole vault for the Ospreys (3.10) in a tiebreaker over teammate Nichole Sevilis. Salge also ran a leg of the 4x400 relay in which Stockton finished second (4:11.12).

Lees ran a leg for the 4x100 relay team that also placed second (52.79).

Stockton will compete in the New Jersey Invitational at The College of New Jersey at 10 a.m. next Saturday.

Stockton softball: The Ospreys shut out host Rutgers Newark twice, winning 5-0 and 4-0. Stockton improved to 16-6 overall (2-4 New Jersey Athletic Conference).

Stockton's Michelle Pietrocola pitched a five-hitter with 11 strikeouts in the first game. Brittany Ksiezopolski allowed four hits in the second game and struck out 11. Nicole Scanlon had four hits and four RBIs for the Ospreys on the day.

In the first game, Grace Long (Egg Harbor Township) went 3-for-3 with two doubles and an RBI, while Scanlon was 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and a run. Rachel Forte (Vineland) also contributed two hits.

In the second game, Scanlon led Stockton with a single, triple and two RBIs. Jessica Goncalves, Nicole Tomo and Stephanie Hand (Oakcrest) also had two hits apiece, with Tomo hitting a triple and scoring twice.

Stockton will play an NJAC doubleheader at Rowan University at 3 p.m. Tuesday.

Game 1

Richard Stockton 100 031 0-5 9 0

Rutgers-Newark 000 000 0-0 5 2

2B-Long (2), Scanlon RS. Liotto RN.

WP-Pietrocola 11k (8-4). LP-Alicchio 1k (1-9).

Records-Stockton 15-6; R.N. 5-14.

Game 2

Richard Stockton 010 001 2-4 10 0

Rutgers-Newark 000 000 0-0 4 3

3B-Scanlon, Tomo RS.

WP-Ksiezopolski 11k (7-2). LP-Drastal 2k (4-6).

Records-Stockton 16-6; R.N. 5-15.

Stockton baseball: Stockton (12-12, 0-5 NJAC) had 11 hits in both games but was swept by host Ramapo College (16-3, 4-2 NJAC). The Roadrunners won 6-5 in 10 innings and 5-4 in 11 innings.

The Roadrunners are ranked fifth by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. The Ospreys have lost five straight games.

Mike Bush (Southern Regional) and Brett Solomen had two hits apiece for the Ospreys in the first game. Barry Larro (Cumberland Regional) doubled and Shawn Kessler had three RBIs.

George Eisenhart had three hits for Stockton in the second game, and Mark Jankowski added two.

Stockton hosts Rowan at 3:30 p.m. Monday.

Game 1

Richard Stockton 000 000 130 1-5 11 3

Ramapo 000 200 200 2-6 14 1

2B-Larro, Eisenhart RS.

WP-Larson 0k (1-0). LP-Fox 0k (0-1).

Records-Stockton 12-11; Ramapo 15-3.

Game 2

Richard Stockton 201 000 000 01-4 11 1

Ramapo 000 030 000 02-5 11 1

HR-Jacob R.

WP-Doerr 0k (1-0). LP-Fox 0k (0-1).

Records-Stockton 12-12; Ramapo 16-3.

Stockton men's lacrosse: Stockton beat host Mount St. Vincent 18-3 in Yonkers, N.Y., to snap a three-game losing streak and get its first Skyline Conference victory of the year.

Nick Bologno led the Ospreys with six goals and two assists. Cal Sebor had three goals and one assist. Drew Wright scored three goals.

Guy Loggi (Mainland Regional) had one goal. Stockton goalie Anthony Montalbano had eight saves in 58:26 to earn the win.

Stockton will host Montclair State in a Skyline Conference game at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Ricahrd Stockton 5 4 5 4-18

Mount Saint Vincent 0 0 0 3-3

Goals-Bologno (6), Sebor (3), Wright (3), Isola, DeCicco, Manasia, O'Donnell, Loggi, Haviland RS. Petito, Stein MSV.

Goalies-Montalbano (8), Witty (1) RS. Kalibat (10), Gashi (4) MSV.

Records-Stockton 4-7; MSV 4-7.


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