The Richard Stockton College women's tennis team lost its first match of the season.

The Ospreys (3-1) dropped to The College of New Jersey, 8-1, Wednesday afternoon in Galloway. The win for TCNJ was its 150th straight win against New Jersey Athletic Conference competition.

Stockton got its lone point from sophomore and Barnegat High School graduate Gianna Letinski. Letinski improved to 4-0 on the season and 6-0 in her career with a 6-2, 6-7, 10-5 super-tiebreaker win over TCNJ's Megan Restua.

At Stockton

Singles- Katie Buchbinder T d. Krystle Bendijo 6-2, 6-3; Jasmine Muniz-Cadorette T d. Sam Koropchak 6-3, 6-2; Tara Criscuolo T d. Kristy Faren 6-2, 6-2; Sarah Lippincott T d. Sydni Fharinger 6-4, 6-2; Anna Prestera T d. Laura Church 6-3, 6-0; Gianna Letinski S d. Megan Restua 6-2, 6-7, 10-5.

Doubles-Katie Buchbinder-Jasmine Muniz-Cadorette T d. Krystle Bendijo-Laura Church 8-3; Emma Allen-Tara Criscuolo T d. Kristy Faren-Sam Koropchak 8-3; Sarah Lippincott-Ann Prestera T d. Scout Bauer-Sydni Fahringer 8-2.

Records-TCNJ 2-0, Stockton 3-1.

Stockton College women's soccer: The Stockton women's soccer team extended its winning streak to four games with a 2-1 overtime win over St. Mary's College of Maryland on Wednesday.

Starting goalkeeper and recent NJAC Defensive Player of the Week Sarah Hinkle saw her shutout streak snapped at 324 minutes when Johanna Rambo scored on a penalty kick just 10 minutes into the match to make it 1-0.

Stockton tied the match up with a goal in the second half from Leah Braidi (Sacred Heart). Rachel Sanford sent a cross towards the front of the net and Braidi headed the shot past St. Mary's goalkeeper Sara Eaton.

Adrianna Boucher won the match for her team just more than seven minutes into the first overtime. Jacque Becker and Laina Matus (Egg Harbor Township) assisted on the winner.

St. Mary's.........................................10 0-1

Stockton..........................................01 1-2

Goals-Rambo, SM. Braidi, Boucher, S.

Goalies- Eaton (7), SM. Hinkle (5), S.

Records-St. Mary's 1-2-2. Stockton 4-2.

Stockton College men's soccer: The men's soccer team (4-1) pulled off a 3-1 win over Gwynedd-Mercy College Wednesday evening in Gwynedd Valley, Pa.

Gwynedd jumped out to an early 1-0 lead 10 minutes, 21 seconds into the match thanks to Dan Panepresso's early goal.

Stockton tied it up just four minutes later on the foot of Christian Valencia (Lower Cape May Regional). Anthony Colofranson began his three-point night by setting up Valencia to even the match up, 1-1.

Colofranson then broke the tie in the second half. 51:08 into the match, Colofranson received a sideline pass from Chris Katona and put the Ospreys up 2-1.

Stockton ...........................................1 2-3

Gwynedd-Mercy...............................1 0-1

Goals- Valencia, Colofranson, Nocito, S. Panepresso, G.

Goalies- Varga (3), S. Gengaro (2), Oyola (3), G.

Records-Stockton 4-1. Gwynedd-Mercy 0-5.

Stockton College field hockey: The Ospreys (3-1) earned their third consecutive win on Tuesday, beating host Albright College 4-0 in Reading Pa.

Junior Rileigh Ruff scored her first career goal and added an assist. Susie Balidemaj scored the first goal in the 22nd minute, and Colleen Knight had the first of her two assists on the play.

Alicia Belko and Alicia Leadbeater added a goal apiece, and Stockton goalie Liz Stankiewicz had to make two saves for the shutout.

Richard Stockton ............................ 2 2-4

Albright............................................. 0 0-0

Goals-Balidemaj, Ruff, Belko, Leadbeater RS.

Goalies-Stankiewicz (2) RS. DeLucas (8) A.

Records-Stockton 3-1, Albright 1-3.