Two Richard Stockton College athletes, Sam Koropchak and Cassandra Hrusko, received New Jersey Athletic Conference weekly awards on Tuesday.
Koropchak was named the NJAC Women's Tennis Player of the Week, and freshman Hrusko was selected the NJAC Women's Cross Country Rookie of the Week. Koropchak, a junior, and Hrusko earned their respective awards for the first time in their careers.
Koropchak went unbeaten in singles and doubles as she led the Ospreys to victories over Georgian Court College and Immaculata University. She won 6-1, 6-2 at No. 2 singles in the 6-3 win over Georgian Court on Sept. 5, and teamed with Kristy Faren to win 8-6 in No. 2 doubles. Stockton shut out Immaculata 9-0 and Koropchak won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 2 singles and 8-2 at No. 2 doubles with Faren.
Hrusko placed fourth out of 91 runners in 20 minutes, 7 seconds in the three-mile race Saturday as the Stockton women's cross country team won the Highlander Invitational at Cairn University on Saturday in Langhorne, Pa. Hrusko was the top freshman finisher and the second Stockton runner to finish.
Cumberland County College men's soccer: The Dukes were defeated by Gloucester County College, 7-3 on Tuesday.
Buena Regional graduate A.J. Gazzara and Vineland Regional graduate Kenny Truong both scored goals for Cumberland with assists by Miguel Hernandez (Buena).
Cumberland Regional graduate Brandon Bischer had four saves in net for the Dukes.
Cumberland County College will next host a game against Raritan Valley on Saturday at noon.
Cumberland County College women's soccer: Gloucester County College defeated Cumberland 4-0.