The Richard Stockton College men's and women's basketball teams will play New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinal games today.
The Stockton men's team (18-6), seeded third amond six teams, hosts sixth-seeded New Jersey City University (14-11) at 2 p.m. in Galloway Township. The winner travels to No. 2 Rutgers-Newark (19-6) on Tuesday for a 7 p.m. semifinal game.
The sixth-seeded Ospreys women's team (12-12) travels to No. 3 The College of New Jersey (17-8) in Ewing Township for a 4 p.m. game. The winner visits No. 2 William Paterson University (19-6) at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Wayne.
The men's final will be at 7 p.m. Friday at the home of the highest remaining seed. The women's final will be next Saturday at a time to be determined, also at the home of the highest remaining seed. The tournament champions each receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament.
Stockton track and field: Tim Miller (Pinelands Regional) won the men's high jump at the New York University Fastrack Challenge at the New York Armory on Friday.
Miller jumped 2.05 meters to beat 11 other entrants.
Four other Stockton men finished seventh or higher, led by Ryan Mazzeo (Ocean City), who was fourth in the pole vault at 4.25 meters. Tyler Pinto was fifth in the 500-meter run in 1 minute, 06.43 seconds. Dan Hemmerlin took sixth in the high jump (1.85) and Aaron Wilson (Oakcrest) seventh in the triple jump (12.15).
For the Stockton women, Christina Lees was third in the pole vault (3.30). Nicole Salge was fifth in the 1,000 run (3:02.47), Nikki Stratton seventh in the long jump (5.29) and Meagan Simmons (Southern Regional) eighth in the triple jump (10.45).