Richard Stockton College sophomore Tim Miller (Pine-lands Regional made the New Jersey Athletic Confer-ence indoor track and field first team and two Ospreys earned honorable mention Wednesday.
Miller was honored for his victory in the high jump at the NJAC Championships last week at the New York Armory. He was the Ospreys' lone winner with a 1.98-meter jump. He won the high jump at four meets this season and finished the season tied for 14th in the nation with top jump of 2.05 meters, a school record.
Freshman Aaron Wilson (Oakcrest) and junior James Rivers (Barnegat) earned honorable mention for finishing third at the NJAC Championships in the 60-meter hurdles and 3,000-meter run, respectively.
Stockton field hockey: The Ospreys qualified for a Division III National Aca-demic Team Award from the National Field Hockey Coaches Association, tying for fourth in the nation with a team grade-point average of 3.54.
The Ospreys finished among the nation's top five for the second time and first since 2009.
Fifteen Stockton players qualified by posting cumulative GPAs of 3.30 or higher: Seniors Nikki Moore, Alison Paulus and Jade Yelk; juniors Jenny Carpenter (Absegami), Katie Carpenter (Absegami), Susie Balidemaj, Stephanie Reichardt, Lindsey Treptow and Sarah Walsh (Pinelands Regional); sophomores, Cas-sie Kirk, Colleen Knight and Sara Winters; and freshmen Gabrielle Evans, Kristina Matteo and Stephanie Reda.
Stockton men's lacrosse: Wednesday's game at Gwyn-edd-Mercy was postponed due to weather. It will be played March 29 at 4 p.m.