Richard Stockton College’s Alicia Leadbeater and Susie Balidemaj were named to the New Jersey Athletic Conference’s first team in field hockey Tuesday.
The juniors were the leading scorers for the Ospreys.
Balidemaj led Stockton in goals (13) and points (29). Both totals ranked sixth in the NJAC. The forward also broke her own school record for goals in a season, previously 12. She had three assists and scored two game-winning goals for the Ospreys.
She is already Stockton’s all-time leader in goals (37) and points (85).
Leadbeater picked up her second all-conference nod after earning honorable mention last year. The midfielder led the team in assists for the second straight season with seven (fifth in the conference).
Leadbeater finished second on the team behind Balidemaj in goals (eight) and points (23).
She holds the career record at Stockton for assists (20) and ranks second in points (60).
Women’s basketball: Cum-berland County College defeated Community College of Philadelphia 69-40. Alicia Cox had 23 points and Mackenzie Wimberg had eight points for Cumberland (1-0).