The Richard Stockton College men’s soccer team handed Alvernia College its first loss of the season with a 4-0 shutout in a nonleague game Saturday.
Chris Katona recorded a hat trick for the Ospreys (3-2-1). Matt Jenne had a goal and two assists. Joe Stapleton (Lacey Township) had an assist.
Stockton freshman goalie Bob Millar made three saves in 82 minutes. Sophomore Bobby Varga played the final eight minutes.
Alvernia 0 0-0
Richard Stockton 1 3-4
Goals—Jenne, Katona (3) RS.
Goalies—Diller (8) A; Millar (3), Varga (0) RS.
Records—Alvernia 4-1-2; Stockton 3-2-1.
Stockton women’s soccer: Jacque Becker scored three goals as Stockton (5-1-1) beat Immaculata University 7-0 in a nonleague game.
Lexi Stasi, Anita Lato, Rachel Carlson (Oakcrest) and Dailey Todd (Millville) also scored for the Ospreys. Stockton held Immaculata to zero shots on goal.
Immaculata 0 0-0
Richard Stockton 3 4-7
Goals—Becker (3), Stasi, Lato, Carlson, Todd RS.
Goalies—McCurnin (12) I; Hinkle/Boyle/Parliament/Haynes (0) RS.
Records—Immaculata 0-5; Stockton 5-1-1.
Stockton women’s tennis: Stockton (4-1) blanked Rutgers-Newark University (0-4) 9-0 in a New Jersey Athletic Conference match.
The Ospreys won all singles matches in straight sets. Leading Stockton were its top three singles players: Krystle Bendijo (Egg Harbor Town-ship) beat Michelle Kvitnitsky 6-0, 6-1; Sam Koropchak beat Dhaneya Kumar 6-3, 6-3; and Sydni Fahringer (Mainland Reg-ional) defeated Yara Elsekhely 6-4, 6-1.
Stockton cross country: The Stockton men placed third among seven teams while the women tied for fourth among eight teams at the University of Delaware Invitational at White Clay Creek State Park in Newark, Del.
Three freshmen led the Ospreys on the men’s side. Phillip Parmer finished the 8K race 17th out of 74 runners in 29 minutes, 33.04 seconds.
Following Parmer were Antonino Piro (Wildwood Catholic) at 19th in 30:12.04 and Favad Akhtar (Atlantic City) at 22nd in 30:19.94.
Senior Barbara Prokopiuk ran the women’s 6K in 26:16.72 for a 21st-place finish. Freshman Kelly Throw was 34th in 27:37.52.
Stockton field hockey: Eastern University (3-2) beat visiting Stockton 4-1. Alicia Leadbeater scored the lone goal for the Ospreys (1-5). Eastern’s Brittany Moyer had two goals and two assists.
Richard Stockton 1 0-1
Eastern 2 2-4
Goals—Leadbeater RS; Moyer (2), Wagner, Andrew E.
Goalies—Winters (18) RS; Rayer (2) E.
Records—Stockton 1-5; Eastern 3-2.
Stockton women’s volleyball: Stockton split two matches at the Franklin & Marshall Scramble in Lancaster, Pa.
The Ospreys (6-2) lost to 19th-ranked Eastern University (Pa.) 3-0 (25-16, 25-17 and 25-17) and beat Susquehanna University (Pa.) 3-1 (25-18, 25-19, 24-26 and 25-10).
Nicole Serekian led Stockton with 10 kills against Eastern and Stephanie Warner had nine kills and three blocks. Serekian led with 15 kills against Susquehanna and Warner added 10. Mayan Alvarado had 18 assists, six digs and five aces.
Stockton continues at the Franklin & Marshall Scram ble at 10 a.m. today.
Atlantic Cape Community College women’s volleyball: Bergen Community College rallied to beat host Atlantic Cape 3-2 (21-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-18 and 15-10).
For Atlantic Cape, Sarah Street had eight kills, 10 assists, two aces and seven digs. Kerry Player added six kills, one ace, 11 digs and three blocks, and Kelly Dilks had 12 assists, two aces and 10 digs.
Cumberland County College men’s soccer: Passaic County College edged Cumberland County 4-3 in overtime. The Dukes trailed 3-0 but scored three goals in the second half to tie it. Passaic won it with a goal two minutes into the first overtime.
Alex Gauntt (Millville) led Cumberland (1-3) with two goals and an assist, and Jean Thaylord added one goal. Dukes goalie Anthony Bollers had eight saves.