Four Richard Stockton College women’s tennis players improved to 5-1 as the Ospreys (5-1) defeated host Cabrini College 8-1 in Radnor, Pa., on Wednesday.
Samantha Koropchak won in straight sets at second singles and Laura Church won in straight sets at fourth singles, while Kristy Faren and Scout Bauer won 8-1 and 8-6 at fifth and sixth singles, respectively.
Singles—Katie Kennedy C d. Krystle Bendijo 6-3, 6-0; Sam Koropchak RSC d. Samantha Trumbo 6-2, 6-1; Sydni Fahringer RSC d. Nicole Broccolino 6-4, 6-0; Laura Church RSC d. Victoria Nastala 6-2, 6-1; Kristy Faren RSC d. Mia Scocozzo 8-1; Scout Bauer RSC d. Mackenzie Murray 8-6.
Doubles—Bendijo-Chruch RSC d. Kennedy-Broccolino 8-2; Faren-Fahringer RSC d. Trumbo-Nastala 8-3; Koropchak-Gianna Letinski RSC d. Murray-Scocozzo 8-4.
Records—RSC 5-1, Cabrini 2-3.
Women’s soccer: Goalie Sarah Hinkle did all she could to keep the Ospreys in their New Jersey Athletic Conference opener against No. 16 TCNJ, but a goal by Sloan DePiero 2 minutes, 6 seconds into overtime proved to be the difference.
DePiero headed in a corner kick by Allyson Anderson to give TCNJ a 1-0 victory. It was DePiero’s second game-winner of the season.
Hinkle finished with 11 saves.
Stockton’s best chance came with 1:20 left when Dailey Todd (Millville) got free after collecting a pass from Briana Fischer, but TCNJ goalie Kendra Griffith came up with the stop.
Richard Stockton College 0 0 0—0
The College of New Jersey 0 0 1—1
Goalies—Hinkle (11) RSC; Griffith (1) TCNJ.
Records—Stockton 5-2-1 (0-1), TCNJ 7-0 (2-0).
Men’s soccer: The College of New Jersey came from behind to beat Stockton 2-1 in an NJAC match.
Chris Katona put one in at the top of the net early in the second half to put Stockton up 1-0.
Kevin Shaw answered twice for The College of New Jersey with goals four minutes apart for the conference win.
Matt Jenne had an assist for the Ospreys and Jordan Kyal and Vince McEnroe each had an assist for TCNJ.
Richard Stockton 0 1 — 1
College of New Jersey 0 2 — 2
Goals—Katona RS; Shaw (2) TCNJ.
Goalies—Miller (7) RS; Libucha (3) TCNJ.
Records—Stockton 3-3-1 (1-1); TCNJ 4-4 (1-1).