The unbeaten Stockton University men’s soccer team edged visiting Kean 1-0 Saturday in Galloway Township. TomTom Johnson scored on a header in the 30th minute after a corner kick from Eucario Solano (Absegami High School). Goalie Kellen Groover made two saves for his fourth shutout.
The Ospreys improved to 6-0-1, their longest unbeaten streak to open a season since 2000.
The game was the first New Jersey Athletic Conference game for both teams. Kean is 2-2-1 overall.
Stockton field hockey: Jacquie Fenton (Ocean City) scored Stockton’s first two goals of the season as the host Ospreys (4-2) beat Eastern 3-1. Fenton’s second goal broke a 1-1 tie with under 14 minutes left in regulation.
Rebecca Baucher added an insurance goal. Goalie Emily Gilligan made five saves.
Stockton women’s tennis: Stockton shut out host Staten Island 9-0 as five Ospreys — Summer Conover (Oakcrest), Kristen McCormick (Absegami), Maria Ibarra (Egg Harbor Township), Emily Steinberg and Amanda El-Khouri — each won in singles and doubles. Stockton is 2-2 and Staten Island is 2-1.
Stockton cross country: The Stockton women’s team finished sixth out of 13 teams and the Ospreys’ men were ninth out of 14 teams at the Bill Fritz Invitational at Rowan in Glassboro. Stockton’s Alexandra Lacorazza finished 26th out of 109 runners in 26 minutes, 31.92 seconds in the women’s 6K race. Blake DiGiaimo led the Ospreys in the 8K men’s race by placing 35th out of 161 runners in 28:45.33. Teammate Vincent DeRitis (Cape May Tech) finished 72nd in 30:31.19.
Stockton women’s volleyball: The Ospreys (8-4) lost to Scranton 3-2 and then lost to host Muhlenberg 3-2 in a tri-match in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
The score against Scranton was 23-25, 26-24, 21-25, 25-19 and 18-16. The sets against Muhlenberg were 20-25, 23-25, 25-22, 28-26 and 15-12.
Stephanie Kovacs led the Ospreys against Scranton (13-1) with 26 kills and six blocks. Against Muhlenberg (10-2), Sarah Walsh topped Stockton with 25 kills and Emily Sullivan had 52 assists.
Stockton women’s soccer: Stockton lost to host Kean 1-0 when Kesi Alejandro scored in the fifth minute of the first overtime. The Ospreys dropped to 3-4 overall and 0-1 NJAC. Kean is 5-2 and 1-0.