The Stockton University women’s basketball team fell to Rutgers-Camden 67-66 in overtime in a close New Jersey Athletic Conference game Wednesday night in Camden.
Stockton (5-2, 2-2) led 59-56 with 5 seconds left in the game, but Rutgers (5-2, 2-2) called a timeout and Gabby Greene came back to hit three free throws for the Scarlet Raptors as time ran out.
Rutgers-Camden’s Cara Racobaldo hit the game-winning shot with 1:37 left in overtime.
Stockton’s Najha Treadwell had 30 points during her 41 minutes on the court. Treadwell also made seven rebounds and had a .813 field goal percentage. Fellow senior Sasha Williams grabbed 17 rebounds, scored 11 points and had five assists in 42 minutes. April Peterson scored nine points.
Fatimah Williams led the Scarlet Raptors scoring 18 points and finished with a .571 field- goal percentage. Racobaldo scored 14 points and made seven rebounds.
Stockton will next host William Paterson in a NJAC game 3 p.m. Saturday.
Men’s basketball: The Stockton men’s basketball team ended its three-game losing streak with a 85-77 win over Rutgers-Camden (1-6, 0-4) in New Jersey Athletic Conference play.
Stockton (5-4, 1-3) held the lead for 80 percent of the game and grabbed 44 rebounds to Rutgers’ 27.
Kashaun Barnes scored 19 points for the Ospreys. The Scarlet Raptors’ Anthony Harris had 30 points in 39 minutes.
Stockton will next host William Paterson in a NJAC game 1 p.m. Saturday.