Richard Stockton College junior men's basketball player Josh Blamon was named to the All-Atlantic Regional First Team.

It was the third year-end honor for Blamon. He was previously selected to the New Jersey Athletic Conference First Team as well as the National Association of Basketball Coaches Atlantic District First Team.

Blamon was Stockton's leading scorer with 17.9 points per game, leading the Ospreys to a 25-5 record, NJAC championship and two wins in the Division III NCAA tournament.

The Cinnaminson High School alum also led the Ospreys with 78 3-pointers made and a .424 3-point percentage. He added 5.2 rebounds per game and shot 76.9 percent from the free-throw line.

Stockton lost to Morrisville State 88-81 on Friday in the third round of the tournament. Blamon scored 28 points in the loss.

The next day, Stockton coach Gerry Matthews called Blamon the team's hardest worker.