Colleen Branagan, Najha Treadwell and Lea Mendolla led Stockton University to a 77-47 victory over Ramapo College in a New Jersey Athletic Conference women’s basketball game Saturday in Galloway Township.

Branagan, a junior, and Treadwell and Mendolla, both seniors, each scored a team-leading 16 points. Sasha Williams added 12 points and a game-high 14 rebounds.

Treadwell and Mendolla shot more than 50 percent from field-goal range, and Branagan was 5 for 8 from 3-point range.

Ramapo opened the game with an 11-7 run, but Stockton quickly regained the lead and led 45-26 at halftime.

The Ospreys improved to 5-1 (2-1 NJAC) and responded well from their first loss of the season Wednesday against The College of New Jersey.

Stockton will play Rutgers-Camden at 6 p.m. Wednesday in another NJAC game.

Stockton men’s basketball: Ramapo College defeated Stockton 81-67 in an NJAC game.

With their third straight loss, the Ospreys fell to 4-4 (0-3 NJAC).

Junior guard Kashaun Barnes led the Ospreys with 23 points. He also had seven rebounds and two blocks.

Steve Ferebee had a career-high 19 points and a team-leading eight rebounds. The Absegami High School graduate also had a career-high five blocks.

Marcus Harmon, a Middle Township graduate, had eight points and seven rebounds. The forward also had two blocks.

Stockton will play Rutgers-Camden at 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Cumberland County College men’s basketball: The Dukes defeated Sussex County Community College 104-57 in a Garden State Athletic Conference game.

The Dukes (8-3) went on an 18-5 run to open the game and led the rest of the game.

Freshman Luciano Lubrano scored a game-high 24 points, including five 3-pointers.

Haashim Wallace and Kevin Clark had 14 points each.

Cumberland County College will play Ocean County College at 7 p.m. Thursday.

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