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Jordan Taylor made a buzzer-beating, game-winning 3-pointer to lead Stockton University to a 66-63 win over host Montclair State in a New Jersey Athletic Conference men’s basketball game Saturday.

Steve Ferebee led the Ospreys with a career-high 21 points. Ferebee added 18 as Stockton ended a six-game losing streak.

The Ospreys improved to 7-9 (5-4). The Red Hawks fell to 11-5 (6-3).

Ferebee also led Stockton, which got its first road win in four tries, with nine rebounds. Kadian Dawkins scored 11. Brandon Hamilton had four steals and blocked two shots, and Keenan Williams Jr. got four assists.

Stockton, which led 43-28 at halftime and by as many as 18 in the second half, enjoyed a 25-13 edge in points scored off turnovers.

Abkar Hoffman led Montclair with 18 points.

Stockton women’s basketball: Alex McKinnon and Taylor Brown scored 16 apiece as Montclair State defeated the Ospreys 73-49 in an NJAC game.

The hosts improved to 11-5 (7-2), and Stockton dropped to 4-12 (1-8).

Montclair outscored Stockton in all four quarters and led 34-26 at halftime.

April Peterson led Stockton with 13 points. Emily Donzanti and Natalie Miller each added 10. Kirsten Flournoy grabbed six rebounds.

Montclair’s bench outscored Stockton’s 23-8. The Red Hawks also had a 42-26 edge in scoring in the paint.

Both Stockton teams will play at The College of New Jersey on Wednesday night.

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