Sasha Williams, Stockton University women's basketball

Sasha Williams defends against Montclair State’s Taylor Harmon during the Ospreys’ game on February 3. Saturday, February 3

Stockton University’s women’s basketball team defeated winless New Jersey City University (0-20, 0-17) 84-17 in a NJAC league game Thursday.

Sasha Williams scored 14 points for the Ospreys (16-8, 12-5) with 18 rebounds and two blocks, while Najha Treadwell scored 18 points with 11 rebounds and one assist.

Stockton’s next game will be in the NJAC tournament Saturday at 2 p.m.

Cross-country: The Stockton University men’s and women’s cross-country teams qualified for All-Academic Team status from the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

Alicia Belko and Christina Welsh earned USTFCCCA All-Academic status individually.

The women’s squad earned a 3.71 cumulative team grade-point average and tied for 15th in the nation.

The men’s team had a 3.47 cumulative GPA and tied for 33rd nationally.

In order to qualify for the All-Academic Team, the squad must have a cumulative GPA of 3.10 or higher in the 2017 fall semester.

Belko earned here All-Academic award for the second straight year while Welsh earned her first.

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