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Stockton University women’s soccer beat St. Joseph’s College 6-1 on Wednesday night in a nonconference game.

Six different players contributed goals to the Ospreys’ (4-1-1) victory at home.

Sydney Williams (Millville H.S.), Coral Briber, Heather Bertollo, Susan Porambo, Brenna Clowney and Bri Pagnani all scored.

The Golden Eagles’ (2-1-1) Abbey Curcio scored on their team’s only shot on goal.

The Ospreys play Centenary at home at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Men’s soccer: The Ospreys continued their five-game unbeaten streak with a 1-0 win over Arcadia.

The first half in Glenside, Pennsylvania, saw Stockton (4-1-1) put seven shots on net to the Knights’ (3-2) five.

John Maxted scored the lone goal early in the second half.

Maxted’s first goal of the year ended the stalemate on an assist from freshman Colby Rumpf (St. Augustine Prep).

Dino Gromitsaris had three saves for his third shutout in four games.

Stockton begins a four-match homestand at 4 p.m. Saturday against Ursinus.

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