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Ospreys Weekly Honor Roll

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Jerome Hubbard (Neptune/Neptune) averaged 18.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.5 steals in two Stockton wins last week. Hubbard scored a game-high 21 points to go along with his five steals against Kean.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Alyssa Reiter (Sewell/Gloucester Catholic) led Stockton with nine points and three blocks in Stockton’s game against Kean.
MEN’S TRACK & FIELD: Tony DeFeo (Mays Landing/Oakcrest) was named Outstanding Male Field Athlete and NJAC Field Athlete of the Week after winning the pole vault (4.88m) and finishing third in the weight throw (13.62m) to score all of Stockton’s 16 team points at the NJAC Championships.
WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD: Meredith Malloy (Hamilton/Hamilton West) was selected Co-Outstanding Female Track Athlete at the NJAC Championships after winning the 3000m run (10:39.38) and also winning and setting a new meet record in the 5000m run (17:48.34).


Men’s Basketball (18-6, 10-3 NJAC)
Stockton 84, Manhattanville 71
Stockton 70, Kean 65

Women’s Basketball (12-13, 5-8 NJAC)
Kean 95, Stockton 39

Track & Field
Women second, men tied-eighth at NJAC Championships

UPCOMING EVENTS (Home opponents in CAPS)

Thursday, February 28
Men’s Basketball vs. RAMAPO/KEAN 7 pm
(NJAC Tournament)

Saturday, March 1
Baseball vs. POLYTECHNIC (DH) 12 pm
Lacrosse @ Wesley 1 pm
Men’s Basketball - NJAC TOURNAMENT 2 pm
(if Stockton advances)

Monday, March 3
Baseball vs. CENTENARY 3 pm

Wednesday, March 5
Baseball @ Haverford 3 pm

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