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College Sports: TCNJ Female & Male Lion of the Week
Rowan’s Carlisle Headed Back To NCAA Division III Championships

Stockton College Weekly Honor Roll/Upcoming Events

BASEBALL: Scott Fisher (Toms River/TR East) went 1-3 with an RBI against Delaware Valley and 4-4 with a home run and four RBI vs. Philadelphia Biblical. Fisher then pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeouts in the first game against Old Westbury and went 2-5 with a triple, home run and six RBI in the nightcap.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Seniors Jon Greene (Wildwood/Wildwood) and Mario Lancioni (Runnemede/Triton) scored 16 and 14 points respectively in Stockton’s NCAA Tournament game against Amherst. Greene grabbed a game-high nine rebounds while Lancioni dished a game-high eight assists.
LACROSSE: Keith Bologno (Glen Gardner/Voorhees) notched three goals and six assists for nine points in two Stockton victories last week. Bologno tallied three goals and four assists in the 14-6 win over Alvernia.
SOFTBALL: Samantha Horner (Newfield/Buena) went 3-8 with two home runs, six RBI and three runs in two Stockton victories. Horner was 2-5 with two home runs and six RBI in a 17-4 win over St. Lawrence.
WOMEN’S TENNIS: Christy Alexander (Centerville, IN/Centerville) dropped a total of only two games in two wins against Villa Julie. Alexander won 8-1 in doubles and 6-0, 6-1 in singles.
WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD: Lisa Shepherd (Mays Landing/Oakcrest) became an All-American for the second time in her young career by finishing second in the high jump at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. Shepherd also set a school record with her best jump of 1.69 meters (5’6.50”).


Men’s Basketball (22-7, 10-3 NJAC)
NCAA Tournament:
Amherst 85, Stockton 77

Baseball (7-3, 0-0 NJAC)
Delaware Valley 6, Stockton 5
Stockton 34, Philadelphia Biblical 1
Stockton 3, Old Westbury 1
Stockton 16, Old Westbury 14
Stockton 6, Norwich 0
Norwich 9, Stockton 8

Lacrosse (2-2, 0-0 Skyline)
Stockton 7, Catholic 6
Stockton 14, Alvernia 6

Softball (2-0, 0-0 NJAC)
Stockton 17, St. Lawrence 4 (6 inn.)
Stockton 5, Albright 2

Women’s Tennis (12-2, 4-1 NJAC)
Stockton 8, Villa Julie 1

Track & Field
Shepherd second, Barden 16th in high jump/DeFeo no height in pole vault at NCAA Championships

UPCOMING EVENTS (Home opponents in CAPS)

Monday, March 17
Softball vs. Concordia/Fitchburg State@ 11 am/1 pm
Women’s Tennis vs. St. Lawrence$ 1 pm

Tuesday, March 18
Women’s Tennis vs. Westminster$ 9 am
Baseball vs. Medaille (DH)# 9 am
Softball vs. Edgewood/Salve Regina@ 5/7 pm

Wednesday, March 19
Women’s Tennis vs. Greenville$ 9 am
Softball vs. UMass-Dartmouth/W. New Eng.@ 1/3 pm

Thursday, March 20
Softball vs. Carroll/Worcester State@ 9/11 am
Baseball vs. Bridgewater State (DH)# 1 pm
Women’s Tennis vs. Nazareth$ 1 pm
Lacrosse vs. PLYMOUTH STATE 3 pm

Friday, March 21
Baseball vs. Penn College (DH)# 9 am

Saturday, March 22
Track & Field – STOCKTON INVIT. 10 am
Lacrosse vs. CENTENARY 6 pm

@ at Fort Myers, Florida
# at Cocoa Beach, Florida
$ at Hilton Head, South Carolina

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