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April 30, 1999 | By Rich Fisher, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
When the New Jersey Athletic Conference track and field championships take place tomorrow and Sunday at Richard Stockton, it will be in stark contrast to a year ago, when construction workers and heavy-duty equipment occupied the site. Stockton's track and field program has taken a turn for the better this year with the completion of a sparkling new complex. The track is the second part of a three-phase, $16 million recreation-center project that includes new baseball and softball fields and a new fieldhouse.
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January 26, 2001 | By Rich Fisher, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Despite its dropping a 67-56 home game to the College of New Jersey on Wednesday, it is apparent that the Richard Stockton women's basketball team has improved over the last two weeks. The Ospreys (9-8 overall, 7-4 New Jersey Athletic Conference) look more like the team that won last year's NJAC tournament than the squad that had a 5-7 record after losing its fourth straight game on Jan. 13. "We've been playing better in spurts," said coach Joe Fussner, whose team won four straight games before the loss to first-place CNJ. "We still have some inconsistency, especially defensively.
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January 21, 2000 | By Scott Brown, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Check out the men's basketball race that is unfolding in the New Jersey Athletic Conference. After Wednesday night's action, the top seven teams were within two games of one another. Only the top four finishers in the conference qualify for the NJAC's postseason tournament. That means some pretty good teams won't play their way into the NCAA Division III tournament or earn a wild-card berth. "It's still bunched up," Rowan coach Joe Cassidy said, "and I'm sure it's going to stay that way for the rest of the season.
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March 22, 2009 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Paul VI product Santini Lancioni overcame an off-target start to score 19 points, but Richard Stockton fell to Washington University, 61-52, in the Division III men's basketball final yesterday. Richard Stockton (30-3) had its 18-game winning streak snapped. Lancioni, the New Jersey Athletic Conference player of the year, missed his first six shots before finding his stroke. Teammate Jerome Hubbard never found his - he shot 2 of 16 from the floor. Tyler Nading had 20 points and eight rebounds to lead Washington University (29-2)
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November 10, 1995 | By Rich Fisher, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Gerry Matthews' fear and Pony Wilson's lack of it were enough to bring them back to coaching positions in New Jersey Athletic Conference basketball. After a five-year hiatus, Wilson is returning for his third stint as the Rutgers-Camden coach. He says he is not frightened about inheriting a team that has lost 84 straight games, one short of the University of Dallas' all- time collegiate record. Matthews, on the other hand, was afraid to face another dull winter falling asleep in front of the television set when he could be wearing out a path in front of the Richard Stockton bench.
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February 25, 1996 | By Rich Fisher, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Despite foul problems, top-seeded Richard Stockton held off second-seeded Rowan to win the New Jersey Athletic Conference final, 75-62, last night. Stockton's first title since 1988 earned it an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament. Rowan (22-4) also will get a bid. Atlantic City's Carl Cochran, the NJAC's leading scorer at 21.8 points per game, led the Ospreys with 27 points. Stockton used just seven players, and three had four fouls. But Rowan committed 25 turnovers.
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September 19, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Penn State on Wednesday named John Gondak, a Central Bucks West graduate, as coach and director of cross-country and track and field. Gondak, 41, had been the interim coach since July, when Beth Alford-Sullivan left for Tennessee. He has been with the Nittany Lions for the last eight years. Men's soccer. Wyatt McCall and Michael Stewart scored as 18th-ranked Swarthmore earned a 2-1 victory over Richard Stockton (6-2-1) in Galloway, N.J. The Garnet (6-0) will put their 17-game unbeaten streak at home on the line Saturday against sixth-ranked Franklin & Marshall.
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May 1, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Catcher Meagan Lee (Oakcrest High) belted a two-run home run to lead host Rowan, the top seed, past Kean, 3-1, in the first round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference softball tournament Tuesday. No. 3 College of New Jersey (26-11) used clutch hitting and outstanding pitching to beat No. 4 Richard Stockton, 3-0. TCNJ freshman Ashtin Helmer allowed just two hits and struck out seven. Another freshman, Deanna Utter, ripped an RBI double. Nicole Scanlon had a double for the Ospreys (30-10)
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September 6, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Erin Gluck recorded a natural hat trick in a span of four minutes Thursday, but Swarthmore (0-3) fell to host Richard Stockton, 6-3, in a field hockey game in Galloway, N.J. Samantha Barcia (Eastern) led the way for Stockton (2-0) with a hat trick of her own. Neumann 2, Widener 1 - The Knights (1-2) needed double overtime, but they notched their first victory since 2004 over the Pride (0-2). Carolynn Bacho (Holy Cross) scored the game-winner 53 seconds into the second OT. Women's soccer.
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March 12, 1999 | by Bob Cooney, Daily News Staff Writer
Although it might seem a little early to be talking about it, college baseball is in full swing and many South Jersey products are doing well at George Mason University, in Fairfax, Va. Sophomore catcher Scott Yeager, a Camden Catholic grad, was Athlete of the Week earlier this month. "Scott has been our catalyst," said coach Bill Brown. "He has been one of the main players to carry us offensively thus far, and you need that type of go-to hitter early in a season. " Yeager leads the team in several offensive categories, including batting average (.457)
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September 19, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Penn State on Wednesday named John Gondak, a Central Bucks West graduate, as coach and director of cross-country and track and field. Gondak, 41, had been the interim coach since July, when Beth Alford-Sullivan left for Tennessee. He has been with the Nittany Lions for the last eight years. Men's soccer. Wyatt McCall and Michael Stewart scored as 18th-ranked Swarthmore earned a 2-1 victory over Richard Stockton (6-2-1) in Galloway, N.J. The Garnet (6-0) will put their 17-game unbeaten streak at home on the line Saturday against sixth-ranked Franklin & Marshall.
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September 6, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Erin Gluck recorded a natural hat trick in a span of four minutes Thursday, but Swarthmore (0-3) fell to host Richard Stockton, 6-3, in a field hockey game in Galloway, N.J. Samantha Barcia (Eastern) led the way for Stockton (2-0) with a hat trick of her own. Neumann 2, Widener 1 - The Knights (1-2) needed double overtime, but they notched their first victory since 2004 over the Pride (0-2). Carolynn Bacho (Holy Cross) scored the game-winner 53 seconds into the second OT. Women's soccer.
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January 8, 2014 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Arizona is No. 1 in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll for the fifth consecutive week, and another Wildcats team, Villanova, moved back into the top 10. Duke, which lost at Notre Dame, dropped to No. 16, the first time the Blue Devils have been out of the top 10 since December 2007. The Arizona Wildcats (15-0) were a runaway No. 1, with Syracuse, Ohio State, Wisconsin, and Michigan State remaining as the next four teams. Arizona received 60 first-place votes from the national media panel, while Syracuse (14-0)
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November 15, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
  The Arcadia women's soccer team defeated McDaniel College, 3-1, on the road Wednesday to advance to the ECAC semifinals. The win marks the Knights' first-ever victory in any sport in ECAC tournament play. Freshman midfielder Christina Wroblewski (Glen Mills) scored the lone goal for McDaniel. Seventh-seeded Arcadia (12-4-5) will face sixth-seeded Swarthmore College (10-5-2) in the semifinal round Saturday. Swarthmore advanced by besting Lebanon Valley, 3-2, on the road.
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May 14, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
West Chester's Megan Kelly (Hatboro-Horsham) hit a grand slam, and Devon Utterback (Central Bucks South) pitched a two-hitter Sunday as the Golden Rams defeated host California (Pa.), 6-3, in an NCAA Division II softball regional final. Kutztown scored four runs in the ninth inning to earn an extra-inning, 4-0 victory over Bloomsburg in another regional final in Shippensburg, Pa. The Golden Bears (32-21) advance to their second straight appearance in the Atlantic Super Regionals and will play host West Chester (37-19)
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May 1, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Catcher Meagan Lee (Oakcrest High) belted a two-run home run to lead host Rowan, the top seed, past Kean, 3-1, in the first round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference softball tournament Tuesday. No. 3 College of New Jersey (26-11) used clutch hitting and outstanding pitching to beat No. 4 Richard Stockton, 3-0. TCNJ freshman Ashtin Helmer allowed just two hits and struck out seven. Another freshman, Deanna Utter, ripped an RBI double. Nicole Scanlon had a double for the Ospreys (30-10)
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September 17, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Freshman Brandon Matthews carded a 6-under-par 64 Sunday on the final round of the McLaughlin to lead Temple to a 10th-place finish at the 16-team invitational at the Bethpage Red Course in Farmingdale, N.Y. It was the lowest round at the McLaughlin, and the lowest by a Temple golfer since Walter Brown shot a school-record 63 at the 1973 Yale Invitational. "In my opinion he is the best freshman in the country," Temple coach Brian Quinn said. Matthews finished tied for seventh with a par 210. Teammate Devin Bibeau was 4 shots behind Matthews and tied for 15th place.
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August 3, 2010
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. - An Atlantic County college is buying a hotel and golf course near Atlantic City. The board of trustees of Richard Stockton College in Galloway Township approved the purchase of the Seaview resort on Monday. The price has not been announced as the parties work out details of the transaction. The purchase from LaSalle Hotels L.L.C. will include the historic 297-room Seaview hotel in Galloway Township and the Bay golf course. The existing operators will continue to manage the hotel and golf course, according to officials.
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March 22, 2009 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Paul VI product Santini Lancioni overcame an off-target start to score 19 points, but Richard Stockton fell to Washington University, 61-52, in the Division III men's basketball final yesterday. Richard Stockton (30-3) had its 18-game winning streak snapped. Lancioni, the New Jersey Athletic Conference player of the year, missed his first six shots before finding his stroke. Teammate Jerome Hubbard never found his - he shot 2 of 16 from the floor. Tyler Nading had 20 points and eight rebounds to lead Washington University (29-2)
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January 15, 2008 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Marissa Coleman tied her career high with 30 points, and No. 4 Maryland pulled away to an 85-70 victory over 10th-ranked Duke last night before 15,531 fans in College Park, Md., the fifth-largest crowd in Atlantic Coast Conference history. It was the 10th straight win for the Terrapins (20-1, 4-0), who blew a 13-point lead in the second half but never trailed. Kristi Toliver scored 19 of her 21 points after halftime, and Willingboro's Crystal Langhorne notched 16. Maryland had lost nine straight at home against Duke (13-4, 2-1)
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