Athletics Fund

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Athletics Fund

About Stockton Athletics

Stockton student-athletes compete in Division III of the NCAA meaning they do not receive any financial aid, i.e., no scholarship, related to their athletic ability.  Rather, they play for the ‘love of the game’, for the intrinsic value it holds for them, for the comradeship it provides, and for the dimensions of leadership, teamwork, time management, persistence, critical thinking, flexibility and adaptability that competitive sport adds to their educational experience.

 

2019-20 Highlights

  • Volleyball won the NJAC championship for the 10th time in the last 14 years. The Ospreys advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament and finished the season with 31 victories, just one win off the school record of 32 wins.

  • Men’s Basketball tied for first place in the NJAC during the regular season with a 14-4 league record. The Ospreys reached the NJAC championship game and finished the season with an 18-9 overall record.

  • Women’s Rowing competed in four events in Fall 2019, including the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston and Stockton-AC Stakes Race, which was the largest regatta ever held in Atlantic City. The Spring 2020 slate was canceled due to COVID-19.

  • Field Hockey produced a double-digit win total for the third consecutive season, finishing with a 14-4 mark that was just one victory away from the school record of 15 wins. The Ospreys also qualified for the NJAC Tournament for the second straight year.

  • Women’s Soccer notched its highest win total since 2014, finishing a 14-4-3 record. The season featured an 11-game unbeaten streak (10-0-1) and a berth in the semifinals of the NJAC Tournament.

  • Men’s Soccer posted a 10-6-4 record in a season that was highlighted by a nine-game unbeaten streak (7-0-2) and a 1-0 upset of #17 Franklin & Marshall. The Ospreys qualified for the NJAC Tournament and reached the semifinal round.

  • Women’s Golf competed in five tournaments during the fall portion of their inaugural season of intercollegiate play. The Ospreys were scheduled to play five more tournaments in the spring, however they were canceled due to COVID-19.

  • Women’s Track & Field competed in 10 meets during the indoor season (outdoor season canceled due to COVID-19) and finished third at the NJAC Championships. The Ospreys had two qualifiers for the NCAA Championships in triple jumper Jessica McRae and high jumper Susann Foley. The team also qualified for a USTFCCCA All-Academic Team award.

  • Men’s Track & Field competed in 10 meets during the indoor season (outdoor season canceled due to COVID-19) and finished third at the NJAC Championships. The Ospreys had one qualifier for the NCAA Championships in shot putter Edward Dennerlein. The team also qualified for a USTFCCCA All-Academic Team award.

  • Women’s Tennis went 9-1 overall and finished second in the NJAC with a 5-1 league record. The Ospreys won eight consecutive matches after suffering their only defeat of the season. The team’s annual spring break trip to Hilton Head was canceled due to COVID-19.

  • Baseball went 8-3 under first-year head coach Rich Gawlak before the remainder of the season was canceled due to COVID-19. The Ospreys started the season with five consecutive wins.

  • Men’s Lacrosse got off to a 5-1 start before the remainder of the season was canceled due to COVID-19. The Ospreys won their first five games and nearly upset #6 Ursinus, falling just short in a 14-13 setback.

  • Women’s Lacrosse won all four of their games before the remainder of the season was canceled due to COVID-19. The Ospreys outscored their four opponents by a combined 70-22.

  • Men’s Cross Country and Women’s Cross Country competed in seven meets. The Ospreys squads each finished fourth at the NJAC Championships and placed in the top half of the field at the NCAA Atlantic Regionals, with the men 20th out of 42 teams and the women 19th out of 38 teams.

  • Women’s Basketball got off to a good start by winning four of their first six games under second-year head coach Devin Jefferson. The Ospreys reached double digits in wins with 10 victories for a two-win improvement over the previous season.

  • Softball played one doubleheader before the remainder of the season was canceled due to COVID-19. The Ospreys split two games against Penn State Brandywine in their only contests of the year.

 

How you can help

If you ever played a sport, cheered on a team, or simply felt pride in the accomplishments of Stockton athletes, you are a member of the Osprey family. Now is the time to show your Stockton pride, and make your impact on our student-athletes.  By contributing to the Athletics Fund and joining the Osprey Club, you will help facilitate a high quality experience for the student-athletes. 

 

 

What is your impact?

Your generous donation provides much needed assistance in areas including equipment, travel, facilities and programming.You can designate your donation to a specific sport team or to the general Athletics Fund that benefits all programs. In so doing, you will join the vibrant community of Stockton donors who share the satisfaction, recognition and benefits of furthering Osprey Athletics.

 

To learn more about our teams, rosters and schedules visit stocktonathletics.com 

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