Stockton Athletics Virtual Awards Recognition: Kohlhoff & Swedlund Chosen Athletes of the Year

October 29, 2020

With the annual Stockton Athletics awards brunch canceled this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Stockton Athletics is saluting its student-athletes via this virtual awards recognition. All 19 intercollegiate teams are represented with videos featuring seniors and award winners.


For spring sports, award winners from the previous season are featured along with seniors from the current season due to the usual timing of the brunch on the last Sunday in April. Videos for the spring sports teams include awards from Spring 2019 along with seniors from Spring 2020. 


In addition to the seniors and award winners, this virtual awards recognition includes highlight videos from two conference championship teams, 2019 Men's Lacrosse and 2019 Volleyball, plus the announcement of the Stockton Male and Female Athletes of the Year.


View the awards videos here


October 29, 2020

Six seniors on the Stockton University men's lacrosse team were named to the CSAC All-Sportsmanship Team for Spring 2020. Justin Ruiz (Holmdel/Holmdel), Joey Tiernan (Voorhees/Eastern), Myles Ackerson (Hopewell Valley/Hopewell Valley) Eric Ellis (Voorhees/Eastern), Max Pukenas (Medford/Shawnee) and Erik Anderson (Monroe Twp./Monroe Twp.) were recognized.


The Colonial States Athletic Conference selected all 176 seniors from its nine spring sports to the CSAC All-Sportsmanship Team after their final college season was suspended due to COVID-19. The athletic directors felt that it would be appropriate to honor the CSAC student-athletes with this admirable distinction in light of the circumstances that they endured.


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Men's Lacrosse CSAC Championship Highlights

November 21, 2019

Preview and highlights of the CSAC Finals against Montclair State University.

Stockton 14 - Montclair 11 

This video is courtesy of Joe Petrilli at

Stockton Rallies to Win CSAC Championship

May 23, 2019

Stockton University (17-2) rallied from a four-goal deficit in the second half and captured the Colonial State Athletic Conference (CSAC) championship with a 14-11 victory over Montclair State (10-7). The win gave Stockton its first conference title and NCAA Tournament berth in school history.

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