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Stockton women's lacrosse edges Rowan

Stockton women's lacrosse edges Rowan

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Jennifer Toal scored four goals and had an assist to lead the Stockton University women’s lacrosse team to a 14-9 win over Rowan in a New Jersey Athletic Conference game Tuesday.

Toal had a game-high five ground balls and three caused turnovers. Allie Bremer had four assists and three goals. Michelle Pascrell had seven draw controls, as well as three goals, three ground balls, three caused turnovers and an assist.

Both teams went back and forth in the first 17 minutes, resulting in four ties and three lead changes. Stockton took the lead for good on consecutive goals by Toal, Pascrell and Bremer, leading 7-4 at halftime.

Egg Harbor Township High School graduate Nicole Jandras scored two straight in the second half that extended the Ospreys’ lead to 10-6.

Stockton goalkeeper Stevie Ader made nine saves. Jessica Catalioto contributed four draw controls, three ground balls and two caused turnovers.

Stockton (2-0) will play the Profs again at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Galloway Township.

Softball: Stockton lost both games in a doubleheader to Kean on Tuesday. The Ospreys lost 6-2 in the first game and 10-0 in the second. Kean improved to 8-0, and Stockton fell to 0-4.

Ospreys senior Meg Murzello had nine hits on the day, including a double. She stole two bases and scored a run in the doubleheader. Murzello is batting .444 this season.

Kean scored nine total runs in the first innings, with four in Game 1 and five in Game 2. Stockton only had two hits in the second game, coming from Murzello and Stevie Unger.

Stockton’s scheduled doubleheader at Montclair State on Saturday has been postponed. The Ospreys will look for its first win of the season at 3 p.m. Tuesday at The College of New Jersey.

Contact Patrick Mulranen: 609-272-7217

Twitter @ACPressMulranen

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