• Men's wrapup: Witt falls again, and Witt's not alone
    February 14, 2018
    Wittenberg lost for the second time after a 22-0 start, the top-ranked team in the Atlantic lost by 21, a newly minted regionally ranked team lost at home by 18 and a ranking hopeful lost at home after coughing up a 23-point lead in Wednesday's Division III men's basketball action.
  • ATN: Passing the baton
    November 16, 2016
    A new season brings a new voice to our Around the Nation column, and coaching changes to some schools that haven't had one in decades. Ryan Scott spoke with the new coaches at East Texas Baptist, Pomona-Pitzer, Roanoke, Rowan and Stockton about their managing the transition.
  • Hanging up the white shoes
    August 25, 2016
    After 603 victories and two trips to the national semifinals, Gerry Matthews decided to hang up his trademark white coaching shoes and retire from Stockton. Matthews joins the list of D3 coaching veterans who've walked away this offseason while long-time assistant Scott Bittner takes over the Ospreys' program.
  • Matthews Reaches 600 Wins with 76-56 Victory
    February 13, 2016
    Galloway, NJ – Stockton University head coach Gerry Matthews collected his 600th career victory with a 76-56 triumph over Kean University (4-18, 4-12 NJAC). Matthews became just the 16th coach in Division III history and sixth active coach to reach 600 wins.
  • Stockton Wins Fifth Straight Game, 82-60
    January 30, 2016
    Galloway, NJ – Stockton University (14-5, 9-3 NJAC) led wire-to-wire as they won their fifth consecutive game with an 82-60 victory over William Paterson (9-10, 4-8 NJAC) on Saturday afternoon. Armin Cane (Pleasantville/Pleasantville) scored 17 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to lead four Ospreys in double figures.
  • Stockton Uses Fast Start to Down TCNJ 77-68
    January 27, 2016
    Ewing, NJ – Stockton University (13-5, 8-3 NJAC) broke out to a 21-8 lead in the first 10 minutes and sailed to a 77-68 victory over The College of New Jersey (11-7, 6-5).
  • Friday men: Three's company
    February 27, 2015
    Baruch, Neumann and Stockton were the first teams to punch their tickets to the NCAA tournament, with two of them winning in dramatic fashion. Plus four top seeds got bounced by four seeds in a full Friday night of tournament action. Get the men's recap here.
  • Rivals stand atop the NJAC
    February 03, 2015
    The William Paterson men’s basketball team boasts just three losses on the season. Two of those three, however, have come at the hands of archrival and conference foe Richard Stockton.
  • Saturday men: Wooster knocked off, Stockton holds on
    January 31, 2015
    Wabash coughed up an 11-point lead but recovered to defeat No. 10 Wooster, while Stockton went on a late run at William Paterson. No. 8 Randolph-Macon survived, while Piedmont banked one in from 40 at the buzzer. More in the men's wrapup.
  • Hoopsville: Busy few weeks
    January 04, 2015
    Hoopsville returned to the air with the season's first Sunday edition. Dave McHugh talked exclusively with the sixth all-time winningest coach in all NCAA college basketball, Glenn Robinson of No. 25 Franklin & Marshall, along with the coaching staff of No. 4 Richard Stockton and Dave Hixon of No. 15 Amherst. Plus North Central women's coach Michelle Roof. Watch On Demand NOW!
  • Men's wrap: Emory wins big, Stockton survives; OWU downed
    January 03, 2015
    It was a big day in men's basketball, with a Top 10 battle, an upset in the Top 10 and another near-upset as well. Glenn Robinson passed Dean SMith, Scranton edged an old rival, Brooklyn's win streak was snapped and much more in Saturday's men's wrap.
  • Stockton Knocks Off #8 Albertus Magnus 84-75
    November 16, 2014
    Richard Stockton (2-0) used balanced scoring and depth to win the Stockton Tip-Off Classic over #8 Albertus Magnus (1-1) by an 84-75 final on Sunday night
  • New Jersey is still dancing
    March 13, 2014
    Gerry Mathews’ trademark white shoes are perfect for any occasion, but more so during the month of March when he can go dancing. A Road to Salem feature by Rob Knox.
  • Hoopsville: Crazy Weekend
    March 09, 2014
    The first weekend of the NCAA Tournaments was crazy! As the dust settles, Dave McHugh talked with Baldwin Wallace, Christopher Newport, and UW-Whitewater women's teams along with Calvin, Mary Washington, Richard Stockton, and Texas-Dallas men's teams. Catch up On Demand!
  • Ospreys moving on
    March 09, 2014
    After Richard Stockton became just the second team to win at Cabrini since 2010, we spoke with long-time head coach Gerry Matthews. He talked with us about what we got wrong, how he'll celebrate this win and his relationship with the special guest who drops by.
  • Ospreys moving on
    March 09, 2014
    After Richard Stockton became just the second team to win at Cabrini since 2010, we spoke with long-time head coach Gerry Matthews. He talked with us about what we got wrong, how he'll celebrate this win and his relationship with the special guest who drops by.
  • Drama at UTD; Wooster, Cabrini knocked out
    March 08, 2014
    Cabrini and Wooster each fell on their home floor, while Albertus Magnus won its rematch with SUNY-Purchase and UT-Dallas hit a 23-foot buzzer-beater at the buzzer in overtime to defeat Whitworth 78-77 in Saturday's second-round action.
  • Wednesday: Survive and advance
    February 26, 2014
    Moravian edged Catholic in the Landmark semifinals and Hunter eliminated CUNYAC top-seed CSI. Plus three top seeds on the men's side survived and advanced. Get the recap from Wednesday's tournament action.
  • Hoopsville On Demand: Movers and shakers
    February 09, 2014
    Dave McHugh talked to some teams flying under the radar. From University of New England and Cornell women's teams to the Centre, Husson, and Richard Stockton men, hear why some seasons aren't getting as much love. Catch up On Demand!
  • Matthews Breaks NJ College Record with 515th Win
    November 17, 2012
    Richard Stockton (2-0) gave head coach Gerry Matthews his 515th career victory as the Ospreys defeated Farmingdale State (1-1) 78-58 in the championship game of the Stockton Tip-Off Tournament. With the win, Matthews surpassed former Princeton coach Pete Carrill’s all-time record for coaching victories in New Jersey men’s college basketball.
  • Wednesday wrap: Down to the wire
    February 22, 2012
    Even without any major upsets, there was plenty of excitement in Wednesday's playoff games. Both Wilkes-Barre teams played thrillers and the NJAC semis needed double overtime.
  • Massaquoi, Hipp win NABC vote
    March 03, 2011
    RIchard Stockton's Kai Massaquoi and Hamline's Carl Hipp led the pack after you cast 16,243 votes among eight finalists for two spots in the NABC Division III All-Star Game.