This weekend, Ramapo faced the Ospreys’ wrath as Men’s Basketball bounced back from a tough loss against Rowan. It was hard to determine the outcome in the first half, with Stockton at 36 points and Ramapo at 28 points. In the end, Stockton did not let up, scoring 52 points in the second half.
Milo De Los Santos (#12), the senior guard, scored a career-high of 23 points, hitting 70% from the 3-point shot. The player made great shot selections, utilizing screens, driving in then using the step-back, or dishing it out to one of his teammates. De Los Santos commented, “Shooting is my go-to… but once you start hitting a couple of threes they play up tight on you, so I look to drive to the paint and look for my teammates.”
Another teammate, DJ Campbell (#4), racked up 20 points along with 5 assists. That evening, Stockton worked cohesively to put their teammates in the best position for the shot.
When asked what he looks for most in his last season, De Los Santos replied, “I just want to finish with a championship. Just like last year.” The team beat Rowan in the NJAC finals and made it to the final eight in the NCAA tournament. Most players from last year are still remaining, along with some new transfers, signaling that another title championship is underway.
Next week the team will be away, versing Rutgers-Camden and William Paterson University. Mark your calendars for the next home game against Montclair State University on Saturday, February 4th, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time. For more information on the men’s schedule, use this link: https://stocktonathletics.com/sports/mens-basketball/schedule