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Baseball - Tue, Jun. 3, 2014

TRENTON, NJ - Mercer County Community College, the 2014 Region XIX Champions, placed two players on the NJCAA Division II All-American team, as announced by the national office.Heath Fillmyer a sophomore pitcher from Roebling, NJ, and freshman catcher David Osnato of Hamilton, NJ, both earned First-Team All-American honors.

Fillmyer was the ERA leader for Division II with a 0.68 ERA and was tied for 3rd in the nation in strikeouts finishing with 94 on the season.  Fillmyer was 9-0 on the season, which placed him tied for 12th in the nation in wins.

Osnato had the 13th best batting average in Division II, hitting .434 on the season.  Osnato was selected to NJCAA Team USA that will play in the National Baseball Congress World Series that will be played in Witchita, KS July 25-August 9th. 

The Vikings advanced to the NJCAA Division II World Series  for the first time since 2003, following Region 19 Championship and Northeast District title wins.  The Vikings lost two games to Pasco-Hernando, FL at the World Series in Enid, Oklahoma and beat Vincennes, Indiana in an elimination game in the tournament.

Softball - Thu, May. 22, 2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Co. - Region XIX placed seven players on the NJCAA Divsion III All-American team, released Wednesday by the national office.

Region XIX champion Brookdale had four players earn All-American status; pitcher Samantha Hosey (1st team), outfielder Cassidy Brzozowski (1st team), designated player Krystal Pearson (1st team) and catcher Stephanie Grainger (2nd team).  Runner-up Gloucester County College placed two players on the Second Team; outfielder Taylor Rizzotte and designated player Melissa Mackey, along with Middlesex utilty player Elizabeth Gratta.

Rock Valley Community College captured the 2014 national champioship, downing 2013 champion Herkimer in the title game.  Brookdale finished 3rd in the nation.

    
Men's Golf - Wed, May. 14, 2014

CRYSTAL SPRINGS, NJ – After two beautiful days of golf on a challenging course,  County College of Morris took home the Region XIX Championship, by scoring 688.  Burlington County College was the Runner-Up in the tournament with a total score of 715. The tournament medalist,  Jesse Bingaman of Northampton Community College, was honored with the Vincent DeSario Award.  Bingaman scored a 77 on the first day and carded a 75 on the second day of the region tournament.