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Region XIX - Fri, Mar. 6, 2015

MOORE TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Andrew Johnson, Director of Wellness, Athletics & Recreation at Delaware County Communty College has been named the new Director of Athletics at Lehigh Carbon Community College, effective March 16, 2015.

Johnson guided the Phantoms program to unprecedented heights during his six year tenure, with four conference championships, a region runner-up (men's basketball), 35 all conference or all region selections, two NJCAA Academic All-Americans and a Region XIX Coach of the Year.  Johnson also serves as the Secretary of the Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (EPAC) and has been part of the Widener women's basketball staff for the past 12 years, including the elite 8 team in 2013.

Prior to taking the DCCC job, Johnson served as the Sports Director at the Lionville Community YMCA in Exton, PA and as a Health and Physical Education teacher/coach at Friends Select School in Philadelphia, PA.  

Johnson earned a Bachelor's Degree in Health and Physical Education (Sports Administration) from Lock Haven University and also holds a Master's Degree in Sports Coaching from the United States Sports Academy.

A native of Philadelphia, Johnson currently resides in Folcroft, Pa with his wife Ildiko and three children; Alana, Savana and Ace.

 

What People Are Saying:

"Lehigh-Carbon hit a homerun with Andrew Johnson ... he understands Region XIX and the EPAC and will be a great fit in Schnecksville." -   Jack Sullivan, Region XIX Assistant Men's Director

"Andrew has a strong passion for athletics and will hit the ground running at Lehigh Carbon." - Amanda DeMartino, President of the Garden State Athletic Conference 

"I am thrilled for Andrew ... Lehigh Carbon provides him the opportunity to expand his skill set given their outstanding facilities, staff and coaches.  I am glad to keep him in the EPAC." - Troy Tucker, Chair - Region XIX Executive Commitee / President of the EPAC 

Women's Basketball - Thu, Mar. 5, 2015

EDISON, NJ - Middlesex County College sophomore Quorea Peayer has been named Region XIX Division III Player of the Year in a vote conducted by league coaches.  Peayer led the Colts to a #2 seed in the Region XIX Tournament and an overall record of 22-6.

First Team All-Region

Quorea Peayer (Middlesex)

Mayra Trapp (Brookdale)

Taylor Ford (Harrisburg)

Caroline Santiago (Cumberland)

Laquil McKnight (Passaic)

 

Second Team All-Region

Sachara Lopez (Cumberland)

Nicole Amann (Northampton)

Jovan Childers (Cumberland)

Selena Santiago (Atlantic Cape)

Alexandra Becker (Middlesex)

 

Third Team All-Region

April Szymczyk (Ocean)

Jennifer Shereyka (Middlesex)

Catherine Webster (Harrisburg)

Lauren Thompsonn (Northampton)

Paxton Reddington (Brookdale)

Antoinette Winchester (RCGC)

 
Men's Basketball - Wed, Mar. 4, 2015

MOORE TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Ocean County College guard Anthony Walker has been named Region XIX Division III Player of the Year in a vote conducted by the league coaches.  10 players from the GSAC earned all-conference accolades, while 6 players from the EPAC were honored.  

First Team All Region

Anthony Walker (Ocean) - Player of the Year 

Isaiah Johnson (Brookdale)

Bryant Webb (Middlesex)

DeAndre Williams (Camden)

Rafiq Johnson (Philadelphia)

 

Second Team All Region 

Josh Brown (Lehigh Carbon)

Da'fawn Toombs (Atlantic Cape)

Amonie Holloman (Delaware)

Marcus Smith (Philadelphia)

Jevon Allen (Union)

 

Third Team All Region 

Chris Correll (Lehigh Carbon)

Michael Smith (RCGC)

Andy Etienne (Union)

Raquan Brown-Johnson (Camden)

Mark Gilliam (Johnson)

Ronnie Russell (RCGC)