|Atlantic Cape||1-20||.048||1-21||.045||14.5||1-12||0-9||0-0||Lost 4|
|Salem CC||11-5||.688||17-13||.567||2.0||8-4||7-8||2-1||Lost 2|
|Mercer CC||8-4||.667||11-6||.647||3.0||7-2||4-4||0-0||Won 1|
|Del Tech Stanton||7-4||.636||9-5||.643||--||6-2||2-3||1-0||Won 2|
|Essex CC||8-8||.500||12-13||.480||5.0||5-5||5-4||2-4||Won 1|
|Raritan Valley||4-5||.444||6-8||.429||5.5||4-2||1-6||1-0||Lost 2|
Toms River, NJ - The DIII All Garden State Athletic Conference Baseball and Softball Teams have been released today. Congratulations to all student-athletes!
Randolph, NJ - The Garden State Athletic Conference recently released the 2016 Divsion II Basketball All-GSAC teams.
RANDOLPH, NJ - The Region XIX Division II Basketball Committee has released the 2015-16 Men's Basketball All Region Team.
James Richardson - RVCC - PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Thomas Farrior - Manor
Carnell McGirt - Valley Forge
Mark Perry - Lackawanna
Shawn Flanagan - Delaware Technical Community College
Quintin Ward - Lackawanna
Logan Santiago - RVCC
Bridson Rivera - RVCC
Ramon Wright - Valley Forge
Derrick Wilson - Morris
DANVILLE, IL. - The Essex men's basketball team has advanced to the semifinal round of the NJCAA Division II Men's National Tournament in Danville, Illinois.
Essex, seeded 7th in the field, defeated Columbus State 92-69 and then downed Lansing CC 88-52 to advance.
The Wolverines, who finished as national runners-up last season, will face Kirkwood CC on March 18th at 7pm for the right to play for the national title.
BRYN MAWR, Pa. - The Harcum men's basketball team, under the leadership of Head Coach Drew Kelly, advanced to the NJCAA Division I national tournament with their 82-78 victory over Monroe College in the Region XV championship game.
Sophomore forward Nadi Beciri scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and fellow sophomore De'Shon Self added 17 points to pace Harcum College to the victory over host Monroe College Saturday afternoon. Harcum is now 27-4 on the season.
In typical Harcum/Monroe fashion, Saturday's game was an intense thriller with numerous lead changes and big plays from both teams. Harcum fell behind by as many as nine points in the first half before rallying to take a 41-38 halftime lead. Monroe would again claim the lead during the second half, but Harcum would answer again. Sophomore and tournament MVP Elliott Smith (12 points) would ice the game down the stretch with 5 free throws in the final minutes.
Harcum has already punched its ticket to the national tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas, but first the Bears will take on Harford (MD) Community College for the District 3 Championship on Saturday, March 5.