2011 Volleyball Standings
Division II
 SchoolRegion XIXOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
 Harcum6-01.00014-5.7372.04-26-34-0Lost 1
 Morris4-3.57111-10.5241.57-13-61-3Won 3
 Lackawanna2-4.3336-15.2866.04-21-51-8Lost 4
 Del Tech Terry0-5.0000-5.000--0-20-20-1Lost 5
Division III
 SchoolRegion XIXOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
 Northampton11-1.91715-2.882--7-28-00-0Lost 2
 Montgomery11-1.91718-3.857--7-38-03-0Lost 1
 Passaic8-4.66711-8.579--6-35-40-1Lost 1
 Bergen6-6.5007-9.4382.06-41-40-1Lost 1
 Atlantic Cape4-8.3334-9.3084.02-32-60-0Lost 5
 Union2-10.1674-14.2226.03-71-70-0Lost 1
 Manor0-12.0000-12.00011.00-60-60-0Lost 12
Volleyball Headlines
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Garden State - Wed, Oct. 26, 2016 at 9:20 AM

Amanda Karabin from Brookdale Community College has been named Garden State Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Player of the Week. 

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Volleyball - Sat, Oct. 22, 2016

BETHLEHEM, Pa.- The Northampton volleyball team captured their 5th consecutive Region Championship, downing 3rd seeded Montgomery County Community College, 25-10, 25-12, 25-23 on Saturday afternoon at the Arthur L. Scott Center. 

The Spartans, who defeated Montgomery twice during the regular season, were led by Tournament MVP Katrina Shelly (Mountville, PA /Hempfield ) and All-Tournament Team member Bridget Lozier (Saylorsburg, PA/Pleasant Valley). Shelly had 19 kills and 10 digs, while Lozier added 6 kills, 5 digs and 3 blocks.  Rachael Caywood (Bath, PA/Nazareth ) had a strong performance with 7 kills, while Megan Crimi (Nazareth, PA /Notre Dame - Green Pond ) and Kalli Walling(Saylorsburg, PA /Pleasant Valley) combined for 26 digs. 

Northampton advanced to the title match with a 3-0 victory over 5th seeded Harrisburg, downing the Hawks 25-16, 25-18, 25-13.  Region XIX Player of the YearKatrina Shelly (Mountville, PA /Hempfield ) had 10 kills and 6 digs, Alysce Molchan(Nazareth, PA/Notre Dame - Green Pond ) recorded 17 assists, Kalli Walling(Saylorsburg, PA /Pleasant Valley) had 14 digs and Hannah Park (Snow Shoe, PA /Bald Eagle ) had 5 aces and 4 digs to lead Northampton. Harrisburg finishes the season with a record of 14-5.

Montgomery, which finishes 19-4 overall, advanced to the championship match with a 24-26, 26-24, 25-16, 25-13 victory over 2nd seeded Ocean County College in the second semifinal.

Northampton, now 29-1 will travel to Patrick Henry Community College, the Region X champion, on Saturday October 29th for to compete for the District H championship and a berth in the NJCAA National Tournament in Rochester, Minnesota. 

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Garden State - Wed, Oct. 19, 2016

Gioia Abreu from Bergen Community College has been named Garden State Athletic Conference women's volleyball player of the week.

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Volleyball - Wed, Oct. 19, 2016

BLUE BELL, Pa. - Northampton outside hitter Katrina Shelly (Mountville, PA /Hempfield ) has been named Region XIX Player of the Year, as announced by the league office on Tuesday evening. She is the 5th consecutive Northampton player to earn the honor. 

Shelly, a 5-11 freshman from Mountville, Pa, ranks 4th in the NJCAA in kills per set (4.13) and 7th in total kills (326).  Shelly was named EPAC Player of the Year earlier this month, in addition to earning All-Tournament honors at the Butler County Community College Invitational and MVP honors at the Cara Bryant Memorial Tournament at Onondaga Communty College.


Katrina Shelly - Northampton

Dazjanique Williams - Harrisburg

Kalli Walling - Northampton

Carlye Ordorisio - Montgomery

Francela Ulate - Bergen

Katrina Hand - Brookdale



Amber Rauh - Middlesex

Bridget Lozier - Northampton

Christina Van Der Vault - Ocean

Giovanna DelSordo - Union

Samantha Allen - Ocean

Tara Moffa - Montgomery



Monica Smith - Harrisburg

Gioia Abreu - Bergen

Brittany Brice - Lehigh Carbon

Rebecca Franey -  Brookdale

Briana Karayinopulos - Valley Forge

Hannah Eisenstein - Raritan Valley


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Garden State - Tue, Oct. 18, 2016

The Camden County College men's soccer team is ranked second, and the Rowan College at Gloucester County men's soccer team is ranked seventh in this week's NJCAA Division III Men's Soccer Rankings.