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Women's Tennis - Mon, Oct. 20, 2014 at 12:20 PM

SEWELL, NJ - Region champion Rowan College @ Gloucester County dominated the women's tennis All-Region team, claiming eight of the nine First Team slots.

Shenida Watkins of Camden County College claimed the other spot, winning the title at 1st singles.  

2nd singles - Leah Jayne (RCGC)

3rd singles - Kerri Hayden (RCGC)

4th singles - Kelly Davis (RCGC)

5th singles - Mathalynn Johnson (RCGC)

6th singles - Becky Pierpoint (RCGC)

1st doubles - Vicky Russell & Leah Jayne (RCGC)

2nd doubles - Becky Pierpoint & L. Palmerchuck (RCGC)

3rd doubles - Kerri Hayden & Marthalynn Johnson (RCGC)

View the All-Region Team here:

Volleyball - Wed, Oct. 15, 2014

BLUE BELL, PA - The 2014 Division III Volleyball bracket has been released for the upcoming Region XIX Tournament, as announced today by Mr. Bruce Bach, Region XIX Volleyball Chair, from Montgomery County Community College.

Eight teams in total qualified for the Region Tournament which will begin on Tuesday October 21st with four matches at the higher seeds, with the winners advancing to the Region Final Four at Montgomery County Community College on Saturday October 25th.

Northampton, the two-time defending Region champs, earned the number one seed and will host 8th seeded Montgomery on Tuesday October 21st at 7pm.

Ocean County College, in their first season of volleyball, is the #2 seed and will host 7th seeded Union County College.  Harrisburg Area Community College is the #3 seed and will host 6th seeded Passaic County Community College and 4th seeded Bergen Community College will host 5th seeded Bucks County Community College.

Men's Golf - Tue, Oct. 14, 2014

MEDIA, Pa. - Parker Lessel of Lehigh Carbon Community College has been named the EPAC Athlete of the Week, as announced by the league office on Tuesday.

Lessel shot a 79 at the EPAC Championship which placed him in 6th place overall, as the Cougars captured the team championship.  Lessel earned All-Conference honors for his Division III top-5 finish.