|Mercer CC||10-4||.714||29-15||.659||7.0||16-4||6-9||7-2||Lost 1|
|Del Tech Owens||8-6||.571||25-23||.521||--||13-7||6-11||6-5-0||Lost 1|
|Salem CC||4-10||.286||21-22||.488||13.0||7-8||10-9||4-5||Lost 2|
|Raritan Valley||1-13||.071||8-27||.229||16.0||6-13||2-12||0-2||Won 1|
|Lehigh Carbon||8-17-1||.327||9-18-1||.339||11.5||6-6-1||3-12||0-0||Lost 4|
|Atlantic Cape||6-20||.231||7-25||.219||17.0||5-12||2-13||0-0||Lost 22|
|Delaware County CC||2-24||.077||5-29||.147||18.0||4-14||1-15||0-0||Lost 11|
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.
MOORE TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Mercer County Community College and Cumberland County College each captured Region XIX Baseball titles on Sunday, with the Vikings earning the Division II title and the Dukes earning the DIII championship.
Mercer downed Lackawanna College, 17-3, in the DII championship game, while Cumberland dethroned perennial region power Gloucester County College, 11-4, to win Division III. Cumberland is the first team other than Gloucester to capture the Division III crown since 2009.
Mercer (37-5) will now play in a District championship, while Cumberland (46-8) earns a direct bid to Tyler, Texas for the NJCAA World Series.
Blackwood, NJ - Region 19 has proven to be a traditionally strong geographic area flourishing with exceptional college baseball players. This year has been no exception as numerous players have been recruited to continue their athletic and academic pursuits at four-year colleges/universities. Two year colleges have been a popular way for any High School or transferring student-athlete to continue their playing careers while excelling in the classroom. This combination has led many baseball players to earn the recognition they deserve and draw 4-year college coaches to the area to recruit them. Below is a partial listing of where our student-athletes will continue their baseball careers while pursuing a bachelor's degree.
TOMS RIVER, NJ - 2nd seeded Gloucester County worked their way through the losers bracket on Friday and Saturday and now will face #1 Cumberland County College on Sunday at 12pm at Ocean County College with the Region XIX Division III Baseball title on the line.
The Roadrunners, who dropped their opening game to 3rd seeded Ocean, 4-2, rebounded to eliminate 4th seeded Brookdale Community College, 10-2 on Friday afternoon. Gloucester then faced two "do or die" games on Saturday, downing Ocean County 6-5 and then rallying for two runs in the top of the 8th to give Cumberland their first loss of the tournament, 5-4.
Gloucester's victory sets up a winner take all scenario on Sunday as the Roadrunners (34-10) face the Dukes (45-8) for the right to advance to the NJCAA World Series in Tyler, Texas.