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NFCA Announces 2012 NFCA NJCAA Division III All-Americans

Tompkins Cortland's Emilie Rogers. Courtesy of TC3 Athletics.STARKVILLE, Miss. – 2012 NJCAA Division III Champions Gloucester County, Tompkins Cortland and Brookdale led the nation with three selections each when the 2012 NFCA NJCAA Division III All-American team was announced on Tuesday.

College of DuPage and Herkimer County also had multiple honorees with two each.

Leading off for two-time champion Gloucester was pitcher Kristina Morgan. Morgan helped pilot her team to its second consecutive title even after losing sight in one of her eyes in December. She ended the season with a record of 18-3 to go along with a 1.13 ERA and 117 strikeouts.

Joining Morgan as All-Americans this season from Gloucester was infielders Briana Molino and Justine Mattia. Molino batted .528 this season with 61 RBIs and 45 stolen bases, while Mattia turned in a .335 clip with 56 runs and 52 hits.

The three honorees from Tompkins Cortland this season were pitcher Emilie Rogers, outfielder Kristan Baker and designated player Mackenzie Sherlock. Rogers posted a 0.75 ERA this season with 14 wins and 158 strikeouts, while Baker batted .524 with 50 runs and 54 RBIs. Sherlock also had a good year at the plate, hitting .473 with 10 doubles and a team-high nine home runs.

The last of the teams with three selections this season was Brookdale, which placed pitcher Deanna Daluise, infield Emily Erbig and outfielder Chelsea Alston on the team. Daluise went 21-5 on the year with a 1.53 ERA and 211 strikeouts, while Erbig hit .473, drew 17 walks, was hit by a pitch 13 times and posted a .547 on-base percentage. Alston, the only two-time All-American this season, was .457 at the plate on the year with 69 runs and 31 RBIs.

Making the team from College of DuPage in 2012 were catcher Stephanie Wolff and outfielder Shannon Nevins. Wolff hit .451 on the year with 21 doubles in 74 hits, while Nevins led the nation in runs scored and stolen bases with 80 and 58, respectively.

Infielder Jess Patterelli and outfielder Steph Siriano were Herkimer County’s two selections this season. Patterelli was fifth in the nation in batting average this year at .569, while Siriano hit .531 and led the nation in home runs with 15.

Rounding out the All-Americans from the battery this season was catcher Amanda Reid of Joliet. Reid ended her season with the Wolvers with 13 home runs, 17 doubles, 59 RBIs and a .474 batting average.

The final two honorees this season were North Dakota Science’s Stacey Braun and Corning’s Mollie Peck, both infielders. Braun led the Wildcats a .473 average, 52 hits and 13 doubles on the year, while Peck hit .434 with 41 runs and 43 RBIs.

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