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Seven Viking Baseball Players Named to All-Region Team

6/13/18


MCCC All Region Players

Seven members of the 2018 MCCC Vikings baseball team were named All-Region 19. From top, left: Dom Boselli, Ciaran Devenney, Sean McGeehan, Chris Mormile. Bottom, from left: C.J. Schaible, Collin Sheehan, and Jimmy Versage.

WEST WINDSOR – Seven Mercer County Community College (MCCC) baseball players have been selected for post-season honors, claiming the majority of the spots on both the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Region 19 and All-Garden State Athletic Association (GSAC) rosters.

“Our players have worked hard all season, and it is gratifying that these athletes have been recognized on the regional level for their talent, determination, and commitment,” said MCCC Head Coach Kevin Kerins. “This speaks volumes for their work ethic and the importance of achieving as individuals, but succeeding as a team.”

Pitcher C.J. Schiable, with 47 strikeouts in 50 innings and a 3.06 ERA, was named to the Division II All-Region 19 First Team, as was battery mate Ciaran Devenney, who batted .336 with nine home runs. Joining them on the first team is outfielder Sean McGeehan, a .319 hitter with nine home runs and 17 stolen bases, and utility man Colin Sheehan, a .373 hitter with 28 RBI in 42 games.

With 84 strikeouts – averaging more than 12 per game – pitcher Chris Mormile claimed a spot on the All-Region 19 Second Team, as did infielder Jimmy Versage, a .375 hitter who slugged .777 for the season. Outfielder Dom Boselli, a .323 hitter with eight home runs and 48 RBI in 50 games, claimed the final spot for the Vikings.

All seven were named to the Division II All-GSAC Team, with Versage joining Schiable, McGeehan, Devenney, and Sheehan as first-team selections. Boselli and Mormile were named to the All-GSAC Second Team.

“These players led by example, and I am glad to see them get the recognition they deserve,” Kerins said. “They played a big role in our success this season.”

The Vikings concluded the 2018 season with a record of 27-19-1 and for the third consecutive year, claimed the Region 19 championship. This is the fifth consecutive year that six or more Vikings have been named to the All-Region 19 Team.

 

 

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