Yavapai Falls in NJCAA DI National Championship Game — After falling to Wallace State (6-5) in the opening round to Wallace State (AL), Yavapai won three straight by a combined score of 39-13 to reach the Championshiop round of the 2006 NJCAA Division I Baseball National Championship. Yavapai defeated Walters State 9-0 to force a second title game in the double-elimination format before falling 7-6 in the deciding game. | More |

Mesa Battles Before Falling from National Tourney — The Thunderbirds fell to Elgin (IL) CC 6-4 in 10 innings in the opening game of the 2006 NJCAA Division II Baseball National Championship Tournament. Mesa then lost 13-8 to St. Louis-Forest Park to be eliminated from the tourney. | More |

ACCAC Baseball Teams Win District Titles, Set to Play for NJCAA National Championships — Yavapai and Mesa have captured the District Championships and advanced to the NJCAA Division I and Division II National Championships, respectively. Following are links to the NJCAA Championship sites:
DIVISION I BASEBALL (May 27-June 3): Yavapai - Link
DIVISION II BASEBALL (May 27 - June 2): Mesa - Link

Yavapai Sweeps to Region I Division I Title — Yavapai defeated Pima 6-4 and 5-0 to sweep the best of three series and capture the NJCAA Region I Division I Championship. The Roughriders advance to the NJCAA National Championships, which will be played May 27th to June 3rd in Grand Junction, Colorado. | More |

Mesa Comes Back to Capture Region I Division II Championship — Mesa advances to the NJCAA Division II National Championships with a victory over Glendale in the third and deciding game of the Region I Championship Series. Mesa, which lost the first game in the best of three series, captured games two and three to capture the Region I Championship. | More |

Yavapai, Pima Advance to Region Championship Series — Pima defeated #2 seed Arizona Western and top-seed Yavapai defeated Chandler-Gilbert in three games to advance to the best 2-of-3 championship series in the NJCAA Region I Division I Playoffs. | More |

Mesa, Glendale Series Comes Down to Game Three — After dropping the opener 8-3, #1 seed Mesa tied the best-of-3 series with a 6-2 victory in game two. The deciding game for the NJCAA Region I Division II Championship will be played Saturday, May 6th, at Noon. | More |

Mesa Set to Host Glendale for Region I Division II Crown — Beginning May 4th, #2 seed Glendale will travel to #1 seed Mesa for the NJCAA Region I Division II Championship Series. | More |

Arizona Western & Yavapai to Host Region I DI Series — Arizona Western, the #2 seed, will host #3 seed Pima in one semifinal while top-seeded Yavapai will host Chandler-Gilbert in the other. The NJCAA Rehion I Division I Tournament begins May 4th. | More |

Yavapai Rules ACCAC, NJCAA Region I Honors — Yavapai, ranked #2 in NJCAA Division I with a 47-9 overall record and a 32-6 ACCAC mark, placed eight players on the All-ACCAC and NJCAA All-Region I teams. Yavapai Head Coach Sky Smeltzer was selected the ACCAC Coach of the Year while Eval LeBlanc was tabbed the ACCAC's Player of the Year. | All-Region Teams | All-ACCAC Teams |

Yavapai's LeBlanc Tabbed ACCAC Batter of the Week — Evan LeBlank helped Yavapai's Roughriders to a perfect 4-0 record on the week by posting a .650 batting average with 10 runs scored and nine RBI. | More |

Murphy & LeBlanc Lead ACCAC Leading Yavapai — Yavapai sits atop the ACCAC standings with a 28-6 Conference record and are ranked #3 in NJCAA Division I with an overall mark of 43-9. Leading the way for the Roughriders on the mound is JR Murphy, who leads the ACCAC with a 1.12 ERA and 85 strikeouts. At the plate, Evan LeBlanc leads the Conference with a .456 batting average. | Current ACCAC Individual Stats | Current ACCAC Team Stats | Current ACCAC Standings |

Yavapai, Mesa Ranked #3 in NJCAA Baseball Polls — Yavapai is ranked #3 in the first NJCAA Division I national baseball poll since the start of the 2006 season while Mesa holds the same position in the Division II poll. | NJCAA Division I Poll | NJCAA Division II Poll |


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