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2004 ACCAC SOFTBALL NEWS

Phoenix College & Pima Make ACCAC Double NJCAA National Champions — After fighting through the Consolation Brackets, both Phoenix College and Pima Community College won five consecutive games to capture the 2004 NJCAA National Softball Championships. Phoenix defeated St. Louis (MO) Community College-Merramec 2-1 to win the 2004 NJCAA Division 2 National Title, while Pima defeated Gulf Coast CC (FL) 1-0. NJCAA Division 1 Results | NJCAA Division 2 Results

Pima, Phoenix Battling for NJCAA D1 and D2 National Titles — Pima CC and Phoenix College are traveling similar roads in their hunt for a National Championship. Both fell to the loser's bracket and were forced to win four consecutive games on Saturday in order to be crowned National Champions. Pima won three straight to set up a deciding game with Gulf Coast CC for the NJCAA Division 1 Championship, while Phoenix is in a NJCAA Division 2 Championship battle with St. Louis Community College-Merramec (MO).

Pima Rolls to NJCAA Region I Division I Title — Top-seed Pima scored an 11-0 victory over Central Arizona on Saturday to walk away with the 2004 NJCAA Region I Division 1 Softball Championship. Playoff Schedule

Phoenix Bashes Way to NJCAA Region I Division II Crown — After easing through an opening round victory, Phoenix College cruised to an 11-0 semifinal victory over Chandler-Gilbert and a 9-1 Championship win over Mesa. Playoff Schedule

NJCAA Region I Playoffs Set — The NJCAA Region I Softball Championships will begin on Saturday, May 7, as Pima CC is the Division I top seed and Phoenix College is the top-seed in the Division II Playoffs. Playoff Schedule

Pima, Phoenix Rule NJCAA Region I and ACCAC Postseason Awards — Pima and Phoenix College were rewarded for great seasons as both programs saw a multitude of individual awards come their way from the NJCAA Region I and ACCAC. NJCAA All-Region I Teams | All-ACCAC Teams

PC Freshman Chelsie Mesa One of the ACCAC's Best— Phoenix College freshman shortstop Chelsie Mesa ended the 2004 regular season ranked second in the ACCAC in batting (.552), third in homeruns (14), sixth in steals (32), first in RBI (86), second in triples (9) and second in hits (101) and doubles (20). View Stats

ACCAC Rules NJCAA's National Softball & Baseball Weekly Awards — The ACCAC garnered five of the six National Player/Pitcher of the Week Awards for the week ending April 26. The NJCAA Softball National Players of the Week are Cental Arizona's Jeanette Rincon (Division I) and Chandler-Gilbert's Kelsi Jensen (Division 2). Both Pitcher of the Week awards also went to the ACCAC as Central's Jessica Stubbs took Division 1 honors and Mesa's Laura Chomokos took the Division 2 award. Eastern Arizona's Chris Fessler won the NJCAA DI Baseball National Pitcher of the Week award. Softball Honors | Baseball Honors

Stubbs Earns Second Straight Pitcher oif the Week Honor, Teammate Rincon Selected ACCAC Batter of the Week — Central Arizona went a perfect 6-0 on the week and were rewarded as Jessica Stubbs was tabbed the ACCAC Pitcher of the Week and Jeanette Rincon (pictured left) garnered ACCAC Batter of the Week honors. More...

Mesa Tabbed NJCAA DII National Player of the Week — Phoenix shortstop Chelsea Mesa (right) has been awarded the NJCAA Division II National Player of the Week honor after batting 11-of-16 on the week and hitting for the cycle in a game against Mesa CC. More...

Stubbs Tabbed ACCAC Pitcher of the Week, Mesa Selected Batter of the Week — Phoenix' Chelsea Mesa garnered ACCAC Batter of the Week honors for the week ending April 18, while Central Arizona's Jessica Stubbs earned the ACCAC's Pitcher of the Week award. More...

Mesa has Great Week, Moves Up in Stat Standings — Mesa the player that is, not the school. Freshman slugger Chelsea Mesa of Phoenix College hit over .650 this past week and jumped to second in hitting (.516), fourth in himers (12), third in hits (83), third in doubles (17), and first in both triples (7) and RBI (71). View Stats

Pima Continues to Cruise Through the ACCAC — Pima just keeps rolling along through the 2004 season with a 53-7 overall recotrd and 29-3 mark in the ACCAC. View Week 9 Scores

Phoenix Top-Ranked in DII Poll, Five ACCAC Programs in First National Polls — Phoenix College remains the nation's top-ranked program in the NJCAA Division II poll, while Mesa remains third and Glendale moves up one spot to 14th. In the NJCAA Division I poll, Pima jumped a spot to #2 and Central Arizona slipped one spot to #10. NJCAA DI Poll | NJCAA DII Poll

ACCAC Boasts Three Softball National Players of the Week — The ACCAC sported the NJCAA's Division I Player and Pitcher of the Week and the Division II Pitcher of the Week for the week ending April 11. Pima's Veronica Ralston was the DI Pitcher of the Week, while teammate Ashley Monceaux earned the Palyer of the Week honor. Ramie Garcia of Phoenix College was selected the Division II National Pitcher of the Week. More...

Phoenix College & Pima Make ACCAC Double 2004 NJCAA National Champions — After fighting through the Consolation Brackets, both Phoenix College and Pima Community College won five consecutive games to capture the 2004 NJCAA National Softball Championships. Phoenix defeated St. Louis (MO) Community College-Merramec 2-1 to win the 2004 NJCAA Division 2 National Title, while Pima defeated Gulf Coast CC (FL) 1-0. NJCAA Division 1 Results | NJCAA Division 2 Results

 

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