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2005 MCCD Tournament
CHAMPION: Phoenix College


Head Coach Heinz Mueller...

Five-Time National Championship Coaches Do Whatever it Takes!

Mesa Selected 2005 NJCAA Female Athlete of the Year — The NJCAA has named Chelsie Mesa the receipent of the 2005 Betty Jo Graber Female Athlete of the Year Award. | More |

PC Coaches Selected Nation's Best for 2005 — 62 wins and their second consecutive National Championship later, Phoenix College's softball coaching staff -- Head Coach Heinz Mueller and assistants Hank Schrader, Christa Pfeninger and Dallas Kuhlman -- has been named the 2005 Speedline/NFCA NJCAA Division II Coaching Staff of the Year. | More |

Bears All-American List Grows as NFCA Announces Honorees — After having three players named to the NJCAA Division II All-American Softball First Team, Phoenix College has four players honored on the National Fastpitch Coaches Association's All-American teams. Sophomores Rachel Schwartz and Chelsie Mesa and freshman Brittny Ernst were named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA NJCAA Division II All-America First Team while Roxanne Bejarno was named to the Second Team. | NFCA Division II All-America Teams |

PC Bears Land Three on All-American First Team — The National Champion PC Bears placed three players on the NJCAA Division II All-American Softball First Team. Making the squad are Roxanne Bejarno (22-4, 1.09 ERA, 160 Ks), Chelsie Mesa (.521 avg., 8 triples, 12 homeruns, 71 RBI) and Casey Wheeler (.436 avg., 20 doubles, 12 homeruns, 69RBI). | NJDAA Division II All-American Teams |

A Look at the National Championship Bears — The following link will take you to a slide show of the Bears march through the 2005 NJCAA Division II National Championships. | Photos |

Back 2 Back National Champions — Phoenix College softball earned its second straight NJCAA Division II National Championship with a 6-5 victory in eight innings over Parkland College. The National title is the fifth for Coach Heinz Mueller's Bears program and ends the 2005 season with a 62-8 overall record. | Boxscore | More |

Bears Reach Title Game Undefeated — The PC softball squad had another successful day at the 2005 NJCAA Division II National Championships. The defending National Champion Bears reached the championship game of the double elimination tournament undefeated after wins over Parkland College (IL) 5-0 and Meridian CC (MS) 7-2. PC will play the winner of the Meridian/Parkland game for the title on Saturday (May 21) at 11:30 a.m. The Meridian/Parkland winner will have to defeat the Bears twice to keep them from capturing the program's fifth National title. | Parkland Boxscore | | Meredian Boxscore | Tournament Web Site |

PC Takes First Step to 5th National Championship with Victory — The Bears won their opener 5-0 over Cowley County CC (KS) at the NJCAA Division II National Championships. The top-seeded Bears were led by Casey Wheeler's two-run homerun and Rachael Schwartz' tremendous pitching performance as hse allowed just two hits and struck out eight. | Boxscore | Tournament Web Site |

Bears Looking to Defend National Championship — After capturing the 2004 NJCAA Division II National Championship, the Bears will look to make it back-to-back titles and capture the program's fifth National Championship under Head Coach Heinz Mueller as they begin the quest on March 19th in Fort Dodge, Iowa. You can catch PC's scores quickest right here as Assistant Director of Athletics Morgan Lee passes along all of the informatioon to be posted here as soon as games are complete. The following link will take you to the NJCAA's championship site for brackets and further information. | more |

Photos from the NJCAA Region 1 Division II Championship — Click the following link for a slideshow of photos from the 2005 Region I Championships, won by the PC Bears. | Photos |

PC Advances to NJCAA DII National Championships — The Bears, ranked #1 in the nation and the defending National Champions, earned the opportunity to defend its title as they return to the NJCAA Division II Tournament after defeating Glendale in the Region 1 Championships. Glendale, which battled through the loser's bracket to reach the final, grabbed a 2-0 lead after four inning of play. Phoenix responded with a five-run fifth inning and went on to win the title by a 6-2 score. | Boxscore |

Bears in Title Game After Victory — Phoenix advanced to the championship game of the 2005 NJCAA Region 1 Division II Tournament with an 8-4 victory over #2 seed Mesa. The top-seeded Bears were led by Britney Shlee, who went 2-for-3 with a homerun, two RBI and scored a pair of runs. | Boxscore |

Nearly Perfect Bears Cruise in NJCAA Region Opener Top-seed Phoenix College cruised to an 11-0 victory over #4 seed Chandler-Gilbert in the opening round of the NJCAA Region 1 Division II Tournament. While pitcher Roxanne Bejarno pitched a near perfect game as she allowed only one baserunner on a walk, the Bears' offense pounded out three homeruns and 15 hits. In the first three innings, Brittny Ernst, Brittney Shlee and Casey Wheeler each connected on 2-run homers. | More |

PC Set to Host NJCAA Region 1 Division II Tournament The top-seed and NJCAA #1 ranked Phoenix Bears will host the NJCAA Region 1 Division 2 Softball Tournament on May 6th and 7th. | More |

Chelsie Mesa Leads Bears Postseason Awards Parade Sophomore Chelsie Mesa earned ACCAC Player of the Year honors after hitting .521 with 12 homeruns. Her honor was one of many earned by the Bear from the ACCAC and NJCAA Region 1 coaches. | More |

Bears End Regular Season With Sweep of Paradise Valley Phoenix College prepared for the NJCAA Region I Championships with a 6-1 and 3-0 sweep of Paradise Valley in the 2005 regular season finale. The Bears (55-8, 33-7 ACCAC) were paced in game one by Cassie Cresswell and Stacey Trevino's two hits each. In game two, Rachael Schwartz allowed just three hits to lead PC to victory. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

PC Sweeps Doubleheader on Road at Scottsdale Phoenix College improved to 53-8 overall and 35-7 in the ACCAC with an 8-2 and 14-0 road sweep of Scottsdale. In the opener, Chelsie Mesa led the way by going 2-for-4 at the plate with a homerun, two RBI, and three runs scored. Jessica Sheldon went deep in game two with a three-run homer while Casey Wheeler was 2-for-3 with three RBI. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Bears Streak Continues, Team Reaches 50-Win Plateau PC recorded its 11th consecutive victory and improved to 51-8 overall on the season with a 4-2 and 8-0 sweep of South Mountain. Roxanne Bejarano (20-4) earned yet another win in the pitching circle as she allowed just four hits and struck out nine oin the opener. Chelsie Mesa and Denise Leao collected thre hits each in game one. In game two, the Bears ended the game with the eight-run rule in five innings as Rachael Schwartz (18-3) allowed just two hits in the shutout. Jackie Arnold and Brittany Shlee each connected for a homerun and a pair of RBI. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Bears Introduce Kailey Yarmer as 10th Signee for 2006 Head Coach Heinz Mueller has announced the signing of Horizon High School's Kailey Yarmer, the 10th student-athlete who is set to join the Bears in 2006. (More)

PC Softball Rolls On, Wins 9th Straight The Bears won their ninth consecutive game and 16th in the last 17 outings with a 1-0 and 8-1 sweep of Glendale. In the opener, the PC scored the game's lone run in the first inning and Roxanne Bejarano allowed Glendale just four hits. Game two saw the Bears blow open a close game with five runs in the fourth inning. Rachael Schwartz scattered six hits to earn the victory while Casey Wheeler and Cassie Cresswell each went 3-for-4 at the plate. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Top-Ranked Bears Sweep Top-Ranked Pima Phoenix College, the #1 ranked NJCAA Division II program and defending National Champions, scored a 3-1 and 6-5 doubleheader sweep on the road at Pima, the #1 ranked NJCAA Division I program and defending National Champions. Roxanne Bejarno allowed just five hits and struck out 10 in route to earning the win in the opener. In game two, the Bears fell behing 5-2 after three innings before the come-from-behind victory. Betheny Reynoldson picked up the win after allowing just two hits in 4.2 innings of relief. At the plate, Jessica Sheldon and Denise Leon each recorded a pair of RBI in the game two win. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Mesa & Bejarano Earn ACCAC Weekly Honors After combining to lead PC to four wins this past week, Chelsie Mesa and Roxanne Bejarano have been selected the ACCAC's Batter and Pitcher of the Week, respectively. | More |

Bejarano, Schwartz Lead PC Over Chandler-Gilbert Roxanne Bejarano continued her stellar performances in the pitching circle with an 8-0 shutout in the opener with nine strikeouts. Game two saw the Bears turn the ball over to hurler Rachel Schwartz. the result was almost identical as Schwartz struck out nine and allowed just one earned run in a 10-2 victory over Chandler-Gilbert. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

PC Ranked #1 in First NJCAA Division II Poll In the first regular season poll released by the NJCAA in the 2005 season, Phoenix College is the nation's #1 ranked Division II softball program. | More |

PC Softball Outscores GateWay 51-0 in Sweep Th Bears scored 11 runs in the first inning of game one and went on to 27-0 and 24-0 shutout victories over GateWay. PC connected on 12 homeruns in the doubleheader. Chelsie Mesa, who had four homers on the day, went 4-for-5 in game two with three homeruns, five runs scored and 8 RBI . | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Bears Split Pair on Road at Eastern Arizona The Bears allowed five unearned runs in a 9-1 game loss in the opener before coming back to gain the ACCAC split with a 4-3 victory in game two. Jackie Arnold connected for a two-run homerun to lead the PC attack. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Homers Lead the Way as Bears Roll On Phoenix College swept Arizona Western 6-3 and 5-3 as the Bears connected on five homers in the two-game set. Casey Wheeler and Jessica Sheldon each belted homeruns in game one. Game two saw Wheeler hit her second homerun on the day and Brittny Ernst connect for a pair of homerunsincluding a walk-off homer in the bottom of the seventh. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Bears Continue to Roll with Sweep of Mesa Phoenix College softball has now won 25 of its last 27 games with a 5-3 and 11-2 sweep on the road at Mesa. In the opener, Chelsea Mesa connected for a homerun and Denise Leon went 2-for-4 with a pair of runs and RBI. Cassandra Wheeler carried the big bat for the Bears in game two as she went 3-for-4 with her second grand slam homerun of the season and seven RBI. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Bears Sweep Scottsdale, Win 23rd in Last 25 Outings — The Bears remained red hot with a 2-1 and 5-1 sweep od ACCAC foe Scottsdale. Phoenix has now won 23 of its last 25 games. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

PC & Central Arizona Split ACCAC Tilt — Central Arizona took the opener 6-5 after scoring four unearned runs while the Bears outscored Central 9-8 in the nightcap. . | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Bears Win Streak Reaches 20 Before Falling in CAC Title Game — The Bears won six straight in the Central Arizona to stretch their win streak to 20 games before falling 2-1 in the championship game to Central Arizona. | Game Scores & Boxscores | PC's Stats in CAC Tourney |

PC Wins 14th Straight, Sweeps Paradise Valley — The Bears ran their winning streak to 14 games with a 10-1 and 7-1 sweep of Paradise Valley. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Shlee, Cresswell Committ to 4-Year Programs — Brittany Shlee will continue her collegiate career at Oregon Tech, while Cassie Cresswell has verbally committed to Southern Utah University. | More |

Phoenix is Perfect in Winning MCCD Tournament — The Bears go 9-0 and outscore their opponents 70-7 to walk away with the 2005 MCCD Tournament Championship. | Tournament Results | PC's stats in the Tournament |

Bears Sweep South Mountain in Doubleheader Phoenix defeated South Mountain on the road 10-1 and 9-0 in an ACCAC twin bill. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Phoenix, Glendale Split Doubleheader The Bears and Gauchos split an ACCAC doubleheader as Glendale won game one 4-2 and PC responded with a 4-2 victory of its own in the nightcap. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Bears Outscore GateWay 28-0 in Doubleheader Sweep PC scored 16-0 and 12-0 ACCAC victories over GateWay in a pair of games that ended with the "mercy rule." | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

PC Splits ACCAC Doublheader with Pima — Chelsie Mesa hit a three-run homerun in the opener to provide all of the offense in a 3-0 shutout victory for the Bears. Game two saw PC drop an 8-0 decision as Mesa collected the lone Bears hit. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Phoenix Scores ACCAC Sweep of Mesa — The Bears scored 3-0 and 5-1 victories over Mesa. PC recorded just four hits in the opener, but two were homers as Cassandra Wheeler and Brittny Ernst each belted solo shots. In the nightcap, Ernst had a triple and three RBI as the Bears plated four runs in the bottom of the sixth to seal the victory. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Bears Softball Earns Pair of Shutout Victories Over Chandler-Gilbert — With the rain finally stopped, Phoenix College returned to the softball diamond for a pair of ACCAC shutouts of Chandler-Gilbert. The Bears won the opener 2-0 behind a complete game, seven strikeout effort by Roxanne Bejarno. The nightcap saw PC win 11-0 as Jackie Arnold and Jessica Sheldon posted three RBI each and Rachael Schwartz posted nine strikeouts. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Tough Day on the Diamond for Bears at Arizona Western — Phoenix College dropped an ACCAC doubleheader on the road against Arizona Western 1-0 and 6-2. Game one ended in the bottom of the ninth inning when Arizona Western broke a scoreless tie. In game two, PC jumped out to a 2-0 lead but watched AWC plate six unanswered runs. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

Alumni Spotlight Shines on PC Softball Program — The latest installment of PC's Athletic Alumni "In the Spotlight" details the Bears' softball program's Alumni Day in January. | More |

PC Sweeps Doubleheader from Central Arizona — For the first time in school history, the Bears swept an ACCAC road doubleheader over Central Arizona 12-4 and 4-2. In the opener, Jessica Sheldon led a 14-hit attack by going 4-5 at the plate. Rachael Schwartz allowed just two runs and seven hits in the nightcap to earn the victory in the circle. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

PC Softball Wins Three at Arizona Western Shootout — The Bears recorded a 7-0 win over Northern Idaho, a 1-0 shutout of Palomar (CA), and a 7-2 victory over Southwestern California for a perfect day at the Arizona Western Shootout. | N. Idaho Boxscore | Palomar Boxscore | SW California Boxscore |

Bears Split 2005 Season Opener Against Eastern Arizona — PC dropped a 4-3 decision in game one, but responded with a 4-0 shutout in game two to split the 2005 season opening doubleheader against Eastern Arizona. | Game 1 Boxscore | Game 2 Boxscore |

University of Arizona Defeats PC Softball in Exhibition Doubleheader — The Bears traveled to the University of Arizona for a preseason doubleheader against the nation's #3 ranked NCAA DI program. The Wildcats defeated PC 8-0 and 4-0. The exhibition games were warmups for the Bears season opener against Eastern Arizona on February 1 at 2:00 p.m.

University of Arizona Defeats PC Softball in Exhibition Doubleheader — The Bears traveled to the University of Arizona for a preseason doubleheader against the nation's #3 ranked NCAA DI program. The Wildcats defeated PC 8-0 and 4-0. The exhibition games were warmups for the Bears season opener against Eastern Arizona on February 1 at 2:00 p.m.

PC Softball Alumni Game is a HUGE Success— The 2005 Phoenix College Alumni Softball Game was a huge success with 44 alumni and former staff personnel, 25 present players and staff plus over 80 family members in attendance. View More Photos


2004 PC Softball Winter Campers and StaffPC Softball Camp a Success — The 2004 PC Softball Winter Camp was a huge success as dozens of campers learned to play like National Champions! Click on the photo to the left to see a larger version of this photo.

Southeastern Louisiana Signs PC Pitcher — Southeastern Louisiana University has signed Rachel Schwartz to a full scholarship to join the Lions program at the start of the 2005-2006 academic year. More | Combined Announcement

PC's Mesa Signs With Top-Ranked Arizona — Phoenix College's Chelsie Mesa has signed a full scholarship to join the top-ranked University of Arizona softball program. More | Combined Announcement

2005 MCCD Women's Fast Pitch Tournament — The 2005 MCCD Tournament, sponsored by Phoenix College, will be held at the Rose Mofford Sports Complex on March 11th and 12th. Follow the link for Tournament information. (more information - PDF file)

Bears Score Doublheader Sweep of Glendale — PC topped Glendale 13-0 and 8-1 to improve to 10-4 in the Fall season as the Bears continue to prepare for defense of its National Championship.

PC's Fall Record Evens at 4-4 — Phoenix College softball saw its record fall to .500 during the Fall season with a 5-4 loss to Cypress and a 6-0 loss at Arizona State.

Bears Sweep Scottsdale CC in Fall Play — Phoenix College scored 7-0 and 14-0 shutout victories at home over Scottsdale.

PC Softball Splits Fall Season Opening Doubleheader — The Bears fell 3-2 in the opening game, but rebounded for a 3-0 shutout victory in game two.

Mesa Selected NJCAA Division 2 Tournament MVP — Freshman shortstop Chelsie Mesa earned the NJCAA Division 2 Tournament Most Valuable Player honor after her two-run homer in the deciding game gave Phoenix College the 2004 National Championship. Mesa was joined on the All-Tournament team by four of her teammates. 2004 NJCAA All-Tournament Team


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