Sullivan’s Keron Briggs was selected as the Mid-Hudson Conference Most Valuable Player of the 2013-2014 Men’s Basketball season. Briggs led the Generals to a 22-6 record and the second-seed in the recently concluded NJCAA Region XV DIII Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Selected to the All-Conference First Team are Keith Thomas (Westchester), Jason Quijada (Rockland), Giovanni McLean (Westchester), Gerald McClease (Sullivan) and Kahreign Joseph (Rockland).
Selected to the All-Conference Second Team are Anthony Bailey (Orange), Joel Angus Jr. (Westchester), Mohamed Dansoko (Sullivan), Dionte Moore (Ulster) and David Haye (Rockland).
Sullivan’s Regina Steele was voted as the Mid-Hudson Conference Most Valuable Player of the 2013-2014 Women’s Basketball season. The sophomore center led the Lady Generals to a 7-0 conference record and 22-03 overall.
Selected to the All-Conference First Team are Taylor Briggs (Orange), Amanda Smith (Westchester), Tanisha Coleman (Dutchess), Erika Richards (Rockland) and Allison Haugh (Rockland)
Selected to the All-Conference Second Team are Michelle Burke (Orange), Mardelle Jean (Orange), Briana Rhett (Sullivan), Kerneisha Williams (Westchester) and Grace Geist (Sullivan).
The Vikings survived several fouls at the end to upset Harcum 77-73 and win their 14th NJCAA Region XV Championship in the Region XV Championships at Suffolk CC. The Vikings will now play Baltimore City Community College for the District Championship and an invite to the NJCAA National Championships in Hutchinson Kansas. The Vikes had lost twice to Harcum during the regular season. For more information, contact Westchester Athletics at Walter.Hauck@sunywcc.edu
- Walter Hauck
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (OVERALL 10-16, REGION XV 9-11, CONFERENCE 2-6) Tuesday February 25 The Viking’s season came to an end at St Thomas Aquinas College with a 79-61 loss to #3 seed Rockland in the first round of the Region XV Tournament.
NJCAA REGION XV CHAMPIONS
MEN’S BASKETBALL (RECORD 27-4, REGION 5-3, CONFERENCE 10-0…..SUNDAY MARCH 2 The Vikings survived several fouls at the end to upset Harcum 77-73 and win their 14th NJCAA Region XV Championship in the Region XV Championships at Suffolk CC. The Vikings will now play Baltimore City Community College for the District Championship and an invite to the NJCAA National Championships in Hutchinson Kansas. The Vikes had lost twice to Harcum during the regular season.SATURDAY MARCH 1 The #2 seeded Vikings defeated Monroe College 69-62 in the Semi-finals of the Region XV Championship at Suffolk Community College WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 Keith Thomas (Yorktown HS) scored 16 points as the Vikings beat ASA 71-66 to take a major step toward securing second place in Region XV……… THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 In a rematch from last night the Vikings finished their regular season with a 74-54 win over ASA and grabbed the number two seed in the Region XV Tournament……. The Vikings were seeded 2nd in the Region XV Tournament and will play Monroe in the first round at Suffolk Saturday morning.
BOWLING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28 AND MARCH 1 The Vikings finished in 13th place in the NJCAA National Championships AT AMF Thruway Lanes in Buffalo. Jay Rivera (Stamford HS) finished 5th in Singles with a 210, 225 and 177. The Vikings were lead by Frank Mele (Hendrick Hudson HS) who averaged 177 and finished 31st in All Events.
BASEBALL (OVERALL 0-2, REGION 0-0, CONFERENCE 0-0) SUNDAY MARCH 2 The Vikings opened the season dropping a twinbill at Cumberland College 5-2 and 4-3.
Games Of The Week
- March 6 – Baseball vs. Union, Silver Lake Park, 3:30 pm
- March 8 – Men’s Basketball vs. Baltimore City Community College, NJCAA District Championship
- March 8 – Baseball vs. BMCC, Silver Lake Park, 12:00 pm
- March 9 – Baseball vs. Globe, Silver Lake Park, 12:00 pm
- Walter Hauck
A couple of Conference Teams and Players are on top of NJCAA Region XV Statistics.
In Women’s Basketball, Sullivan leads Division III in Scoring averaging 70.6 ppg and Field Goal Percentage and second in Defensive category. Rockland is second in Scoring in the same division and third in Free Throw Percentage. Orange tops Division II in Free Throw Percentage.
In individual categories, Orange’s Taylor Briggs and Michelle Burke tops DII in Scoring with 16.9 and 15.4 respectively. Briggs also leads DII in Rebounds and is second in Field Goal Percentage. Burke leads DII in Three Point Shooting and Free Throw Shooting.
In DIII Scoring, Regina Steele of Sullivan is second while Rockland’s Erika Richards is fifth. Steele tops Field Goal Percentage while Dutchess’ Tanisha Coleman is fifth. Rockland’s Richards tops DIII in Free Throw Percentage while teammate Allison Haugh is fifth.
Sullivan’s Steele tops DIII in Rebounds while teammate Jasley Mejia is second in Assists. Rockland’s Haugh and Sullivan’s Briana Rhett are third and fifth in the same category.
In Men’s Basketball, Westchester leads Division I in Defensive Category limiting opponents to 57.9 pp while Rockland tops Division III in Offensive Category averaging 88 points per game. Rockland also leads DIII in Free Throw Percentage making 74% of their free throws. Sullivan is second in Division III in Offensive scoring and Free Throw Percentage.
In individual categories, Rockland’s David Haye and Kahreign Joseph leads DIII in scoring with 24.1 and 23.7 ppg. Sullivan’s Keron Briggs is third while Rockland’s Jason Quijada is fifth. Quijada leads DII in Free Throw Percentage making 83% from the stripe while Briggs is fifth. Briggs leads the league in Three Point Shooting while Joseph and Quijada are third and fourth respectively.
Rockland’s Joseph is second in Rebounding while Sullivan’s Mohamed Donsoko is fourth in Field Goal Percentage making 54% of his shots. Ulster’s Anthonie Owen leads DIII in Assist dishing out 8.5 assists per game.