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Tyler sweeps men's and women's titles
November 23rd, 2009 8:30AM

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[NJCAA DIVISION I] Tyler Junior College's men's and women's teams captured their first NJCAA Division I national championships on Sunday.

In the men's final at Mercer County Community College, Tyler defeated Georgia Perimeter 5-3 in a shootout after two overtimes yielded nothing but a 0-0 tie.

Playing at home, the Lady Apaches downed Johnson County 3-0 to end the season with a 19-0-1 record.

NJCAA Men's Division I All-Tournament Team
Larry Mason, Defense; Barton County
Marco Ortiz, Goalkeeper; Essex County
Tommy Catania, Defense; Iowa Central
Josh Mulvany, Midfield; Louisburg
Gabriel Okito, Midfield; Yavapai
Bim Ogunyemi, Midfield; Schoolcraft
Ognen Stemenkovic, Defense; Schoolcraft
Dom Dwyer, Forward; Tyler
Juan Robles, Goalkeeper; Tyler
Shaunovan Wilson, Defense; Tyler
Rury Alvarez, Stricker; Georgia
Jason Andrew, Goalkeeper; Georgia
Tournament MVP: Shaunovan Wilson, Tyler
Coach of the Tournament: Steve Clements, Tyler
Sportsmanship Award: Yavapai



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