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Tyler claims second straight Division I title
November 22nd, 2010 4:12AM

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[NJCAA MEN] Tyler Junior College won its second straight NJCAA Division I men's championship in emphatic fashion with a 5-1 victory over Cincinnati State Tech at home on Sunday.

Dom Dwyer scored twice to give hi four goals in the tournament and earn MVP honors.

Martin Seiler, Jack Bennett and Kyle Nicholls also scored for Apaches, who finish the season with a 20-0-1 record.

All Tournament Team
Andre Grandt - Tyler
Kyle Nicholls - Tyler
Brenton Griffiths - Tyler
Cody Clark - Cincinnati State
Grant Kercher - Cincinnati State
Zak Moss - Cincinnati State
Anthony Asante - Monroe
Alpha Dioubate - Monroe
Ahmad Bah - Barton County
Kevin Ellis - Barton County
Edwin Moalosi - Lincoln
Mynor Perez - Darton



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