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Montgomery-Rockville wins first national title
November 14th, 2011 4:14AM

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[NJCAA DIVISION III] Montgomery College-Rockville of Maryland won its first NJCAA Division III women’s championship with a 4-0 shutout victory over Monroe College (N.Y.) in Sunday's final in Dryden, N.Y.

Tournament MVP Sonia Basma led the Knights with two goals and assisted on the first goal by Heidi Alfaro. The fourth goal was scored by Tamara Castillo.

Besides Basma, individual awards went to Knights' Anna Bolanos (Offensive MVP)
and Tina Ramirez (Defensive MVP).

Earlier in the tournament, the Knights defeated Jamestown CC-Cattaragaus (N.Y.), 3-1, and Rochester CTC (Minn.), 2-1.

All-Tournament Team
Barbara Monsky, Montgomery-Rockville
Zulia Menjivar, Montgomery-Rockville
Tiffany Wilson, Montgomery-Rockville
Mikaela Howell, Monroe
Happy Orere-Amadu, Monroe
Djegnale Dioubate, Monroe
Rachel Marino, Ocean
Taylor Mize, Ocean
Kelsey Every, Rochester
Taige Thoreson, Rochester
Emma Ylias, Jamestown-Cattaraugus
Hannah Dalle, Finger Lakes



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