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Herkimer County claims ninth championship
November 12th, 2012 5:58PM
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[NJCAA DIVISION III] Herkimer County Community College defeated Montgomery College, 1-0, on Craig McCabe's overtime goal to successfully defend its NJCAA Division III men's national championship. The title was the Generals' ninth since the creation of Division III in 1994.

McCabe scored on a rebound off a shot by Michael Pope to claim the title for the Generals, who did not allow a goal at the national tournament.

The Generals (20-2-0) beat Brookdale CC, 1-0, and Bunker Hill, 3-0, to advance to the final.

Tournament MVP
Craig McCabe - Herkimer County

Coach of the Tournament

Pepe Aragon - Herkimer County

All-Tournament Team
Kevin Andino - Montgomery
Bradley Bennett - Brookdale
Saamir Diarra - Montgomery
Tristan Henry - Herkimer County
Pete McAvoy - Herkimer County
Darren McCormick - Suffolk County
Brandon McKay - Montgomery
Victor Pinal - Richland
Gewargis Samuel - Triton
Korab Syla - Herkimer County
Ben Vergara - Ocean County
Jordan Wright - Bunker Hill



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