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Tyler earns third national title in four years
November 19th, 2012 4:01AM

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[NJCAA DIVISION I TOURNAMENT] Joseph Pratt scored in overtime to giveTyler Junior College a 1-0 victory over Louisburg College in the title game of the NJCAA Division I Men’s Tournament for its third national championship in four years.

The Apaches allowed no shots to shut down a Louisburg attack that had scored 12 goals in the tournament.

They won the game when Pratt scored on a cross from Wayne Hall.

Tournament MVP
Casey Osborne - Tyler

Coach of the Tournament
Steve Clements - Tyler

All-Tournament Team
Mitch Jensen - Western Wyoming
Seamus Sharkey - Monroe
Gianluca Cuomo - Monroe
Troy Tucker - Darton State
Andrew Palumbo - Darton State
Adrian Gonzales - Louisburg
Nathan Trout - Tyler
Amara Souman - Illinois Central
Jacques Francois - Louisburg
Casey Osborne - Tyler
Chris McGaughey - Tyler
Brad Vorv - Louisburg

Sportsmanship Award
Darton State College



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