Softball All-Divisions

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Softball All-Divisions


NJIC COLONIAL DIVISION A

FIRST TEAM

P: Linzi Reginald, Lodi

P: Julie Sosnicki, Rutherford

P: Robyn Abaunza, Pascack Hills

C: Giuliana Parisi, Pascack Hills

C: Samantha Miller, Pascack Hills

1B: Kat Calabrese, Rutherford

2B: Stephanie Netelkos, Rutherford

SS: Bri Musco, Pascack Hills

3B: Erica Aborlleile, Pascack Hills

OF: Stephanie San Juan, Garfield

OF: Ally Paskas, Rutherford

OF: Erika Nathanson, Glen Rock

UT: Jessica Bell, Glen Rock

UT: Devin Kehoe, Rutherford

UT: Nicole Johannemann, Lodi

SECOND TEAM

P: Desiree Balistrieri, Elmwood Park

P: Morgan Foley, Glen Rock

P: Sara Kittaneh, Garfield

C: Carly Benjamin, Glen Rock

C: Mykal Solis, Lodi

1B: Krystina Rypkema, Glen Rock

2B: Paula Mancinelli, Pascack Hills

SS: Sophie Lederer, Glen Rock

3B: Alexa Aramburu, Glen Rock

OF: Marisa Petagno, Glen Rock

OF: Milana Gilaga, Elmwood Park

OF: Kaitlyn Listro, Pascack Hills

OF: Lindsay Marella, Pascack Hills

UT: Gina Viggiano, Rutherford

UT: Catherine Reginald, Lodi

UT: Danielle Keegan, Elmwood Park

HONORABLE MENTION

Brittany Matsko, Elmwood Park, Erin Sattelberger, Garfield, Haley Small, Glen Rock, Danielle Santana, Lodi, Allison Irwin, Pascack Hills, Amanda Pendleton, Rutherford.

NJIC COLONIAL DIVISION B

FIRST TEAM

P: Ashley Manger, Eastern Christian

P: Caroline Medino, Pompton Lakes

P: Allison Speranza, Hawthorne

C: Danielle Regina, Pompton Lakes

C: Renee Buchanan, Hawthorne

1B: Jenna Struyk, Eastern Christian

2B: Nicole Papadopoulos, Pompton Lakes

SS: Carly Veenstra, Eastern Christian

3B: Jolie Wolyneic, Eastern Christian

OF: Hayley Dougan, Hawthorne

OF: Jennifer Pezzuti, Pompton Lakes

OF: Gabi Revis, Pompton Lakes

UT: Aliyah Herbert, Mary Help

UT: Molly Siss, Hawthorne

UT: Raven Vargas, Manchester

SECOND TEAM

P: Sarah Butera, Manchester

P: Megan Matthews, Hawthorne

C: Sharlene Perez, Mary Help

C: Julie VanBuiten, Eastern Christian

1B: Amy Cahill, Pompton Lakes

2B: Bethany Kuiken, Eastern Christian

SS: Katie Cocilovo, Pompton Lakes

3B: Jenna Doller, Hawthorne

OF: Kayla VanLenten, Eastern Christian

OF: Kelly Sietsma, Eastern Christian

OF: Mallory Noordeloos, Hawthorne

UT: Erica Mastrolia, Manchester

UT: Emily Schaper, Pompton Lakes

UT: Danielle Jones, Mary Help

UT: Tara Kleinmanns, Eastern Christian

HONORABLE MENTION

Becky Wiegers, Eastern Christian, Chelsea Otte, Hawthorne, Jackie Santiago, Manchester, Rebecca Dumeng, Mary Help, Brianna Thompson, Pompton Lakes.

NJIC MEADOWLANDS A

FIRST TEAM

P: Danielle Roesing, Secaucus

P: Casey Zdanek, Lyndhurst

P: Brielle Felton, Becton

C: Julie Schneidenbach, Lyndhurst

C: Jessie Koerner, Secaucus

1B: Alyssa Pipon, Lyndhurst

IF: Shannon Mattern, Harrison

IF: Julie McClure, Secaucus

IF: Grace Tomko, Lyndhurst

IF: Chelsea Antoniotti, Becton

OF: Lauren Guillen, Secaucus

OF: Dina Ingenito, Lyndhurst

OF: Julianna Squeo, Becton

OF: Nicole Barratta, Lyndhurst

UT: Katie Rouski, North Arlington

UT: Lauren Muszynski, Becton

SECOND TEAM

P: Gabby Lombarrdozzi, Queen of Peace

P: Fiona Slattery, Harrison

P: Tanna Avella, North Arlington

C: Lexi Hidrovo, Harrison

C: Ashley Brown, Becton

1B: Ariana Simon, Secaucus

IF: Sara Alfano, North Arlington

IF: Brianna O'Donnell, Harrison

IF: Jennifer Tellefsen, Lyndhurst

IF: Christina Meyers, North Arlington

OF: Nicole Cunha, Harrison

OF: Amanda Beckmeyer, Secaucus

OF: Bianca Fata, Lyndhurst

OF: Brittany Gerena, Becton

HONORABLE MENTION

Jenna DiTommaso, Lyndhurst; Nikki Samartino, Queen of Peace; Devyn Brannick, Becton; Danielle Mitchell, Secaucus; Bianca Martinez, Harrison; Taylor Barth, North Arlington

NJIC MEADOWLANDS B

FIRST TEAM

P: Kelly Hage, Immaculate Conception

P: Alexia Russo, Saddle Brook

P: Julia Sheridan, Hasbrouck Heights

C: Melissa Phelan, Saddle Brook

C: Caitlyn Llewellyn, St. …

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