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2001 Sports In The Garden State™ All State Division III Softball Team

Kim Hogan

Diane Naugle

Ali Ackerman

Megan Johnston

Sue Sobolewski

Melissa Soroka


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Roxbury, NJ

Montville, NJ

Morris Plains, NJ

Sewell, NJ

Collingswood, NJ

Newton, NJ (Pope John)

First Team

P Kristen Hogan Sr. Susquehanna Succasunna, NJ (Roxbury)
P Megan Johnston Jr. Cabrini Cherry Hill, NJ (Bishop Eustace Prep)
P Diane Naugle Sr. William Paterson Montville, NJ
P Julie Undercuffler So. Rowan Mullica Hill, NJ
C Alli Ackerman So. Susquehanna Morris Plains, NJ (Parsippany Hills)
C Morgan Dunlap So. William Paterson Wharton, NJ (Jefferson)
IF Jen Barletta Sr. New Jersey City University Edison, NJ
IF Lara Boseski Sr. Fairleigh Dickinson/Madison Clifton, NJ
IF Kim Caruso Sr. Montclair State North Brunswick, NJ
IF Kristen Coyne Sr. The College of New Jersey Edison, NJ
IF Melissa Geoghan So. Rowan Edison, NJ
IF Jen Kearney Jr. Bethany (WV) Mount Holly, NJ (Rancocas Valley)
IF Melissa Soroka Fr. Moravian Newton, NJ (Pope John)
IF Jennifer Tinker Sr. Drew Metuchen, NJ
OF Courtney Heller Jr. William Paterson Sewell, NJ
OF Lauren Hertzberg Jr. William Paterson Kinnelon, NJ
OF Alexandra Lamont Sr. Montclair State Hawthorne, NJ
OF Kelly Rose So. Rowan Marlton, NJ
OF Sue Sobolewski Jr. Ursinus Collingswood, NJ. (Collingswood)
OF Rebecca Toth Fr. Muhlenburg Pittstown, NJ (North Hunterdon)
DP Jamie Dautel Fr. Cabrini Sewell, NJ (Washington Township)

Second Team

P Jamie Anzaldi Fr. Ramapo Clifton, NJ
P Sarah O'Malley Fr. Rutgers/Camden Westmont, NJ
P Mandy Schenck Jr. The College of New Jersey Edison, NJ
P Donna Weiner Fr. Moravian Hanover, NJ (Hanover Park)
C Jennifer Kichula So. The College of New Jersey Hightstown, NJ
C Kristy Suriano Sr. Immaculata Edison, NJ.
IF Diana Auteri Fr. Montclair State Lyndhurst, NJ
IF Janet Both Sr. DeSales (Allentown) Pequannock, NJ
IF Tonya Galiszewski So. Montclair State Rahway, NJ
IF Shannon Ireland Fr. Rutgers/Camden Absecond, NJ (Absegami)
IF Kelly James Sr. Fairleigh Dickinson/Madison Hope, NJ (Pope John)
IF Kelly Loyer So. Gwynedd-Mercy Ewing, NJ
IF Jackie Maser Fr. Muhlenberg Medford, NJ (Shawnee)
IF Lisa Pepe Sr. Arcadia (Beaver) Voorhees, NJ (Eastern)
OF Jill Connolly Sr. Misericordia Whiting, NJ (Manchester Township)
OF Nicole Hewitt Jr. Rowan Marlton, NJ
OF Stephanie Romanko So. Montclair State North Brunswick, NJ
OF Brooke Shreaves So. Wilkes Absecon, NJ (Absegami)
OF Lesly Snock Jr. Rowan Audubon, NJ
OF Marcy Szebenyi Sr. Kean Old Bridge, NJ
DP Sue Campbell Sr. Rowan Colonia, NJ

Honorable Mention

P Vickie Prevete Jr. The College of New Jersey East Brunswick, NJ
P Crystal Sweeney Fr. Montclair State Edison, NJ
C Nicole Melasippo Jr. Richard Stockton Colonia, NJ
IF Kim Aleksandrich So. New Jersey City University Carteret, NJ
IF Amanda Bremer So. Rutgers/Newark South Plainfield
IF Lillian Hine Fr. Fairleigh Dickinson/Madison Livingston, NJ (Livingston)
IF Gail Reich Fr. Skidmore Parsippany, NJ (Parsippany)
IF Anabel Rodriguez Fr. New Jersey City University Belleville, NJ
OF Lauren Cramer Fr. Western Maryland Barrington, NJ (Haddon Heights)
OF Miranda Dautel Fr. Cabrini Sewell, NJ (Washington Township)
OF Nicole Hewitt Jr. Rowan Marlton, NJ
OF Stephanie Mastropaolo So. Gettysburg Rutherford, NJ (Rutherford)
OF Stephanie Romanko So. Montclair State North Brunswick, NJ
OF Nicole Sarno Fr. Muhlenberg East Amwell, NJ (Hunterdon Central)
OF Brooke Shreaves So. Wilkes Absecon, NJ (Absegami)
OF Lesly Snock Jr. Rowan Audubon, NJ
OF Marcy Szebenyi Sr. Kean Old Bridge, NJ
DP Tara Hrivnak Gr. Rutgers/Camden Cherry Hill, NJ

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Clifton/St. Mary's

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Clifton's Dickinson doubles as NEC Player and Pitcher of the Week

Clifton's Lauren Dickinson accomplished an unusual double last week as she dominated the Northeast Conference awards, earning not only Player of the Week honors but also Pitcher of the Week accolades in women's softball.
Dickinson, a graduate of St. Mary's/Rutherford, took home NEC Player of the Week honors after batting .550 as she hit safely eight times in 15 official at bats, legging out a trio of doubles, scoring five times and knocking in three runs. She combined to go 4 for 8 against Quinnipiac, scoring the game-winning run in the opening game and delivering the game-winning RBI in the nightcap.
In a sweep of a doubleheader against Central Connecticut State, Dickinson went 2 for 3 with a double and walk while scoring twice in the first game. In the nightcap, the former Gael standout was 2 for 4 with a pair of two-baggers, knocking in two runs and scoring once.
Dickinson was named the NEC Pitcher of the Week for the second consecutive week as she went 4-0 on the mound, fanning 38 and posting a 0.54 ERA. She went the route in both games of the sweep over Quinnipiac on Saturday, tossing a two-hit shutout with 14 strikeouts in a 5-0 win in the opener. In the second game, she again scattered a pair of hits, whiffing 10 in a 10-2 victory.
On Sunday, she was in complete control, firing a four-hit shutout on the opening 5-0 win as she struck out 11. In the second game, Dickinson hurled another four-hit shutout in a 4-0 victory, whiffing three.
For the week over 26 innings, she allowed only two earned runs and issued a mere two walks. For the season, she tops the NEC in wins (16), strikeouts (197) and innings pitched (165).
One of only three Lady Colonials to start all 37 games as Robert Morris is off to a 23-14 overall start, Dickinson is batting .369, having connected for a team-high 41 hits in 111 official plate appearances. She is tied for the team-lead in homers with six, is tops in doubles with 11 and RBIs with 21 while posting a sparkling slugging percentage of .631.
"Lauren has been improving every year, and this season she is one of the top pitchers in the Northeastern United States," said head coach Craig Coleman, "She has not only improved on some of her pitches, she has also gotten smarter on the mound. She has upgrade her consistency at the plate as well."
On Saturday (April 28) Dickinson returns to the Garden State when the Lady Colonials travel to Teaneck to play a doubleheader at Fairleigh Dickinson University in a NEC doubleheader.








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