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baseballPITMAN—After capturing the 2008 NJAC Championship and advancing to the NCAA Division III National Championship Series, Kean University has been selected as the 2009 preseason baseball favorite in the New Jersey Athletic Conference.

Kean was selected to finish first on six-of-the-ten ballots cast by the league’s head coaches. The Cougars return three all-conference players from their NJAC championship squad including junior right-handed pitcher Joe Bartlinski (South Amboy), junior second baseman Mike Moceri (Yardville/Hamilton East), and the 2008 NJAC Fireman of the Year in senior right-handed pitcher Brandon Aich (Sayreville). Other local players include junior outfielder Mike Nolan (Linden/Roselle Catholic) and senior pitcher Pedro Rivera (Elizabeth/Union Catholic)

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Felice Trinh

Felice Trinh

EWING—Felice Trinh, a graduate of Linden High School, was honored as the 2008 NJAC Women’s Tennis Rookie of the Year. 

 

Trihn, teamed at second doubles with junior Stefanie Haar to go 5-0 in dual matches in her freshman year at The College of New Jersey. Trihn went 9-1 overall this fall in singles action and was 10-2 overall in doubles action.

Trinh was also named to the NJAC All-Star First Team in singles. On the fall, the Lions won the 2008 New Jersey Athletic Conference Championship after going 5-0 in dual action. The Lions have now won 126 straight NJAC matches and have never lost a conference match since women’s tennis was introduced as a league sport in the fall of 1982. With the 2008 victory, the Lions wrapped their 26th consecutive NJAC women’s tennis championship.

 

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