Union County Conference baseball alignment for 2017 here; Also 2016 standings and UCC champs 2016-2010

Here are – what I think I figured out – the new division alignments for Union County Conference baseball for 2017:

 

2017 UNION COUNTY CONFERENCE BASEBALL

 

WATCHUNG DIVISION (6 schools):

Westfield – defending champion

Scotch Plains

Elizabeth

Cranford

Gov. Livingston

Union

 

MOUNTAIN DIVISION (5 schools):

Johnson – defending champion

Union Catholic

Linden

New Providence

Summit (moved up from Valley)

 

VALLEY DIVISION (6 schools):

Oratory Prep

Brearley

Roselle Catholic

Roselle Park

Rahway (moved up from Sky)

Dayton (moved down from Mountain)

2016 champion – Summit

 

SKY DIVISION (4 schools):

Roselle

Plainfield

St. Mary’s, Elizabeth

Hillside

2016 champion – Rahway

 

__

 

UNION COUNTY CONFERENCE
FINAL BASEBALL STANDINGS
FOR 2016 SEASON:

WATCHUNG DIVISION (6 schools):
1-Westfield (7-2) – champions
2-Scotch Plains (6-4)
3-Gov. Livingston (5-5)
4-Elizabeth (4-6)
Cranford (4-6)
6-Union (3-6)
Not played: Union at Westfield

MOUNTAIN DIVISION (5 schools):
1-Johnson (8-0) – champions
2-New Providence (5-3)
Union Catholic (5-3)
4-Dayton (1-7)
Linden (1-7)

VALLEY DIVISION (5 schools):
1-Summit (6-2) – champions
2-Oratory Prep (5-3)
3-Roselle Park (4-4)
4-Brearley (3-5)
5-Roselle Catholic (2-6)

SKY DIVISION (5 schools):
1-Rahway (8-0) – champions
2-Plainfield (6-2)
3-Roselle (4-4)
4-Hillside (2-6)
5-St. Mary’s, Elizabeth (0-8)

 

 

2016 UCC CHAMPIONS
Watchung: Westfield
Mountain: Johnson
Valley: Summit
Sky: Rahway

2015 UCC CHAMPIONS
Watchung: Gov. Livingston, Cranford
Mountain: Dayton, Johnson, Union Catholic
Valley: Roselle Park
Sky: Rahway

2014 UCC CHAMPIONS
Watchung: Westfield
Mountain: Dayton
Valley: Summit

2013 UCC CHAMPIONS
Watchung: Cranford
Mountain: Dayton
Valley: Summit

2012 UCC CHAMPIONS
Watchung: Cranford
Mountain: Dayton
Valley: New Providence

2011 UCC CHAMPIONS
Watchung: Cranford
Mountain: Union Catholic
Valley: Roselle Park

2010 UCC CHAMPIONS
Watchung: Scotch Plains
Mountain: Cranford
Valley: Dayton

Leave a Reply