2015-16 NEAC Tournament Champions: Penn State Berks
2015-16 NEAC Tournament MVP: Tom Grablewski, Sr., 1B, Penn State Berks
2015-16 NEAC Tournament Runner-Up:
Penn State Abington
2015-16 NEAC Championship Results: Berks 11, Abington 7 (Box Score)
2015-16 NEAC Regular Season Champions: Penn State Abington
2015-16 NEAC Player of the Year: Justin Taylor, Jr., SS, Lancaster Bible College
2015-16 NEAC Pitcher of the Year: Sean Pavlik, So., SP, Penn State Berks
2015-16 NEAC Rookie of the Year: Toby Welk, Fr., 3B, Penn State Berks
2015-16 NEAC Coach of the Year: Joe Pavlow, Penn State Abington

Year-By-Year History

2015-16:
Statistics
League Leaders
Schedule
Standings
News
All-Conference Selections
NEAC Championship Recap 
NCAA Tournament Recap - Day 1 / Day 2 / Day 3 

2014-15:
Statistics
League Leaders
Schedule
Standings
News
All-Conference Selections
NEAC Championship Recap - Day 1 / Day 2 / Day 3
NCAA Tournament Recap - Day 1 / Day 2  

2013-14:
Statistics
League Leaders
Schedule
Standings
News
All-Conference Selections
NEAC Championship Recap - Day 1 / Day 2 / Day 3 

2012-13:
Statistics
League Leaders
Schedule
Standings
News
All-Conference Selections
NEAC Championship Recap - Day 1 / Day 2 / Day 3

2011-12*:
Statistics
League Leaders
Schedule
Standings
News
All-Conference Selections
NEAC Divisional Championship Recap - Day 1 / Day 2 / Day 3
NEAC/NAC Championship Series Recap

2010-11*:
Statistics
League Leaders
Schedule
Standings
Press Release
Press Release 2
Award Winners

2009-10*:
Statistics
Schedule

Standings
Championship Info
Press Release

NEAC/NAC Championship Recap
Award Winners 

2008-09:
Statistics
Schedule
Standings
Championship Summary
Photo Album
Award Winners

2007-08:
Statistics
Schedule
Standings
Press Release
Photo Album
Award Winners

2006-07:
Statistics
Schedule
Standings
Award Winners

2005-06:
Statistics
Press Release
Award Winners

2004-05:

Schedule
Standings
Award Winners

 

*NOTE: During the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons, North Atlantic Conference (NAC) members Castleton, Colby-Sawyer, Husson, Lyndon State, Maine-Farmington, New England College and Thomas played in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) as associate members in the East Division.  The West Division consisted of NEAC members Cazenovia, Gallaudet, Keuka, Lancaster Bible, Penn State Abington, Penn State Berks, Penn State Harrisburg and SUNY Institute of Technology.  Each division held a championship and the two divisional champions then met for a three-game series to determine the conference champion. The conference champion earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championships.