Mid-Atlantic Region (Little League World Series)


Mid-Atlantic Region (Little League World Series)

The Mid-Atlantic Region's participation in the Little League World Series dates back to 1957, when it was known as the East Region. However, when the LLWS doubled in size from 8 to 16 teams in 2001, with the number of US teams expanding from 4 to 8, the East Region was split into the New England and Mid-Atlantic Regions.

The Mid-Atlantic Region consists of Washington, D.C. and five Mid-Atlantic states:

Two other states, Virginia and West Virginia, are included in some definitions of the Mid-Atlantic region, but for purposes of the Little League World Series are included in the Southeast region.

Contents

Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship

The list below lists each state's participant in the Mid-Atlantic Little League Region Tournament. That year's winner is indicated in green.

Year Delaware Maryland New Jersey New York Pennsylvania Washington, D.C.
2001 Midway LL
Wilmington
Easton LL
Easton
Randolph West LL
Randolph
Rolando Paulino LL
Bronx[1]
State College American LL
State College
Capitol City LL
2002 Lower Sussex LL
Frankford
South Caroline LL
Preston
Nottingham LL
Hamilton Square
Harlem LL
Manhattan
Lehigh LL
Bethlehem
Capitol City LL
2003 Naamans LL
Wilmington
West Salisbury LL
Salisbury
Freehold Township American LL
Freehold
Ramapo LL
Ramapo
Lower Perkiomen LL
Collegeville
Capitol City LL
2004 Capitol LL
Wilmington
South Caroline LL
Preston
HTRBA LL
Hamilton
Colonie LL
Colonie
Deep Run Valley LL
Hilltown
Capitol City LL
2005 Canal LL
Bear
Thurmont LL
Thurmont
Toms River American LL
Toms River
Merrick-North Merrick LL
Merrick
Council Rock Newtown LL
Newtown
No tournament[2]
2006 Naamans LL
Wilmington
South Caroline LL
Preston
Livingston American LL
Livingston
Mid-Island LL
Staten Island
Butler Township LL
Butler Township[disambiguation needed ]
Capitol City LL
2007 M.O.T. LL
Middletown
West Salisbury LL
Salisbury
Randolph East LL
Randolph
Maine-Endwell LL
Endwell
Council Rock
Northampton LL
Northampton Township
Capitol City LL
2008 M.O.T. LL
Middletown
Hagerstown Federal LL
Hagerstown
Bordentown LL
Bordentown
Haverstraw LL
Haverstraw
Devon Strafford LL
Devon
Capitol City LL
2009 M.O.T. LL
Middletown
Conococheague LL
Williamsport
Somerset Hills LL
Bernardsville
South Shore National LL
Staten Island
Moon Township LL
Moon Township
Northwest
Washington LL
2010 Brandywine LL
Wilmington
Railroaders LL
Brunswick
Toms River National LL
Toms River
Stony Point LL
Stony Point
Council Rock Newtown LL
Newtown
Capitol City LL
2011 Newark
National LL
Newark
Conocoheague LL
Williamsport
Paramus LL
Paramus
Great Kills
American LL
Staten Island
Keystone LL
Beech Creek
Northwest
Washington LL

LLWS results

Year Champion City LLWS Record
2001 American LL* Pennsylvania State College
2002 Harlem LL New York Manhattan US Semifinal 2–2
2003 Naamans LL Delaware Willmington Group Stage 1–2
2004 South Caroline LL Maryland Preston US Semifinal 1–3
2005 Council Rock LL Pennsylvania Newtown Group Stage 1–2
2006 Mid-Island LL New York Staten Island Group Stage 0–3
2007 West Salisbury LL Maryland Salisbury Group Stage 0–2
2008 Hagerstown Federal LL Maryland Hagerstown Group Stage 2–1
2009 South Shore LL New York Staten Island US Semifinal 2–2
2010 Toms River National LL New Jersey Toms River Group Stage 1–2
2011 Keystone LL Pennsylvania Beech Creek US Semifinal 3–2
  • American Little League of State College, Pennsylvania was retroactively given the Mid-Atlantic region title when a team from Bronx, New York was found to have fielded an ineligible player.

Results by state

Country Mid-Atlantic
Championships
Record
in LLWS
PCT
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 3 4–4 .500
New York New York 3 4–7 .364
Maryland Maryland 3 3–6 .333
Delaware Delaware 1 1–2 .333
New Jersey New Jersey 1 1–2 .333
Washington, D.C. Washington D.C. 0 0–0
Total 11 13–21 .382

See also

  • East Region (Little League World Series)
  • New England in the Little League World Series

References

  1. ^ The Rolando Paulino LL was forced to forfeit all its wins in the tournament (as well as in the 2001 Little League World Series) due to the Danny Almonte controversy.
  2. ^ Due to a clerical error by the city's Department of Parks and Recreation, Little League International did not allow Washington, DC to have a state tournament, nor an entrant into the regional tournament.

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