Hagerstown's journey to the Zone opened by winning the sectional in Chambersburg, Pa., followed by capturing the West Division/East Regional in Boardman, Ohio.
"We went undefeated in Boardman," Berger said. "We split with Chambersburg in the sectionals but we beat them twice in Boardman on the way to the championship."
Two teams from the sectional advanced to the West Division/East Regional.
Berger said he thinks this year's Hagerstown team has a good chance to reach the World Series.
"We have a solid pitching staff and some quality hitters," Berger said. "We also have guys who can play other positions when not pitching. That is a big plus."
Right-hander Aaron Stoner heads the pitching staff and is joined by Dylan Ianaro, Jake Bachtell, Luke Toms, Ryan Robinson, Seth Hall, Austin Yost and Brandon Hess. Stoner has a 2.48 earned run average and 29 strikeouts in tournament play.
"Stoner has three wins in the tournament and has been outstanding," Berger said. "Toms has two wins and Ianaro has three saves."
Third baseman Drew DeShong leads Hagerstown's offense with a .611 tournament batting average and 15 RBIs.
Other offensive weapons include: Stoner (.472, five home runs and 16 RBIs), second baseman Chris Kiley (.440), outfielder Zach Schrieber (.423), Bachtell (.406, two home runs and 11 RBIs) and Yost (.342 and 11 RBIs).
The remainder of the squad includes catchers Aaron Dinterman and Ryan Butts and outfielder Brock Heiston.
Joining Berger on the Hagerstown coaching staff are Mark Allen as coach and Mike Kiley as the business manager.