Sciacca's three hits lead Villanova past La Salle

By PATRICK GORDON | Managing Editor
@Philabaseball
Tyler Sciacca collected three hits and four other players notched a pair as Villanova trumped La Salle on Saturday at Doak Field on the North Carolina State campus, 6-3. 

Sciacca finished 3-for-4 with a pair of runs scored and two RBIs. His single in the in the top of the sixth sparked a two-run inning that broke a 2-2 tie. John Cialone chipped in a pair of runs in the winning effort via a walk and two hits.

Josh Harris tossed six strong innings, striking out seven while surrendering two runs on a walk and seven hits for the win.

Dan Klem, Ryan Welling and Kevin Baron each finished with a pair of hits for La Salle. 

The Explorers were no-hit earlier in the day, falling to North Carolina State 5-0.

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- Patrick Gordon is the editor of the Philadelphia Baseball Review. Contact him at pgordon@philadelphiabaseballreview.com or @Philabaseball on Twitter.

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