Philadelphia College Baseball Postseason Tournament Tracker

Philadelphia College Baseball Postseason Tracker
With the college baseball season winding down several conference tournaments are set to open this weekend, and the Philadelphia Baseball Review has it covered. We'll update this page with schedule changes, advancements, scores, and links to game stories. We'll also add additional conference tournaments once their respective regular seasons come to a close.

Division II - Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference
May 4, 2 PM: Jefferson at Post
May 4, 7 PM: Chestnut Hill at Dominican

Division III - Centennial Conference
Schedule
May 4, 9 AM: Haverford vs. Muhlenberg

Recaps
Franklin & Marshall 2, Haverford 0 (Centennial): Luke Duris did his part for the Fords, tossing six quality innings while surrendering just two runs on three hits. However, Diplomats hurler Jonathan Cole was just a bit better, hurling eight scoreless innings in the win. The Fords worked five walks in the contest but left 12 men on base. Haverford will face Muhlenberg on Saturday in an elimination game.

Division III - Atlantic East Conference
Double elimination pods
Pod 1
May 3, 9 AM: Cabrini vs. Wesley
May 3, 12:30 PM: Immaculata vs. Wesley
May 3, 4 PM: Cabrini vs. Immaculata

Pod 2
May 3, 9 AM: Gwynedd Mercy vs. Neumann
May 3, 12:30 PM: Marymount vs. Neumann
May 3, 4 PM: Gwynedd Mercy vs. Marymount

Division III - MAC Commonwealth Conference
Schedule
May 3, 11 AM: Widener vs. Alvernia
May 3, 3 PM: Arcadia vs. Hood

Recaps
Widener 11, Hood 3 (MAC Commonwealth): Things didn't start out so well for Widener on Thursday, surrendering three runs in the opening frame. However, the offense exploded over the final four innings for 11 unanswered runs en route to an upset win. Brandon Reis and Stephen DeBellis each collected three RBIs for the Pride. Nick D'Alessandro and Greg Elfreth each picked up three hits. The Pride will face Alvernia on Friday morning.

Alvernia 10, Arcadia 1 (MAC Commonwealth):  Jere,y Sabathne surrendered 11 hits and seven runs over just four innings as the Knights dropped their first game in the tournament. The offense collected 11 hits on the day, but left 11 men on base and failed to capitalize on several chances. The Knights will face top-seeded Hood in an elimination game on Friday.
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BY PATRICK GORDON
Managing Editor
pgordon@philadelphiabaseballreview.com

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