Sean Phelan scored the winning run for Penn on Sunday
A Sean Phelan double to left to open the eighth inning coupled with a Brendan Bean fielders-choice pushed Penn past Brown in the weekend series finale on Sunday afternoon in Providence, RI., 9-8.

The Quakers offense erupted for 16 hits on the afternoon.

Brown scored all of their eight runs in the opening frame, making the Quakers come back all that more impressive.

Phelan finished the afternoon 3-for-4 with three runs scored. Matt O'Neill and Matt McGeagh each finished the contest with three hits and three RBI apiece.

George Washington 8, La Salle 2
The Explorers surrendered five runs in the third frame and never bounced back.

Dylan Evans and Austin Constantini each collected a pair of hits in the losing effort. Ben Faso finished 1-for-4 with a run scored.

Constantini struggled on the mound, lasting just three innings while surrendering six runs on seven hits. He did, however, collect five strikeouts.

NJIT 3, Villanova 2 (Game 1)
Even at 2-2 entering the ninth, a passed ball and a throwing error allowed NJIT to plate the winning run.

Pat O'Neill finished the contest with two hits and a walk.

Ryan Doty looked masterful, tossing eight strong innings surrendering two earned runs on five hits. He struck out nine and walked only two.

NJIT 1, Villanova 0 (Game 2)
Originally meant to be a seven-inning affair, the Wildcats again succumbed at the last possible moment - this time in the eighth with the winning run coming across the plate on a wild pitch.

Jimmy Kingsbury hurled seven innings, allowing one run on five hits.

Pat O'Neill collected another two hits in the contest, finishing the day with four.

Saint Louis 10, Saint Joseph's 0
The Billikens jumped on the board with two in the first and never looked back, securing a series sweep of the Hawks.

Matt Maul doubled in the losing effort.

Justin Aungst tossed just three innings in the affair, allowing five runs on five hits. He dealt with control issues too, walking four.
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