Philadelphia Baseball Review College Baseball Digest for February 17th

Philadelphia college baseball scores

GAMES OF FEBRUARY 17, 2019

La Salle 5, Charleston Southern 4: Freshman Nick O'Day drove in two runs with a homer and a double while seniors Ben Faso and Kevin McGowan chipped in with two hits each. Freshman Quentin Brown also drove in a pair. Senior Mike Anthony picked up the win, tossing 3 2/3 innings in relief while surrendering one unearned run.

George Mason 12, Villanova 5: Freshman Dylan McNary collected four singles for the Wildcats and accounted for four of Villanova's five runs on the afternoon. Freshman Nick Lorusso drove in a pair and finished 3-for-4 in the losing effort. Freshman Gordon Graceffo surrendered five runs - two earned - over four innings in his collegiate debut. He walked three.

VMI 9, Saint Joseph's 4: Junior James McConnon collected two hits and drove in a pair for the Hawks. Freshman Andrew Cossetti finished 2-for-4 with an RBI. Junior Jordan DiValerio surrendered five runs - two earned - over 4 2/3 innings. He struck out seven.

Widener 6, Marymount 3: Senior Stephen DeBellis finished with two hits, including a homer, and scored two runs for the Pride. Senior Dylan Morrissette chipped in with two RBIs. Junior Dylan Peiffer surrendered three runs over five innings to secure the victory.

Marymount 2, Widener 1: Senior Brennan Taylor committed a throwing error in the final frame, allowing the winning run to cross the plate. Senior Dylan Morrissette accounted for the Pride offense, blasting a solo shot in the fourth. Senior Bryson Turner tossed five innings for the Pride, surrendering one run on four hits.

SUNY-Brockport 8, Gwynedd Mercy 0: The Griffins bullpen accounted for six walks and the defense committed five errors in the losing effort. Senior Dave Tatoian finished 1-for-3 on the afternoon with a walk. Griffins starter Junior R.J. Boyle gave up three runs on three hits over 5 2/3 innings
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BY PATRICK GORDON
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