La Salle 7, Rider 5: A four-run seventh inning, highlighted by a two-run RBI double by Ben Faso, helped lift the Explorers to their third win of the season. Faso finished 4-for-5 and stole a base in the winning effort. Connor Hinchliffe tossed a perfect ninth to secure his third save of the season. He struck out a pair.

Virginia 7, Villanova 2: Jonathan Rosero surrendered seven runs on seven hits and four walks over 4 1/3 innings for the Wildcats. The offense mustered just four hits in the contest. Jake Esp tossed 3 2/3 scoreless innings in relief.

Virginia 7, Villanova 3: Carrying a one-run lead, the Wildcats surrendered a five-spot in the eighth and extended their losing skid to four to open the season. Nick Lorusso surrendered four of those five runs in the eighth to collect the loss, spoiling an outstanding start by Jimmy Kingsbury who tossed seven strong with six strikeouts.

East Stroudsburg 9, Jefferson 0: Arturo Figueroa collected a pair of hits for the Rams while Patrick Hohlfeld surrendered eight runs - five earned - over five innings of work in the loss.

East Stroudsburg 14, Jefferson 4: The Rams collected just three hits in the losing effort. Timothy Brodhag collected three RBIs with a double in the fifth. Bryce Herman started for Jefferson, surrendering nine runs - six earned - while failing to record an out in the second inning.

West Chester 6, St. Rose 5 (10 innings): Justin Horn hit a walk-off single in the 10th to lift the Rams to victory. He finished the contest with four hits. Joe Zirolli picked up three RBIs. Jon Fisher tossed six innings for WCU, collecting eight strikeouts.

West Chester 3, St. Rose 0: Zach Rice tossed a seven-inning complete game while collecting 12 strikeouts in the shutout victory for the Rams. Joey Coyle finished the contest 2-for-2 with a solo homer in the third.

Cairn 4, Gordon 1: Sam Dralle surrendered one run over five innings to secure the win. Michael Sorowice chipped in with a double, sac-fly, and two RBIs. Caleb Edman added two hits, including a triple, and drove in a run.

Cairn 9, Gordon 6: The Highlanders offense worked seven walks in the nightcap and capitalized on four Gordon errors. Brett Marks hit a three-run homer in the fourth. Carson Conradt surrendered one run on six hits over five innings to record the victory.
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