Philly College Baseball Digest: March 10


GAMES OF MARCH 10, 2019

Penn 13, Winthrop 5: Josh Hood finished 5-for-6 with three RBIs and Craig Larsen homered and drove in three. Sean Phelan also picked up three hits in the winning effort. Mitchell Holcomb tossed seven innings, surrendering one run while notching five strikeouts.

Villanova 13, Central Michigan 7: Doug deMarrais drove in four runs and Ryan Toohers homered to lead the Wildcats to their third win of the season. Pat O'Neill finished 2-for-3 and scored three times. Dylan McNary and JP Radvany chipped in with two RBIs each.

New Mexico State 16, La Salle 5: Kevin McGowan collected three hits for the Explorers in the loss. La Salle relievers combined to allow nine runs over the final two innings of the contest.

Georgetown 8, Saint Joseph'4: James McConnon tripled, finished with two hits and scored two runs to lead the Hawks. Charlie Concannon added a pair of hits in the loss. Andrew Cossetti drove in a pair. Jake Meyers surrendered 10 hits and five runs over 4 1/3 innings for SJU.

West Chester 7, Grand Valley State 5: Mike Krusinski finished 2-for-4 and Luke Cantwell picked up a pair of RBIs to pace the Rams.

Grand Valley State 7, West Chester 0: Corey Webb collected two of the Rams' five hits in the nightcap. Zach Rice surrendered four runs - three earned - over 5 1/3 innings.

Pace 12, Jefferson 9: Timothy Brodhag and Matt McGee each finished with two hits while Efrain Santiago drove in three runs. Daniel Sabath took the loss, surrendering two runs on four hits over two innings.

LIU Post 7, Jefferson 2: Matt McGee and Ryan Gonzalez combined for four of the Rams seven hits in the contest. David Wilson surrendered three runs on four hits over three innings to take the loss.

Norwich 7, Delaware Valley 6: Tom Crooks picked up three hits and Luke Hendricks crushed a three-run homer for the Aggies. Joe McGlade tossed 5 1/3 innings, surrendering four earned runs on five hits in the loss.

Norwich 10, Delaware Valley 7: Tom Crooks and Joey Lodato each collected two hits in the nightcap. Ryan Georgiadis took the loss, surrendering five runs in 1 1/3 innings of relief.

Marietta 15, Arcadia 12: Dylan Towey collected three hits, including a homer, to lead the offense for the Knights. Bryan Gillen chipped in with three hits and drove in a pair.

Kean 3, Arcadia 0: Tyler Showers pieced together a strong outing for the Knights, tossing six innings while surrendering two runs on three hits. He struck out seven. Nick Ponente picked up a pair of hits in the loss.

Kean 8, Swarthmore 6 (12 inn.): Jared Gillen and Coleson Hebble collected four hits each. Gillen and Cole Levitt each homered in the loss. The Garnett bullpen combined to hurl eight innings, surrendering one run on four hits. Levitt's homer, a solo-shot, was the 14th of his career setting a new program record for Swarthmore.

Swarthmore 11, Marietta 5: Conor Elliott finished with four hits and Cole Beeker homered and finished with three RBIs. Michael Sepe chipped in by driving in three runs in the victory.

Haverford 13, Skidmore 5: Will Karp finished 3-for-3 in the leadoff spot while Ethan Lee-Tyson scored three runs. Andrew Johnson collected the win, surrendering two earned runs over 4 1/3 innings.

Skidmore 7, Haverford 4: Ethan Lee-Tyson and Jared Turner each collected a pair of hits in the losing effort. Eric Kopczynski picked up three strikeouts in four innings of relief.

Cabrini 20, Hilbert 0: Steven Priest collected five RBIs while Tyler Norris, Garrett Laraia, JD Barrett, and Brandon Loner each pieced together multi-hit games. Andrew Corso tossed five scoreless frames for the Cavs, surrendering three hits while striking out four.
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BY PATRICK GORDON
Managing Editor
pgordon@philadelphiabaseballreview.com

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