Philly College Baseball Digest: March 23


GAMES OF MARCH 23, 2019

Harvard 12, Penn 9: Sean Phelan homered twice and drove in three runs for the Quakers via four hits. Tommy Courtney and Andrew Hernandez each homered in the losing effort.

Penn 16, Harvard 12: Craig Larsen finished with four hits while Josh Hood homered and drove in five in the win for Penn. Matt O'Neill also homered and Sean Phelan drove in three.

Davidson 6, La Salle 0: Peyton Sorrels and Nick Di Vietro accounted for four of the Explorers seven hits on the afternoon. Colin Scanlon tossed two innings of scoreless relief in the losing effort.

Saint Joseph's 18, George Mason 9: Andrew Cossetti homered and drove in three to pace the Hawks offense. Brendan Hueth and Liam Bendo each also drove in three runs in the winning effort. The Hawks have now won seven of their last eight contests.

LIU-Brooklyn 3, Villanova 0: Nick Lorusso tossed five innings for the Wildcat, surrendering one run on six hits. He struck out five. Chris Rotondo doubled in the losing effort.

Concordia 15, Jefferson 5: Austin Torres homered and collected two hits for the Rams.

Jefferson 6, Concordia 4: Austin Torres finished 2-for-3 and drove in a pair while Robert Wood chipped in with two hits and an RBI to lift the Rams to a win. Brandon Smith tossed two scoreless innings and struck out a pair to record the save.

Swarthmore 13, Stockton 0: Sam Jacobson drove in three runs and Charlie Levitt picked up three hits in the romp. Jack Corkey tossed a seven-inning complete game for the Garnet, scattering four hits while striking out six.

Swarthmore 19, Stockton 4: A nine-run third inning highlighted the contest for the Garnet. Every player in the starting lineup collected at least one hit with Jared Gillen leading the way with a homer, four hits, and four RBIs. Cole Beeker finished 3-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBIs.

Cabrini 22, Wesley 4: Mack McKisson homered and drove in three runs for the Cavs. JD Barrett finished with two hits and drove in three. The Cavs offense worked a total of 10 walks and benefited from nine Wesley errors in the contests.

Cabrini 21, Wesley 9: Joe Aurite homered and drove in six in the nightcap. Joey Moyer finished 4-fo-6 while Mack McKisson finished 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs.

Arcadia 4, Widener 3: Phil Pierfy and Dylan Towey each finished with three hits apiece in the winning effort. Jeremy Sabathne tossed a complete game for the Knights, surrendering three runs on 11 hits. For Widener, Stephen DeBellis finished the day with two hits.
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BY PATRICK GORDON
Managing Editor
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