Penn 20, Saint Joseph's 7: The Quakers scored 11 runs in the opening frame. Peter Matt and Chris Adams each collected four RBIs in the winning effort. For the second time this season, every player in Penn's starting nine registered a hit. The last time the Quakers scored 20 runs in a game was in 2004.

La Salle 14, Lehigh 6: Freshman Tatem Levins hit three home runs and senior Peyton Sorrels collected up five hits to pace the Explorers. The three home runs by Levins are the most by one player in a single NCAA Division I game this season. Fourteen others had accomplished the feat entering the game. The victory marks the 15th of the season for the Explorers, exceeding their total of 14 from a year ago.

Swarthmore 7, Ursinus 6: Charles Levitt finished with three hits while Cole Beeker and Sam Jacobson collected two RBIs each in the winning effort. Ryan Warm tossed eight innings for the Garnet, surrendering three runs on seven hits.

Lebanon Valley 11, Immaculata 8: Cameron Delisle drove in a pair for the Macs. The loss is their fifth straight.

Haverford 8, Muhlenberg 5: Luke Wallis delivered a three-run blast in the 12th to secure the win. He finished the day with four RBIs. Will Karp contributed four hits.

Eastern 7, Cairn 3: Nathan Wilson and Emilio Alvarez accounted for four of the Highlanders eight hits on the afternoon.

Arcadia 12, Neumann 4: Bryan Gillen finished 4-for-5, while Phil Pierfy, Nick Ponente, and Zachary Sekelick each collected three hits apiece in the winning effort. The Knights offense totaled 21 hits on the day. Ponente also drove in four.
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