La Salle 18, Quinnipiac 8: The Explorers hit four homers in the contest, highlighted by a two-run shot by Ben Faso in the fourth to even the contest. La Salle went on to score 12 more unanswered runs in the win. Faso, Peyton Sorrels, Tommy Toal, and Kevin McGowan each finished the contest with three hits.

La Salle 2, Quinnipiac 1: Colin Scanlon tossed five innings, surrendering one run on five hits to help La Salle to a doubleheader sweep. Connor Hinchliffe tossed two innings to secure the save, striking out a pair. Ben Faso and Ryan Gucking each picked up an RBI in the win.

Penn 1, Princeton 0: Christian Scafidi struck out 11 and surrendered six hits over 8 1/3 innings for the Quakers. Jackson Petersen drove in the lone run in the contest with a sacrifice fly in the eighth to lift the Quakers to a win.

Princeton 7, Penn 2: The visitors put up a seven spot in the second frame and never let Penn back into the contest. Matt McGeagh and Peter Matt each drove in a run for the Quakers.

Georgetown 4, Villanova 2: Doug deMarrais homered for the Wildcats, doubled, and drove in both runs in the first game of a doubleheader. Jimmy Kingsbury tossed seven strong innings, surrendering three runs on seven hits. Cameron Mathes picked up seven (yes, seven) strikeouts over two innings of relief.

Georgetown 4, Villanova 2: Tyler Brunco collected two of the Wildcats' five hits in the second game. Ryan Toohers tossed two scoreless innings in relief with a pair of strikeouts.

West Chester 10, Shippensburg 2: Luke Cantwell homered and finished with four RBIs for the Rams. Justin Horn finished with three hits while Zach Rice tossed a seven-inning complete game.

West Chester 8, Shippensburg 1: Joe Zirolli drove in three runs to pace the offense while David Mervis tossed a complete game, surrendering one unearned run on four hits.

Chestnut Hill 18, Nyack 7: The Griffins erupted for 22 hits. Andrew Dietz homered, Ameir Uzzell finished 5-for-6 with four RBIs, and Michael Perugini picked up three hits.

Chestnut Hill 9, Nyack 5: Jared Healey finished 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs while Ameir Uzzell also drove in a pair via three hits. Thomas Hughes tossed two scoreless innings in relief.

Cabrini 8, Marymount 7: Shaun Stackhouse delivered an RBI-single in the seventh that proved to be the difference. Mack McKisson, Steven Priest, Tyler Norris, and Henry Peguero each homered in the winning effort.

Marymount 4, Cabrini 3: Marymount scored the game-winner in the 11th inning after scoring two in the ninth to push the game into extra innings. Mack McKisson finished 2-for-5 with an RBI for the Cavs. Ray Lutick took the loss, surrendering three runs - two earned - over 3 2/3 innings.

Franklin & Marshal 9, Swarthmore 5: Holden Bridge collected two hits for the Garnet in the loss.

Franklin & Marshal 1, Swarthmore 0: The Garnet collected just three hits in the contest and surrendered the lone run in the ninth inning as Charles Groppe surrendered a game-winning triple. The Garnet are now 4-5 in conference play and have lost three straight.

Hood 1, Arcadia 0: Matt Ernst tallied two of the Knights' four hits. Phil Pierfy and Anthony Zupito recorded singles in the losing effort. Tyler Showers took the loss, surrendering one run over four frames.

Hood 2, Arcadia 0: Again, the Knights collected just four hits. Joel Bartoni tossed a complete game for the Knight, allowing two runs on eight hits and two walks with three strikeouts. The Knights have lost four straight.
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