Saturday D3 Philly Recap: Ray and LaRosa carry Neumann offense to win in season opener

Philly D3 Baseball Recap
Zach Ray finished 3-for-4 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored to lead Neumann to a season-opening 19-2 victory over Northern Vermont-Lyndon. Andrew LaRosa walked twice, collected a hit, and drove in three in the winning effort. Grant Wallace picked up five strikeouts over three innings to secure the win.

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Justin Costanzo hit a pinch-hit homer while Anothny Boccio and Greg Elfreth each collected two hits apiece in the victory. Kade Jones picked up the win, surrendering three earned runs over 5 2/3 innings.

Kean 19, Haverford 2
Zach Landry finished 2-for-4 for the Fords in their season opener. Will Karp picked up a hit and drove in a run.

St. John Fisher 11, Cabrini 8
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Gwynedd Mercy 13, Hanover 7
T.J. Brasier finished 3-for-4 and drove in three runs to lead the Griffins. Bobby Heck chipped in with three hits and two RBIs. Rob Bailey drove in four. Brian Wildrick collected the win, surrendering four earned runs over 5 2/3 innings.

Swarthmore 6, New Jersey City 4
Cole Beeker homered and drove in a pair for Swarthmore. Ryan Warm tossed five innings, surrendering three runs - none earned - on six hits. He struck out eight.

Guliford 8, Penn State-Abington 6
Zach Morales finished 3-for-4 in the losing effort, scoring a pair of runs while also driving in a pair. Demetrius Deramus and Stevie Stevenson each chipped in with two hits for PSU.

Cairn 11, Houghton 7
Michael Sorowice finished with two hits, including a double, and drove in a pair of runs in the win. Caleb Edman drove in three. Jake Kraihanzel recorded the win, surrendering two runs over 4 1/3 innings.

Susquehanna 5, Haverford 0
Will Karp collected the lone hit in the contest for the Fords. August Williams took the loss, surrendering four runs over four innings.
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