Haverford and Swarthmore collect wins on Monday over ranked opponents

Philly D3 Recap Philadelphia Baseball Review
The Haverford offense put up 18 hits en route to an impressive 17-6 victory on Monday over No. 16 Wooster. Owen Plambeck finished 3-for-4 with five RBIs, and Zach Landry chipped in with three hits and a pair of RBIs. Dylan Livingston recorded the win, tossing five innings while surrendering four runs on five hits.

In other action
Swarthmore 6, No. 24 Marietta 5
Cole Beeker doubled in the ninth and eventually scored the winning run for the Garnet on an Ari Fierer fielder's choice. Coleson Hebble finished 2-for-4 with a pair of RBIs.

Swarthmore 20, Ohio Wesleyan 5
Jared Gillen finished 3-for-6 with four RBIs while Luke Mutz finished 2-for-4 with four runs scored and four RBIs to lead the Garnet. Matteo Sollecito earned the win, surrendering two runs over six innings.

Mount Union 2, Ursinus 1 (14 inn.)
Jerry Scavone collected two hits in the losing effort. Nick DeFeo tossed nine scoreless innings, surrendering one hit while notching 11 strikeouts. Casey Fitzsimmons took the loss, surrendering one run over five innings in relief.

Ursinus 5, Mount Union 1 (9 inn.)
Mike Stanziale hit an RBI-double to highlight a four-run ninth to lift the Bears. Nolan Graber tossed a complete game, surrendering one run while scattering seven hits.

Penn State-Behrend 6, Cairn 4
Joshua Melchior finished 2-for-4 for the Highlanders. Caleb Edman scored a run and walked twice.

Penn State-Behrend 9, Cairn 8 (8 inn.)
Samuel Spadea finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs while Caleb Edman chipped in with two hits, an RBI, and a run scored.

TCNJ 8, Gwynedd Mercy 7 (10 inn.)
Will Brownlowe finished 3-for-5 with three RBIs for the Griffins. The walk-off run scored with two outs in the frame and the bases loaded on an error by shortstop Rob Bailey.

Rutgers-Camden 12, Neumann 4
Nick Glebock lasted seven innings for the Knights, surrendering eight runs - though only two were earned. Joe Murray finished 1-for-3 in the loss with a run scored.

Immaculata 13, North Central 11
The Macs scored six runs in the ninth and took advantage of three wild pitches to secure the victory. Peter Zielinksi finished 2-for-4 with a homer while Matthew Headley also contributed a homer in the winning effort. Six pitchers for the Macs combined to collect 12 strikeouts while issuing just three walks.
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