Saint Joseph's wins again
Andrew Cossetti mashed again on Friday, belting a pair of homers while leading the way in a Saint Joseph's 9-6 victory over Cincinnati. 

Cossetti's first homer was a two-run shot to highlight a five-run third inning for the Hawks. He then hit a solo shot in the seventh as insurance. He finished the afternoon with three hits to go along with three RBIs. His ten homers on the year are the most of any Division I player in the Philadelphia region. 

Nate Thomas also homered in the win and finished the day with a pair of hits and three RBIs. Brett Callahan and Brendan Hueth chipped in with two hits each. 

The three homers on the day give the Hawks 29 on the season, the 10th-most in Division I. 

Ian McCole lasted just 4 1/3 innings for the Hawks and was tagged for six runs, but Ryan Devine and Matt McShane combined to toss 4 2/3 scoreless frames in relief. Devine secured the win, collecting three strikeouts over 2 2/3 innings. 

The win extended the Hawks' winning streak to six games. 

The two clubs resume their weekend series with a doubleheader on Saturday.

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