Cabrini pushes streak to nine
Pat Toal hit a pair of homers while Zach Brook and Gil Peralta collected three RBIs apiece on Friday afternoon to lead Cabrini to a 13-3 win over Neumann. 

The win pushed the Cavs winning streak to nine, tying the longest mark in program history. Five different Cavaliers recorded two hits in the win. 

Senior Jonathan Baker toed the rubber for Cabrini and allowed two earned runs with seven strikeouts across eight innings of work. 

Neumann's Nate Griffin was saddled with the loss after allowing eight earned runs in five innings of work. 

The two clubs will meet again on Saturday in Aston for a doubleheader to wrap up their weekend set. 

In other Philly D-III action 
Arcadia survived a late outburst from Wilkes to hold on to a 10-9 win on Friday afternoon. The victory pushed the Knights to 15-3 on the season and a 4-0 mark in conference play. 

Arcadia scored six runs in the opening frame. Joseph Kumar finished 3-for-4 with a pair of runs scored while Connor Cheeseman, Matthew Sot, and Justin Massielo finished with two hits apiece. 

Hunter Curley secured the win, tossing eight innings for the Knights while collecting nine strikeouts. He surrendered four runs on eight hits. 

The Knights will host Wilkes in a doubleheader on Saturday at Skip Wilson Field in Ambler. 

Other D-III Philly scores 
TCNJ 18, Haverford 1 
Eastern 5, Muhlenberg 4 
Stevens 9, Delaware Valley 8 
Penn State Abington 13, St. Mary's 9

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