D-I Wrap
Penn remained hot over the weekend, completing a three-game sweep over Brown to move to within a half-game of Columbia atop the Ivy League standings. The sweep also extended the Quakers' win streak to seven games. 

Wyatt Henseler collected a hit in each contest and is riding a ten-game hitting streak. Ben Miller picked up five hits to raise his batting average to .313. 

Quakers' starters surrendered just four runs over 18 innings in the series with Joe Miller putting up the best performance of the weekend with a ten strikeouts performance on Saturday. 

The Quakers return to action on Wednesday with a non-conference game against Rider before traveling to Yale for a Ivy League series this weekend. 

Villanova hung with No. 15 UConn over the weekend, dropping two of three in a closely contested series. John Whooley drove in all four runs for the Wildcats in their 4-1 victory on Saturday. Tyler Arella also pitched well, surrendering one run over 7 1/3 innings while scattering five hits. 

Sunday's 2-1 loss came in walk-off fashion as the Huskies took advantage of a Cameron Hassert error in the ninth to eventually push across the winning run in the ninth. 

The Wildcats will face Wagner in a non-conference contest on Tuesday before resuming conference play with a series against St. John's this weekend. 

Saint Joseph's dropped two-of-three to Virginia Commonwealth over the weekend, falling to 7-5 in conference play and a tie for third place in the Atlantic 10 standings. 

Andrew Cossetti finished the series 4-for-11 with a homer and five RBIs, while Conlan Wall finished 6-for-14 with a pair of RBIs and two runs scored. 

The Hawks committed eight errors over the weekend. 

Saint Joseph's travels to Delaware for a non-conference matchup on Tuesday before traveling to the Bronx for a weekend series with Fordham.

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