Penn wins behind Coady
Owen Coady was dominant on Friday night, tossing seven solid innings while surrendering one unearned run and one hit as Penn knocked off undefeated Lamar at Vincent-Beck Stadium, 6-1. 

Coady, who struggled in the season opener against South Carolina last week, was magnificent. He walked just one and whiffed four. 

The Quakers (1-3) took advantage of several defensive miscues by the Cardinals, scoring four runs in the fifth inning to put the game out of reach. 

Wyatt Henseler finished 2-for-4 with an RBI and made several outstanding plays with the glove, including a diving stop and throw from third base in the seventh.

Bryce Mangene tossed two innings to close out the contest, surrendering two hits. 

The Cardinals entered Friday's contest riding a nine-game winning streak to open the season. 

The two clubs return to action on Saturday. 

In other D-I action 
San Francisco 7, Villanova 3 
Cameron Hassert hit a solo shot for the Wildcats (1-7) in the loss. Sal Fusco surrendered four runs, three earned, over six frames. He whiffed five but walked three and hit a batter.
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