Cabrini's Zack Brook
Zack Brook made history for Cabrini on Tuesday, becoming just the second player in Cavs history to hit for the cycle in a 14-7 non-conference win over Moravian. 

The senior hit a three-run blast in the third inning, collected a single in the sixth and a double in the eighth before finishing the feat with an RBI triple in the ninth. 

Brook finished the day 4-for-6 with four RBIs, two runs scored, and swiped a base. The performance raised his average to .328 on the season.

The only other cycle in Cavs history belongs to Justin Henry who accomplished the feat in 2021 in a contest against Immaculata. 

The Cavs finished the contest with 15 hits. 

Cabrini (20-12, 8-4) resumes conference play this weekend with a three-game set against Marymount. Friday's contest will be in Radnor, while Saturday's doubleheader will be in Arlington, Va. 

The Cavs presently sit in third place in the Atlantic East Conference behind Immaculata (8-2) and Marymount (9-4).
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