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NCAA Regionals
Arcadia and Immaculata will open NCAA Regional play on Friday. The Knights are a top-seed and hosting the Glenside Regional, while the Mighty Macs are in the Winchester Regional hosted by Shenandoah. 

Here's what you need to know about each regional.

The Knights are led by MAC Freedom Player of the Year and First Team All-MAC Freedom selection Alex Madera. The back-to-back conference player of the year and the three-time All-MAC Freedom selection led the team with a .453 batting average. He leads the conference with 77 hits and four triples. He is second in the conference in batting average, runs scored (47) and RBI's (50). 
In total, the Knights had eight all-conference selections as Carson Denham, Emilio Pallante, Anthony Bruno, and Hunter Curley as a utility player all joined Madera on the First Team. Curley was also named to the Second Team as a pitcher and was joined on the team by Justin Massielo and Matt Donchez. Bruno set a new program record in RBI with 58, which also led the conference.
Glenside Regional
Friday Schedule
Game 1: Arcadia vs. Susquehana (10 a.m.)
Game 2: Rowan vs. Brockport (1:30 p.m.)
The Mighty Macs pitching staff enters the regional with the best ERA in the pod at 3.06, which currently ranks 3rd in the nation. The Macs' staff is led by five All Atlantic East selections in Jason Hughes, Ryan Crowell, Stephen DiBatista, Mason Keller, and Trevor Wagner. Hughes, Crowell, and DiBatista combined to form one of the strongest starting rotations in nation, while Keller and Wagner where strong in relief with four and two saves, respectively.

On the offensive side, the Macs are led by a contingent of six All Atlantic East selections in Josh Crowding, Joey Wright, Joey Sacco, Steven Theisen, and Frank Margiotta.
Friday Schedule 
Game 1: Shenandoah vs. TCNJ (11 a.m.) 
Game 2: Christopher Newport vs. Immaculata (2:30 p.m.)
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