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Holy Family
Holy Family University's baseball team debuted their program with an impressive start, clinching victories in their inaugural games. They swept Virginia State on Saturday afternoon in Ettrick, Va., with commanding wins of 6-2 and 5-1. 
Leading the charge was Brian Comer, who showcased an outstanding performance, going 3-for-5 with four stolen bases, three runs, and two walks. His pivotal two-RBI double in the second inning of the second game proved to be the decisive game-winner. 
Pitcher Casey Murphy delivered a stellar performance in the rain-shortened nightcap, securing a complete game win while allowing just one run on two hits, accompanied by eight strikeouts. 
Notable contributions also came from Stefan Leo, who etched his name in Holy Family's history books by recording the team's first-ever hit and RBI. Leo drove in three runs with a bases-clearing double. 
On the mound, Jelle Bing secured the Tigers' first win with a strong performance, pitching the first five innings of game one. He scattered five hits while striking out seven batters without issuing a single walk. 
In other D-II action 
West Chester dominated the early innings, scoring a staggering 11 runs before facing a resilient comeback attempt from D'Youville. Despite the pressure, they held on to secure a hard-fought 14-10 victory in a non-conference baseball clash at Kenny Greenlief Field in Glenville, WV. Avery Spencer finished the game 3-for-4 with three runs scored and three RBI. 
Other Scores 
No. 15 Molloy 3, Chestnut Hill 2 
No. 15 Molloy 16, Chestnut Hill 12
Jefferson 8, West Virginia St. 3
Lock Haven 3, Jefferson 0

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