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Courtesy: Widener Baseball
Photo: David Morgan, Widener Athletics
Sean Curran delivered a standout performance on Sunday, guiding Widener to an impressive 11-5 victory over Keystone in Auburndale, Florida.
The pitcher showcased his prowess by pitching six solid innings, during which he allowed just two runs while scattering four hits. Curran's command was evident as he recorded 12 strikeouts, although he did issue three walks. 
Offensively, Kevin Bukowski shined for Widener, going 3-for-5 at the plate and driving in three runs. Jack Balcer also made significant contributions, finishing 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs. 
With this win, Widener improves to a 3-4 record for the season. Their next challenge awaits as they face UMass-Dartmouth in a doubleheader on Tuesday. Following that, they will return home to kick off the conference schedule with a series against local rivals Eastern over the weekend. 
Elsewhere, No. 21 Arcadia (6-3) fell to Ithaca in Lexington, SC., on Sunday, 6-5. Hunter Curley took the loss, surrendering five runs on eight hits over five innings. Matt Donchez led the Knights at the plate, finishing with two hits and three RBIs. 
In Other Action
Rosemont rebounded strongly from two tough losses on Saturday, claiming their first two victories of the season against PSU Scranton with scores of 19-0 and 3-2. 
In the first game, Chris Walton and freshman Shane Lennon led the charge at the plate for the Ravens. Walton went 3-for-5 with a double and four RBIs, while Lennon had a perfect 4-for-4 performance with a double and four RBIs as well. 
Pitcher Zachary Nutley delivered an outstanding complete-game shutout, allowing only four hits and striking out three. It marked the first complete-game shutout in program history.
Game 2 was a hard-fought affair, with starting pitcher sophomore Tim Shell pitching a solid seven innings, allowing only two runs on three hits. 
Offensively, the Ravens managed seven hits, with junior Bobby DiDonato contributing two RBIs.
Other Scores
Haverford 2, Skidmore 1
Trinity 12, Swarthmore 7
Eastern 9, Cabrini 5
Muhlenberg 9, Gwynedd Mercy 4

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