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  • Wake Forest completed its first road sweep since 2014 with a 6-1 victory over Boston College

    Posted 2018-04-18 18:19:57 by: Exec Exec

        (Pulese, Wake Forest) WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Wake Forest completed its first road sweep since 2014 with a 6-1 victory over Boston College at Harrington Village on Saturday afternoon. The Demon Deacons (17-20, 10-8 ACC) took advantage of a strong start from  (Middletown) and allowed just one run over the weekend, fewest-ever for the program in an ACC series. Peluse (6-0) tossed 6.0 innings, limiting the Eagles (12-22, 5-13 ACC) to one run on three hits and four walks with six strikeouts. pitched 1.2 perfect frames in relief, while and added 0.2 scoreless innings apiece to close out the victory. led the offense by going 3-for-4 with his third double of the weekend, also adding two RBIs and two runs. totaled three RBIs while was 1-for-3 with two walks. Lanzilli opened the scoring with an RBI double in the second inning to give the Deacs a 1-0 lead. Frick perfectly executed a safety squeeze in the fifth to double the margin to 2-0. Boston College had its biggest threats in the fifth and sixth innings. The Eagles put two runners on with one out in the fifth but Peluse got back-to-back groundouts to escape. BC tallied its lone run of the contest on a Jack Cunningham RBI single in the sixth, but a flyout stranded runners on the corners. Frick brought home Lanzilli on a sac fly in the seventh to push the lead to 3-1. Wake Forest closed out the scoring in the eighth on a Lanzilli RBI single and run-scoring walks by Frick and Mueller. The last road sweep came at Notre Dame in 2014. The one run allowed bettered the previous mark of three runs allowed against Clemson in 2012. The nine hits allowed were second-fewest, bettered only by allowing six to Virginia Tech in 2013. Wake Forest is back in action on Tuesday, traveling to UNCG for a 6 p.m. ...

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  • Late-Game Heroics Power Irish Past Marquette, 7-6

    Posted 2018-04-17 16:19:00 by: Exec Exec

      (Drake, ND) MILWAUKEE - Trailing 6-5 with less than a minute left in the game, No. 14 Notre Dame (6-4) came up with two huge goals from and to escape Marquette (5-5) with a 7-6 victory. The Irish remain unbeaten against the Golden Eagles, improving to 7-0 in the series.All seven goals came from different players on Wednesday at Valley Fields. Joining Costabile and Garnsey in the goal column was , ,  (Salesianum), and .The Irish defense continued its fine form, holding Marquette to just two goals in the final 30 minutes of play.   How It Happened The Irish scored the game's opening goal, as Garnsey fed Willetts, who finished past the Marquette goalie on an extra-man opportunity to give Notre Dame a 1-0 lead with 6:22 left in the frame. However, the hosts responded with three unanswered scores, including the final one with two ticks left on the clock to take a 3-1 lead into the second quarter.With just over five minutes gone by in the second stanza, the Irish cut the Marquette lead to one at 3-2. Walter raced by the Golden Eagle defense and unleashed a shot to score the first goal of his career with 9:55 left in the half. Less than four minutes later the Irish leveled the score at 3-3, as found McNamara who fired into the net for the first time at the collegiate level.Marquette responded, scoring 16 seconds later to retake the lead at 4-3, an advantage it took into the halftime break.The Irish could not have asked for a better start to the third quarter, scoring twice in the opening 3:06 to take a 5-4 lead. Garnsey found Drake on the doorstep, who faked and finished past the keeper to level the score. Just minutes later Sexton struck from distance to put the Irish back on top for the first time since the opening stages at 5-4.Notre Dame's defense was masterful in the third period, locking down the Golden Eagles' attack and holding them scoreless to take a 5-4 lead into the fourth frame.Marquette regrouped and drew even at the ...

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  • Washington Wins Game One, 7-0, and Game Two, 13-5, as Team Tallies Its Most Wins In Any Four-Year Stretch

    Posted 2018-04-17 13:11:44 by: Exec Exec

      (Zwier, Washington) Washington Wins Game One, 7-0, and Game Two, 13-5, as Team Tallies Its Most Wins In Any Four-Year Stretch CARLISLE, Pa. – Washington College senior pitcher (Plainview, N.Y./Chaminade) tossed his first career no-hitter, the 16th in Centennial Conference history and the first nine-inning no-hitter by a WC pitcher in 48 years in a 7-0 victory in game one of a Centennial Conference doubleheader against host Dickinson on Saturday afternoon at MacPhail Field.  The Shoremen completed the sweep of the Red Devils, their first in eight years, with a 13-5 victory in game two as the Shoremen have now won 80 games since 2015, the most in any four-year stretch, breaking the mark of 78 set from 2009-12. Washington College 7 Dickinson 0 (Game 1) How It Happened - Washington took control of the game with its second five-run first inning of the week.  With nobody out, scored on an error by Dickinson for the game's first run.  The next hitter,  (Caravel) plated a pair on a single to score and to give the Shoremen a three-run advantage.  then drove in Hirschbaum on a base hit to make it 4-0 and with one out, Zwier scored on an RBI groundout to cap the five-run frame.    - Barclay would make it 6-0 when he scored on an RBI groundout with one out in the top of the second and in the top of the seventh with nobody away Barclay came around to score on a base hit by Tancredi. - Mikulus retired the first 13 Red Devils he faced before Dickinson got its first and only runner of the game in the bottom of the fifth on a fielding error by the Shoremen that allowed Brendan Pell to reach.  However Pell would be stranded at first as Mikulus retired the next two hitters to end the inning as the error was the only thing that stood in the way of a perfect game. - The senior pitcher would retire the last 14 hitters of the game to register the nine inning no-no in almost a half-century as he got Ryan Fuscaldo to ...

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  • Sterling Extends Hitting Streak for @WidenerSoftball Against Alvernia

    Posted 2018-04-17 12:47:23 by: Exec Exec

      (Sterling, Widener) CHESTER, Pa. – Four players had multi-hit days, but the Widener University softball team fell in a doubleheader to the Alvernia Golden Wolves on Saturday afternoon 6-2 and 8-3.   BY THE NUMBERS With a hit in each game,  (St Georges) extended her hitting streak to eight games. , , and also had two hits each for the Pride. went the distance in game one allowing three earned runs.   HOW IT HAPPENED IN GAME ONE (Alvernia 6, Widener 2) The Golden Wolves dented the scoreboard with the initial runs of the game on a two-run homer in the fourth inning. A homer in the sixth extended the lead to 3-0. Widener pushed its first runs of the game across in the sixth. With one out, singled in front of  (St Georges) who doubled into the right-center gap drive in one. On the play Sterling took third on the throw to the plate. The extra base was crucial as on the final pitch of a walk to , the ball kicked away from the catcher, allowing Sterling to come home, cutting the lead to 3-2. Widener battled, putting runners on second and third in the seventh before the final out.   HOW IT HAPPENED IN GAME TWO (Alvernia 8, Widener 3) Alvernia came out swinging scoring four runs in the top of the first. Widener broke the ice in the fourth as with one out, Sterling doubled. Two batters later, singled to plate the runner, cutting the lead to 4-1. AU got the tally back in the fifth with a solo homer. The Pride battled back, scoring twice in the fifth as an error and a walk, both with the bases loaded scored a run each.   UP NEXT Widener returns to action on Monday, April 16 when it hosts its Strike Out Cancer game against Penn State Brandywine. First pitch is scheduled for 4:00 ...

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  • Sea Gulls rally late in game two, sweep Eagles on Gutekunst walk-off single.

    Posted 2018-04-17 12:42:10 by: Exec Exec

                (Dean Left, Whitlock Right, Salisbury) SALISBURY, Md. – The No. 24 Salisbury University baseball team rallied back late to complete a doubleheader sweep over Capital Athletic Conference rival the University of Mary Washington at Sea Gull Baseball Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Game 1: Salisbury 6, Mary Washington 5 The Sea Gulls (23-7, 11-2 CAC) found themselves in an early hole in the first game of the day. The Eagles (16-14-1, 5-8 CAC) managed to crack back-to-back solo home runs off of starting pitcher in the top of the first inning. A double in the bottom of the third inning scored to cut the Eagle lead to 2-1. Another Decker hit, this time a single to left field, scored from second base to tie things up 2-2 in the fifth inning. Salisbury would take the lead on a  (Indian River) solo home run in the sixth inning, 3-2, and extend it on a Decker RBI single and a bases-loaded walk in the seventh inning to make it 5-2. Another solo home run by the Eagles cut the lead to 5-3 before Padeway matched with a solo shot of his own in the bottom half of the eighth inning, pushing the Sea Gull lead back to 6-3. A ninth inning rally by the Eagles saw Salisbury's lead shrink to 6-5, but it was able to hold on to win the first game of the day. After a rough start, Heenan settled in nicely, striking out a season-best 14 batters over 7 and 1/3 innings. The three solo home runs were the only runs he allowed during his time on the mound. The win pushes Heenan's record to 7-2 on the season. earned the save, pitching 1 and 2/3 innings in relief and allowing only two unearned runs. Game 2: Salisbury 16, Mary Washington The Sea Gulls again found themselves down early in the second game, allowing a two-out RBI single in the top of the first inning that saw the Eagles get into the run column first. After giving up a home run in the top of the third to find themselves in a 2-0 hole, the maroon and gold rallied ...

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  • Collins, Pietanza each get five hits in sweep of Frostburg St.

    Posted 2018-04-17 12:32:21 by: Exec Exec

      (Mumford, Salisbury) FROSTBURG, Md. – The Salisbury University softball team picked up a key Capital Athletic Conference doubleheader sweep at Frostburg State University, including a win in the Sea Gulls' first extra-inning game of the year, on Saturday. Game 1: Salisbury 5, Frostburg St. 2 (8 inn.) The Bobcats took a 2-0 lead in the first inning of the opener against Salisbury starting pitcher , but it turned out to be the only two runs Frostburg State would score in the game. The two runs came on two of just six hits for the Bobcats in the game. The game remained a 2-0 edge for Frostburg until the sixth inning when the Sea Gulls got in the scoring column, drawing even with two runs on an home run with two outs, her third in the past two days. scored on the homer, having reached on a single earlier in the inning. The 2-2 deadlock broke in the top of the eighth inning when Pietanza belted her fifth home run of the year, a solo shot to begin the inning. Three more hits in the inning led to two more Salisbury runs with Allen's double and a single by each driving in a run. Powell went the distance, striking out five and walking just three to collect the win. Game 2: Salisbury 13, Frostburg St. 1 (5 inn.) The Salisbury bats came alive in the second game for 15 hits to put the game away before three innings had passed. Salisbury (20-10, 7-3 CAC) scored once in the first on a double, scoring Pietanza, before putting up seven runs in the third inning. Six Sea Gull hits and three Frostburg errors in the inning allowed the offensive push with getting two extra-base hits – a double and triple – in the inning, driving in a run and scoring one. The Sea Gulls put up five more in the top of the fifth, as Collins sent two runs in with her single – one of her three hits on the day – before Pietanza's third hit of the day resulted in a two-run double. Pietanza and Collins combined to drive in five runs and score four, ...

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  • HAWKS TAKE SERIES FINALE OVER NORFOLK STATE

    Posted 2018-04-17 02:28:54 by: Exec Exec

    (Tunnel, UMES) NORFOLK, Virginia — Senior pitcher  (North East, Maryland) threw a complete game and junior  (Tilton, New Hampshire) capped off the day with a home run as Maryland Eastern Shore salvaged the series finale with an 8-2 win over Norfolk State Sunday (Apr. 15). The Shore improves to 8-28 (5-10 MEAC) while the Spartans fall to 12-20 (9-6 MEAC). DeBlasie’s round tripper in the ninth was a finishing touch, but there were plenty more noteworthy performances from the Hawks’ lineup. Freshman  (Dover, Delaware) led the charge with three hits and two runs scored. Junior  (New Market, Maryland) also chipped in a multi-hit effort with an RBI. Hoskins struck out seven in his complete game effort, and held the Spartans to just one hit after the fourth inning. With four victories the senior has been credited with half the team’s victories. Senior  (Appleton, Wisconsin) led off the game with a double and would score when Norfolk State threw away a sacrifice bunt chance. Sophomore  (Piscataway, New Jersey) contributed a sacrifice fly to give the Hawks a 2-0 edge before the Spartans came to bat. Norfolk State grinded out runs in the third and fourth to tie the game. Deadlocked through five, the Hawks pounced in the sixth with a DeBlasie double. He would score on an error to give The Shore the lead. Freshman  (Pasadena, Maryland) drew a bases loaded walk, and Nicastro knocked in a third run on a sacfirice bunt. Hindsight would prove that was all the Hawks needed, but the two run bomb by DeBlasie and an RBI single from senior (Bowie, Maryland) put the game out of reach. Maryland Eastern Shore travels to Towson and Dover next week before hosting Delaware State on Sunday (Apr. 22) ...

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  • Fairfield Sweeps Baseball on Sunday

    Posted 2018-04-11 02:47:51 by: Exec Exec

    (McCallister, Rider) .FAIRFIELD, CT – The Rider University baseball team dropped both ends of a doubleheader at Fairfield on Sunday in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) play at Fairfield's Alumni Baseball Diamond. Fairfield raced past Rider, 15-1, in the opener and held on for a 5-4 victory in the series finale. The Broncs (6-20, 1-4 MAAC) have now dropped four league games, while the Stags (11-16, 5-4 MAAC) secured the series sweep by winning a pair on Sunday.    In game one, the Stags once again got off to a quick start plating two runs in the first and adding four more in the second. Fairfield broke the game open in the bottom of the fourth with a seven-run outburst. The Broncs were unable to push more than one run across in the tilt. On the bump in the opener, junior (Jobstown, NJ/North Burlington) got the start and took the loss for the Broncs. He worked three and two-thirds innings and allowed 11 earned runs. In relief, senior (River Edge, NJ/River Dell) came in from left field to toss two scoreless innings. His innings on the mound were the only in which the Stags did not score in the first game of the day. In game two, the Broncs opened the scoring with a run in the first, but as they have all series Fairfield answered. The Stags scored four runs in the bottom half to take a three-run edge. Rider's run in the first came on a fielder's choice from junior (Churchville, PA/Chestnut Hill Academy) after back-to-back singles to open the frame. The Broncs answered in game two, scoring three runs in the top of the second to knot the contest at four. In the second, sophomore outfielder (Wayne, NJ/Wayne Hills) laced an RBI single and two runs came across on Stag errors. Fairfield took back the lead for good in game two in the bottom of the fourth. Over the final five innings, neither team was able to push across a run. On the mound, freshman (Staten Island, NY/Monsignor Farrell) got the start for Rider. He suffered the loss ...

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  • Power Pushes Pride Past Eagles

    Posted 2018-04-11 02:17:29 by: Exec Exec

    (Sterling, Widener) CHESTER, Pa. – Three players hit home runs for the Widener University softball team as the Pride swept a doubleheader from Eastern, winning game one 8-0 in five innings before claiming the nightcap 4-2 on Monday.   BY THE NUMBERS , , and  (St Georges) each went deep for Widener. Benozich led Widener with four hits on the day and scored three runs. Sterling, , and had three hits apiece. tossed five shutout innings in her third complete game of the season.   HOW IT HAPPENED IN GAME ONE (Widener 8, Eastern 0 – 5 inninngs) Widener got on the board in the opening frame as led off with a walk and moved to second on a sacrifice. Two batters later, singled her home for a 1-0 lead. The Pride broke the game open with five runs in the second. Keying the inning for the Blue and Gold was a leadoff homer by Rogers and a two-run double from DelRomano. Another run came across in the third as Rogers was hit by a pitch to open the inning. came onto pinch run and moved to second on a single by DiMario. A groundout erased the lead runner and moved DiMario to second where she stood when singled her home to make it 7-0. Widener closed the scoring in the fourth when Benozich drove out her first homer of the season capping an 11 pitch at-bat. Rabuck picked up her fourth win of the season, authoring the shutout, allowing four hits and striking out six without a walk.   HOW IT HAPPENED IN GAME TWO (Widener 4, Eastern 2) The Pride got on the board with a pair of unearned runs in the second inning. Sterling extended the lead to 3-0 with a solo homer in the third. Not done, back-to-back doubles by Benzoich and pushed another run across. The Eagles made a game of things in the seventh with a pair of solo homers. started and pitched three scoreless innings for the Pride, allowing just two hits. earned the win, tossing the final four innings. She retired the first nine batters she faced upon coming ...

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  • Fallers Homers, but Knights Fall at Stockton

    Posted 2018-04-11 02:03:22 by: Exec Exec

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