Kevin Banas fired the second no-hitter in program history as Elms swept a NECC doubleheader against Southern Vermont on Tuesday. Elms won 6-0 to started the afternoon and closed out the sweep with a dramatic, 2-1 extra-innings win.
Head Coach Rich Garrett recorded his 100th win Tuesday evening when St. Joseph's (L.I.) earned an 8-6 victory in game one of a non-conference matchup against the New Jersey City University. The Golden Eagles came up short in game two, 5-3.
Deuces are wild for 22-2 Franklin moves into the Top 25 taking over the 22nd spot. Trinity keeps the top spot with Wooster making the move to second, ahead of UW-Whitewater. Randolph-Macon and UMass-Boston round out the top five teams.
Cortland junior Jake Casey tossed a nine-inning no-hitter - the Red Dragons' second no-hitter in as many days - in a 21-0 victory over visiting Canton in the first game of a non-league doubleheader. Casey struck out 14 batters.
Cortland senior Christian Dufresne stole the show on Senior Day by throwing the 19th no-hitter in program history and the first since 2011 as the nationally 10th-ranked Red Dragons defeated Elmira, 8-1, in the first game on a non-league doubleheader.
Competing in two tight games out west in Abilene, the East Texas Baptist University baseball team came away with a split in their American Southwest Conference series against McMurry University winning game one, 6-5, but dropping game two, 11-10. ETBU is now 18-15 overall and 9-9 in the ASC.
Washington College's P.J. Mikulus tossed his first career no-hitter, 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.
Gordon set high marks on Friday with a sweep of Endicott with their first sweep of a ranked opponent and defeating the highest ranked time in school history. In the USA South tournament, La Grange is the only undefeated team, advancing to the title game.
The Randolph-Macon Yellow Jackets added two more in the win column on Saturday as did twelve other Top 25 teams. Only Christopher Newport, Spalding and Endicott failed to win twice with each getting a split on the day.
The Lynx improve their winning streak with the program's first ever no-hitter. In game one of the double header versus the Pine Manor Gators, Pablo Casas pitched a complete game and led the Lynx to a 15-0 victory. The Lynx rallied to take game two, 4-3.
Joel Pierce helped Wheaton (Ill.) to a 2-1 record against CCIW rival Illinois Wesleyan and was named NCBWA Rookie of the week for his efforts. He joins Chris Fowler and Matt D’Ambrosia on the weekly NCWBA honor role.
Wooster rode the arm of Andrew Hill to win in a match-up of mideast powerhouse teams on Thursday. In the USA South Tournament, N.C. Wesleyan and La Grange are the lone unbeaten teams with Methodist and Piedmont the remaining one-loss teams after day two.
UMass-Boston Beacons continued their win-streak as they earned their eighth straight following a 9-2 win over Roger Williams giving longtime head coach Brendan Eygabroat his 300th career victory as the Beacons skipper Wednesday afternoon at Paolino Field.
Scott Eisenmeger joined the 200 hit club, the third in the last week, as St. John Fisher defeated Bockport. In a key WIAC doubleheader, noting was settles as UW-Whitewater and UW-Oshkosh split the pair.
10th-ranked Cortland defeated host Ithaca, 10-4, to give Red Dragon head coach Joe Brown his 700th career victory. Brown is the second-fastest Division III coach to reach the 700-win mark, accomplishing the feat in 882 games.
Jack Herzing was unhittable but Hilbert is on a roll with two milestone wins in their last two games. Despite not registering a hit, the Hawks capitalized on a couple errors late against the Lions, and snapped a 36-game losing streak to Behrend.
With a split of of a Sunday doubleheader with George Fox, Pacific Lutheran secured the top spot in the NWC and will host the conference tournament in two weeks. In other action Babson came back from seven runs down to win and Eureka shocked Webster.