Senior Stephen Keskinidis fired a no-hitter against the Fitchburg State Falcons in a dominating performance on Friday afternoon. Keskinidis, struck out five and walked three to lead the Vikings to a 1-0 MASCAC victory in game one of a scheduled doubleheader.
Reigning SCAC Pitcher of the Week Austin Smith followed his dominant performance against No. 4 Trinity University with his first no-hitter of the season to defeat the University of Dallas Crusaders 15-0 in seven innings.
Nathan Sides' 259th hit of his career set the high water mark for Alvernia on a day where Rowan and Babson won contests between Top 10 teams. Top ranked Concordia-Chicago had their hands full with UW-La Crosse as they saw their 24 game win streak end.
Mitchell never trailed in a 5-2 victory over Nichols on Wednesday afternoon at Alumni Field. The Mariners won their ninth straight game to improve to 23-6 on the season. Head coach Travis Beausoleil also reached a milestone with his 200th career victory.
A pair of the NCBWA Div. III weekly honors went to New England pitchers, while a 9-for-12 week at the dish for claimed the week eight hitter certificate. This week’s performances spanned games played April 8-14.
TCNJ at Rowan was circled on most D-III fans early in January and the Profs took the first of a two home-home set that is expected to decide the NJAC regular season title. 100 more games were played today and most just as important.
Ryan Bixler was the solo home run shy of the home run cycle as Franklin split with Rose-Hulman on Tuesday. Elsewhere, Middlebury sent D-I Dartmouth to defeat as Denison and Wooster swept their games to go 19=8-0 collectively in the NCAC.
Coe and Concordia (Texas) are new to the Top 25 this week as Huntingdon and Cal Lutheran drop out. For the first time this year the top three teams remain the same with Concordia-Chicago remaining at number one.
Union's Colin Nye is one of six pitchers that earned a spot on the tenth D3baseball.com Team of the Week. He joins Jonathan Cole, Franklin & Marshall, Zack Landy, Alvernia, and Diego Ramirez, Occidental in the starting rotation.
Monday saw a quarter of the scheduled games postponed and cancelled before the first pitch today. Albion, Covenent St. Scholastica, and UW-Whitewater got on the diamond to earn sweeps of their opponents.
Elms picked up two big conference wins on Sunday, sweeping their doubleheader with Newbury, giving head coach Scott Netkovick his 100th win.
The Blazers host Anna Maria College tonight at Mackenzie Stadium in non-conference action, with the first pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Louisiana College scored one in the 12th and escaped with a 6-5 win over Hardin-Simmons in ASC conference play to avoid being swept. SUNY Poly had a tougher road, scoring six to tie the game before prevailing in the tenth inning.
Methodist earned a delayed series opening win over William Peace on a day that saw half the top 25 schedule cancelled due to rain and snow. The Centennial saw both ranked teams in the conference fall on Sunday.
A full day of action saw Willamette's Matt Steindorf set a school pitching record. Teams made moves within their conferences, some like Washington and Jefferson increase their hold on first or others like Catholic who improved their conference position.
Top ranked Concordia-Chicago made school history with their record 21st straight win on Saturday. It was not the same for Swarthmore who failed to win a game in two tries and Washington who saw their long win streak end.
Baruch defeated the Bloodhounds of John Jay at MCU Park in Brooklyn. The game was called after the 6th inning due to rain, with the Bearcats ahead 2-0. Head Coach Jose Torres earned his 200th career win tonight in the victory.
Brandeis head coach Derek Carlson '91 reached the 300-career win plateau tonight as the Judges defeated visiting Becker, 17-13, in a marathon game on Stein Diamond. The win was Carlson's 39th as Brandeis's head coach, with his previous 261 at Roger Williams.
Haverford head coach Dave Beccaria picked up his 400th career win on Wednesday afternoon. The Fords picked up a crucial Centennial Conference win in the process, downing visiting Ursinus by a 7-3 final at Kannerstein Field.
For the sixth time in seven weeks, the NCBWA Div. III Rookie of the Week went to a freshman from the Mideast Region, while a no-hitter and a six-long ball week took home the Pitcher and Hitter of the Week honors for games spanning April 1-7.
Four Oswego State pitchers combined to no-hit Clarkson in the second game of a doubleheader and Kieran Finnegan pitched a complete game for the 4-1 decision in the opener to fuel the sweep on Wednesday afternoon.
Penn State-Behrend senior Scott Sada set the career doubles record with his 82nd double of his four year career as the Lions split with Medaille on Wednesday. No. 2 Christopher Newport slugged their way to a 27-3 win as Jordan Mason got his 200th hit in his career.
Benedictine earned a split afer a tought 2-1 loss to Concordia (Wisc.) in a NACC battle on Monday. Most regions took the day off with most of the action centered in the Mid-Atlabtic and Midwest regions.
Hendrix finished up a SAA series win over Sewanee and set a new high water mark in wins by a Cowboy baseball team with their 24th victory. A 30 win season is in their sights with seven more games before the SAA postseason.