Junior Nick Gross hit for the cycle in game two and also homered in the opener as the MSOE baseball team scored 52 runs in sweeping Maranatha in a pair of seven-inning games Tuesday afternoon at The Rock Complex.
Occidental's Eamon McNeil and Whittier's Michael Angulo slugged their way to a spot on the eleventh edition of the 2018 D3baseball.com Team of the Week. McNeil earned his spot as an outfielder and Angulo as a designated hitter. Full list.....
The top five teams all hold steady with Keystone and UW-Stevens Point earning a spot in this weeks Top 25. Spalding and Oswego State drop just outside the first 25 teams as they fall out of the Top 25.
Penn State Behrend split with Pitt-Greensburg Sunday afternoon in AMCC action. Greensburg took game one 2-1 before Behrend took a 21-12 win in the nightcap, giving head coach Paul Benim his 600th career victory.
Case Western Reserve clinched at least a share of the 2018 UAA Championship with a 4-0 win over Washington University on Sunday afternoon. The Spartans can secure the league title outright with just one loss by Emory in their series at NYU.
Wabash scored twice in the tenth inning and needed both as Manchester fell a run short in a 10-9 final. Beloit also needed overtime to beat Illinois College on Sunday, scoring once in three extra frames until the Blue Boys could not match the tally in the eleventh inning.
Ramapo swept the Scarlet Raiders of Rutgers Newark today as Cory Heitler fired a no-hitter in game one to lead Ramapo to a 2-0 victory, and Jon Brignoni collected a win from the mound in game two as Ramapo earned a 3-2 victory.
Sophomore Nick Figus's single knocked in Stephen Billington in the 10th inning to give Illinois Wesleyan a 7-6 win over Millikin in Decatur on Thursday and give Titan head coach Dennis Martel his 800th career victory.
The Mules swept Washington College, 7-5 and 8-1, to extend their winning streak to four and climb into the thick of the Centennial Conference playoff race. To top it off, the win in the second game was the 100th for head coach Tod Gross.
Methodist swept Maryville on Saturday, adding to their resume for when at-large bids are awarded. The Monarchs are shopping for one after falling out of the conference tournament. Out west George Fox is in the driver set for the NWC bid.
Randolph-Macon took two from Shenandoah for control of the ODAC race with only Roanoke standing in the way of a regular season title. Elsewhere it was a milestone day for Wooster head coach Tim Pettorini, now with the fifth most wins in D-III history.
Matthew Devillier pitched a no-hitter for Centenary on Friday evening in the second game of the day. Devillier walked two and struck out 12. It was almost a double no-hitter as Kaleb Kirk took his own no-hitter into the seventh inning of the first game.
In 11 seasons since Pete Egbert took over as head coach, Misericordia has become synonymous with winning and now in his 16th season as a collegiate head coach, Egbert reached the 400-win mark for his career with a 13-5 victory over Manhattanville.
Lancaster Bible swept its second straight NEAC doubleheader on Friday, defeating Keuka, 6-3 in game one, and holding on for a crazy 13-11 game two victory. With the game one victory, Lancaster Bible Head Coach TJ Horn earned his 100th career coaching victory.
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.
Timmy Gorton set Eastern's hit record with his 198th hit, a two-run home run as the Eagles defeated Wesley. Up north, UMass-Boston kept their Little East record perfect with a two-out single in the 11th to defeat Southern Maine.
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.