Manhatanville split a MAC Freedom doubleheader against Eastern Sunday, dropping game one 4-3 before bouncing back and winning game two in walk-off fashion 6-5. The game two walk-off marked 300 victories at Manhatanville for head coach Jeff Caulfield.
Dickinson head coach Craig Hanson recorded his 200th career win as the Red Devils swept a doubleheader from Keuka on Friday afternoon. The Red Devils captured the opener 9-2 and closed out spring break with a 3-0 shutout in the nightcap.
Hope opened the 2019 season in grand fashion Friday by firing the eighth no-hitter in team history. The Flying Dutchmen recorded an 11-0 victory in seven innings against Clarkson in Auburndale, Florida.
Grove City freshman left fielder Colton Lineman hit for the cycle Friday afternoon to help lead the Wolverines to a 7-0 win over Penn State Greater Allegheny in non-conference play at Kelly Automotive Park.
No. 8 Swarthmore swatted their way to two wins on Thursday with the pitching tossing 11 consecutive shutout innings. Centennial rival Johns Hopkins also pitched their way to a win. Every team in the Centennial is at .500 or above with a combined 61-22 record.
Catholic needed come-back magic to stay undefeated on their spring trip and extend their wining string to seven games.Wheaton (Mass.) and Ithaca used their bats to get wins while it was pitching that propelled RPI to a Wednesday win.
With two one-run wins over Marywood, Washington College set the high-water mark for a start by the Shoremen on Monday. Top ranked Wooster is still looking for their first win after an opening day loss to Swarthmore.
The Coast Guard Bears took two from Finlandia on Sunday as brooms were out for Shenandoah and SUNY Poly as well. The Hornet set down Emory and Henry and the Wildcats opened their season with a sweep of Colby-Sawyer.
John Carroll finished their stay in Florida with a 13-3 win over DeSales, leaving with a 4-3 record. Fontbonne picked up their 10th win before suffering the first loss on the season to Fitchburg State.
Knocking on the door in the Top 25, Adrian made a bid for entry with a comeback win at Oglethorpe. Meanwhile, Huntingdon won a D-III best 13th game, also coming from behind as the Hawks defeated LaGrange 5-4.
Grove City College sophomore pitcher Lake Pry threw the Wolverines' first no-hitter in 19 years Thursday March 7 to help lead Grove City to a 10-0 victory over Penn State New Kensington at Lake Myrtle Field.
Penn State Altoona finished their Tuesday game on Wednesday in comeback fashion, defeating Clark 8-7. Only No. 21 Misericordia escaped a postponement for Top 25 teams, besting Baldwin-Wallace by a run. Concordia-Moorhead continues to swing a hot bat, scoring 68 runs in their first four games.
RPI struck out fifteen AMCATS to record a win in Florida. Fontbonne and York also won with double digit strikeouts on their spring break trips. In the new Top 25, Chapman, Salisbury and Piedmont all fell on Tuesday.
Wooster and Rowan stayed 1-2 in the second D3baseball.com/NCBWA Top 25 in the 2019 season with Christopher Newport making the jump to third and Huntingdon joining the Top 10 with the best record in D-III baseball.
Birmingham-Southern no hit the Roanoke Maroons 7-0 on Monday evening. Adam Richards got the start for BSC and pitched four no-hit innings. Hanan Mauldin Preston Jenkins, Tristan Harvin and Paul Williamson pitched in relief in the combined no-hitter.
Head Coach Frank Pericolosi earned his 400th career win on Sunday as the Pomona-Pitzer Baseball team split their road doubleheader with Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) opponent La Verne with a 9-3 win in game one and an 8-1 loss in game two on Sunday afternoon at Ben Hines Field.