Benedictine earned two more wins on Monday, sweeping Edgewood as they build up an at-large resume for the NCAA playoff field. Elsewhere playoff seeding were secured as Muhlenberg won the final spot in the Centennial, keeping out last years champion, Swarthmore.
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.
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.
Denison exploded for seven first inning runs in their home opener to steam roll John Carroll. Washington and Jefferson set a program record for hits in a game in their win over Union. Muhlenberg did not need much scoring as they earned their first shutout in three years.
Muhlenberg earned their second straight win, with a 13-8 victory over Catholic in Myrtle Beach S.C. Further south in Florida, it was Concordia-Chicago coming out ahead of St, John Fisher in a game between teams in this weeks Top 25.