Alex Weinstein rapped two doubles and a single and knocked in two runs on Wednesday to power New Jersey City University to a 12-5 baseball victory over Husson University of Bangor at Auburndale, Florida.
Michael Martucci and Andrew Niech each singled three times amidst New Jersey City’s 17-hit attack, while Adam Feldman posted two singles and two RBIs and Eric Giordano and Taylor Born each added a single and two RBIs.
Kevin DeMauro spaced 13 hits and five runs over seven innings with four strikeouts and two walks to pick up the win for the Gothic Knights (3-3).
Andrew Curran collected three singles for Husson (1-5), which piled up 14 hits. Adam Wilson (RBI) and Christian Corneil each stroked a double and a single, while Ryan Rebar (RBI), Brandon Gendreau (RBI) and Kyle Bishop contributed two singles apiece.
Starter Zak Kochis (0-1) surrendered eight hits and six runs (three earned) in 4⅓ innings.
Cen. Michigan 9, Maine 5
At Clearwater, Florida, Central Michigan used a five-run second inning to take the lead for good in a win over the University of Maine.
Rachael Knapp allowed five hits and two runs with 11 strikeouts in 6 ⅔ innings to get the win for the Chippewas (5-10). Two-run singles by Kristen Kuhlman and Katelyn Rentschler were the big blows in the second inning.
Felicia Lennon sparked UMaine (9-10) with a solo home run and two singles. EmJ Fogel drilled a two-run double in the Black Bears’ three-run first. Erin Bogdanovich took the loss, giving up three hits and five runs in one inning.
At Diamondplex in Winter Haven, Florida, Illinois Wesleyan shut out the Eagles 8-0 and St. Scholastica edged Husson University of Bangor 7-5.
In the first game, Chloe Montgomery and Megan O’Donnell combined on a three-hit shutout for Illinois Wesleyan (7-0). Maggie Graham had two singles for the winners, who received a single and two RBIs from Montgomery and an RBI double from Sam Gudat.
Kayla Merrill, Casey Lopes and Haley Spiers singled for Husson (2-4) behind starter and losing pitcher Deb Colpitts.
In Game 2, Chrisi Mizera (9 strikeouts, 4 walks) pitched six shutout innings, then survived a five-run seventh by the Eagles.
Kara Warren and Kasandra McCabe each belted a two-run home run for 5-7 St. Scholastica.
Colpitts paced Husson with a two-run single and Merrill provided an RBI single to back losing pitcher Alannah Healy.
WATERVILLE, Maine — Kevin Seiler tallied six goals and two assists to propel the Mules to victory over the Mariners.
Derek Youngman had a hat trick and registered six assists for Colby College, which set a school record for most goals, while Tanner Holifield, Mark Philipps, John Grimaldi and Taylor Dietrick notched two goals apiece.
Tyler Will made four saves, Justin Waligory had three and Harrison Zhu did not make any stops for the 2-1 Mules, who built a 19-2 halftime lead.
Mike Fuller paced Maine Maritime Academy of Castine with two goals, while Bronson Guimond and A.J. Larrabee netted one each. Peter Moore provided two assists and Nicholas Betti had one.
James Wilgus came up with 22 saves and Jacob Rondeau did not face a shot.
The Mules set a team record for goals in a game. Colby teams in 1986 and 2001 had scored 24 goals.
WESTON, Massachusetts — Nicky Rodrigo scored four goals and set up another as Regis defeated Husson University of Bangor.
Peter Leighton came up with three goals and two assists and Jack O’Brien provided two goals and an assist for the winners (2-0). D.J. Barrile and Tyler Estes combined to make 19 saves.
Kevin Nolan and Brett Martin tallied a goal and an assist each for the 0-2 Eagles. Jack White, Brandon Corbo, Zack Glazier and Trent Sell contributed a goal apiece. Andrew Tarr made 11 saves.