COLLEGE BASEBALL

Hood 4-6, Albright 0-0

Jordan Patterson tossed a two-hit shutout in the second game, walking four and striking out two. In game one, he went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI.

Brad Sawyer and Ryan D’Allesandro combined on a five-hit shutout in the opener. Sawyer went six innings, striking out four, walking two and allowing five hits.

D’Allesandro completed a perfect seventh inning in relief. Sawyer started game two at first base and went 2 for 3 with a double and triple.

Sam Wheeler went a perfect 3 for 3 in game two with two runs batted in.

CCBC-Essex 1-2, FCC 0-8

Jacob Wetzel had a double in the second game of the doubleheader for Frederick Community College (25-12).

Wagner 8, MSM 2

Myles Nicholson led Mount St. Mary’s offense on the day with the only multi-hit game.

Thomas Savastio, Patrick Causa, Alex Kriss, A.J. Narcise, and Ryan Fisher added the other five hits for the Mountaineers. Brenden Kennedy started for Mount St. Mary’s and pitched 4 2/3 innings while he only allowed one earned run.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

MSM 4-6, Bryant 3-2

Jessica Nines went 4-for-5 with a home run in the doubleheader to lead the Mount St. Mary’s offense while Amanda Berkley picked up the victory in each game. The Mount improves to 21-24 overall and 6-6 in the Northeast Conference with the victories.

The Mount’s 21 wins this season are the most by the Mountaineers since the 2010 team finished with a 25-25 record. It is just the fifth time in program history that the Mount has won 20 or more games in a season.

Arcadia 6-9, Hood 0-0

Jasmine Webster had a three-hit day for Hood with two doubles.

MEN’S LACROSSE

Hobart 11, MSM 8

Luke Frankeny had two goals with one assist for Mount St. Mary’s. Brendan Doyle and Brenden McCarthy each had one goal with one assist.

Dylan Furnback had 12 saves.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

MSM 19, Bryant 8

Mount St. Mary’s won its 10th straight game, which ties the record for the longest win streak in program history. The Mountaineers also won 10 consecutive contests during the 2004 campaign, when they went on to claim their first-ever Northeast Conference (NEC) Championship.

The Mountaineers improved to 13-2 overall and a perfect 5-0 in conference play with the win to remain atop the league standings. The 13 wins for the Mountaineers are tied for the third-most in a season in program history.

The team’s record for victories in a season came during the 2004 season when they won 15 games.

Jordan Butler had six goals for the Mount. Carly Miller had four goals with one assist. Kate Kinsella had three goals with four assists. Zoe Hurlburt had two goals with one assist. Emily Davis had two goals. Jordan Grover had one goal with three assists.

Jillian Petito had five saves.

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