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Mass. College Sports: Friday’s Schedule

By NoontimeSports.com

A couple local squads will be competing in various NCAA tournaments this morning, afternoon and evening, and below are the times.

NCAA Division III New England Baseball Regional:

* No. 4 Western New England vs. No. 6 St. Joseph’s (ME), 9:30 a.m. — Elimination Game

* No. 2 Wheaton College vs. No. 8 Daniel Webster, 1 p.m. — Elimination Game

* No. 1 Southern Maine vs. No. 3 Endicott College, 4:30 p.m.

* St. Joe’s/WNE vs. Daniel Webster/Wheaton, 8 p.m. — Elimination Game

NCAA Division III Ithaca Regional:

* No. 1 Ithaca College vs. No. 6 Amherst College, 4:30 p.m.

NCAA Division III Softball Championship Tournament:

* Tufts University vs. Texas-Tyler @ Eau Claire, WI, 5 p.m.

Mass. College Baseball: MIT, Salem State Eliminated From New England Regional

By Matt Noonan 

MIT’s baseball season concluded this morning in Harwich as the Engineers saw its three-run lead erased by a four-run fifth inning and a five-run seventh by Daniel Webster in the NCAA Division III New England Regional Baseball Tournament.

The No. 8 seeded Daniel Webster dropped their first tournament game yesterday to No. 1 Southern Maine, 5-2, but kept their playoff hopes alive with a 10-4 victory against the fifth seeded Engineers.

The Eagles will play the loser of Endicott College-Wheaton College tomorrow at 1 p.m.

Hayden Cornwell began the Engineers three-run first inning by driving in Creed Mangrum, who led off the frame with an infield single. Parker Tew followed with a two-run home run to provide MIT with a 3-0 lead, but Daniel Webster trimmed the deficit in the top of the second off a triple by Tyler Bonin, who sent Elliot Kilgore to the plate.

MIT responded in the bottom of the inning with their fourth and final run as James McKinney sent K.J. Parent to the dish on a single to right field.

Aric Dama, who started for the Engineers, pitched four and one-third innings, but gave up five earned runs. He did finish with two strikeouts, though.

MIT’s season concludes with a 27-13 mark, as well as this year’s ECAC Division III New England Baseball champions.

Excluding MIT, Salem State, another local squad, saw its season conclude with a 7-5 setback to St. Joseph’s (ME) in the second game of the day.

The Vikings lost to Wheaton last night, 5-3, and never led the Monks. Ryan Beliveau recorded two of his team’s five runs, along with one hit, while teammates Kevin Salines, Brett Cahill, Richard Fecteau and Matt Burgess each recorded one RBI.

Salem State’s season ends with a 25-15 overall record, as well as this year’s Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) champions. The Vikings hadn’t won their conference crown since 2006.

Mass. College Baseball: ECAC Region Day One Schedule

By Matt Noonan 

The road to the NCAA Division III baseball tournament begins this morning in Harwich as four local squads, along with four New England teams will be competing in a double-elimination tournament.

The tournament, which begins today, will conclude on Sunday, May 19, with the winner earning an automatic bid to the championship bracket.

Wheaton College won the New England Regionals last season and advanced to the World Series for the second time in program history, but came up short to Marietta College, the same squad that defeated them in 2006.

Below is today’s schedule and for more information on the bracket — HOP HERE

* MIT vs. Western New England, 9:30 a.m.

* Southern Maine vs. Daniel Webster, 1 p.m.

* Endicott College vs. St. Joseph’s (ME), 4:30 p.m.

* Wheaton College vs. Salem State, 8 p.m.

Mass. College Baseball: NU Defeats UMass In Beanpot, 6-3

By NoontimeSports.com 

The Northeastern University baseball team captured its first Beanpot crown since 2009 as the Huskies defeated UMass at Fenway Park this evening, 6-3.

UMass jumped out to a 2-0 lead after three frames, but Northeastern rallied with four runs in the fourth, which included a home run by Rob Fonseca that reached the Green Monster to secure the lead for good.

Fonseca finished with two runs, two hits and one RBI, while teammates Michael FosterJohn Puttress and Pete Castoldi combined for four runs. Matt Cook picked up his second win on the bump, while Michael Foster recorded his first save of the season.

Rob McLam and Dylan Begin combined for UMass’ three runs, while Aaron Plunkett earned his fourth loss of the season.

With the win, NU improves to 24-17 overall, while UMass slips to 10-25.

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