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D3 Regionals: Eastern Connecticut rebounds with convincing win over Suffolk

Eastern Conn picks up a big win (Photo courtesy of Little East Conference/Bob Molta)

Eastern Conn picks up a big win (Photo courtesy of Little East Conference/Bob Molta)

MANSFIELD Conn.- The first three innings of the opening game of day two of the Division III New England Regional saw fifth seeded Suffolk match top seeded Eastern Connecticut run for run and the teams were tied 2-2 entering the fourth.

The Warriors pushed across two in top of the fourth to go ahead 4-2 and the Rams were poised to respond in turn during the bottom of the inning.

But Eastern’s Will Musson had other plans. Continue reading

Division 3 New England Regionals: Day 1 Recap

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Courtesy of Little East Conference (Bob Molta Photo)

The College Baseball Blog was in attendance on May 13th for the first day of action in the 2009 Division 3 New England Regional in Mansfield Connecticut. The first game of the day featured WPI taking on Suffolk College which was won by WPI by a score of 7-6. The game was WPI’s first in the NCAA Tournament in the 106 year history of their program. The second game of the day featured Babson taking on the host school of Eastern Connecticut State. Babson used a big seven run second inning to grab a 9-0 lead and hold on for a 10-6 victory. The third game of the day saw Trinity (CT) take on Westfield State. The Bantams were able to get a James Wood homer which gave them the lead for good as they picked up the 6-4 victory. The final game of the night saw Southern Maine take on Husson. Southern Maine was able to pick up a 5-4 ten inning victory on a Mike Eaton single to right field. Continue reading

D3 Regionals: WPI Rallies to beat Suffolk

MANSFIELD CONN.- The opening game of the Division III New England regional began with a dominating pitching performance by WPI senior Conor Fahey that appeared to put the Engineers in line for an easy win. But a late rally by Suffolk forced WPI to produce a comeback of their own to pull out the win at Eastern Connecticut Baseball Stadium. Continue reading