OLD ORCHARD BEACH — Tyler Brown recorded the first perfect game in the history of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association World Series as Spalding University of Kentucky eliminated Rochester (Mich.) College with a 3-0 victory Monday at The Ballpark.

Brown struck out six and needed just 74 pitches to retire all 21 Rochester batters.

Bryan Clemmons drove in all three runs.

 

SOUTHERN VIRGINIA 7, ROCHESTER 4: Brandon Alexander hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 10th inning as Southern Virginia (29-8) won a game that was suspended after nine innings because of rain Saturday.

Rochester had taken a 4-3 lead in the top of the 10th on a sacrifice fly by Steve Bedsole.

 

ROBERT MORRIS-SPRINGFIELD 12, SELMA 1: Corban Govaia drove in three runs and Pete Dayton hit a two-run homer as Robert Morris-Springfield won an elimination game.

Joshua Ramirez pitched a three-hitter.

 

APPRENTICE 6, BRIARCLIFFE 2: Andrew Yonta hit a two-run triple and Chris Perry doubled home a pair of runs as Apprentice School (27-14) of Virginia remained unbeaten with a win over Briarcliffe (28-15) of New York.

 

SOUTHERN VIRGINIA 3, PENN STATE-GREATER ALLEGHENY 2: Southern Virginia (30-8) overcame an early 2-0 deficit to beat Penn State-Greater Allegheny (29-12-1) in a winners’ bracket game.

Brandon Alexander singled home the tying run in the bottom of the sixth, and a throwing error allowed Boston Bushnell to score the winning run.