SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Southern Maine scored seven runs in the third inning Friday night and rolled to a 10-1 victory over The College of New Jersey in the New York Regional of the NCAA Division III baseball tournament.

Devin Warren hit a two-run triple to cap the Huskies’ big inning. Southern Maine tacked on three runs in the sixth, with Zach Quintal and Dylan Hapworth each contributing an RBI double.

Quintal and Matt Bender each scored two runs, and Hapworth finished with two RBI.

Tyler Leavitt (5-0) earned the win, allowing one run on four hits and three walks with two strikeouts in 72/3 innings.

Gage Feeney struck out three and allowed one hit in the final 11/3 inning.

Southern Maine (32-11) has won its first two games of the regional after falling in the Little East Conference tournament.

The Huskies will play Oswego State at 11 a.m. Saturday, with the winner advancing to the championship round.

TCNJ (32-12) faces Ithaca in an elimination game.

ALBANY SWEEPS MAINE: Travis Collins singled home Connor Powers in the top of the 10th inning, sending Albany (24-23, 10-12 America East) to a 3-2 win that capped a doubleheader sweep of the Black Bears (20-27, 7-12) at Orono.

Maine fell just short in the first game, rallying for four runs in the ninth before losing 7-6.

The Great Danes took a 1-0 lead in the first inning of the late game before Maine tied it in the second when Jonathan Bennett raced home on Caleb Kerbs’ grounder to short.

Maine added a run in the third when Christopher Bec’s sacrifice fly scored Jeremy Pena.

Albany evened the game again in the sixth on an RBI single by Kyle Sacks.

Collins led Albany in the opener as he registered a double and a triple, scored twice and drove in two runs.

Albany broke a 1-1 tie with a three-run sixth, highlighted by Collins’ two-run triple.

The Great Danes added three runs in the seventh to widen the lead to 7-1 before Maine countered with one in the seventh and four more in the ninth.

Bennett and Hernen Sardinas hit RBI singles for Maine in the ninth, but the Black Bears left the tying run on second.

Maine and Albany conclude the regular season with a game in Orono at 1 p.m. Saturday.