CHANDLER, Ariz. — Dave Kahn had three hits and two RBI on Friday to lead the Johns Hopkins baseball team to a 9-1 victory over Southern Maine.

Sam Eagleson struck out six over eight innings, and John Swarr added a three-run homer to help the Blue Jays (10-3) past the Huskies (5-1).

Mike Eaton went 3 for 3 with two singles and a double to lead USM.


BOWDOIN SWEEPS ROGER WILLIAMS: The Polar Bears (7-1) extended their winning streak to five games with a doubleheader sweep over the Hawks, winning 11-7 and 4-1 at Winter Haven, Fla.

Bowdoin jumped out to a big lead and held off Roger Williams in the opener, as Tim Welch scattered eight hits and struck out six over five innings. Reid Auger went 3 for 4 with a double, a home run and two RBI.

Oliver Van Zant dominated in the second game, striking out 10 and allowing two hits. Auger went 2 for 3 with a double, a walk, a stolen base and two RBI.


BOWDOIN 5, BETHEL 4: Julia Jacobs allowed three hits and struck out six in six innings, Lauren Coven had a two-run single, and Toni DaCampo had a run-scoring double to lead the Polar Bears past Bethel at Clermont, Fla.

Jamie Paul had a double and a single for the Polar Bears.

Bowdoin clinched the win in the seventh, thanks to a sharp throw from shortstop Shavonne Lord to catcher Clare Ronan, nabbing the potential tying run at the plate.


ITHACA 2, BOWDOIN 1: Kara Nilan struck out 10 but gave up a solo homer and the go-ahead run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh as Ithaca rallied past the Polar Bears (6-2) at Clermont, Fla.

Hillary Smyth and Caroline Dewar each had two hits for Bowdoin, and Nilan had a double.


WILLIAMS 97, GUILFORD 88: Blake Schultz scored 18 of his 25 points in the second half to lift the Ephs (30-1) past the past the Quakers (30-3) in an NCAA Division III semifinal at Salem, Va.

Williams extended its winning streak to 21 games and advanced to today’s championship game against Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

Schultz hit five of Williams’ 16 3-pointers, helping the Ephs rally from an 11-point deficit early in the second half.

Joe Geoghegan of Cape Elizabeth moved into third place on the career rebounding list for Williams. He finished with seven points, six rebounds and two assists.


UNION 3, ST. LAWRENCE 1: Adam Presizniuk scored the go-ahead goal midway through the third period, and Keith Kinkaid had 29 saves to lead Union over St. Lawrence in an ECAC semifinal at Albany, N.Y.


CORNELL 3, BROWN 0: Ben Scrivens made 23 saves and John Esposito had a goal and an assist, leading Cornell to a victory over Brown in an ECAC semifinal at Albany, N.Y.

Cornell (20-8-4) extended its unbeaten streak to five games and will try for its 12th conference championship today.


CORNELL 3, MERCYHURST 2: Catherine White scored the winner 13:14 into overtime as Cornell beat top-seeded Mercyhurst to advance to the national title game in Minneapolis.

Laura Fortino and Karlee Overguard also scored for the Big Red, who will face the winner of Friday’s second semifinal between No. 3 Minnesota and No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth.

Amanda Mazzotta made 28 saves in net for Cornell (21-8-6).

Kylie Rossler and Meghan Corbett scored for Mercyhurst (30-3-3), which was looking to advance to the title game for the second straight year. Lakers goaltender Hillary Pattenden finished with 27 saves.

White poked home a loose puck during a scramble in front of Pattenden after Overguard had created a turnover at the Mercyhurst blue line. Along with the tying goal 7:06 into the third period, Overguard had two assists.

















BOSTON COLLEGE 3, VERMONT 0: Junior John Muse earned his second shutout of the season and Jimmy Hayes had a goal and two assists, leading the Eagles past the Catamounts in the Hockey East semifinals in Boston.

The second-seeded Eagles (24-10-3) advanced to their 14th Hockey East title game. Boston College will try for its fourth title in six years when it faces the winner of the Boston University-Maine semifinal in Saturday’s championship game. Boston University is the defending national champion.

Muse made 30 saves, including stopping Colin Vock on a short-handed breakaway with just under a minute left in the second period.

Ben Smith and Chris Kreider also scored for Boston College.

Vermont (17-14-7) reached the semifinals by beating New Hampshire in a best-of-three series.


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