SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Tom Fortier and Matt Correale combined on a seven-hitter, and Southern Maine scored four runs in the seventh inning to earn a 4-0 win Saturday night over Ithaca and advance to the championship round of the New York Regional in the NCAA Division III baseball tournament.

The Huskies (33-12) need two wins Sunday against Oswego State (31-8), which knocked USM into the losers’ bracket by rallying for a 6-4 win earlier Saturday.

Fortier allowed five hits in five innings but left with the game still 0-0. Correale gave up two hits over the last four innings.

USM broke through in the top of the seventh on a walk to Dylan Hapworth, a double by Kip Richard and a passed ball. Richard scored on a bunt single by Paul McDonough to make it 2-0, Devin Warren singled home another run, and Zach Quintal capped the outburst with a double.

Earlier, Oswego State earned its spot in the championship game as the last remaining undefeated team in the double-elimination tournament by rallying for three runs in the bottom of the eighth against Southern Maine.

Matt Bender, Paul McDonough and Devin Warren had two hits apiece for USM, which briefly took a 4-3 lead in the top of the eighth. Warren singled home Richard with the go-ahead run after Richard started the inning with a single.

MAINE 2, ALBANY 1: The Black Bears (21-27, 8-12 America East) allowed just four hits and defeated the Great Danes (24-24, 10-13) in their regular-season finale in Orono.

Brandon Vicens drove in a run with a bunt single and Hernen Sardinas hit an RBI groundout in the fourth inning for Maine.

Albany scored in the fifth on a bases-loaded walk.

Eddie Emerson (2-0) earned the win, striking out four in two innings of relief.

The two teams will meet again in the opening game of the America East tournament at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Lowell, Massachusetts.