WINSTON-SELEM, NC – The hot series of the Rider baseball team at the end of the 2021 season is transferred directly to the 2022 campaign.
Brendan O’Donnell spent five races, and the Bronx beat Lafayette 6-4 on Saturday afternoon to complete a great weekend that already included victories over Georgetown and the VCU.
In the second inning O’Donnell launched Homer from three rounds to bring Ryder ahead (3-0), and in the ninth he made a couple of insurance runs, making a double of two.
Scott Shaw chaired for the second time in as many days to account for the second race.
Rutgers 18, Houston Baptist 3
HUSTON – Richie Schickafer went 5 to 6, Chris Brita rolled in four races, and the Scarlet Knights (2-0) struck 21 in their win over Husky (0-2). Rutgers scored 10 runs at the top of the sixth inning.
Rider 71, Canisius 57
LAURENSVILLE – Rafael Toussaint scored 18 points and led four players in double-digit numbers, while the Bronx (8-16, 6-9) won their second straight in a row, finishing the Golden Griffins season (4-22, 2-15).
Makaila Firebo finished 14 points, and Lenaeicha Evans and Anna Eckerstedt finished 10.
TCNJ 85, Rutgers-Newark 54
UING – Julia Setra scored 14 points, Sydney Bloom added 13, and the Lions with eight seeded (12-12) defeated the Scarlet Flyers with ninth seed (4-19) in the first round of the NJAC tournament.
TCNJ advanced to the quarterfinals against Keane, seeded best.
TCNJ 81, Ramapo 74
EWING – Jason Laranai joined the six three-pointers and finished with 20 points ahead of the Lions, who finished eighth (10-13), ahead of the Roadrunners, who finished ninth (6-17) in the first round of the tournament. NJAC.
Anthony Dicario added 15 points and Danny Bodin scored 12 for TCNJ, which was 13 3-pointers. In the quarterfinals, the Lions will face Stockton, who is seeded number one.
Rutgers 13, Army 10
PISCATAWAY – Ronan Jacoby scored six times, Brian Cameron added three, and the Scarlet Knights (4-0) were undefeated, defeating the Black Knights (1-1).
Princeton 22, Manmouth 6
PRINCETON – Alex Slusher scored five goals, Chris Brown scored three goals and four assists in seven points, and the Tigers (1-0) defeated the Hawks (0-1) in the first season for both teams. Princeton used a 10-0 series in the second and third quarters to open the game.