Brian Lewis, Washington College
Franklin & Marshall 13, Keuka 0
Franklin & Marshall held Keuka to just two hits en route to a 13-0 win in its home opener on Sunday afternoon at Caplan Field. The Diplomats improve to 11-7 with the victory, while the Storm fall to 1-2. Evan Lang earned the win on the mound for F&M to move to 4-1 on the year. The senior lefthander recorded four strikeouts and allowed just one hit in five innings of work. Brendan DeMond tossed two shutout frames, while Rob Anderson and Will Colombo preserved the shutout with scoreless eighth and ninth innings. Brandon Theriault went 2-for-4 with three RBIs and scored once, Blue Wells notched a three-run bomb in his only at-bat of the day, while Will Benenson tallied two RBIs and crossed home plate twice.
Washington College 18-2, Maine-Presque Isle 0-1
Host Washington College swept a non-conference baseball doubleheader from visiting Maine-Presque Isle on Sunday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park. The Shoremen won game one, 18-0, and held off the Owls, 2-1, in game two. WC is now 15-2 on the season, while Maine-Presque Isle drops to 1-12. The Shoremen have scored 10 or more runs in nine games this season. The 15-2 start is the team's best start since going 14-1 in 1937. 14 different WC players scored in the opener and the team had seven steals in the game. On the mound, sophomore Brian Lewis (Ellicott City, MD/Mount Hebron) went six shutout innings and got the win to improve to 2-0. He allowed just two hits and struck out a career-best seven in the win. Junior pitcher Joe Kearney-Argow (Mt. Laurel, NJ/Lenape) got the win in the nightcap and improves to 3-0 on the season. He tossed a complete game as he allowed just five hits and walked one, while striking out six.