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Seton Hill advances in NCAAs

| Thursday, May 17, 2012 8:44 p.m

Top-seeded Seton Hill advanced in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional with a 3-2 victory over Winston Salem State on Thursday in West Lawn. Brad Schnelle went 8 23 innings and allowed two runs on 10 hits. Seton Hill (45-9) faces Mercyhurst at 2:30 p.m. today.

Div. III Mideast Regional

Behind sophomore Eddie Nogay’s complete game, No. 2 seed Washington & Jefferson set a school record for victories in a season with an 8-0 shutout of Wooster in Marietta, Ohio. Nogay scattered 11 hits and struck out two. W&J (36-9) faces No. 1 seed Marietta at 9:30 a.m. today.

Also in Marietta, La Roche (25-18) scored its first tournament victory, edging Westminster, 3-2. The Redhawks overcame a two-run, eighth-inning deficit to end Westminster’s season at 28-17. The Redhawks play the loser of last night’s Manchester-Adrian game.

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