NAVY MEN'S TENNIS:
Victories in a pair of matches involving set tiebreakers boosted the Mids to a 5-2 win over Bucknell Saturday afternoon at the West Branch Tennis Cub in Williamsport, Pa.
The Navy gymnastics team finished in third place versus a strong ECAC field on Friday at Macdonough Hall. Taking on No. 12 William & Mary, No. 13 Army and three other ranked league foes, the Mids posted their third highest point total of the year at 413.8. William & Mary earned the ECAC title and automatic bid for the NCAA Championship with a total of 424.05, while Army was the runner-up at Navy was led by 14 performances that qualified for event finals on Saturday. Sophomore Mitchell Larios was the Mids' top qualifier as he finished second on the parallel bars with a 14.3. Chris Junghans followed up Larios' effort with a 13.75 score, that also earned him a spot in Saturday's event finals.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE BASEBALL:
The visiting Shoremen scored in every inning en route to a rain shortened 12-7 six-inning win over host Muhlenberg.
The Mids (13-13) opened the Patriot League portion of their schedule with a pair of road setbacks at Bucknell. Playing both games through varying levels of rain at DePew Field, 2-1 and 4-1.
The pitching trio of Luke Gillingham, Anthony Parenti and Tyler Ridgeway did their jobs on Saturday as all three posted strong outings and combined for a 1.29 ERA with 11 strikeouts over 14 innings. Gillingham and Parenti were both hard-luck losers as Gillingham was charged with four unearned runs, while Parenti received only five hits of offensive support.
At the plate, Robert Currie and Kash Manzelli recorded multiple hits for the doubleheader. Currie combined to go 3 for 7 with a triple and two runs scored and Manzelli went 2 for 7 with two RBIs.
NAVY WOMEN'S TENNIS:
The Mids (16-6, 1-0 PL) earned a 6-1 win over Colgate (5-9, 0-2 PL) at the indoor tennis courts at the Turning Stone Casino in Verona, N.Y. Navy opened Patriot League play with a victory for the fourth straight season.