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College Sports Roundup: SNHU baseball team sweeps Mercy
Among the homers was Jon Minucci's, a two-run shot in the nightcap that was the 20th of his career, establishing a program record for career home runs. He snapped a tie with Jeff Weakes, who registered 19 round-trippers from 1995-98.
In the opener, Riley Palmer had a three-run homer and Andy Lalli went deep twice.
The Penmen return to action today with a noon doubleheader at UMass Lowell.
Rollins 16, St. Anselm 2: The Hawks dropped to 16-25-1 with the non-league loss at Sullivan Park. Mike Hayden drove in both St. Anselm runs.
UMass Lowell 1, SNHU 0: Abby Jamieson's sixth-inning solo homer was the game's only offense as Ali Maloof suffered the hard-luck loss.
Maloof went the distance, allowing three hits and striking out 11.
Marielle Handley had the shutout for the River Hawks. SNHU dropped to 27-14 and 14-5 in Northeast-10 play, while the River Hawks are 26-18 and 15-3-1 in the conference.
The teams play a doubleheader today at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Penmen Field.
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