At Princeton, Navy center fielder Andy Loferski drove in six runs, including three with a home run in the opener, as Navy swept an Eastern Intercollegiate League doubleheader from the Tigers, 4-3, and 10-4.
In the second game, sophomore right hander Craig Michael pitched the entire game for the Midshipmen (20-10-1), striking out 12, as he improved his record to 4-2.
At Howard, the Bison took a doubleheader from Liberty Baptist, 8-7 and 7-3. David Adams went the distance for Howard in both games.
In Pittsburgh, Tony Tait had three hits and Rod Peters homered in the fifth to lead George Washington (15-20) to a 5-0 win in the opening game of a doubleheader against Dusquesne. In the second game, John Beatty allowed only four Colonial hits and struck out two as the Dukes won, 9-0.
In Fairfax, Kevin Anderson tripled home Don Van Steelant in the eighth inning with the first game's only run and Pete Davila's two-run homer highlighted a six-run first inning in the second game as George Mason (13-17) swept a doubleheader from Mount St. Mary's, 1-0 and 8-1.
At Georgetown, second baseman Bob Bruchalski went three for five and center fielder Jerry Coark went three for six for the day to help Maryland-Baltimore County sweep a doubleheader from the Hoyas, 4-3 and 5-2.
Georgetown (13-17-1) was led by freshman center fielder Steve Iannini, the area's second-leading hitter, who went five for six with two doubles and three stolen bases. UMBC evened its record at 10-10.
In Philadelphia, American's Howard Lockie hit two home runs in the first game, including a grand slam, as American won, 26-20. AU lost the second game to La Salle, 8-6, in the East Coast Conference doubleheader. Seventeen American batters went to the plate as the Eagles scored 13 runs in the seventh inning of the first game, in which there was a total of 46 hits, 26 by AU. American is now 3-2-1 in the ECC and 10-15-2 overall. La Salle is 3-5 and 9-13.
In Norfolk, Jeff Beard hit three homers, two triples and two doubles in seven times at bat as Old Dominion ran its winning streak to 11 with a 7-1 and 6-4 sweep of Catholic.
In the ACC tournament in Chapel Hill, N.C., Bill Merrifield and Bill Ruffner had consecutive run-scoring hits in the seventh inning to break a 2-2 tie and lift Wake Forest to a 7-3 victory over Virginia. The Deacons (26-12) then lost to North Carolina, 5-4. The Tar Heels, who earlier in the day ousted Clemson, 3-0, will play Virginia (20-20) in today's championship game.
At Bowie State, Clinton Harvin hit two home runs and scored three more runs as Bowie State (12-5) defeated St. Augustine's, 10-9.
John Macdonald's home run in the eighth inning at Rockville gave Montgomery County its fifth straight win, 8-7, over Chesapeake Community College. Jim Scott (2-0) retired the last six batters.