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Seton Hill eliminated at NCAA Atlantic Regional

| Friday, May 19, 2017, 5:27 p.m.

The Seton Hill baseball team had its season conclude Friday afternoon.

The Griffins were eliminated from the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional after a 5-3 loss to Winston-Salem State at Jamestown, N.Y.'s Russell Diethrick Park. The PSAC champions finished the season 36-20.

After falling behind 4-0 in the second inning, Seton Hill got on the board in the third. Tyler Sullivan reached on an error and Austin Braendel scored to make it 4-1.

Winston-Salem State (36-18) scored an unearned run in the fourth inning to go ahead 5-1.

Sulivan singled in Ryan Wardropper in the fifth inning, and Mark Colella hit a leadoff home run in the sixth to make it 5-3.

Perry Dellavalle took the loss, allowing nine hits with three strikeouts in 6 13 innings.

Craig Lewis had three hits, and MP Buckley had two for the Griffins.

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