Weekend colleges: Pitcher Ryan Horstman of South Hadley dominant in St. John’s lopsided victory
Ryan Horstman of South Hadley pitched eight innings of one-run baseball for St. John’s University in Bethesda, Md. Sunday.
Horstman, a redshirt freshman, struck out seven and gave up six hits in a 20-1 win over Georgetown.
The southpaw has a 5-4 record and a 2.06 ERA in 10 appearances this season. He’s also second on the Red Storm with 36 strikeouts.
UMass 6, St. Bonaventure 5; UMass 9, St. Bonaventure 3; St. Bonaventure 4, UMass 3 — Rob McLam went 2-for-3 (two RBIs) for the Minutemen (7-18, 3-6 A-10) in a 6-5 home win over the Bonnies on Sunday.
The teams split a doubleheader on Saturday. Adam Picard had two hits and three RBIs in the 9-3 win.
In the game one loss, McLam had three hits and a RBI.
Amherst 7, Williams 2; Amherst 10, Williams 3; Amherst 2, Williams 1 — The Lord Jeffs (16-5, 6-0 NESCAC) swept rival Williams over the weekend at home.
Alex Hero had a combined five hits and five RBIs for Amherst.
Endicott 3, Gordon 2 — Belchertown native Kevin Dupras picked up his third save of the year for Endicott (29-16) in Beverly, Mass. on Saturday.
Dupras pitched three innings and struck out five to preserve the win.
UMass 12, Charlotte 0, UMass 4, Charlotte 2 — Tiffany Meeks and Katie Bettencourt combined for 11 RBIs in a road sweep of Charlotte on Sunday.
Quianna Diaz-Patterson of Amherst had a combined five hits and four runs scored for the Minutewomen (12-17, 8-2 A-10)
MIT 9, Smith College 0; MIT 2, Smith 1; Springfield 18, Smith C0; Springfield 7, Smith 0 — MIT swept the Pioneers (6-18, 0-12 NEWMAC) Saturday, followed by another sweep by Springfield on Sunday.
Joanna Giordano pitched four innings with four strikeouts in the 2-1 loss for Smith.
Williams 4, Amherst 2; Williams 4, Amherst 3; Williams 8, Amherst 7 — The Lord Jeffs (18-9, 3-6 NESCAC) lost three straight to Williams over the weekend.
Kelsey Ayers had two hits in the 4-2 home loss on Sunday.
Donna Leet had a combined three hits and three RBIs in the losses in Williamstown Saturday.
Elms 1, Southern Vermont; Elms 2, Regis 0 — Leah Spring of South Hadley scored the lone run for the Blazers in their 1-0 win at home Saturday.
Spring accounted for both runs at Regis on Sunday, adding two hits.
UMass 14, St. Joseph’s 7 — No. 13 UMass (13-2, 5-0 A-10) got five goals from Sam Rush in a win on Sunday in Philadelphia.
Rush has 104 career points for the Minutewomen.
Amherst 6, Tufts 5 — Marta Randall scored the game-winning goal with 13 seconds left to give No. 10 Amherst a road win on Saturday.
Christy Forest made 14 saves for Amherst (7-4, 4-4 NESCAC).
Wheaton 10, Mount Holyoke 9 — Julia Bell had two goals and four assists in Saturday’s home loss for the Lyons (9-3, 2-2 NEWMAC).
Melanie Sharick of Amherst had three goals and an assist for Wheaton.
Elms 14, Daniel Webster 11 — Nora McDonough of South Hadley scored for the Blazers (4-6, 1-1 NECC) in win in Nashua, N.H., Saturday.
McDaniel 15, Muhlenberg 12 — Anna Beaudry of Amherst had a goal for the Green Terror (7-6) in the road win Saturday.
Babson 20, Smith College 13 — Jessica Lillquist had five goals for the Pioneers (3-10, 0-4 NEWMAC) on the road Saturday.
Tufts 12, Amherst 8 — Devin Acton scored four goals, but the Jeffs (4-7) couldn’t overtake No. 4 Tufts at home Saturday.
Women’s track and field
Amherst College’s Keri Lambert, an Amherst native, posted the second lowest time in the steeplechase (10:42.65) in Division III this year at the UMass Invitational on Saturday.
Naomi Bates broke Amherst’s school record in the long jump (5.84 meters).
Amherst finished eighth out of 19 teams.
Men’s track and field
Florence native Tyler Keith finished fourth (34:39.31) in the 10,000-meter run for Gettysburg College at the Messiah College Invitational in Grantham, Pa. Saturday.
Amherst 5, Williams 4; Am-herst 9, Hamilton 0 — Joey Fritz won No. 1 singles to lead the No. 17 Jeffs (21-7, 5-0 NESCAC) past the No. 5 Ephs at home Sunday.
Amherst cruised past Hamilton in Clinton, N.Y., on Saturday.
Amherst College tied for third at the Hampton Inn Invitational in North Dartmouth on Saturday.
Jarvis Sill shot a three-over 75 for Amherst.