Ryan Horstman pitches St. John’s to victory
Former South Hadley High School standout Ryan Horstman got his fourth win of the season pitching for St. John’s University Saturday in Queens, N.Y.
The Red Storm (10-15, 2-4) beat Cincinnati 7-4 to earn their first Big East series win of the season.
The redshirt freshman pitched seven innings, allowed one earned run and struck out four.
Husson 8, Endicott 4; Endicott 2, Husson 1 — Freshman Mike Walkowicz of Amherst pitched six innings in a losing effort for Endicott (8-5) Saturday in Beverly.
Walkowicz tossed six innings, allowed three runs and stuck out three.
UMass 20, La Salle 11 — The No. 16 Minutewomen handed the Explorers their first loss of the year Saturday in Philadelphia.
Cori Murray (three goals and three asssists) scored her 100th career point and is now third all-time at UMass.
Lauren Terracciano led the Minutewomen (9-2, 1-0 A-10) with five goals.
Amherst College 15, Hamilton 6 — The No. 11 Jeffs (5-2, 2-2 NESCAC) rolled at home Saturday.
Priscilla Tyler had three goals, while Christy Forrest made seven saves in net.
MIT 17, Smith College 11 — The Pioneers let a 6-0 lead slip away Saturday in Cambridge Saturday.
Jenny Estes and Jessica Lillquist had three goals each for Smith (1-7, 0-1 NEWMAC).
Mount Holyoke 17, Wellesley 15 — Julia Bell scored seven goals in a win for the Lyons in Wellesley on Saturday.
Liz Malenfant made 11 saves for Mount Holyoke (6-3, 1-2 NEWMAC).
Saint Joseph’s 7, UMass 6 — The Minutemen got within a goal on a Matt Whippen score with 8:43 to play, but couldn’t get another in a loss in Philadelphia on Saturday.
Whippen and Ryan Izzo both had two goals for UMass (5-5, 1-2 CAA).
Amherst 11, Hamilton 6 — The Lord Jeffs ended a three-game losing streak with a win Saturday in Clinton, N.Y.
Quinn Moroney had two goals and added two assists for Amherst (3-5, 2-3 NESCAC).
UMass 12, St. Bonaventure 4; UMass 6, St. Bonaventure 4 — After sweeping a doubleheader Saturday at home, the Minutewomen (6-16, 3-1 A-10) have won four straight.
Quianna Diaz-Patterston of Amherst had a RBI triple in game one, giving UMass an early 2-0 lead.
Emma Mendoker, also from Amherst, picked up the win in game one. Mendoker pitched six innings with a strikeout.
In the run-rule shortened nightcap, Caroline Raymond struck out six in the complete game win.
Lindsey Webster had two hits and three RBIs.
Clark 5, Smith 0; Clark 5, Smith 4 — Tori Brown had three hits in game one but the Pioneers (4-10, 0-6 NEWMAC) dropped a pair of games at home Saturday.
In game two, Gina Martucci hit her first collegiate homer but a five run fourth inning sealed the win for Clark.
Middlebury 10 , Amherst 4; Middlebury 11, Amherst 3 — The Lord Jeffs lost twice in Middlebury, Vt. on Saturday.
Reilly Horan had two hits and two RBI in game one.
In game two, Donna Leet had two hits including a solo homer and two RBI for Amherst (12-5, 1-2 NESCAC).
Men’s track and field
— Amherst College placed 12th out of 24 programs at the Tufts University Snowflake Classic in Medford Saturday.
Charlie Reighard took second in the 5,000-meter run (15:08.50).
— Tyler Keith of Florence placed eighth for Gettysburg College in the 5,000-meter (16:19.15) at the Susquehanna Invitational on Saturday in Selinsgrove, Pa.
Women’s track and field
— The Lord Jeffs took seventh out of 23 programs at the Snowflake Classic Saturday.
Sarah Daly won the 10,000-meter (37.15.11) for Amherst.
— Mount Holyoke’s Dana Fry won the 5,000-meter (19.29.97) by nearly 12 seconds at the non-team scoring Spring Fling Invitational in South Hadley Saturday.
Amherst College 7, Bowdoin 2; Amherst 8, Hamilton 1 — The top-ranked Lord Jeffs (6-1) won twice over the weekend.
Jordan Brewer won No. 1 singles 6-3, 6-1 against No. 8 Bowdoin on Sunday at home.
Mount Holyoke 5, Endicott 4; Mount Holyoke 9, Lesley 0 — The Lyons (7-6) won two behind Nahrhee Han’s wins at No. 1 singles Saturday at home.
Morgan Cooley earned a blue ribbon in Novice Fences for Mount Holyoke at the Zone I, Region III finals hosted by Smith College on Saturday.
Felicia Harrsch won Open Fences for the Lyons.