Salisbury rallies in 10 to bounce Emory, advance to regional final



Freshman Andrew Jensen's fourth hit scored pinch runner Jesse Trout (Arundel) with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning yesterday to lift No. 2 seed Salisbury to an 11-10 victory over top-seeded Emory in a Division III regional baseball semifinal in Martinsville, Va.

The Sea Gulls (36-11) remained unbeaten in the double-elimination tournament and advanced to the regional final for the first time since 2001. The Eagles (42-5) led 5-1 in the fourth and 10-8 in the eighth before Salisbury scored twice in the bottom of the eighth to force extra innings.

Johns Hopkins 7, Arcadia 3: Russ Berger (Owings Mills) held the Knights (27-16) to three runs through seven innings, helping the Blue Jays (40-3) stay alive in the Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional in Boyertown, Pa.

The Blue Jays lost to Rowan, 6-0, earlier in the day to fall into the losers' bracket, but the win over Arcadia set up a final-round rematch with the Profs (39-6) today at noon.


NCAA East Regional: Navy's Billy Hurley finished in a tie for 14th after he shot a 2-under-par 68 in the final round in New Haven, Conn.

Wake Forest's Bill Haas won the event with a three-round total of 207, seven shots ahead of Hurley. Florida won the team title, beating Georgia by a stroke.

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