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Rowan Wins Annville Regional Advances to Super Regionals Next Weekend

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ANNVILLE, PA – Michael Miles threw a three-hit complete-game shutout as #10 Rowan defeated #24 Washington & Jefferson, 9-0, to win the NCAA Baseball Annville Regional at Lebanon Valley's McGill Field. Rowan advances to next weekend's Super Regionals and will face top-ranked and Rochester Regional champion Eastern Connecticut State on May 27 and 28. The site for the regional will be announced later this evening.
Hunter Wroniuk drove in the Profs' first run in the second inning when he laid down a squeeze bunt to score Anthony SchooleyEric DiDomenico followed with a two-run home run, his ninth of the season, to bring in Chris Curcio, who had each singled.

The Profs (33-8) added an insurance run in the seventh as Schooley reached base on an error and drive in Murphy.
Rowan then exploded for five runs in the eighth to put the game out of reach, as Hunter Wroniuk started off with a double and runs were driven in by Tyler Cannon with a sacrifice fly, Ryan Murphy with a single and Patrick Defeciani with a double.  
Miles tossed his first complete game of the season in the extreme heat, facing 35 Washington & Jefferson (37-10) batters and striking out six. The Presidents loaded the bases in the fourth, but MIles got out of the jam.
Each of Rowan's batters had at least one hit in the game, while Murphy went 3-for-5 with two runs, a triple and RBI, and Defeciani notching two hits, as did Wroniuk and Ryan Mostrangeli.

Rowan picked up three straight victories on the weekend to earn the Regional title, defeating Mitchell, 7-1, and then Washington & Jefferson twice, by scores of 14-7 and 9-0. 
The Super Regional will consist of a best-of-three game series with the Rochester Regional winner that will determine a berth to the NCAA Division III College World Series. Rowan will be seeking its second straight trip.