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BVU wins regional opener; Northwestern's season ends

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Buena Vista beat St. Scholastica, 7-1, on Wednesday in the NCAA III regionals. Buena Vista beat St. Scholastica, 7-1, on Wednesday in the NCAA III regionals.
The Buena Vista won their opener at the NCAA Central Regional Tournament in Moline, Illinois, 7-1 over St. Scholastica of Minnesota.

The third-seeded Beavers are now 37-7, which sets a new school record for wins in a season. Fourth-seeded St. Scholastica falls into the loser's bracket with a 30-11 record.
 
The Beavers will play again Thursday night at 7:00 pm against second-seeded St. Thomas of Minnesota. The Tommies beat Rose-Hulman 4-2 in their opener.

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Northwestern lost to Bacone (OK) 2-0 in an elimination game at the NAIA Baseball Championship opening round on Wednesday.

The Red Raiders outhit Bacone 6-4 and did not make an error, but left five men on base. Davis Bloemendaal and Erik Widener each had two hits for Northwestern.

Unranked Bacone (37-19) scored single runs in the third inning and the sixth inning off of Northwestern starting pitcher Matt Piocos. Isaac Horigan threw the final three innings and did not give up a hit in relief.

The 20th-ranked Red Raiders end their season with a school-record for wins at 42-13.
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