Duluth's Joey Zwak went 4-for-5 with two RBIs, two runs scored and three stolen bases to lead St. Scholastica to a 9-4 victory over Minnesota-Morris and a sweep of their UMAC doubleheader Saturday at Wade Stadium.
The Saints (17-8 overall, 8-0 UMAC) scored three runs in the fifth inning and three more in the eighth to seal the second-game win.
CSS won the first game, 11-1 in seven innings, as Jake Sande allowed only four hits and an unearned run in six innings for his fifth win of the season. Aaron Weber had three hits and teammate Brad Fossum drove in three runs on a triple, a single and a walk.
The Cougars fell to 3-17, 1-7.
• Minnesota Duluth swept the University of Mary 12-5 and 6-4 in an NSIC doubleheader at NBC Spartan Sports Complex in Superior.
Henry George and Cory Krolikowski each had three of the Bulldogs' 15 hits in the opener, while Reid Rubio had three RBIs and joined George in hitting home runs.
UMD (12-25, 9-17) scored six runs in the second inning and held on to win the second game. Eric Yachinich's two-run triple, RBI doubles by Tyler Peterson and Tim Pokornowski of Cloquet and Tosten Mann's two-run single accounted for all of UMD's scoring.
The Marauders (12-26, 9-17) had just four hits off four UMD pitchers.
• Wisconsin-Superior scored 19 runs in the opener of a UMAC doubleheader against Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minn., but the Yellowjackets then gave up 19 runs in the nightcap.
Jordan Berrios led a 15-hit attack by going 4-for-5 with four RBIs and three runs scored in a 19-9, seven-inning win that featured 10 runs in the first inning. Cory Albertson had three hits, including a homer, three runs and four RBIs, and Alex Osness contributed three hits, runs and RBIs.
UWS (8-14, 2-6) trailed 13-8 after two innings in the second game and lost 19-16 despite totaling 18 hits. Matthew Boyde was 5-for-6, including two homers, with six RBIs. Albertson and Braeden Barr each added three hits, with Barr hitting one of four UWS homers.
UWS (9-14, 3-6) split a Friday doubleheader at Bethany Lutheran College, winning 10-5 and losing 7-4.