The Explorers will meet Penn in the semifinals after the Quakers (8-9) dusted off Villanova, 11-4, at Meiklejohn Stadium, behind seven RBIs from slugging outfielder Greg Zebrack.
Julia Costello (Cardinal O'Hara) scored six goals to lead Widener (3-3) to a 19-13 win over Gwynedd-Mercy (2-6) at Edith R. Dixon Field in Chester.
Lefthander Mark Royer fired a no-hitter and struck out eight in a 14-0 victory as Millersville swept a doubleheader from Lincoln.
Zach Stone (Coatesville) had a grand slam and six RBIs.
Swarthmore (6-2, 2-1 Centennial Conference) dug out a 13-12 win over visiting McDaniel (4-5, 1-2), in women's lacrosse at Clothier Field, behind five goals from Annalise Penikis (Strath Haven).
Wildcats move up
Villanova (5-3) moved from No. 14 to No. 12 in the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division I poll in the wake of its win over Syracuse (4-3) on Sunday. The Orange fell from No. 9 to No. 14.
Chestnut Hill (6-1) remained No. 8 in Division II and Cabrini (6-2) moved from No. 13 to No. 11 in Division III.
Temple's softball team will host a "Pink Out" on March 31 against La Salle, to raise awareness for breast cancer. The game is scheduled for noon at the Ambler Field.
The team will be wearing pink belts, socks and jerseys and fans are encouraged to wear pink.
Holy Family's second baseman, Danielle McDevitt (Williamstown) was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference softball player of the week after going 12 for 19 (.632) in six games.
Chestnut Hill's righthander, Seamus Finnegan (Archbishop Carroll) was named CACC rookie of the week in baseball.
Jordan Domsky (Upper Moreland) and Kimberly Ochester (Saul) of Penn State-Abington were named the Northeast Athletic Conference tennis players of the week.