Patriot League Championship Series Set

May 17, 2010
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bucknell To Meet Holy Cross For NCAA Bid

Center Valley, Pa. – The Patriot League Baseball Championship Series will begin Friday night in Worcester, as No. 4 Bucknell will visit No. 3 Holy Cross in a game one on Friday at 6 p.m. followed by a doubleheader for games two and three, if necessary, beginning on Saturday at 1 p.m.

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Each team advanced to the Championship Series by winning a best-of-three semifinal series on the road against a higher seed over the weekend, with each team closing out the series in a winner-take-all game three.

No. 4 Bucknell knocked out top-seed Army by winning two of three at West Point. The Bison advance to the Patriot League Championship series for the second time in three seasons, also knocking out Army and winning their last title as the No. 4 seed in 2008. Bucknell has won four Patriot League titles, and is trying to tie both Army and Navy for the most crowns in League history.

After losing a semifinal game three on the road in each of the last two seasons, No. 3 Holy Cross came through this year with a 3-0 tirumph over No. 2 Lehigh on Sunday to clinch the series. In their fifth appearance in the Patriot League Tournament, the Crusaders advance to the Championship round for the first time. Holy Cross will also host Patriot League Baseball Tournament games for the first time in League history.

Holy Cross won three of four games at Bucknell when the teams met in the regular season on April 10-11.

Patriot League Championship Schedule And Results

Saturday, May 15
Best-of-Three Series
Bucknell 11, Army 9 (Game 1) 12 p.m. Box Score | Recap | Live Stats
Army 6, Bucknell 4 (Game 2) 3 p.m. Box Score | Recap | Live Stats
Holy Cross 2, Lehigh 1 (Game 1) 12 p.m. Box Score | Recap | Audio
Lehigh 4, Holy Cross 1 (Game 2) 3 p.m. Box Score | Recap | Audio
Sunday, May 16
Best-of-Three Series
Bucknell 11, Army 7 (Game 3) 1 p.m. Box Score | Recap | Live Stats
Holy Cross 3, Lehigh 0 (Game 3) 12 p.m. Box Score | Recap | Audio
Friday, May 21
Championship Series (Best-of-Three)
No. 4 Bucknell at No. 3 Holy Cross (Game 1) 6 p.m. Box Score | Recap
Saturday, May 22
Championship Series (Best-of-Three)
No. 4 Bucknell at No. 3 Holy Cross (Game 2) 1 p.m. Box Score | Recap
No. 4 Bucknell at No. 3 Holy Cross (Game 3-If Necessary) 4 p.m. Box Score | Recap

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