Keystone College clinched the top seed in the upcoming Colonial States Athletic Conference baseball playoffs by sweeping a doubleheader from Neumann University on April 26 at Christy Mathewson Field.
The Giants won Saturday’s first game 6-2 to clinch first place in CSAC’s regular season standings before claiming a 15-11 affair in the nightcap to improve to 23-11 overall while ending their CSAC regular season campaign with a 16-2 record. Keystone also stretched their winning streak to 13 games and the Giants have been defeated in just twice of their last 22 contests.
The CSAC Championships will begin with first round games on Wednesday, May 7 at top seed Keystone and at the second seeded team which is yet to be determined. The tournament will wrap up on Friday and Saturday, May 9-10, at Bear Stadium in Boyertown, Pennsylvania.