Third baseman Jon Eubanks went 4-for-6 with a double to lead the Bulldogs to a 16-7 nonconference win over Rutgers-Camden on Sunday.
The Bulldogs (12-4) had 21 hits with Evan Dun and Matt Hughes collecting three each. Corey Vane, Jordan Snider and Brett Sandford had two hits apiece. Sandford had two-run doubles in the first and fourth innings.
The beneficiary of the offense was Bulldogs starter Brock Jacobo (2-0), who scattered seven hits in five innings. He gave up six runs, but only three were earned.
Redlands will host Kean on Tuesday at 3 p.m.
Senior first baseman Drew Hedman went 3-for-4 with three RBIs as the Sagehens (16-2) cruised past Ithaca, 12-3.
Brandon Huerta, James Campbell, Troy Kokinis and Teddy Bingham each had two hits.
Tom Church (4-0) picked up the win by striking out eight and giving up seven hits in a route-going performance.
La Verne baseball
Mike Belcher went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and four RBIs as the Leopards (4-10) routed Kean (N.J.) 16-1. La Verne had 23 hits with Mike Surina and Donovan collecting four each.
Jesse Sweet earned the victory. He went seven innings, gave up just one run and five hits and struck out four.
The Bulldogs dropped a nonconference doubleheader to visiting Cal State San Marcos 3-0 and 5-1.
The big hit in the opener was a two-run double in the fifth by Lauren Nelson off Oliva Ellis that gave Cal State San Marcos a three-run lead.
Sophomore Lizett Casillas had two hits for the Bulldogs in a losing effort.
Redlands (8-5) managed just three hits in the nightcap off starter Brenna Sandberg, who went the distance for the Cougars (16-11).
Cal Poly Pomona women's tennis
The Broncos got singles wins from No. 3 Jennifer Chow and No. 6 Michelle Stock, but they weren't enough in a 6-3 loss to visiting Florida Southern in nonconference play at Kellogg Tennis Complex.
The other victory for the Broncos (3-7) was by the No. 3 doubles team of Stock and Kelley Wong.
The Broncos will be off until March 28, when they host Western New Mexico.