GREENVILLE — Drew Henrickson's one-out sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth lifted the East Carolina Pirates past the Elon 2-1 on Wednesday at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

Robbie Welhalf (1-2) took the loss in relief. Starter Ryan Conroy struck out seven in 5 2/3 innings.

Matt Oldham doubled twice for Elon (8-9), scoring in the first inning on Ryne Ogren’s single.

Jake Washer, who doubled in the ninth before his pinch runner scored the winning run, was 2-for-4 for East Carolina (13-4). Davis Kirkpatrick (1-0) picked three scoreless innings in relief.

• DUKE 10, YALE 2: At Durham, Chris Proctor and Kennie Taylor both had three hits for host Duke (14-3), which defeated Yale for the second day in a row at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.

Jack Labosky doubled twice for the Blue Devils. Bill Chillari (2-0) was the winning pitcher.

Starter Tyler Sapsford (0-2) allowed three runs on five hits and took the loss for Yale (2-9).

• NORTH CAROLINA STATE 6, UNC ASHEVILLE 2: At Raleigh, four N.C. State pitchers combined on a three-hitter at Doak Field.

N.C. State (15-3) defeated the Bulldogs (3-13) for the second day in a row.

Reid Johnston (2-0) was the winning pitcher in relief. Dillon Cooper and Josh McLain each had two RBI.

• GARDNER-WEBB 1, NORTH CAROLINA 0: At Chapel Hill, Eric Jones stroked a home run in the second inning that gave the visiting Bulldogs the non-league victory.

It was one of three hits for Gardner-Webb (11-7), snapping a five-game home winning streak for the Tar Heels (9-8), who loaded the bases in the first inning.

Joey Lancellotti (0-2) took the loss.

• UNC GREENSBORO 3, WINTHROP 2: At Rock Hill, S.C., Cesar Trejo drove in all three runs for the visiting Spartans (12-4).

Trejo’s sacrifice fly in the sixth inning broke a 2-2 tie. UNCG’s Greg Hardison and Josh Madole each had two hits.

Cale Gibson homered for Winthrop (5-13).


Tuesday's game

At Charlotte, Charlotte drubbed Wake Forest 13-1 at BB&T BallPark.

The 49ers (9-7) managed 14 hits, including seven doubles. Tommy Bullock, Reece Hampton and Harris Yett each recorded three-hit games. Chase Gooding earned the pitching victory, allowing just one run on three hits in four innings.

Starter Bobby Seymour led the Demon Deacons (7-10) with two hits. Carter Bach (0-2) took the loss, allowing four runs.