The Colonials (7-7 overall) took a 5-3 win over Colby (2-1) in the second game.
The Mules came back from an early 6-1 deficit due to timely offense from Treveloni, Arsenault, and Mulberry (pictured).
Trailing 6-2 heading into the bottom of the fifth, Colby scored seven runs to go up 9-6. Treveloni, Ward, Arsenault, Wessman, and Mulberry all singled to start the fifth and bring in three runs to make it 6-5. Noah Tocci walked to load the bases, but the Colonials were able to get the first out of the inning on the next batter. Della Volpe drove in Colby's seventh run with a single, while Will Phillips scored on a fielder's choice for run eight. Della Volpe scored on a shortstop error the Mules' final run.
A comeback attempt with three runs in the last two innings fell just short. Mulberry and Ryan Quinn each drove in runs in the effort.
Bobby Forese got the start on the mound and threw four innings to keep Colby in the game. Andrew Sterup came in relief and threw well, only giving up one run in two innings of work.