The Durham College baseball team has their sight set on qualifying for the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) championship this fall.
With a split in their doubleheader against Seneca, the Lords took a major step forward in accomplishing that goal.
With only two games remaining in their regular season, Durham is 6-12 and sit in the final playoff position in the OCAA standings. Seneca is trailing at 3-9 but have six games in hand on Durham, as they will look to close the gap down the final stretch of the regular season.
The Lords will wrap up their regular season on the road this Saturday against the Humber Hawks in Toronto. Humber is tied for second place with the Fanshawe Falcons with matching 9-6 records. In their previous meeting at Kinsmen Civic Memorial Stadium, Humber beat Durham 9-7 and 9-3.