Victor Oppenheimer had a pair of doubles and three RBI to lead the Judges.
Seven of the nine starters had multiple hits, including Isaac Fossas, who hit a two-run home run in the first inning as part of a 3-5 day with a double and three runs scored.
The Judges won their California opener, 7-3, but fell, 5-4, in the bottom of the seventh in game two. PJ Ross was the big hitter in the opener, going 2-4 with a two-run double that provided the margin of victory.
Courtney Thrun scored eight of her 10 points as the Judges outscored Emory, 17-8, in the fourth, but a last-second shot came up just off the mark.
Lawrence Sabir had nine points and four assists in his second game back from injury, but he wasn't enough to stop the host Eagles from shooting lights out in the second half.
Seeded 50th headed into the direct elimination, Maggie Shealy upset the 15th seed and was one touch away from the quarterfinals.
Senior Lorenzo Maddox placed 25th in the 60-meter dash at the BU Valentines Day Classic.
Rookie Ema Rennie became just the second woman to break 54 seconds in the 100-free, surpassing Wendy Lowengrub '90.
Richard Selznick was 18th in the 1,650 freestyle.
With just five active players, the Judges were swept on the road. Ana Hatfield had the team's best singles result.
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