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lasix canada UWF baseball is preparing for its opening day game against No. 5 Florida Southern on Friday night at Jim Spooner Field. Last season the Argonauts lost the first three games of the season to Florida Southern, but with the games being in Pensacola instead of Lakeland this year, the Argonauts will look to flip the script.

doctor refused propecia “Last year’s team was an enjoyable team to coach,” UWF coach Mike Jeffcoat said, “but this year’s team feels like they’ve notched it up a little higher in terms of the culture, their closeness and hanging out together.”

side effects lasix UWF finished last season with an overall record of 32-19, 19-10 in GSC play, and will have a chance to build off of that with multiple high-impact players returning, a couple of coaching staff additions and a solid recruiting class. “I think we’re in as good of shape as we’ve been in any of our years getting ready for the season. We’re overall pretty healthy,” Jeffcoat said. “It looks like the pieces are falling together where guys are going to play, and we’re really going to hammer in and identify those roles.”

soft viagra from online pharmacy 25mg UWF shortstop Matt Jones is a preseason All-American, and that’s just the first of many awards that Jones and the Argonauts have received in the preseason. According to GoArgos, “A 2018 All-GSC First Team selection, Jones was also a 2018 ABCA Second Team All-South Region, D2CCA Second Team All-South Region and NCBWA Second Team All-South Region selection after finishing the season with a .351 average, eight home runs, 34 RBIs and 46 runs scored. He was named to the NCBWA All-South Region First Team Jan. 25 along with teammate Dylan Mills-Derouen.”

Jones and Mills-Derouen were also selected to the preseason NCBWA All-Region First Team, and UWF baseball was ranked sixth in the region in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association poll.

Mills-Derouen had a 4-1 record last season with a 3.56 ERA over 55.2 innings in his first year at UWF. He made 10 starts in the 14 games he played in and struck out 69 batters, allowing an average of .203 in opponent batting average. He also threw a no hitter for seven innings against Union.

Matthew Estrada joined Jones and Mills-Derouen in being selected to the preseason All-GSC team, and Andrew Vaccacio and Mike Farnell were selected to the conference’s Top Newcomers list.

Despite the amount of preseason awards the Argonauts received, UWF was picked to finish third in the GSC, behind Mississippi College and Delta State, respectively.

This weekend’s opening season will feature the Argos taking on the No. 5 team in the NCBWA poll, Florida Southern, while Tampa unanimously owns the top spot.

“I see the hunger in their eyes and hope they continue it,” Jeffcoat said. “But you’ve got to slow it down and make them understand we still have a lot of days that we need to work to get better before that season opens.”

The Argonauts are scheduled to play a 48-game regular season and will start conference play Feb. 16 against Christian Brothers.

UWF will also start the season with two new coaches after the team announced that Kameron Brunty and Andrew Crane would join the staff for the 2019 season.

Brunty played at Gulf Breeze high school before playing at Southern Mississippi and then getting drafted by the Mets organization. Crane is from Mississippi and was a pitcher at Troy.

Assistant coaches Kyle Brown and Justin Bennett will also return to the team.

Jeffcoat also mentioned that the Argos’ starting lineup on opening day should only feature one sophomore, with the rest being juniors and seniors.

“I’m really looking forward to these guys kind of resetting the standard and you know, maybe competing for championships” Jeffcoat said.

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