UWF sweeps Christian Brothers in conference opener
find cheap viagra The UWF baseball team swept GSC rival Christian Brothers this weekend to improve to 5-4, outscoring the Bucs 24-1 in the three-game set.
best prices on viagra Argo pitchers struck out 20 batters without issuing a walk in just under 22 innings. The bats stayed hot all weekend and the pitching was nearly flawless to help extend the UWF winning streak to four games. After coming off series losses to Florida Southern and Rollins College to open the season, the Argos needed something to get them over the hump.
follow The Argos (5-4, 3-0 GSC) got off to a quick start in the opener on Saturday, teeing off for five runs in the first inning against the Bucs (1-7, 0-3 GSC). Sophomore outfielder Matthew Estrada led the way for the Argos on Saturday, going 6-for-8 with a home run and three RBIs.
dexilant similar drugs to viagra UWF pitcher Jared Hatched tossed a complete game shutout in Saturday’s first game, striking out five and allowing seven hits in a game that ended via the 10-run rule after eight innings.
In the second game of Saturday’s doubleheader, the Argos picked back up where they left off in the first game, defeating the Bucs 4-1. Pitcher Tony Rossi got the first collegiate victory of his career, while striking out eight without allowing a walk across five innings.
In the Sunday finale, UWF outfielder Bryant Harris Jr. notched three hits and a home run in another 10-0 victory for the Argos. Pitcher Tony Kucera pitched a complete game shutout in the victory, getting some more praise from his head coach, Mike Jeffcoat.
“Very proud of Tony Kucera again,” Jeffcoat. “We had another day of no walks from the pitchers. He threw a complete game, and we continued to swing the bats.”
The Argos look to continue their win streak against Nova Southeastern (5-3) in a two-game series against the Sharks starting 6 p.m. Monday at Jim Spooner Field.
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