Fort Myers, FL- Fresh off sweeping USF this weekend, FGCU (10-4), welcomes the #5 University of Miami Hurricanes (8-4) to Swanson Stadium, Wednesday night at 6:30 PM.

2021 Pitching Stats:

8-4/4.25 ERA/1.21 WHIP/5 SV/110.0 IP/99 H/60 R (52 ER)/107 K/34 BB/19 2B/3 3B/15 HR/.233 BAA

2021 Hitting Stats:

.248/79 R/102 H/14 2B/2 3B/14 HR/73 RBI’s/.394 SLG/.363 OB%

Players To Watch For (UM):

6’3 FR IF Yohandy Morales

.340/10 R/17 H/2 2B/3B/3 HR/12 RBI’s/.600 SLG/.382 OB%

5’10 SO IF Anthony Vilar

.327/10 R/17 H/2 2B/3 HR/13 RBI’s/.538 SLG/.397 OB%

5’9 R-JR OF Christian Del Castillo

.326/8 R/15 H/3 2B/3B/12 RBI’s/.435 SLG/.426 OB%

Players To Watch For (FGGU):

5’10 SR IF Richie Garcia

.388/15 R/19 H/4 2B/2 HR/13 RBI’s/.592 SLG/.524 OB%

6’1 SO UTL Joe Kinker

.352/10 R/19 H/2 2B/2 HR/13 RBI’s/.500 SLG/.444 OB%

6’2 R-SO OF Brian Ellis

.321/13 R/17 H/2B/8 RBI’s/.340 SLG/.422 OB%


What a solid weekend for the Eagles, as they head into this mid week tilt with #5 UM. UM is one a five game winning streak with series wins over Wake Forest, NC State, and a win over FAU.

The Hurricanes have a strong offense including 6’3 FR IF Yohandy Morales who hits the cover off the ball and is a true underclassman leader, in his first season. Richie Garcia continues his strong Senior campaign for the Eagles, and earned ASUN Player of the Week award for his offensive output this past week. The Eagles are getting offense from the entire lineup and if the pitching can hold the Hurricanes in check, Wednesday could be a huge win for the Eagles.


FGCU earns the huge upset beating #5 Miami 6-4 and extending their winning streak to 4 games.

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