Jacksonville, FL- FGCU (32-20, 15-12 ASUN) faces UNF (20-30, 10-16 ASUN), for a three game series, starting Thursday night from Harmon Stadium.
Thursday 6:05 PM
Friday (DH): 2:05 PM/6:05 PM
32-20/4.91 ERA/1.50 WHIP/CG/4 SHO/7 SV/458.2 IP/490 H/309 R (250 ER)/442 K/197 BB/73 2B/6 3B/54 HR/1828 AB/.268 BAA
20-30/5.76 ERA/1.52 WHIP/CG/2 SHO/10 SV/431.0 IP/461 H/325 R (276 ER)/384 K/194 BB/76 2B/8 3B/48 HR/1694 AB/.272 BAA
.295/.891 OPS/1846 AB/434 R/545 H/106 2B/6 3B/77 HR/407 RBI/.484 SLG%/463 SO/263 BB/.407 OB%
.275/.727 OPS/1728 AB/271 R/426 H/80 2B/9 3B/30 HR/236 RBI/.384 SLG%/387 SO/156 BB/.343 OB
Players To Watch For (FGCU):
6’3 JR INF R/R Alejandro Figueredo
.389/1.104 OPS/208 AB/45 R/81 H/18 2B/3B/10 HR/53 RBI/.630 SLG%/35 SO/33 BB/.474 OB%
6’2 R-JR OF L/R Brian Ellis
.379/1.066 OPS/206 AB/66 R/78 H/21 2B/5 HR/41 RBI/.553 SLG%/40 SO/37 BB/.513 OB%
5’11 JR C/INF R/R Alejandro Rodriguez
.332/.857 OPS/202 AB/37 R/67 H/5 2B/7 HR/50 RBI/.460 SLG%/22 SO/22 BB/.397 OB%
Players To Watch For (UNF):
5’8 SO INF R/R Aidan Sweatt
.333/.801 OPS/195 AB/29 R/65 H/7 2B/3 HR/36 RBI/.415 SLG%/22 SO/14 BB/.386 OB%
6’0 SR INF R/R Isaiah Byers
.321/.854 OPS/187 AB/43 R/60 H/11 2B/2 3B/5 HR/26 RBI/.481 SLG%/45 SO/16 BB/.373 OB%
5’8 5th INF S/R Abraham Sequera
.305/.819 OPS/203 AB/29 R/62 H/12 2B/3B/6 HR/44 RBI/.463 SLG%/35 SO/17 BB/.356 OB%
FGCU looks to finish their regular season on a high note, and look to take the series vs the Ospreys. UNF won the previous series vs the Eagles, winning 2 of 3 games vs FGCU, April 14-16, from Swanson Stadium. FGCU is fresh off their 7-3 win vs #5/#9 Miami Tuesday night, and looks to continue the momentum in this series vs the Ospreys. It’s the final regular season ASUN Conference series for the Eagles, as they await their seeding for the ASUN Conference tournament.
UNF is led offensively by Aidan Sweatt, who is batting .333 on the season. FGCU is led offensively by Alejandro Figueredo, who is batting .389, with 10 HR, and 53 RBI’s. The Eagles boast four hitters with 10+ home runs and that list includes Joe Kinker (18 HR), Ian Farrow (17 HR), Harrison Povey (13 HR), and Alejandro Figueredo (10 HR).
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