Fort Myers, FL- FGCU (37-15, 19-8 ASUN) faces KSU (23-28, 12-15 ASUN), for a three game series starting Thursday night from Swanson Stadium.

Series Schedule:

Thursday 6:30 PM

Friday 6:30 PM

Saturday 1 PM


Hitting (KSU):

.282/.844 OPS/1696 AB/332 R/479 H/98 2B/12 3B/57 HR/303 RBI/.455 SLG%/421 SO/251 BB/.389 OB%

Hitting (FGCU):

.332/1.026 OPS/1840 AB/508 R/592 H/115 2B/7 3B/122 HR/483 RBI/.591 SLG%/440 SO/277 BB/.435 OB%

Pitching (KSU):

23-28/5.25 ERA/1.64 WHIP/CG/11 SV/442.0 IP/487 H/334 R (258 ER)/440 K/240 BB/78 2B/8 3B/44 HR/1762 AB/.276 BAA

Pitching (FGCU):

37-15/5.78 ERA/1.73 WHIP/SHO/12 SV/440.2 IP/511 H/335 R (283 ER)/431 K/250 BB/93 2B/9 3B/61 HR/1776 AB/.288 BAA

Outstanding Players (KSU):

6’0 SR OF Spencer Hanson

.331/1.012 OPS/136 AB/27 R/45 H/8 2B/12 HR/47 RBI/.654 SLG%/29 SO/8 BB/.358 OB%

6’4 JR OF/INF/LHP Brayden Eidson

.318/.878 OPS/173 AB/35 R/55 H/10 2B/3 3B/5 HR/25 RBI/.497 SLG%/34 SO/13 BB/.381 OB%

6’0 R-SO INF Donovan Cash

.304/.853 OPS/194 AB/31 R/59 H/8 2B/9 HR/46 RBI/.485 SLG%/40 SO/17 BB/.368 OB%

Outstanding Players (FGCU):

6’0 SO INF Edrick Felix

.380/1.273 OPS/213 AB/64 R/81 H/20 2B/3B/23 HR/71 RBI/.808 SLG%/50 SO/27 BB/.465 OB%

6’3 SR 1B Joe Kinker

.366/1.152 OPS/205 AB/65 R/75 H/14 2B/17 HR/68 RBI/.683 SLG%/62 SO/40 BB/.469 OB%

6’3 SR INF Alejandro Figueredo

.357/1.105 OPS/210 AB/62 R/75 H/10 2B/17 HR/59 RBI/.648 SLG%/34 SO/36 BB/.457 OB%


The Eagles and Owls square off in the final ASUN Conference series of the season, starting Thursday, from Swanson Stadium. FGCU has a chance to win the conference as long as they win more games than Lipscomb does this weekend vs Jacksonville State. A sweep of KSU would get the job done, but that can be easier said than done.

The Owls are led offensively in batting average, home runs, and RBI’s by Spencer Hanson, who is hitting .331, with 12 home runs, and 47 RBI’s this season. The Owls have struggled in ASUN Conference play this season, with a 12-15 record overall. Head Coach Ryan Coe is in his second season at KSU. The Owls won the ASUN Conference tournament last season, in his first season as Head Coach.

FGCU continues to be led offensively in batting average, home runs, and RBI’s by Edrick Felix, who is batting .380, with 23 home runs, and 71 RBI’s. The Eagles this year have driven in 483 RBI’s, while the Owls have driven in only 303, and outslugged KSU, hitting 122 home runs, compared to only 57 home runs for KSU. This series is huge for seeding for the Eagles, and a series win would be a huge step, as the ASUN Conference heads to Deland for the conference tournament next week, from Melching Field at Conrad Park.

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