Deland, FL- #2 seed FGCU (38-17) faces #4 seed Jacksonville University (33-22), Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 PM, from Melching Field at Conrad Park.

Regular Season Stats:

Hitting (JU):

.260/.782 OPS/1838 AB/345 R/477 H/76 2B/16 3B/56 HR/307 RBI/.410 SLG%/460 SO/294 BB/.372 OB%

Hitting (FGCU):

.323/1.021 OPS/1943 AB/530 R/627 H/120 2B/9 3B/125 HR/503 RBI/.587 SLG%/461 SO/289 BB/.434 OB%

Pitching (JU):

33-22/5.50 ERA/1.50 WHIP/2 CG/18 SV/487.1 IP/506 H/349 R (298 ER)/484 SO/254 ER/113 2B/7 3B/49 HR/1887 AB/.268 BAA

Pitching (FGCU):

38-17/6.03 ERA/1.76 WHIP/SHO/12 SV/465.2 IP/554 H/368 R (312 ER)/453 SO/312 ER/100 2B/9 3B/66 HR/1894 AB/.293 BAA

3 Players To Watch For (JU):

6’1 JR INF Blake DeLamielleure

.306/.935 OPS/180 AB/37 R/55 H/14 2B/4 3B/6 HR/32 RBI/.528 SLG%/42 SO/28 BB/.407 OB%

6’4 GR INF Kris Armstrong

.301/1.106 OPS/209 AB/47 R/63 H/12 2B/3B/22 HR/65 RBI/.684 SLG%/66 SO/43 BB/.422 OB%

6’0 FR INF Justin Nadeau

.301/.783 OPS/183 AB/30 R/55 H/5 3B/3 3B/2 HR/30 RBI/.393 SLG%/44 SO/26 BB/.390OB%

3 Players To Watch For (FGCU):

6’0 SO INF Edrick Felix

.378/1.250 OPS/225 AB/65 R/85 H/22 2B/3B/23 HR/73 RBI/.791 SLG%/51 SO/28 BB/.459 OB%

6’3 SR 1B Joe Kinker

.373/1.156 OPS/217 AB/61 R/81 H/16 2B/17 HR/73 RBI/.682 SLG%/64 SO/42 BB/.474 OB%

6’3 SR INF Alejandro Figueredo

.353/1.112 OPS/221 AB/65 R/78 H/10 2B/19 HR/62 RBI/.656 SLG%/38 SO/38 BB/.456 OB%


The Eagles and Dolphins square off in the first game in the ASUN Conference tournament Tuesday afternoon, and FGCU went 2-1 vs JU, in a three game series from 3/31-4/2 at Swanson Stadium. The Dolphins finished 17-13 in ASUN Conference play. Blake DeLamielleure led the Dolphins this season in batting average, hitting .305 overall.

Kris Armstrong led JU in home runs (22), and RBI’s (65). FR RHP Evan Chrest (7-2, 2.84 ERA) was the Dolphins best pitcher this season, and will be a problem for years to come, after a sensational freshman season. FGCU was led offensively in batting average by Edrick Felix, (.378), home runs (23), and tied with Joe Kinker in RBI’s (73). Everything comes down to this for FGCU, as the Eagles enter tournament play.

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