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Florida Tech Extends Winning Streak to 11 as Panthers Blowout Tigers
INSIDE THE MATCHUP:
Final: Florida Tech 10, Edward Waters 2
Records: Florida Tech (11-1, 3-0 SSC) | Barry (2-8, 0-0 SIAC)
Location: Andy Seminick-Les Hall Field | Melbourne, Fla.
STATS OF GAME:
- The Panthers first run came in the first inning from Brett Parrish’s single to left field, scoring Jakob Newton.
- In the second inning, the Panthers add onto their lead when Jack Nagy ripped a double into left center field that plated Alec Eldridge. Nagy would then score thanks to Newton’s single into right-center field.
- Florida Tech’s bats were hot in the third inning starting with Brett Parrish’s single to right field, where he then advanced to third on an error by right fielder Dominguez, which scored Paul Castillo.
- Dylan Owens reached second on an error by Washington, scoring Parrish.
- Alec Eldridge hit an RBI double to left field, plating Parrish.
- A pitch later, Hayden Kimball would hit an RBI double to left field, scoring Eldridge, but would be thrown out trying to advance to third.
- In the bottom of the fourth, Paul Castillo smashed the ball and homered to right center, scoring Dylan Dohanos in the process.
- The only runs by Edward Waters came in the fifth inning, when Roman scored on a wild pitch. Rodriguez then hit an infield single, plating Garcia.
- The final runs by the Panthers came from Diego Garcia’s RBI single down the third base line in the bottom of the eighth, scoring Luca Wentzel.
- Sam Orozco was perfect over four innings, throwing just 34 pitches in his outing, striking out four.
- Preston Schumacher pitched one inning, allowed four hits and two runs.
- Andrew Dunham pitched one inning, allowed one hit, no runs, and struck out one.
- Tyler Vermillion pitched one inning, allowed no hits and no runs.
- Andres Tapia pitched one inning, allowed no hits, no runs, and struck out two.
- Liam Progulske closed the game for the Panthers, allowed no hits, no runs, and struck out two.
BEYOND THE BOX SCORE:
- This was the first meeting between the teams since April 15, 2003. The Panthers now lead the all-time series with Edward Waters, 12-1.
- This ties the second longest winning streak for the Panthers in the past decade. The last time the Panthers have won 11 straight games was between February 20 – March 9, 2016. The only streak longer, is the 2015 Panthers team, winning their first 17 games of the season.
UP NEXT: The Panthers return to action on Friday night at 6:00 P.M. for a Sunshine State Conference matchup against Tampa at UT Baseball Field.