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Game One Final: Florida Tech 3, Rollins 0
Game Two Final: Florida Tech 0, Rollins 8
Records: Florida Tech (32-20, 15-15 SSC) | Rollins (28-7, 9-5 SSC)
Location: Nancy Bottge Field | Melbourne, Fla.   


  • Teams remained in a scoreless tie for five and a half straight innings.
  • Panthers were able to create some action in the bottom of the six, scoring three runs.
  • Back-to-back hits by Cheyenne Nelson and Chloe French to lead off the sixth inning put the Panthers in scoring position.
  • Next at bat, Nelson was thrown out at home, but Whitney Ellis – pitch running for French – reached third.
  • A throwing error on the Rollins catcher, aiming to pick off Ellis, allowed for Ellis to reach home plate putting the Panthers on the board.
  • Victoria Szrom was caught stealing, freeing up Mikayla Lewin to steal home.
  • Jolie Miracle put run number three on the board with a homerun over the right field wall.
  • The Tars went three up, three down to end the game and secure the Panther win.
  • Alex Hendrian threw a three-hit complete game with four strikeouts to improve to 10-7 on the season. Hendrian retired 12 of the final 13 batters.


  • It was a tale of two games as Rollins run ruled the Panthers in game two.
  • In the second inning, a RBI ground out and RBI single opened the scoring for the Tars.
  • Rollins plated one in both the fourth and fifth innings, both RBI singles.
  • In the top of the sixth, Tars plated four on a no out bases-loaded walk, a two-run single to center field, and a RBI single to right field.
  • The Panthers were retired in order in the bottom of the sixth to end the game and give Rollins the run-rule win.
  • Kelsie Rivers suffered the loss in the circle allowing three hits and two runs with no walks in two and one-third innings of work.
  • Samantha Guider threw three innings allowing 12 hits, six runs, and one walk on three strikeouts.
  • Allison Platon pitched two-thirds an inning allowing, no hits, no walks, and no runs.


  • The Panthers move to 58-56 all-time against the Rollins Tars.
  • Jolie Miracle’s homerun in game one was her third of the season and third of her career.
  • Alex Hendrian’s complete game in game one was her ninth of the season.
  • Hendrian’s game one shutout was her fourth shutout of the season.

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