The home run was the first blast the Miami Springs native hit at the Division 1 level since June 4, 2016, after Reyes spent the 2017 season at Broward College.
Rutgers took advantage of the Canes’ defensive blunders and capitalized with RBI-singles from Kyle Walker and Dan DiGeorgio to take a two-run lead that would ultimately be enough.
The home run was the first blast Reyes hit at the Division I level since June 4, 2016, after the Miami Springs native spent the 2017 season at Broward College.
Despite suffering an early 2-0 deficit, the Canes poured in seven runs in the third inning to build a lead from which the Scarlet Knights could not recover.
Miami Hurricanes baseball will be holding a mandatory compliance meeting at the Schwartz Center for Athletic Excellence at 3 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 9. Walk-on tryouts will be held at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Anyone interested can call the baseball office at 305-284-4171 for more…
Are you a dedicated sports fan? Well if you are, you might not be as big of one as Mike Kaffee is for UM baseball. The 20-year Air Force veteran has been to every single Hurricanes home game since 2002, when he bought season tickets.
It was not the most conventional walk-off win, but the Hurricanes will take it. After allowing the Seminoles to tie the game up at 4-4, the Canes claimed the victory on a Michael Burns grounder in extra innings. FSU shortstop Taylor Walls couldn’t control the throw to first base, and it bounced out of play. This allowed UM’s Brandon Gali to score from third and seal the win.