The Hurricanes (17-11, 8-3) and Eagles (10-15, 4-7) were only able to play two of three scheduled contests against each other, squeezing in a double header on Sunday. Miami won both contests by scores of 19-4 and 7-6 respectively.
After a number of big names bolt to the Big Leagues, the expectations surrounding this year’s squad were not as high as they have been in past seasons. Despite this, the team has risen to No. 2 in the rankings.
For the third straight game, the sixth-ranked University of Miami baseball team erased an early deficit and overpowered its opponent for a victory at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.