“I was just worried about putting up a good at-bat with the bases loaded and just put a good swing on it,” Levenson said. “Lately, we’ve just been going back to basics and getting our fundamentals right. I think everyone has just gotten a lot calmer and looser at the plate and I think that’s really helped us out as a team.”
Freshman right-handed pitcher Gage Ziehl earned the victory of Miami by striking out two batters in the seventh. Rosario went made it through four...
This weekend, No. 6 Miami (35-12, 17-7 ACC) swept the visiting North Dakota State Bison (26-16, 12-4 SUMMIT). Two dominating offensive performances on Friday and Saturday produced a combined score of 38-1, respectively.
“[UCF] is physical … the weather isn’t really an issue for them,” Miami head coach Paige Yaroshuk-Tews said. “You just have to raise it another notch, and we were able to do that today.”
After defeating No. 45 USF on Friday, the Hurricanes lost in a close affair to the Gators on Saturday afternoon.
Four more runs in the bottom of the third inning gave the Hurricanes a 10-1 lead early on. “We’re just following a plan,” Morales...
Already down the doubles point, and with only two of Miami’s singles players winning their opening sets, the match looked hopeless. No. 45 South Florida (14-11) had a clear path to victory, needing just three of the four courts they were up on to advance. The Hurricanes (17-9) found themselves in an all-too-familiar hole.
“We came out and played great doubles,” Yaroshuk-Tews said. “I did not love our start in singles, across the board ... but we figured it out, we stayed calm and got the win.”
“Today, we did a lot of work, early work. Just getting back to the fundamentals and getting back to what made us successful throughout the year to this point,” Burke said. “Credit to guys in front of me in the lineup…I’m pretty sure every time I was up today there was a runner on third or at least a runner in scoring position.”
"Fitzroy has been an integral part of this program for the last seven years," Meier said in a Miami Athletics release. "His passion for the program and our players is unmatched and nobody outworks him. Fitz is so committed to The U and I appreciate his endless loyalty throughout the years."
Miami baseball encountered its second Atlantic Coast Conference series loss of the year against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, making it two series losses in the ACC out of the last three.
“I’m incredibly honored to step into this role at Miami. I want to express my sincere thanks to both Jim Larrañaga and Dan Radakovich for their faith and trust in me,” Courtney said in a Miami Athletics release. “It is truly a privilege to put on the ‘U’ each and every day. To do so while working for a great man like Coach L is uniquely special. I’m so excited to continue to build this program and look forward to helping us create more memories in the years to come.”