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.
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...
“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.”
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.
In the midst of a four-game losing streak, their worst of the year, the Miami Hurricanes came to life on Sunday at Mac Nease Baseball Park, taking down the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 13-2.
“I thought [Palmquist] threw as good as I’ve seen him all year,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said. “They’re a very good offensive team and he just did a great job. He pitched efficiently. He pitched good enough to win, we just couldn’t swing the bats as I’d like.”
Suddenly, the No. 3 Hurricanes find themselves with serious work to do to keep their top-five ranking after this weekend.
A 2-1 win on Friday, won in extra innings, a 17-2 win Saturday, and a 9-4 loss in the series finale Sunday kept Miami (31-9, 16-5 ACC) atop of the ACC Coastal by three games.
“Just disappointing. We really didn’t do much today, was kind of a flat game,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said.
Scoring 16 straight runs, the “Cardiac Canes” showed no struggles in climbing ahead, defeating Pittsburgh 17-2 on Saturday.