Game Notes: No. 2 UWF hosts Shorter to open April

Game Notes: No. 2 UWF hosts Shorter to open April

first_imgGame Notes: No. 2 UWF hosts Shorter to open April Sean Plunkett hit .443 with a .574 slugging percentage in the month of March. (Photo by Bill Stockland) Sharecenter_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 2 West Florida baseball team hosts Shorter to open the month of April this weekend at Jim Spooner Field. The Argonauts (25-5, 17-3) are on a six-game winning streak and ranked No. 2 in the South Region.UWF plays Shorter in a three-game series beginning with a doubleheader Saturday, April 12, at 2 p.m. The Argos wrap up the series with the Hawks Sunday at 1 p.m. The weekend is highlighted by Pen Air Federal Credit Union Military Appreciation Day benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project Saturday.Live Coverage:Live stats and video SaturdayLive stats and audio SundayGame Notes4/11 vs. ShorterMilitary Appreciation DayUWF is hosting its fourth annual Pen Air Federal Credit Union Military Appreciation Day benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project Saturday.The first 500 fans at the game will receive a free UWF t-shirt or free UWF camo hat, and there will be a free cookout for all fans. Donations will be accepted in lieu of tickets. In addition, Cat Country 98.7 will be broadcasting from the East Sports Complex.Polls and RankingsCollegiate Baseball Poll: UWF moved up to No. 2 in the nation in the latest Collegiate Baseball Poll. It was the ninth consecutive week that the Argonauts ranked in the top five.National College Baseball Writer’s Association: UWF remained No. 4 in the NCBWA poll. The Argos were ranked No. 2 in the South Region behind Tampa.College Baseball Lineup: UWF remained at No. 4 in the College Baseball Lineup rankings.D2BaseballNews: UWF moved up to No. 4 in the latest D2 Baseball News rankings.February vs. MarchUWF was very good in February. The Argos went 11-2 (.846 win pct.) and ranked as high as No. 2 in the country. The pitching staff posted a 2.56 ERA, and the offense averaged five runs per game.And then things heated up in March. UWF went 14-3 (.824), the pitching staff posted a 2.12 ERA, and the offense averaged 5.5 runs per game. The lineup’s batting average was 61 points higher in March, and its on-base percentage was 45 points higher.  Stats and StreaksHitting StreaksCliff Covington… 2Trumon Jefferson… 2Sean Plunkett… 1Aaron Haag… 1Alex Greene… 1Tyler Halstead… 1Garrett Flynn… 1Reached Base StreaksSean Plunkett… 20Cliff Covington… 11Jeremy Bajdaun… 9Garrett Flynn… 5Kaleb Barlow… 4Alex Greene… 4Trumon Jefferson… 2Print Friendly Versionlast_img

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