Sport Shorts, April 17, 2018

Men’s Baseball

The Sharks took home a victory against Saint Leo on April 6, which increased their winning streak to nine straight. Redshirt senior Andrew Liberty stole the show as they defeated the Lions with a score of 10-6. Liberty hit for the cycle for the first time in his career, and the first time for the program in 13 years, in a 16-5 Sharks victory to wrap up a three-game road sweep of Saint Leo. On April 7, the Sharks played the second match of three against Saint Leo and won with a score of 19-4. In this match, Senior Dylan Harris led off the game with a home run and was followed by junior Jake Anchia three batters later. Finally, on April 8, the Sharks swept Saint Leo with a score of 18-13. Liberty scored first on a double by Anchia.

Women’s Golf

The women’s golf team ended the Lady Panther Invitational with a third place finish out of eight teams. Senior Michelle Ruiz led the way for the NSU lineup by earning a share of second at one-under par. She was followed by junior Sophie Madden and senior Janelle Johnson. They also finished Top-10 in the field.

Women’s Softball

The women’s softball team suffered three losses on three matches against Florida Tech held on April 6 and 7. On April 6, Florida Tech won with a score of 4-1, though senior Dana Edmundson scored after an error by the Panthers. The next day, the Sharks failed to score a point which led to a final score of 8-0. On the second match they also failed to beat Florida Tech and had a final score of 2-4.

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