Eastern Florida State College Sports Roundup

By  //  March 11, 2014

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Golf Hosts St. Peter’s University Today In Rockledge

Fresh off its first tournament victory of the spring season Eastern Florida’s golf team hosts NCAA Division I St. Peter’s University on Tuesday at the Rockledge Country Club.

Fresh off its first tournament victory of the spring season Eastern Florida's golf team hosts NCAA Division I St. Peter's University on Tuesday at the Rockledge Country Club. (Eastern Florida State College image)

Fresh off its first tournament victory of the spring season Eastern Florida’s golf team hosts NCAA Division I St. Peter’s University on Tuesday at the Rockledge Country Club. (Eastern Florida State College image)

The 18-hole match tees off at 2 p.m. and spectators are welcome.

All seven of Eastern Florida’s golfers – Dalton Bartlett, Kyle Benson, Drew Cooke, Brad Gray, Arthur Leonard, Nicholas Maynard and Lorenzo Bolivar – will compete. Each match will count for one point and ties ½ point.

Gray, Maynard, Leonard, Benson and Cooke competed for the Titans as they won the Doublegate Collegiate Invitational hosted by Darton State College in Albany, GA last week.

Jamie Howell

Jamie Howell

Eastern Florida head coach Jamie Howell is hopeful his players maintain the momentum.

“Winning can be contagious just like the other side,” Howell said. “We are in the process for preparing for (next week’s) Florida Tech’s event as well and this will be a good week of work for the guys.

“Tuesday’s match gets us into the competitive frame of mind and further identifies what we need to do to improve.”

Titans Split Softball Doubleheader at FSCJ

Eastern Florida’s softball team split a doubleheader at Florida State College Jacksonville on Sunday.

 Eastern Florida's softball team split a doubleheader at Florida State College Jacksonville on Sunday and the Titans won the first game 11-8 on freshman Dajia Jones' two-run home run. Sophomore Brooke Formby was the winning pitcher.

Eastern Florida’s softball team split a doubleheader at Florida State College Jacksonville on Sunday and the Titans won the first game 11-8 on freshman Dajia Jones’ two-run home run. Sophomore Brooke Formby was the winning pitcher.

The Titans won the first game 11-8 on freshman Dajia Jones’ two-run home run. Sophomore Brooke Formby was the winning pitcher.

The Titans lost the second game 4-2. Jones was the losing pitcher.

Eastern Florida is now 13-16 on the season. FSCJ is 12-12.

The Titans next play when they open Florida College System Activities Association Southern Conference action at home on Saturday against Palm Beach State at 1 and 3 p.m.

Admission to home games on the Palm Bay Campus is free.


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