Eastern Florida State College Sports Roundup

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Eastern Florida Falls 11-5 to Miami Dade

Eastern Florida’s baseball committed five errors in dropping an 11-5 decision to host Miami Dade College yesterday in Kendall.

Eastern Florida's baseball committed five errors in dropping an 11-5 decision to host Miami Dade College on Saturday in Kendall. (EFSC image)

Eastern Florida’s baseball committed five errors in dropping an 11-5 decision to host Miami Dade College on Saturday in Kendall. (EFSC image)

The loss dropped Eastern Florida to 15-8 overall and 5-3 in the Florida College System Activities Association Southern Conference. It also broke a four-game Eastern Florida winning streak.

Miami Dade improved to 12-11 and 3-3. Hector Perez took the loss for Eastern Florida. Offensively the Titans held their own with 11 hits to eight for Miami Dade. Francisco Cruz went 4-for-5 with two home runs and three runs batted in. Christian Diaz went 3-for-5, Efren Sanchez went 2-for-4 and Jack Machonis 2-for-5.

Next up for Eastern Florida are games against College Le Fleche of Quebec, Canada beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at Bruce Bochy Field on the Melbourne Campus.

The Titans resume conference play at 3 p.m. Friday against Indian River State College in Fort Pierce and then host the Pioneers at 1 p.m. Saturday in Melbourne. Admission to Eastern Florida home games is free.

Eastern Florida Tennis Falls 8-1 at Broward College

Eastern Florida’s women’s tennis team dropped an 8-1 Florida College System Activities Association/NJCAA Region 8 match to host Broward College in Davie on Friday.

Eastern Florida's women's tennis team dropped an 8-1 Florida College System Activities Association/NJCAA Region 8 match to host Broward College in Davie on Friday.

Eastern Florida’s women’s tennis team dropped an 8-1 Florida College System Activities Association/NJCAA Region 8 match to host Broward College in Davie on Friday.

Eastern Florida’s lone point came at No. 2 doubles where sophomore Kasey Love and freshman Hope Fellows scored an 8-6 victory.

The loss dropped Eastern Florida to 3-6 in its inaugural spring championship season. Broward improved to 3-2.

Next up for Eastern Florida is a 3 p.m. Thursday match against Washburn University of Topeka, KS at Rollins College in Winter Park.


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