Titans Seek Consistency In Upcoming Softball Games

By  //  February 15, 2013

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BCC Plays Doubleheader Friday In Palatka

BREVARD COUNTY, FL – In addition to the natural course of pursuing victories, the Brevard Community College softball team also is chasing consistency something that has been elusive over the first 15 games of the 2013 season.

The BCC softball team is hoping to have freshman pitcher Brook Formby return from a leg injury soon. (Image courtesy o0f BCC)

BCC is 6-9 heading into a stretch of six games in four days: a Friday doubleheader at St. Johns River State College in Palatka and home doubleheaders against Polk State College beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday and against South Florida Community College beginning at 5 p.m. Monday.

Titans home softball games are played at the field on the Palm Bay Campus and admission is free.

BCC has split the three doubleheaders it has played plus produced mixed results in its two tournaments.

Pitching has been a concern. Sophomore Shannen Marchu, who has a 6-4 won-loss record, is getting the majority of the work but that could change once freshman Brooke Formby, who has been out with a leg injury, is cleared to play.

Fortunately for BCC its offense has been consistent.

“We continue to work on consistency every day in practice,” assistant coach Bob Yanczewski said. “We have some struggles but who doesn’t when you play as many games as softball teams do. We will work through them and improve as the season goes on. We still have a little way to go before we get to our conference schedule.”