UNF Sweeps NJIT on Saturday

Ospreys Win 6-3

The Unf Ospreys recorded their first ASUN Conference sweep of the season with a 6-3 win over NJIT on Saturday at Harmon Stadium.

UNF registered 11 hits, while three players had a multi-hit game.

 

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LEADING OFF
– UNF advanced to a 6-0 all time record against NJIT.
– In four of the last five years, the Ospreys have won 20 or more games at home.
– UNF has won its last eight conference series.
– The Ospreys recorded their first ASUN sweep of the season… It was the first conference sweep since NJIT last season.
– UNF not lost a weekend series this season.
Blake Voyles led the Ospreys going 3-for-3 with two runs and an RBI… Wesley Weeks went 3-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI… Mac Wilson hit 2-for-3 with two RBI.
– With three hits, Wesley Weeks owns the team’s longest current hit streak of 11 games… Patrick Ervin, who drew a walk in the game, has reached base in 11 straight games… Chris Berry has reached base in 34 of the 39 games this season.

HOW IT HAPPENED
– Matt Cocciadiferro singled to left field that drove home Alex Burman and started the scoring in the first inning… Weeks threw out Cody Kramer trying to score on the play.
Blake Voyles scored on a wild pitched that leveled the score.
– Wilson doubled to the right side and scored Christian Diaz.
– Weeks doubled double the right field line before Voyles brought him home with a single to right field… Wilson scored Diaz for the second time of the game on a ground out… Voyles crossed home plate on an error.
– Burman recorded a doubled down the right field line that brought home Bryan Haberstroh… Burman scored on a ground out by Johnny Malatesta.

WHAT’S NEXT
The Ospreys travel to Florida on Tuesday at 7 p.m. before returning home to host USF on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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