JU erased a large portion of a 12 run deficit before a lightning delay in the seventh inning turned into a severe weather delay that lasted over five hours, and JU (40-21) eventually fell to Florida Atlantic 12-7 on day three of the Gainesville Regional.
While this year’s Jacksonville University baseball team is the first to make the NCAA Baseball Championship in seven seasons, part of that past success, plus a little outside flavor, is helping the 2018 Dolphins prepare like they have been there before.
Jacksonville University baseball came-from-behind to beat #3 seed Florida Atlantic 5-3 on the opening night of the Gainesville Regional, drawing a date with the #1 overall seed Florida tomorrow night at 7 p.m.
Playing in its second contest of the day at the 2018 ASUN Conference Baseball Championship, the No. 2 seed Jacksonville University baseball team fell to No. 4 seed and host team North Florida, 6-2, in the event’s semifinal round.
After winning its first two battles in the 2018 ASUN Baseball Championship, the Jacksonville University baseball team advances in the winner’s bracket to play in its earliest game of the season thus far.
Following a 9-6 victory over No. 5 seed Lipscomb in the opening round of the 2018 ASUN Conference Baseball Championship, the Jacksonville University baseball team advances in the winner’s bracket to play in the nightcap of Thursday’s action.
The offensive fireworks returned for Jacksonville University baseball, who got seven strong innings from Spencer Stockton on the mound to win 11-3 over Kennesaw State Friday night at John Sessions Stadium.
Following the execution of its fifth series sweep of the year, and a mid-week cancellation due to weather, the Jacksonville University baseball concludes regular season play at home with a three-game weekend series.