Baseball Loses Midweek Contest to FIT 11-1
April 5, 2016
Written By: Kennie Silvestri, Sports Information Assistant
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – The Palm Beach Atlantic baseball team fell below the .500 mark Tuesday evening with their sixth consecutive loss, falling 11-1 to Florida Tech.
The Sailfish played a sloppy game, walking seven Panther hitters, and making six errors in the field. The Sailfish also had a rough day at the plate, as the ‘Fish only recorded three hits and struck out 12 times.
Freshman Mitchell Carroll (Loss, 0-1) made his first career start for the Sailfish Tuesday, and did not disappoint as Carroll worked five innings, and allowed three runs which all came in the first inning. Carroll allowed five hits and struck out two hitters in the outing.
Andy Marzheuser earned the win for FIT with four scoreless innings of relief for the Panthers. Marzheuser allowed only one hit and struck out four in his four innings.
Eddie Vicinanza, Noah Johnson, and Jake Summey recorded the hits for PBA on the night. Seniors Sam Dillon and Logan White threw scoreless innings of relief for the ‘Fish
The Sailfish will remain at home this weekend, as they host No. 24 Nova Southeastern University in a weekend series beginning Friday at 6 p.m.