Saints Weekly Wrap-up: March 26 – April 1

Baseball (3-0 on the week, 30-8 overall, 12-2 MFC) JT Simpson (6-1, 1.75 ERA) pitched 6.2 innings of two run ball on Monday afternoon in Sanford against Seminole State College and Josh Larson finished off the Raiders with 2.1 scoreless innings to give SF their eighth win in a row.

SF fell behind 6-1 early on against the Florida State College-Jacksonville on Wednesday, March 28 but 10 unanswered runs, capped by a seven run ninth propelled Santa Fe past the Stars for their ninth win in a row. 

On Sunday, the Saints jumped out to a 9-0 lead against St. John’s River State College and cruised to a 9-3 win.  The victory is the tenth in a row for SF and gives them a two game lead over the College of Central Florida in the race for the Mid-Florida Conference title.

Fastpitch (6-0 on the week, 23-18 overall, 10-3 MFC) The Santa Fe Saints took a break from their Mid-Florida Conference schedule on Monday, March 26 for a double header against Mount Mercy University. SF won game one on a walk off hit 3-2 and took game two 4-2.

On Tuesday, the seven time defending Mid-Florida Conference champions moved back in to familiar surroundings atop the MFC standings after a two game sweep of rival College of Central Florida Tuesday afternoon. The Saints took game one 6-5 on a walk off hit by Bianca Torres and game two 2-0 on a sixth inning homer by Erika Garcia.

It wasn’t easy Thursday afternoon, but the Santa Fe Saints pulled out two wins against Mid-Florida Conference rivals St. John’s River State College, taking game one 4-3 and game two 6-5 in extra innings to finish off a 6-0 week.

Rankings:                            State Poll             National Poll

Baseball                                     3                                RV

Fastpitch                                    5                                RV

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