Rollins ( 24-19, 11-13 SSC ) vs. Embry-Riddle (26-17, 15-9 SSC)
Winter Park, Fla. | Alfond Stadium
In partnership with the Dan Patrick School of Sportscasting
Set-up: Rollins is set to host Sunshine State Conference rival Embry Riddle for their final home series of the year. Rollins will look to send the seniors out in style with a win. The Tars fell this past weekend after getting swept by Tampa on the road by the scores of (8-3,4-2,9-5). Rollins is 19-8 at home while Embry-Riddle is 7-9 on the road. The Eagles are coming off a doubleheader loss against Barry falling (2-0 and 11-1). Embry Riddle is sitting fourth in the SSC standings while Rollins is seventh.
Tracking the Tars:
Jack Gonzalez leads the Tars on the season, hitting .343 with eight homeruns and 34 RBIs. Luke Reidy is hitting .308 on the season with three homeruns and 20 RBIs. Cameron Montgomery bats .283, to go along with eight homeruns and 24 RBIs.
Tracking the Eagles:
Kirk Sidell is the leader on the Eagles offense. Batting .378 with four homeruns and 28 RBIs. Zach Howard has the most homeruns on the Embry-Riddle team with 12 and batting .325 and 44 RBIs.
Pitcher Garrett Goodall with a 2.84 ERA winnings 8 games with only one loss. He has 63 strikeouts with 73.0 innings pitched. Troy Naab with a 3.97 ERA pitching in 45.1 innings and 47 strikeouts.
· Rollins is tied 13-13 all time against the Eagles.
· Jack Gonzalez is on a 20 game hitting streak.
· Last meeting against the two teams Rollins won the series.
· Kyle Hintz first in the SSC with Hit By Pitch (20).
· Jimmy Robbins is second in the SSC with 89 strikeouts.
· ERAU is ranked No. 9 in the lastest NCAA South Region Rankings.
Next up: The Tars will have their final series of the year against Florida Tech, May 9-10 for a three game set in Melbourne, Fla. starting at 6 PM. Fans can watch the action live on the Tars Sports Network at RollinsSports.com.