Mar 17, 2009 | Dan Thompson | 264 views
Terrier Shark Bait !
The Terriers made the one hour and fifteen minute drive down I 95 to play the NJCAA Division 1 sixth rank Miami Dade Sharks Tuesday. The Sharks dominated this feeding frenzy, coming away with a 15-1 victory.
Miami-Dade is one year removed from from having eight players drafted. That is more than any other college in the country.
The Sharks pounded out thirteen hits, and also took advantage of walks and 3 Terrier errors.
The biggest blow came in the sixth inning when seven Sharks crossed home plate.
Tanner Nivins, Brandon Dailey, Kevin Nickel, Donovan Latour and Chandler McLaren had hits for the Terriers. Bright spots on the mound came from lefties Austin Huibers and Billy Ralston. They both threw scoreless innings.
The Terriers spring break record goes to 4 and 2. Wednesday is an off day, followed by three more games Thursday and Friday.