50Th Win Sends Seawolves To Lsu, News (Terriers Baseball)

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50Th Win Sends Seawolves To Lsu
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, June 3, 2012
Congratulations to alumni Tanner Nivins, Jas Rakkar and Cole Peragine who will be heading to LSU to take on the Tigers in the NCAA D1 Super Regionals! The winner will advance to the College World Series. The Stony Brook Seawolves defeated Central Florida University 10-6 on Monday night in Coral Gables FL.

It was their 50th victory of the season, which is the most in all of D1 College Baseball. The Seawolves rung up 59 hits and scored 50 runs in the five game Regional Tournament. The Terriers would also like to extend their sincere congratulations to the Seawolves coaching staff, and wish them the best of luck at Louisiana State University. The Tigers routinely sell out their 11,000 stadium and the atmosphere is recognized as one of college baseball's best. They have won the College World Series six times. Tanner, Jas, Cole... Enjoy the experience!
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