• Baseball lost to Lake-Sumter Community College, 4-10, with the loss going to Taylor Countryman. Ryan Sebra hit 5-5.
  • CONFERENCE CHAMPS! Softball swept the Santa Fe Saints in a home doubleheader at home to claim the outright conference championship. Get the Recaps!
  • The women's tennis team had a tough go at the Florida State Tennis Tournament, placing fourth out of five teams. Read more in Coach's Corner.

FIVE BLUEWAVE PITCHERS COMBINE FOR SHUTOUT, 14-0

FSCJ BlueWave Wins 14-0 over Taylor University

The BlueWave was done in by one number: Two. Yes, FSCJ scored two runs in the top of the sixth inning. However, it was two 2-run home runs in the bottom half of the same inning, that was the difference maker as the Vikings defeated the BlueWave this evening 4-2.

Josh Knies and Reece Green both pitched scoreless innings before CJ Eytel game up the two biggest hits of the game.

The FSCJ offense was provided by, two, players. Jaylen Woullard and Cameron Blaquiere both had, two, hits, and scored the two BlueWave runs.

FSCJ (10-28) will try to even this three-game set at FSCJ North Campus on Wednesday. First pitch is at 3:00 p.m. Stay tuned to FSCJ BlueWave on Facebook, and @FSCJBaseball for more updates.

-Aaron Smiley, BlueWave Sports Writer"

 

FSCJ GETS TEAM EFFORT TO WIN CONFERENCE OPENER

FSCJ BlueWave beats Seminole State 8-4

Down two runs early, the BlueWave baseball team used some timely hitting, fielding, and blunders from their opponents, to defeat Seminole State 8-4.

Starter Reece Green went eight strong innings, allowing only two early runs on five hits, with two strikeouts. He was aided on numerous occasions with some stout defensive plays from the entire infield: especially third baseman Jordan Stacy and shortstop Christian Jones.

Jake Hellweg had a day, going 4-for-4 with three singles, and a bases clearing triple. Right behind him was Scotty Wright, coming a homer short of a cycle. He finished 3-for-5 with and RBI double.

FSCJ plays the second of a three game set with Seminole State in Sanford on Wednesday before coming back home to finish the series on Friday!!

Follow @FSCJBaseball on Twitter for more updates!!

-Aaron Smiley, BlueWave Sports Writer"



-Aaron Smiley, BlueWave Sports Writer"

 

BLUEWAVE SWEEP MACOMB CC DOUBLEHEADER

FSCJ BlueWave Wins 7-2 vs Macomb Community College

After a walk-off single for FSCJ in Game 1, the BlueWave came right back with a 7-2 victory against Macomb Community College in Game 2 of the doubleheader.

In the last tune up before conference play, it was once again a pitch by committee effort. Starter Cody Burnham didn't allow a run and had four strikeouts in three innings pitched. He was assisted by CJ Eytel, Chris Demeter, and Austin Kirksey. Eytel allowed to only two Macomb runs.

Second baseman Scotty Wright went 2-for-4 with two singles and two RBIs. Connor Fitzpatrick also drove in two runs with a single and a double.

FSCJ opens conference play against Seminole State Monday, March 9 at Frank Hoey Field - North Campus at 3:00pm. Follow @FSCJBaseball for more updates!

-Aaron Smiley, FSCJ Sports Writer"


-Aaron Smiley, BlueWave Sports Writer"

 

FIVE BLUEWAVE PITCHERS COMBINE FOR SHUTOUT, 14-0

FSCJ BlueWave Wins 14-0 over Taylor University

It didn't matter who was on the mound for FSCJ. They were not going to let a Taylor University player cross the plate. Starter Judson George, along Matt Deegan, Chris Demeter, Cameron Blaquiere and Austin Kirksey, shut out Taylor University 14-0.

The offense also came to play. Leadoff man Cody Boswell went 3-3 with 2 runs and 2 stolen bases. Jordan Stacy went 3-for-4 with three RBIs. Jaylen Woullard also had a productive day with two hits, reaching on an error, and an RBI fielder's choice. The BlueWave scored in every inning except for one.

Follow @FSCJBaseball for more updates!

-Aaron Smiley, BlueWave Sports Writer"

 

FSCJ Bluewave drops high-scoring affair to SGSC, 15-14

FSCJ BlueWave Loses 15-14 to South Georgia State College

FSCJ BlueWave fell 15-14 to SGSC on Wednesday despite racking up 14 hits and 14 runs. Khalil Searcy got on base three times in the game for FSCJ Bluewave. He scored two runs and had one RBI. He singled in the fourth inning and homered in the sixth inning. Cayden Hatcher got the win for SGSC. He allowed three runs over four innings. Hatcher struck out four, walked one and gave up five hits.

SGSC easily handled FSCJ Bluewave pitching as seven hitters combined for 14 hits, 15 RBIs and 12 runs scored. Matt Deegan couldn't get it done on the bump for FSCJ Bluewave, taking a loss. He lasted just 1 2/3 innings, walked seven, struck out none, and allowed five runs. The game's last lead went to SGSC thanks to a first inning rally that saw five runs cross the plate on two ground outs. SGSC added six more runs in the top of the third. Tyler Ammerman singled, scoring Steve McLeod to start the inning.

SGSC increased its lead with three runs in the fifth. Wyatt Petrey started the inning with a double, plating Aaron Moore and Mikal Flores. After pushing across eight runs in the bottom of the seventh, FSCJ Bluewave faced just a 15-14 deficit. A two-run double by Christian Jones, a two-run error, a two-run double by Jordan Stacy, an RBI single by Zach Smith, and a passed ball fueled FSCJ Bluewave's comeback. Finally, Jared Crews got Searcy to to end the threat.

 

Connor Fitzpatrick Big Day Not Enough

FSCJ BlueWave Lose 9-0 to Eastern Florida State College

The BlueWave baseball team wound up on the wrong side of a 9-0 score on Saturday at EFSC, tasting defeat at the hands of EFSC. Hagy got the win for EFSC, he pitched 6.2 shootout inning, striking out 10, walking one and surrendering just three hits. Diaz, Gomez, Deller and V. Capra lead EFSC. They combined for eight hits and seven RBI's. Cody Burnham ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, was charged with the lost. He allowed seven runs, four earned in five innings, walked three and struck out four. The game's last lead went to EFSC thanks to a 1st inning rally that saw five runs cross the plate.  

BlueWave, Brad Renner, Drafted by Chicago Cubs

Florida State College at Jacksonville baseball star, Brad Renner is headed for the big leagues. After earning an associate in arts degree with a focus on biotechnology, Renner was one of 20 college players selected in the final 30 picks of Baseball's National League draft. The Land O' Lakes native was the Chicago Cubs' 28th draft pick. While at FSCJ, Renner started 13 games with a 4-5 record and a 3.07 ERA with 66 strikeouts in 73 innings. This is a well-deserved and extraordinary opportunity. We will all be rooting for him. 

BlueWave Baseball

Men's Baseball team posing the "Wave", a new tradition the team started.