SANFORD, Florida - A mixed bag of results on Saturday. The Raiders got a big game 1 win vs. the #5 Palm Beach State College Panther. Josh Hancock got the start and the win (1-2). Jake Wright smashed two homeruns (his fourth and fifth of the year) to lead SSC offensively.
Game two looked like another win for the Raiders. Kelyn Fox was the starter and SSC cruised through the first five innings. The 4-0 lead shrank to 4-2 after the sixth. Palm Beach exploded for 6 runs in the seventh to ice the game.
February has been a pretty good month overall for the team, with one game remaining, the Raiders have gone 12-6. If SSC can replicate that record in March, the Raiders will be in the playoff hunt come April.
Seminole State (12-10) will host TNXL Academy on Wednesday at 2 p.m. On Saturday, SSC will begin conference play with a 1 p.m. start vs St. Johns River.
- Admission for regular season games is $5 for Adults, $3 for Youth (12&Under). A new combined (with Softball) season ticket is $30. All can be purchased at the gate.
- Mike Christopoulos (Valdosta State), Brock Howard (Florida), Jorge Meran (Thomas University) and Austin Hurwitz (North Florida) have committed to four-year programs
- The Jazzy Dog Cafe will be providing concessions this season
- To support the Baseball Program through a donation please visit: http://app.eteamsponsor.com/ETS/supportUs/42943869
- The 2017 team finished 25-25, its best record since 2013
- There are opportunities to rent Seminole State Raider facilities, send an email to email@example.com
About the Seminole State Raiders:
The Raider Athletics Department of Seminole State College was established in 1965 and initially led by Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach Joe Sterling. Seminole State currently sponsors five sports, all members of the NJCAA. Both Baseball and Softball facilities are located on College Drive on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus. Kurt Esser is the current Athletic Director.