Feb. 2

Eckerd Baseball hit the road for their first away games this season in Carrollton, Georgia. They took the game against University of West Georgia with an 11-1 win.

Softball had their home season opener against Ursuline College. They played a double-header leaving the opponents scoreless with a 9-0 win and an 8-0 win.

Feb. 4

Baseball lost a tough battle at home against Florida Southern College. The non-conference opponents came out with a fast lead while the Tritons couldn’t get back, falling short 1-5.

Feb. 7

Softball took the road for their first away match at The Old Coast Classic held at Flagler College. It was a hard fought match, but not enough to top #24 Valdosta State University, falling 2-8.

Feb. 8

After a tough loss against #24 Valdosta State University, the softball team had another chance against them. Although they racked up 11, they fell 2-3 to Valdosta and later played Flagler College, which ended in a 1-6 loss for the Tritons.

The Baseball team showed success on the road at Historic Stan Galle Field in Mobile, AL in a doubleheader sweep against Spring Hill College. The first game ended 11-3 and the second 7-1.

The Women's Basketball team swept Nova Southeastern University 68-50 giving them their 11th Sunshine State conference win. 

The Men’s Basketball team came up short against #5 Nova Southeastern University during their whiteout match at MacArthur Gymnasium. The game ended 78-93.

Feb. 9

During the final game of the series against Spring Hill College, the Baseball team lost momentum and fell 3-6 in the Historic Stan Galle Field in Mobile, AL on Sunday afternoon.

During their final match at the Old Coast Classic, the softball team was able to collect 12 hits sweeping Flagler 8-1 at Flagler Field in St. Augustine, FL. 

Feb. 12

Women’s Basketball dominated Florida Tech Wednesday night with a 26-point second quarter which led to a 76-59 win at the McArthur Center.

The Men’s Basketball team had a successful first half leading 46-34. Although they tied the second half 44-44, the lead in the first half allowed them to come out with a crucial 90-78 conference win against Florida Tech.


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