A-Sun: Can Anbody Stop Belmont?

By Bryan App - May 26, 2007


Jacksonville will try today in the A-Sun Tournament title game. Belmont's offensive seems unstoppable in the tournament with a team batting average of .355 and 34 runs scored. That's more than double Jacksonville's 15 runs scored.

Belmont already defeated Jacksonville 12-7 in the first round and would have to lose two to the Dolphins today in order not to win the A-Sun title.

Ace pitcher Charles Lee (8-1, 3.62 ERA) will pitch for Belmont, which was an interesting decision by Coach Dale Jarvis, considering he has two games to work with today.

Matt Gardner (6-5, 3.78 ERA) is on the mound for Jacksonville.

If the opening round match-up between these teams is any indication, this one could get crazy. Belmont led that game 4-2 before Jacksonville took the lead with a five-run eighth. The Bruins responded with an eight-run eighth for the win.

Posted by Bryan App at 01:15 PM on May 26, 2007
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