MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. —
Thomas University’s baseball squad won another pair of same-day games for the second time in a week on Friday, ousting Florida Memorial 15-6 in the opening contest and 7-1 in the finale.
The Night Hawks are now 2-0 in Sun Conference play, riding a balanced attack with a .305 team batting average and 1.17 earned run average.
KC Meijia, Tyler Palmer, Damon Jackson and Andrew Crane led the charge with three hits and two RBIs each. Pitcher Kurtis Gens, following his shutout performance last Saturday, threw four strikeouts and allowed just five hits in eight innings before Nick Riley came in to close.
Thomas continued its surgew with three runs in the first inning of game two. Meija reacahed on a single to right field, Brandon Singer reached on a bunt, Trey Griffin got on with a fielder’s choice. The latter two scored on the heels of a double to deep center by Josh Bruijin.The early spark gave the Night Hawks a lead that it wouldn’t relinquish.