Gallery: FAU Baseball loses to University of Florida 10-8

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






The Florida Atlantic University Owls (6-2) fell to University of Florida Gators (7-1) after leading for much of the game. The Owls led until the top of the fourth, when the Gators scored three runs on four consecutive hits to go from being down 3-1 to being up 4-3.

The Gators put three runs on the board in the top of the sixth to go up 7-3, but the Owls tied it in the bottom half of the inning. After senior infielder CJ Chatham ran to home base on an error, senior infielder Ricky Santiago cleared the bases with a double to tie the score at seven. The Gators had another three run inning in the top of the eighth, and FAU was unable to make the comeback, scoring one run in the final three innings to lose 10-8.

Redshirt junior Devon Carr received the loss for the Owls, while redshirt sophomore Mike Vinson picked up the win for UF. Junior Taylor Lewis earned his second save of the season for the Gators.


FAUvUF_Friswell_05
Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor
Jupiter’s Roger Dean Stadium housed a very vocal FAU and UF crowd for Tuesday night’s in-state matchup.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_001Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Ricky Santiago (2) hits a ground ball to shortstop in the first inning.


FAUvUF_Friswell_01Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor
Designated hitter Esteban Puerta gets hits by a pitch in the second inning, which led to him scoring one of FAU’s three runs in the inning.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_002Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Buddy Reed (24) attempts to bunt in the third inning. The at-bat resulted in a double play.


FAUvUF_Friswell_02Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor
Designated hitter Esteban Puerta had a run, hit and RBI to assist the Owls for their eight runs.


FAUvUF_Friswell_03Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor
Third baseman Ricky Santiago runs towards the play as the Gators try to bunt. Santiago picked up three hits and three RBIs in the loss to the University of Florida.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_003Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Shortstop CJ Chatham (10) laughs as the sprinklers come on by accident during the sixth inning of Tuesday night’s game.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_009Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Gators catcher JJ Schwarz (22) hits a single up the middle in the sixth inning.


FAUvUF_Friswell_06Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor
Outfielder Christian Dicks and first baseman Brett Lashley celebrate after both scoring in the sixth inning to tie the score against the Gators at seven.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_004Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Pitcher John Sebelle (19) pitches in the seventh inning. Sebelle threw one inning and did not allow any hits or runs.


FAUvUF_Friswell_07Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor
FAU fans celebrate after catching a foul ball. The reported attendance of Tuesday night’s game was 2,181 fans.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_005Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Owls head coach John McCormack argues with the home plate umpire after a missed interference call.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_006Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Reily Monkman (21) warms up in the eighth. Monkman pitched one inning and allowed one run.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_007Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Santiago (2) beats the throw to third after a wild pitch.


FAU v. UF_BB_Max Jackson_008Max Jackson | Photo Editor
Gators head coach Kevin O’Sullivan argues with umpires.


FAUvUF_Friswell_08Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor
Pitcher Bo Logan didn’t allow any hits or runs as he closed out the loss to the University of Florida 10-8.