Everything is on the line when the Pirates host the fifth and final match on Wednesday, October 26th to determine the Panhandle Conference Champion. In a best of five series, the Pirates (23-5) took the early 2-0 lead over Gulf Coast (18-6). The Commodores have bounced back and won the last two meetings. First serve is set for 6:00pm on Wednesday.
The Pirate Volleyball team has a big week ahead of them. They host Gulf Coast on Wednesday at 6:00pm for their 3rd conference match. The Pirates are currently 2-0 versus Gulf Coast and they need to win three out of five matches to be the Panhandle Conference Champions. The team will travel to Ocala this weekend to play Central Florida on Friday at 7:00pm.
In game one on Friday versus Jefferson Davis the Pirates passed the lead back and forth six times before pulling out the 5-4 win. Emily Corbitt was solid at the plate going 3 for 4, driving in one and scoring two runs. She homered in the third inning and singled in the first and fifth innings.
Due to Hurricane Matthew FSC Jacksonville will not be able to attend the Pirate Challenge this weekend. Below is the updated full schedule.
6:00 PM – Snead State College vs. PSC
11:00 AM – William Carey University vs. Snead State College
1:00 PM – William Carey University vs.
A four-run explosion in the fourth inning hoisted the Pirates to a 7-0 win in seven innings over Jefferson Davis on Friday.
The Pirates opened game one by scoring one run in the first inning on an RBI single by Madi Marshall and never looked back.
PSC Volleyball is currently 15-2 overall and 1-0 in Panhandle Conference play. This week the team moves up in the FCSAA ranking from #10 to #9. Individual Player highlights are Freshman Y’Tae Cobb (Muscle Shoals, AL) is leading the NJCAA in Hitting Percentage at .477, Sophomore Iyaria Walker (Houston, TX) is 8th in the NJCAA in Hitting Percentage at .
Sophomore Kani Coles has committed to continue his basketball career for Coach Johnny Dawkins and the University of Central Florida Knights. The 6’8 forward from Baltimore Maryland averaged 10.4 points per game and 7.5 rebounds per game last season.
PSC Baseball will be having tryouts at 3 p.m., Friday, Sept. 2, at Pirate Field! Be sure to check out the attached flyer for more information.
Sophomore second baseman, Courtney Heinritz, has committed to play at the University of Toledo for her junior and senior seasons. The Rockets are an NCAA Division 1 team that competes in the Mid-American Conference.
The Florida native finished the season with a .280 batting average, .370 on-base percentage and .330 slugging percentage.
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