Melbourne, Fla. – Returning a solid core of veterans coupled with a slew of promising newcomers, Lynn University’s baseball program has been selected fifth in the Sunshine State Conference’s (SSC) Preseason Coaches Poll, as announced on Thursday afternoon.
Lynn University head baseball coach Rudy Garbalosa has been selected by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) to be a guest speaker/coach at the 2018 ABCA Barnstormers Regional Coaches Clinic in Orlando, Fla.
We are pleased to share the student-athletes’ success in the classroom as the Fighting Knights earned a 3.27 department GPA for the semester. An impressive 38 students posted a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring. The Fighting Knights shined in the classroom during the 2017-18 academic year with a department GPA of 3.32, while 210 student-athletes earned a 3.0 GPA or better.
A record 1,301 student-athletes were named to the 2018 Sunshine State Conference Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll, announced Tuesday by Commissioner Ed Pasque. A total of 238 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the semester, including 24 Fighting Knights.
Following a decorated senior campaign, 2018 Lynn University baseball alum Patrick Dorrian will continue his playing career as the shortstop signed a free-agent contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday. This marks the eighth consecutive year a member of the Fighting Knights has signed with a Major League Baseball club.
Just one year after believing his career could be over, Lynn University’s Rigo Beltran has extended his baseball life following his selection by the Seattle Mariners in the 2018 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft.
For the third time this season, Lynn University baseball’s Patrick Dorrian has been selected as a First Team All-American, this time by the American Baseball Coaches Association and Rawlings as announced on Tuesday morning.
Postseason awards continue to roll in for Lynn University baseball’s Patrick Dorrian, as he was voted First Team All-America by the Division II Conference Commissioners Association on Friday afternoon.
On the same day in which he garnered his third All-Region selection of the season, Lynn University baseball senior Patrick Dorrian was named as a National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association First Team All-America at shortstop.
Lynn University senior Patrick Dorrian claimed another award for the Fighting Knights’ baseball program on Wednesday afternoon, as he was selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings All-South Region First Team for NCAA Division II.
Postseason accolades continue to roll in for the Lynn baseball program, as Patrick Dorrian and Rigo Beltran were named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-South Region honorees on Thursday morning.
On a sunny South Florida Friday morning, members of the Lynn University baseball program gathered at the Lynn Baseball Field to celebrate the graduation of Ari Cohen, who joined the team through Team IMPACT in the fall of 2013.
Senior shortstop Patrick Dorrian made his mark not only on the Lynn University baseball program’s record books in his two-year career with the Fighting Knights, but ranked among the best players in the nation during a senior season that saw him lead the Sunshine State Conference in multiple offensive categories.
Lynn University baseball’s Gabe Martinez has followed up an impressive senior season on the field and in the classroom with 2018 Google Cloud First-Team Academic All-District honors, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
The Lynn University baseball team carried a lead into the late innings, but Palm Beach Atlantic tied the game in the ninth before taking its second victory of the series in the home half of the 10th inning.
The Lynn University athletic department hosted its seventh annual Student-Athlete Recognition Awards show on Wednesday evening, handing out a record 44 awards to Fighting Knight student-athletes while also inducting the 18th Hall of Fame class.
The Lynn University baseball team avenged a one-run loss on Friday night with a pair of convincing victories on Saturday afternoon, never trailing as they took game one 5-2 before winning game two 9-2.
The Lynn University baseball team’s road woes continued on Friday evening as the Fighting Knights dropped the first of a three-game series by a final score of 3-2 at Lake Olmstead Stadium to Augusta University.
Lynn University’s baseball team jumped out to an early lead on Sunday in the final game of the squad’s Sunshine State Conference series at 12th-ranked Nova Southeastern University but the high-powered Sharks offense consistently chipped away at Lynn for a 16-6 victory.