Shark Baseball bite back with winning streak; Southern Conference Champions
The Miami Dade College Baseball team has taken their growing pains and has struck back with a winning streak.
The team has currently has clinched the Southern Conference Championship title, with an overall record of 29-14 and a conference record of 16-6. Currently, the Sharks are preparing for the FCSAA State/NJCAA Regional tournament and possibly a berth to the NJCAA National tournament in Grand Junction, Colorado. The team currently has four more games left in the season two of which are not conference games, and they are looking to sweep them all.
The Sharks currently have a batting average of .347 and a slugging percentage of .458. They are also ranked 4th in the nation for batting average, 20th in hits, and 12th in earned run average. Leading the Sharks in batting average and stolen bases is freshman Darren Seferina with .406 and a slugging percentage of .484.
The sharks have concluded conference play and only have one more game before against St. Thomas University before playing in the FCSAA State Tournament.