Baseball’s pitcher drafted by Pittsburgh Pirates

August 29, 2018

Rollins baseball’s star pitcher Brad Case was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Case, 21, is the team’s highest draft pick since 1996. The Pittsburgh Pirates selected him in June as the 10th pick of the 17th round of the draft, making him the 504th overall pick. “It was […]

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$3M in renovations to baseball stadium

August 29, 2018

Baseball’s Alfond Stadium underwent significant renovations that are set to be finished before their fall season begins in September. (Carolina Skillman / Staff Photographer) During summer break, Rollins started a series of renovations to the Alfond Baseball Stadium. These renovations, which cost a total $3 million, are designed to improve player experience both on and […]

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Tars overcome by Cougars

March 1, 2018

Despite showing resilience in the first two matchups, Rollins baseball fell to the Columbus State Cougars. In Friday’s series opener, the Tars showed promise. They clung to a one-run lead for several innings, with Cameron Enck ‘19 making a solid effort from the mound, allowing just two runs in seven innings. It was the ninth […]

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Baseball opens 2018 in fine style

February 8, 2018

Between a walk off hit by pitch, pitching shutout, and two grand slams, the Tars used their series 3-0 victory against Young Harris to set the tone for their season, and hope to build on this momentum through determination, stellar pitching, and overwhelming offense. Game one saw the Tars struggling to get a leg up […]

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Rollins baseball defeats Florida Southern

April 13, 2017

The Rollins baseball team showed strength and resilience as they defeated the 10th-ranked Florida Southern Mocs. The Tars traveled away to Lakeland, FL to play the conference rivals on April 7 and handed the Mocs an 11-9 loss, ending their 17-game win streak. Rollins is now 19—13 overall, and 4—6 in Conference play, making this […]

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Tars bat away Bentley

February 23, 2017

The Rollins Tars Baseball team started off the weekend strong with a decisive 7-0 win against Bentley Friday night. This Friday night shutout was the fifth win of the season and brings the Tars to a 5-2 record for the season as Bentley drops to 0-4 for the season. Brad Case’s pitching and the Tars’ […]

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Remembering José Fernández

October 6, 2016

In the early morning of September 25, 2016, the world of sports lost an iconic figure. José Fernández, at just 24 years old, fell victim to a tragic boating accident off the coast of Miami Beach, Florida where he and two friends crashed into an unseen jetty. The Miami Marlins pitcher was an inspiration to […]

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Rollins JV Baseball falls to Southeastern

April 13, 2016

The Tars’ junior varsity baseball team is usually an indication of the future team. Many of these players played nervously in last Thursday’s game against Southeastern University, and as a result the team took a hard loss. The first inning when Southeastern came up to bat is where the Tars lost it. Pitcher Peter Finegan […]

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Lady tars start season strong

March 19, 2015

Rollins’ softball team is off to a strong start, boasting a 19-1 record and dominating in the Sunshine State Conference with a 5-1 record. On March 11 the Tars moved up a spot to become number 15 in the NFCA’s (National Fastpitch Coaches Association) Division II softball poll. The NFCA Division II Top 25 Poll […]

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Rollins College Baseball Interviews

April 26, 2013

Interviews with seasoned pitcher Eric Morse ’14 and rookie player Lucas Valelly ’16, talking about America’s pastime and a fan-favorite sport at Rollins: baseball. Related article here.

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