First Annual Benefit for Bailee!!!
The Benefit will be held at Triple Canopy Ranch the weekend of May 11 -13th
Bailee Kent is an 18 year old Webber International University freshman and former Winter Haven High School soccer star, who recently suffered a massive stroke after a growth on her heart valve caused by a staph infection broke away and traveled to her brain. Please visit TeamBK6 on Facebook for more updates on how Bailee is doing.
Bailee's story has brought an entire nation and world together to pray for this incredible young women. She has almost 2,000 followers on her FB page and has people from all over the world praying for her recovery. Her story was also featured on many local news stations and in print media.
Several local business owners recently got together and decided they also wanted to do something to benefit this bright young lady...and so I would like to invite you to join us in the First Annual Benefit for Bailee!!! The Benefit will be held at Triple Canopy Ranch the weekend of May 11 -13th, with Saturday, May 12th being our main event.
-ATV Rodeo Events
-ATV Demo and Trail Rides
-Monster Truck Rides
-Swamp Buggy Rides
-Fun, Food, & Games for all ages
Also, Webber International will be putting on a 3 v 3 soccer tourney that day - More details to follow!!!
SEU starting pitcher, Johnnie Kirkland, picked up the victory on the hill. Kirkland pitched six innings and surrendered four earned runs on nine hits with four punch outs.
Michael Barrett pitched a perfect seventh inning with two strikeouts.
Casey finished 4-for-5 with three doubles, a run, and three RBIs. Caesar was equally impressive, ending 2-for-4 with a double, a triple, a run, and four RBIs.
DeRespiris celebrated a great day at the plate, finishing 3-for-4 with three runs scored. Glessner chipped in with two runs, a hit, and a stolen base. He also pitched a scoreless eighth inning, allowing just one hit with a strikeout.
Mims went 2-for-5 with a double and a RBI.
Mount Vernon Nazarene falls to 10-8 on the year while Southeastern improves to 20-14.
SEU will host Ave Maria University this upcoming weekend for an important three game conference series. Game one will be on Friday evening, beginning at 6:00 p.m.
The Warriors took the feild today trying to improve their conference record back to .500 (4-4). They sent Chaz Abeln to the mount looking to improve his record to 2-2. The Warriors jumped on the board early in the top of the 1st with a solo home run by Shane McIntyre. After the Warriors scored another run in the 3rd the Seahawks pushed one across in the bottom of the 3rd. The Seahawks leadoff hitter dropped a bunt back to the pitcher Chaz Abeln; Abeln threw the ball down the right field line which allowed the runner to get to 3rd base. The Seahawks then singled which would push across an unearned run. The Seahawks would push another unearned run across in the 6th on an error by Taylor Mathis. That's where the game slowed down and turned in to a pitching duel as the game would go all the way into the 13th inning. Where the Warriors would capitalize on a leadoff walk which would lead to a 2 out single by Derek Self scoring Kyle Russo. The Warriors would then send Jessie Wiggington out to the Mount looking for his 3rd save on the season as he would throw a 1,2,3 inning striking out 2.
Abeln had a great game on the mount tossing 11 inns, 2 R, 0 ER, 6 H, 12 SO, and 4 BB. The Warriors winning pitcher was Carlo Galluccio as he threw the 12 before turning it over to Wiggington for the save.
The Warriors offence struggled today as they struck out 15 times. The Highlights on the offensive side was Derek Self and Billy Farrell as they both picked up 3 hits each. Shane McIntyre and Hunter Ovens both had 2 hits as well.
The Warriors 3rd game of the series never even started as storms roared through West Palm Beach, FL. The game will be rescheduled for a later date.
The Warriors will take the field again Thursday night the 15th at 7pm at home as they take on Spring Arbor
First Annual Benefit for Bailee
May 11-13th 2012
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Webber International's Maureen Sandidge has been named The Sun Conference Player of the Week in softball for the week of Mar. 12-18, 2012, the conference office announced Monday.
Sandidge, a junior from Venice, Fla., hit .579 and slugged 1.105 for the week, helping WIU to a 4-2 record including two wins against USCB. Among her 11 hits, two were home runs, including a walk-off grand slam to defeat USCB, 5-1. The very next game, Sandidge belted her second home run of the week to tie the game at 1-1, sending it into extra innings, where the Warriors would earn their second victory, 2-1. Sandidge collected at least one hit and one run scored in all six games and added four doubles, four walks and nine RBIs this week.
Erica Garcia, SCAD Savannah,
Katie Reitkovich, USCB
Laura Lovell, Warner
Cheyenne Benson, Ave Maria
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BABSON PARK, Fla. - Webber baseball has added another recruit to their 2012 recruiting class. Christopher Suto signed a letter of intent to attend WIU this upcoming fall. Suto is a center fielder who played the past two seasons at Lake-Sumter Community College. Prior to his stance at LSCC, Suto played at Brantley High School. Suto played in every single game while at LSCC. There he earned second team all-conference his freshmen year and in his sophomore year he was named male athlete of the year. Suto played in 48 games while totaling 181 at bats, 51 hits, 8 2B's, 29 runs and 15 RBI's. He ended this season with a .282 average.
Suto was also on the Dean's List every semester at LSCC. In his second year he received Distinguished Academic All-American. In addition, Suto was a President's Award Finalist and graduated from LSCC with a 3.8 gpa and received Summa Cum Laude. This summer and last summer, suto played in the Florida Collegiate Summer League with the Orlando Freedom.
Christopher Suto plans on majoring in Accounting and becoming a certified Public Accountant.
Gard's 66 Helps Mocs
Move Up To 9th
March 20, 2012. With Case Gard firing a career-best round of 66, the Moccasins moved up two places and finished ninth at the Bobcat Invitational hosted by Georgia College & State at Eatonton, Ga., Tuesday.
Gard, whose previous best round had been a 67 in FSC’s Matlock Classic, had the second-best round of the day. His 66 was topped only by the 65 turned in by Georgia Southwestern’s Craig Gibson. Gard’s round was the best by a Moccasin since Danny Evelyn, Shelton Smith and Matt Stauch each had rounds of 66 in the 2009-10 season.
Barry maintained its first-day lead and won the tournament with a final team score of 833. That was 10 strokes better than the 843 team score by runner-up Nova Southeastern. With a final round score of 287, the Moccasins’ team score was 859.
Gard finished in a tied for 10th at 208. Lee White tied for 23rd at 214. Peter Creighton tied for 39th at 218. Shane Convery tied for 56th at 222. Tim Crouch tied for 65th at 224. Lynn’s Daniel Young, with all three of his rounds under 70 (69-65-68), was the tournament medalist at 202, winning by one stroke over North Carolina-Pembroke’s Jordan Walor.
FSC’s next tournament will be the Sunshine State Conference Championship Apr. 16-17 at the Concession Golf Club in Lakewood Ranch.