USCB softball couldn’t keep the unbeaten run rolling Saturday, suffering its first two losses of the season to NCAA Diviison II Southern Wesleyan, 8-2 and 8-0 at Richard Gray Stadium in Hardeeville.
USCB’s five qualifiers represented well at the 2021 NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships, recording five top-10 finishes over the week and rewriting the program’s record books at the Ruth Donohoe First Dakota Fieldhouse in Yankton, South Dakota.
In its first action since Feb. 7, USCB softball delivered a dazzling performance Friday. Pitching standouts Ally Muraskin and Maria Molloseau combined for 17 strikeouts, and the Sand Sharks swept a road doubleheader with Brewton-Parker 4-3 and 4-0 to stay perfect on the season.
The USCB men’s golf team was looking to defend its Oldfield Classic championship this week, and while the Sand Sharks did not find themselves at the top of the team leaderboard, USCB senior standout Dawson Peters did, shooting a combined 6-under 210 to capture his second win of the season.
USCB sophomore Mari Kalvatn made history once again Tuesday, becoming the first Sand Shark to be named the NAIA Women’s Soccer Player of the Week.
The USCB men’s golf team finds itself in second place after the first 36 holes of the Oldfield Classic, and the Sand Sharks will try to make up their five-shot deficit and overtake leader Coastal Georgia in Tuesday’s final round.
It was a Sunday afternoon for the ages at Richard Gray Stadium. The USCB Sand Sharks erupted for an incredible 35 runs in a pair of seven-inning games, shattering the program’s single-game scoring mark in the process, as USCB delivered a total domination of Mid-Atlantic Christian, clobbering the Mustangs 9-2 and 26-0.
Matt Malatesta impressed on the mound in a 6-1 opening win Saturday, but the USCB Sand Sharks dropped the rematch 6-3 for a doubleheader split with Mid-Atlantic Christian at Richard Gray Stadium.
USCB sophomore Mari Kalvatn broke two school records as the Sand Sharks savaged Edwards Waters College in an 11-0 victory Friday afternoon at Fin Land Field.
After a tough three-game sweep at the hands of St. Thomas, USCB baseball bounced back with an offensive explosion Tuesday. The Sand Sharks’ bats sizzled, dropping 28 runs on Edward Waters in a pair of seven-inning road victories, 20-11 and 8-3.