Like their crosstown rivals, FIU was unable to get their last game of the season in against Rice. They did, however, split their double-header Friday to end the season at an even 26-26, winning five of their last six. They will now enter the C-USA conference tournament as the no.
Sweetwater, FL - Yes, we know, cinco de mayo is not a real holiday, but neither is Valentine's Day or St. Patrick's Day, and we still have fun with those. Why not bring some of that fun to the ball park on May 5th? The scoreboard didn't read Panthers and
Miami, FL - Despite a very slow start, FIU's bats came alive with a five-run seventh, taking care of Marshall in the rubber match Sunday afternoon 7-5. Logan Allen (4-5 4.27 ERA) led from the mound with Zac McNeel going in for the Thundering Herd.
Marshall continued where they left off yesterday, striking
Miami, FL - After demolishing the Thundering Herd in the first game of the weekend series, FIU came up short in game two of Saturday's doubleheader, losing 6-5 to Marshall at Infinity Park. Panthers starter Tyler Myrick (1-2 3.44 ERA) squared off against Joshua Shapiro (2-2 3.89) as FIU looked
Coral Gables, FL - The FIU Panthers overpowered the Miami Hurricanes Wednesday night, going yard thrice in the 14-6 victory at Mark Light Field for the season series sweep.
Chandler Raiden (0-1, 4.80 ERA) started for FIU as UM sent out Chris McMahon (1-0 3.00 ERA). McMahon made his third straight
We are now on the eve of the biggest event in South Florida (At least Wednesday night). Round 2 of an epic battle between rivals. On one side, we have a storied program that has traveled to the promise land named Omaha on several occasions. And on the other, we
Miami, FL - All streaks must come to an end. The Old Dominion Monarchs lead the all-time series against FIU, 9-5, and has never lost a series to the Panthers. That is, until last night, when Austin Shenton walked off in the bottom of the 12th to give FIU the
Miami, FL - If the FIU Panthers were hoping for some home cooking after a dismal 4-game road trip, they were sorely mistaken as the Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles swooped in, winning 13-6 Tuesday night. Christian Santana (1-1 2.63 ERA) toed the rubber for the blue and gold while
Miami, FL - When Austin Shenton lifted the ball over centerfield in the first inning, the FIU Panthers had already won.
They just didn't know it yet.
The Panthers obliterated the George Mason Patriots 16-0 on the strength of four longballs and dominant pitching at Infinity Insurance Park (Formally FIU Baseball Stadium).
Miami, FL - The FIU Panthers swung for the fences in a big way Wednesday night, outlasting the Miami Hurricanes 5-3 at FIU Baseball Stadium in front of a great crowd.
Right out of the gates, the Panthers struck first as Eddie Silva smashed the ball deep to left for a two-run dinger.