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Panthers roll past Trojans 10-5

After the game on April 20, you would not have guessed that it was University of Little Rock Arkansas leading the Sun Belt Conference in runs, home runs, RBIs, hits, slugging percentage, on-base percentage and batting average.

Questionable calls could not prevent Panthers victory

The ninth inning on March 28 was a game of inches.
Despite issuing three walks, being the victims of a controversial call at third base and almost giving up a bases-clearing double, FIU managed to escape game one against last-place University of Louisiana-Monroe with a 4-3 win.

Panthers and Seminoles split first two games

The last time the Panthers beat Florida State University in a baseball game, FIU’s winning pitcher had not been born yet.
In the first of a three-game series, FIU snapped its 22-year losing streak against the Seminoles after 13 hits led the Panthers to an 8-5 win on the road in Tallahassee, Fla.
FSU was last ranked No. 8 in the country by National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association of America.
On Saturday, however, FSU managed to silence the bats that dominated them the night before, beating them 3-1 despite multiple chances by FIU to score.

Panthers head to Tallahassee for in-state series

FIU (0-3) kicks off its next three game series on Feb. 24, as the team will travel about 480 miles north to Tallahassee to square off against Florida State University.

Joining their team after serving a three-game suspension for an unspecified violation of team rules are senior infielder Mike Martinez and redshirt senior pitcher Logan Dodds.

Garcia turns down $350,000 to earn a starting spot

Meet Aramis Garcia. Less than six months ago, he turned down over a quarter of a million dollars to play for the St. Louis Cardinals’ organization.

Instead, he is now one of the newest Golden Panthers for the upcoming 2012 baseball season.

Baseball set to begin season versus No. 6 Rice

When asked what was best thing about this upcoming baseball season, senior outfielder and reigning Sun Belt Player of the Year Pablo Bermudez gave an odd answer. “This team has no face,” Bermudez said.