In Men’s Baseball, the Brevard College Tornados team picked up its first USA South Conference win of 2019 in emphatic fashion on Saturday afternoon, knocking off the 11th-ranked Huntingdon Hawks in game one of a doubleheader, 2-1, at Gil Coan Field. Ben Melton pitched an eight-inning gem this weekend in the first game of a doubleheader with Huntingdon. Brevard’s victory on Saturday brought their 2019 win total to six games, just one shy of the team’s 2018 total.
The Women’s Lacrosse team (5-3, 2-1 USAS) picked up its second USA South Conference victory with a 10-8 victory at LaGrange College (0-3, 0-3 USAS) on Saturday afternoon. The Tornados held a late lead, 9-5, before the Panthers scored three-straight unanswered goals, cutting BC’s lead to 9-8 with just 3:47 left to play. Vacchiano, Brevard College’s leading scorer in 2019, scored a critical goal with 1:40 left to play to help the Tornados escape with the slim two-goal victory, 10-8.
In Men’s Lacrosse, The Brevard College Tornados team (3-4, 1-1 USAS) secured its first USA South Conference victory of 2019 with a 17-7 victory over the Methodist Monarchs (5-4, 1-1 USAS) on Saturday afternoon in Fayetteville, N.C. The Tornados used an early scoring run alongside lockdown defense to pull away with a conference victory in just their second conference match of the season.
In Women’s Tennis, Eleanor Flannery remained undefeated as a collegiate to highlight a dominant outing for the Brevard College Tornados Women’s Tennis team, who defeated the Spartanburg Methodist College Pioneers, 8-1, at the McCoy Tennis Complex on Thursday afternoon. Over the weekend, the team won its USA South Conference opener in resounding fashion with a 9-0 win over host Berea on Saturday afternoon at the Wilson Evans Tennis Complex in Berea, Kentucky. The Tornados did not lose a set en route to winning all nine matches on the day.
In Men’s Tennis, junior student-athlete Nathan Boepple and freshman student-athletes Andrew Ingram and Alex Glaze picked up their first-career collegiate singles victories as the Brevard College Tornados Men’s Tennis team claimed its first win of the 2018-19 season by defeating Spartanburg Methodist College by a final score of 7-2 at the McCoy Tennis Complex on Thursday afternoon. The Tornados as a team claimed a No. 1 doubles victory before taking all six singles matches for seven points total on the afternoon.
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