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Argonaut Weekly: May 10-16

first_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – The NCAA postseason has arrived for the West Florida baseball and softball teams, as the Argos baseball team is heading to Tampa, Fla. for their second NCAA Tournament appearance in school history and the UWF softball team will travel to Valdosta, Ga. for their third consecutive bid.  Meanwhile, the UWF men’s golf, men’s tennis, and women’s tennis teams had their seasons come to an end in regional play last week.For all of your hotel needs in the Pensacola area, visit www.highpointe.com.BASEBALL (36-18, 11-3 GSC)- 5/3 vs. Henderson State (GSC Tournament): 8-7 W- 5/4 vs. North Alabama (GSC Tournament): 6-12 L- 5/5 vs. Alabama-Huntsville (GSC Tournament): 8-3 W- 5/6 vs. Valdosta State (GSC Tournament): 4-8 LAfter going 2-2 in last week’s Gulf South Conference baseball tournament, the University of West Florida will look to rebound with a strong performance at regionals this week. They earned the No. 6 seed and will face familiar GSC rival and 2010 GSC Champion, Valdosta State. This marks UWF’s second NCAA regional appearance and first since 2007.At the 2010 Morgan Keegan GSC Baseball Tournament last week the Argos got off to a strong start against Henderson State by capturing a close 8-7 victory to open the tournament. North Alabama stopped the Argos in their tracks in game two, pounding out 18 hits in the 12-6 win to send them in to the losers’ bracket. In game three the Argos bounced back to beat Alabama-Huntsville for the fourth straight time this season, 8-3. On day four they would see their dreams of a conference championship come to an end against Valdosta State as their offense was too much to handle, falling 8-4.On Sunday night the Argos punched their ticket to their second NCAA Tournament appearance in school history. They will travel down to Tampa, Fla. and host University of Tampa for the five day, eight team tournament. Southern Arkansas takes the top seed for the second consecutive year followed by Tampa and 2010 GSC Champion Valdosta State. Florida Southern falls to fourth while Rollins takes over as the No. 5 seed. West Florida will enter the tournament as the No. 6 seed and is followed by Florida Tech and Albany State.West Florida is scheduled to take on Valdosta State in game one of the tournament at 7:45 p.m. ET at the University of Tampa Baseball Field. This is the fourth time these two teams will meet this season with VSU taking the series thus far, two games to one.MEN’S GOLF- 5/3-5 @ NCAA Super Regional: T8th of 20 teamsThe No. 12 West Florida men’s golf team finished in a tie for eighth overall after the NCAA South/Southeast Super Regional Wednesday afternoon.  The Argonauts shot an eight-over 292 during the final round to finish with a 54 hole total of 870, unable to pull out a round low enough to move into the top-five to receive a bid to the national championship.West Florida’s Otto Bonning had an up-and-down ride during the final round on the way to a tie for 14th place individually, highlighted by an eagle on the par-5 seventh hole to shoot a one-over 72. Bonning also sank four birdies, three of which were on his front nine, but experienced trouble on his 12th and 18th holes to shoot an even-par 213 (72-69-72). Sophomore Carlos Rodriguez  started the third round hot, going three-under through his first six holes, but then scored back-to-back bogeys before his round fell to the wayside, ultimately ending with a 78 to finish tied for 43rd overall with a total 219 (74-67-78).WOMEN’S TENNIS (14-10, 3-1 GSC)- 5/7 vs. Rollins (NCAA South Regional): 5-3 W- 5/8 @ Barry (NCAA South Regional): 3-5 LThe No. 8 UWF women’s tennis team advanced to the finals of the NCAA South Regional hosted by Barry over the weekend, but the Argos fell to the host Buccaneers 3-5.  UWF started the tournament with a first round bye, and in the second round UWF topped Rollins 5-3 to advance to the finals.In Friday’s win over Rollins, the Argonauts fell behind 1-2 after doubles play, but UWF fought back to win four of the six potential singles matches to claim the win.  Barbara Oliveira and Paulina Ojeda each won in straight sets at the No. 1 and No. 2 spots, respectively, over a pair of ranked opponents from the Tars.Saturday was a different story, as Barry took control on its home court for the 5-3 win.  Taylor Brewster and Jacqueline March won at No. 2 doubles, but the Bucs won the other two to take a 2-1 lead entering singles play.  Barry then went on to win three singles matches to earn the trip to the NCAA Championships.MEN’S TENNIS (12-11, 3-1 GSC)- 5/6 vs. Harding (NCAA South Regional): 5-0 W- 5/7 @ Barry (NCAA South Regional): 0-5 LThe No. 10 UWF men’s tennis team faced two very different foes in the first two rounds of the NCAA South Regional, cruising to a 5-0 win over Harding in the first round but then falling to host Barry 0-5 in the second.  The Argonauts swept the Bisons for the second time this season, led by quick singles victories by Nathan Rosenfeld and Mike Lue.In Friday’s semifinal match, it was Barry that went on to victory, defeating the Argonauts 5-0.  Kevin Ducros and Leandro Ferreira put up a fight at the No. 1 doubles spot, but ultimately fell 8-5.  The Bucs went on to defeat Ouachita Baptist in the regional finals to earn a spot in the NCAA Championships.SOFTBALL (39-14, 16-11 GSC)For the tenth time in program history, West Florida softball has earned a bid to the NCAA regional tournament, as it was announced Monday morning. The Argos earned their third consecutive at-large bid, this time traveling to Valdosta State and serving as the four seed in the South Region.Beginning last season, the NCAA split the regional tournaments into two host sites for each region, with the winner of the two sites participating in a three-game super regional series the following weekend. West Florida will be in a field consisting of first seed Valdosta State, eight seed Albany State, and fifth seed Palm Beach Atlantic.The Argos (39-14) will first take on independent opponent Palm Beach Atlantic (34-11) on Friday, May 14 at 4:00 pm. The Sailfish are making their first-ever NCAA tournament appearance, facing the Argos for the second time this season. The two teams squared off in the season’s opening games at UWF’s regional crossover held in February. West Florida took a pair of 2-1 wins from the Sailfish and enter the tournament after a 2-1 showing at the GSC Tournament last weekend.The first day of the tournament consists of just a single game for all teams, determining the order of the bracket to be played on Saturday. Depending on the outcome of Friday’s games, UWF will play at either 1:30pm or 4pm on Saturday.MULTIMEDIAThe UWF Sports Information office is proud to offer a variety of ways to stay updated on Argonaut Athletics:- Live Audio- Live Video- Live Stats- eScores- E-mailing List- www.Facebook.com/GoArgos- www.Twitter.com/GoArgos- Photo Galleries- RSS Feeds- Podcasts2009-10 ARGONAUTS OF THE WEEK4/26Kyle BrownBaseball4/19Otto BonningMen’s GolfDanielle KildowSoftball4/12Karri BisbeeSoftballRyan BlackMen’s GolfTyler HastingsBaseball4/5Kevin JohnsonBaseballLukas LarssonMen’s TennisLuiza SonnervigWomen’s Tennis3/29Dustin LawleyBaseballShannon MilesSoftballBarbara OliveiraWomen’s Tennis3/22Ashleigh AllgoodSoftballDaniel Vargas-VilaBaseball3/15Melissa ChastangSoftballEric KrollBaseballAndrey PozhidaevMen’s Tennis3/8Taylor BrewsterWomen’s Tennis3/1Natalia EspinosaWomen’s GolfJason PostillBaseballBhavna ShettyWomen’s Golf2/22Amy DrakeWomen’s BasketballJillian LafranceSoftball2/15Amber IngramSoftballBlake OlsonMen’s Golf2/8Zach CatesBaseball1/18Jose DavilaMen’s Basketball1/11Sabrina StambouliWomen’s Basketball1/4Max HoggardMen’s Basketball12/14Ken MitchellMen’s Basketball12/7Amy DrakeWomen’s Basketball11/30Dominique BoykinsWomen’s BasketballMaurice ThomasMen’s Basketball11/23Shameka GordonWomen’s SoccerJonathan JacksonMen’s BasketballTiffany WilliamsWomen’s Basketball11/16Courtney JonesWomen’s SoccerJamie NicholsVolleyball11/9Frank CopeMen’s SoccerLindsay HommeVolleyball11/2Shakira DuncanWomen’s SoccerPatricia GandolfoVolleyball10/26Kara GonzalezVolleyballEddie PaganMen’s Cross CountryJordan StoneWomen’s Soccer10/19Valissia BrathwaiteVolleyballRichard DixonMen’s Soccer10/12Donald DavisMen’s Cross CountryShakira DuncanWomen’s Soccer10/5Kevin DucrosMen’s TennisLeandro FerreiraMen’s TennisBailee HedstromWomen’s Cross Country9/28Patricia GandolfoVolleyballJenny LinesWomen’s GolfKaley MorrisWomen’s Soccer9/21Tyler BowmanMen’s Cross CountryJay MainvilleMen’s Soccer9/14Kimberly ClarkVolleyballDernelle MascallWomen’s Soccer9/7Shaneka GordonWomen’s SoccerMegan SteinocherWomen’s Cross Country8/31Paul WilloughbyMen’s SoccerTHIS WEEK’S UWF ATHLETICS SCHEDULEThursday, May 13Baseball vs. Valdosta State (NCAA South Regional) (at Tampa, Fla.) 7:45 ETFriday, May 14Baseball vs. TBA (NCAA South Regional) (at Tampa, Fla.) Softball vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (NCAA South Regional) (at Valdosta, Ga.) 4:00 ETSaturday, May 15Softball vs. TBA (NCAA South Regional) (at Valdosta, Ga.) Baseball vs. TBA (NCAA South Regional) (at Tampa, Fla.) Sunday, May 16Softball vs. TBA (NCAA South Regional) (at Valdosta, Ga.) Baseball vs. TBA (NCAA South Regional) (at Tampa, Fla.)For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version Argonaut Weekly: May 10-16 Photo by Bill Stockland center_img Sharelast_img read more