Monthly Archives: April 2014

Seniors Lift Gamecocks To Sweep Of Bruins On Senior Day

JACKSONVILLE — Only two things could have stopped Jacksonville State from finishing off the sweep in this weekend’s Ohio Valley Conference series with Belmont: the Bruins and mother nature. The Gamecocks beat them both on Sunday. They were able to squeeze in an 8-0 mercy-rule win just before the rainfall began. However, had either of them won, the Gamecocks could have fallen

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Late Rally Not Enough For Gamecocks

JACKSONVILLE — Sophomore outfielder Ella Denes said she “honestly didn’t assume” Jacksonville State was facing Georgia State’s ace during Wednesday’s game. It’s understandable considering the Gamecocks usually only face an opponent’s ace during weekend conference series. But, the Panthers sent their ace, Kaitlyn Medlam, to the pitcher’s circle in Wednesday’s non-conference meeting. She proved to be too much for the Gamecocks

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Harbin’s Gem Completes Season-Sweep Of Morehead State

JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville State stranded eight runners on base in Sunday’s series finale against Morehead State. The two they didn’t strand made all the difference in the Gamecocks’ 2-0 win over the Eagles. The win completed the season-sweep. “I told the girls earlier,” head coach Jana McGinnis said, “this game is a funny game. We can’t expect our offense to be

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Jenkins Lifts White Team Over Red Team In J-Day Game

JACKSONVILLE — The offense entered Saturday having only scored three touchdowns in scrimmages all spring. Redshirt-sophomore quarterback Eli Jenkins wasted no time finding the end zone in Saturday’s annual J-Day game. He helped the White Team match its spring touchdown total in the first half alone, including a 35-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Johnson on his first play. That was

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