Ferrum Men's Lacrosse Spring Prospect Day Set

Written by Kevin Tosh. Posted in Sports

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FERRUM, Va. -- The Ferrum College men's lacrosse program will host a spring prospect day on Sunday, May 20, at W.B. Adams Stadium. The day will include clinics and scrimmages to help improve lacrosse abilities.

Teams will be coached by the current Ferrum lacrosse staff, players and other college coaches. Each participating member will have an opportunity to spend the day with coaches and players. A limited numbers of spots are available. Specialized drills, coaching, and techniques will help prepare you for the next level. All players will have an opportunity to play on Ferrum's turf field at W.B. Adams Stadium, and have the ability to work first hand with some of the best coaches in the country.
10:00 am - Check-in
10:30 am - Admission's info session
11:00 am - Campus tour
12:30 pm - Instructional clinic and practice
2:00 pm  - Games
3:30 pm  - Closing remarks

Who, What, Where
Who: Junior college transfers, 2018-21 high school graduates 
Where: Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia (W.B. Adams Stadium)
What to Bring: All lacrosse equipment, mouth guard, cleats, weather appropriate clothing
Cost: $100



Ferrum Baseball Splits on Day Two of USA South Baseball Tournament in Georgia

Written by Kevin Tosh. Posted in Sports

LaGRANGE, Ga. -- #3 seed Ferrum College split a pair of baseball games Thursday, April 12, during day two of the 2018 USA South Tournament. The Panthers survived an elimination game against #7 Maryville College with a 6-1 win, then fell 10-5 to top-seeded Methodist University and was eliminated.

Methodist (27-8)
Ferrum (15-21)
Maryville (26-10)

Ferrum belted out 11 base hits in the win over Maryville. Jake Martin was 3-5 with an RBI and a stolen base for the Panthers. Joey Pride (3-5) pitched a complete nine-inning game to get the win, allowing eight hits, an earned run and two walks with one strikeout. Jake Peterson had a pair of hits for the Scots. Against Methodist, catcher Tim Ortega was a perfect 4-4 at the plate with a run scored and an RBI, and Garrett Dorton had a solo homer in the fifth inning. Starter Drew Calohan (4-2) got the loss after allowing 12 hits, 10 earned runs and four walks with four strikeouts.

Coach Ryan Brittle's team will be back in action Tuesday, April 17, at home against Washington and Lee University. The non-conference game is scheduled for a 6:00 p.m. start at Panther Field. The Panthers then host Lynchburg College in a non-conference game Wednesday, April 18, at 6:00 p.m.