Precision Pitching: Javelina pitchers having early season sucess from the mound

Precision Pitching: Javelina pitchers having early season sucess from the mound

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Strong pitching and having the ability to manufacture runs with very few hits has been the keys to the Texas A&M University-Kingsville baseball early season success.
Nine games into the season and the Javelinas are sitting as one of the tops teams in the Lone Star Conference with a 7-2 record.
The Javelinas are coming off two wins this past weekend over Central Oklahoma thanks to strong pitching from Adam Aspaas and Jaden Dillon.
AMK was able to beat the Bronchos 3-1 in the first game and then were able to take game two by the score of 2-0.
The Bronchos, who came in to the games with a team batting average over .340, saw the Javelina pitching staff deliver 17 scoreless innings while only giving up one run during the short two game series.
“ Our pitchers always give us a chance to win and  even we aren’t hitting like we should, I know that as a team we can rely on our pitching staff” said head coach Jason Gonzales.
The Javelinas have struggled at the plate but have been able to continue their success with a strong output from the pitching staff.
The Javelinas (7-2) will be back in action this weekend March 2&3 as they get set to take on the visiting Northwood University Timberwolves, looking to continue with the early season success.

Colton Wiliams
Sports Editor