Drew Parrish is amazed.
"No wonder everyone hits .600 in softball. Would you look at the size of this thing?"
Pregame hackey-sack in the FSU dugout.
Drew Mendoza shows off his hackey-sack skills before the Seminoles face the Jacksonville Dolphins Tuesday evening at Dick Howser Stadium.
Mike Martin Sr and Lonnie Alameda
Mike Martin Sr. and FSU Women's softball coach Lonnie Alameda meet prior to Coach Alameda throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before the Noles midweek game at home vs. Jacksonville.
First pitch. Legend has it that it was a perfect strike.,
Good defense and senior leadership.
Mike Salvatore shows he not only get the job done with the bat but can flash the leather in the infield too.
FSU batgirls are a big part of the baseball program
FSU designated hitter Robbie Martin stares intently to follow the direction of his hit. He doubled on this at bat and has been a bright spot offensively for the Seminoles.
"Please stay fair!"
Seminoles senior outfielder Tim Becker watches intently and hopes his line drive stays in fair territory.
Sophomore RHP Tyler Ahearn
"I got all of that one!"
Mike Salvatore smiles as his 5th inning HR gave the Seminoles a 2-0 lead. That was all the run production of the evening as the Seminoles would fall to the JU Dolphins 3-2 in extra innings.
Meet and Greet
Drew Mendoza greets Mike Salvatore on his 4th HR of the season.
High five from the head coach.
Mike Salvatore is given a high five from Mike Martin Sr as his 5th inning HR, his 4th of the season, gave the Noles a 2-0 lead over Jacksonville.