Harmon Named TSC Pitcher of the Week

by | Apr 17, 2017 | Headlines, RRSN News | 0 comments

LAKELAND, Fla.—Southeastern senior pitcher Nate Harmon was named The Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week for his efforts against No. 16 Keiser on Saturday.

Harmon was stellar in the final game of the conference series. The Manassas, Virginia native threw his first complete game, fanning 10 hitters, and holding the Seahawks to one run on five hits.

Through four innings, Harmon had faced one over the minimum without allowing a hit. He also held Keiven Berges hitless for the first time in 10 career games against the Fire, and grounded into two double plays. This included one with the bases loaded to end the seventh inning.

The Fir, who are currently 38-7, travel to Trinity Baptist on Tuesday before hosting Webber International in the final conference series of the season this weekend.

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