Miami dropped their first-ever series to Jacksonville with a 5-4 loss on a walk-off home run by Rob…
Braun, Sanchez Freshman All-Americans
Sanchez, a freshman from Brito Private School in Miami, has a .326 batting average and 53 RBIs (2nd on the team). Sanchez's 19 doubles lead the team and he has hit six home runs. He ranks second on the team with the team with 73 hits and has produced 18 multiple-RBI games. Against Pace College on May 2, he became the first Hurricane to hit for the cycle since Dave Berg in 1993 when he had a career-high five hits and six RBIs, including a grand slam. In last weekend's NCAA Tournament action, Sanchez went 6-for-18 with three RBIs in the Coral Gables Regional. Sanchez went 5-for-10 with three RBIs in a pair of games against Florida in the championship round of the Regional.
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