Phoenix Area Sports
|ColbyWoodmansee tags runner attempting to steal second base.|
On Friday evening, the Devils opened the season with 10 hits while the Musketeers were held to five hits. The Devils won the opening game by a score of 5 - 2.
After the game, the Devils’ Head Coach Tracy Smith stated “the good part about tonight was I liked the way we played defense…we had nervous at bats today.”
|Eder Erives grabs a bunt during double header and throws out runner.|
Game four on Sunday resulted in a 5-1 victory for the Devils, who are looking to keep the momentum alive. When asked what they need to work on before the next game, sophomore Andrew Shaps (Paradise Valley, AZ) said “all around consistent, everybody needs to keep getting better. He then ended the comment with “I think overall we did great this weekend”.
The Devils host the Nevada Wolfpack on Tuesday, Feb 23 at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. Game time is 6:30 P.M and will be available on ASU Live Stream | Pac-12.com.