SEATTLE – (Mar. 1) Seattle University baseball heads across the country to Kissammee, Fla., for games against Seton Hall, Youngstown State (1-5) and Notre Dame (4-3) as part of the Irish Classic March 2-4.


  • Friday, Mar. 2 at 10:00 a.m. PT vs. Seton Hall
  • Osceola County Stadium, Kissammee, FL
  • Live Stats
  • Saturday, Mar. 3 at 2:00 p.m. PT vs. Youngstown State
  • Osceola County Stadium, Kissammee, FL
  • Live Stats (TBD)
  • Sunday, Mar. 4 at 6:00 a.m. PT vs. Notre Dame
  • Osceola County Stadium, Kissammee, FL
  • Live Stats

SU: LHP Tarik Skubal (0-0, 7.00 ERA) vs. SH: RHP Shane McCarthy (0-0, 18.00 ERA)
SU: LHP Jake Prizina (0-0, 3.97 ERA) vs. YSU: Collin Floyd (0-2, 6.75 ERA)
SU: TBA vs. UND: RHP Cameron Junker (0-0, 5.40 ERA)


  • Seattle U opened its five-game road swing with a 14-0 loss at Oregon on Tuesday.
  • Nine games into the season, two players are batting over .400 - Austin Lively (.412) and Cameron Sterne (.412).
  • The Redhawks split a four-game series with Rhode Island Feb. 23-25, earning wins in games one and two before dropping the final two games of the series.
  • Zach Wolf went 2-0 during the series, earning both wins in relief. He had three strikeouts while allowing just one hit and did not issue a walk in 3.2 innings of work.
  • Jake Prizina also had a quality start, striking out six, walking one and allowing four hits for one run in 6.1 innings.
  • At the plate, Cameron Sterne had five hits in nine at bats for a .556 average. Austin Lively went 6-for-15 with three runs scored in the series.
  • Seattle U opened the 2018 season with a 3-1 series victory over Pacific. The Redhawks dropped the first game of the series, 8-5, but rebounded to win three striaght, 6-5, 5-3 and 11-2.
  • Curtis Perrin had two game-winning hits in the series, including a walk-off RBI-single on game two and a three-run homer in game three. The senior second baseman hit. 462 for the series while collecting a team-high nine RBIs.
  • Sean Sutton led the Redhawks with a .692 average in the Pacific series. The senior first baseman went 9-for-13 with three doubles and six RBIs.