FSU wins as Winston does a little ‘coaching’

by Gary Shelton on March 8, 2016 · 0 comments

in College Sports in Florida, general

Winston coached the bat-boys throughout the night./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Winston coached the bat-boys throughout the night./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Tuesday, 11:46 p.m.

FSU's baseball team didn't have much of a test from USF, but Bulls' freshman David Villar had a good night in the loss.

Villar went three for five with three RBI in the Bulls' 12-4 defeat to the 11th-ranked Seminoles.

“I saw a player that was ready for the stage,” head coach Mark Kingston  said.“I think Bill Parcells said it, ‘If they bite when they’re pups, they’ll bite when they’re dogs.' He’s a young player that doesn’t think this stage is too big and he had a great night.”

Villar leads the team with a .394 batting average and has two homers, five extra-base hits and 10 RBIs in 10 games.

Villar doubled in the 4th, tallying 3 runs for the Bulls./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Villar doubled in the 4th, tallying 3 runs for the Bulls./ANDREW J. KRAMER

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