Janick Serrallonga has made three appearances this season picking up a win and two saves.
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Serrallonga Honored by The American

February 24, 2014

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Providence, R.I., FEB. 24, 2014 – For the second consecutive week, the USF baseball team had a member named to the American Athletic Conference Weekly Honor Roll as Janick Serrallonga was this week’s honoree.

Serrallonga was a part of two of USF’s four wins this week as the left-hander picked up a win against Florida Gulf Coast and earned a save in the series finale versus Penn State.

Making his first start of his collegiate career, Serrallonga tossed five innings to earn the win against FGCU.  He allowed just one unearned run on four hits and a walk while striking out a pair.  The senior made his second appearance of the week to closeout Sunday’s 6-5 victory over Penn State.  His second save of the season gave the Bulls their first sweep of the season as they took game one 19-1 and game two 11-7.

For the season, the lefty has made three appearances working 7.1 innings allowing six hits and walking two while striking out five.  He is 1-0 on the year with two saves to help USF to a 7-0 start to the season, their best mark to begin the year since 1982.

Serrallonga and the rest of the USF baseball team return to the diamond on Wednesday, February 26 when they travel to DeLand to take on Stetson.  First pitch is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Melching Field.

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