Spring sports keep athletes busy

Seven different sports and 11 teams make this a busy spring semester for B-CU athletic. B-CU softball and baseball teams are back in action as they seek to lead the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). The Lady Wildcats are looking to repeat as MEAC champions this year, whereas the B-CU baseball Diamond Cats will try to bounce back under the new leadership of Jonathan Hernandez. The teams will play in the renovated Jackie Robinson Ballpark downtown on City Island. Meanwhile, men and women track and field indoor season also is active. The Wildcats will only have one home meet this semester during the outdoor season when the compete against Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University March 29-30. Wildcat tennis and golf teams, both men and women, will spend  sometime in the Daytona Beach area. The City Island tennis courts, located next to Jackie Robinson Ballpark, are home to B-CU tennis teams, while LPGA International will be the playground for B-CU golf this semester. Fans hoping to see the Wildcat bowling team in action, however, will not be so lucky. Their nearest meet will be in Orlando, Florida. The team is under the leadership of its newest coach, Chelsea Gilliam. Lastly, B-CU men and women basketball teams are already halfway into the season and deep into MEAC play. Both teams have only two remaining home games before the conference tournament. For full schedules, roaster and more news visit www.bcuathletics.com.