Saint Leo, Play Ball
DADE CITY, Fla. – The Saint Leo baseball is off to their best start since the 2008 season when they started the campaign at 18-6. Now, standing at 14-6, the Lions are primed to make the 2012 season a memorable one.
Dade City News correspondent, Mark McLeod, recently featured the Lions on the main page of the sports section in the March 8 edition of the Dade City News. To view his complete column, click on the link below.
Gone are the days when Tampa and Florida Southern fought for the Sunshine State Conference baseball crown, leaving a third place free for all. The Spartans and Moccasins have only finished among the top two spots once in the past three years. Saint Leo has finished among the bottom three in the standings (among nine schools) over the past five years. That too may be a thing of the past. Optimism is high in Lion Country this season - young players have matured and a few key transfer students figure to settle in nicely giving Saint Leo a punch of their own in the battle for Division II supremacy in Florida...