Canes say goodbye to five seniors

Matt Corrigan patrols the outfield.

Matt Corrigan patrols the outfield.

The Miami club baseball team reached new heights this season by winning 14 games, two more than the previous high achieved last year. This success was due in large part to the contributions of outfielders Ryan Solow, Miguel Michelangeli and Matt Corrigan, first baseman Gavin Good, and pitcher Chris Curcio.

These five seniors participated in the program's first double-digit win season, endured a 4-17 campaign, and won 26 games over the past two seasons including wins over ranked opponents such as Florida, Florida State and UCF.

Solow, the team president for the past two seasons, collected two clutch hits and drove in an important RBI in a must-win game against UF. Good and Corrigan chipped in impressive defensive efforts all season and Curcio slammed the door in an important game against Florida Gulf Coast. Michelangeli as one of Miami's most consistent hitters all season by hitting .353 while driving in 10 runs.

These seniors not only contributed between the lines, but also off the field by providing stellar leadership. Solow, Michelangeli, Corrigan, Good, and Curcio will be sorely missed and UM club baseball wishes them the best of luck after graduation.

Posted on May 22, 2013 .