Andrew Small, Correspondent
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (franchisesportsonline.net) – The Florida State Seminoles (5-1) take the series against the College of Charleston Cougars (3-3) 2-1 with their 11-2 victory on Sunday.
The Seminoles were able to capitalize off of the Cougars’ six errors and great pitching by freshman starter Cole Sands (2-0).
“I was very pleased to see a zero in that final column [for my ball club]” said Head Coach Mike Martin after the game. “It’s those errors that allowed us to break away with the lead.”
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Bryan Uzbay, Correspondent
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (franchisesportsonline.net) – The Noles got back on track after Friday’s loss as they defeated the College of Charleston Cougars 8-3 with a big third inning on Saturday afternoon.
Florida State (4-1) broke the game open with four runs coming in the third inning. It started with a leadoff walk by Jackson Lueck (0-1, three walks), a single by Taylor Walls (3-5, two doubles), and a walk by Matt Henderson (0-4, one walk) that loaded the bases for John Sansone (3-5, two RBI).
Sansone ripped a single into right field that scored Lueck from third while Cal Raleigh (2-4, two RBI) followed with a looping single over the shortstop’s head that scored Walls and Henderson. One out later, Dylan Busby (3-5, two RBI) singled on a ball that split the third baseman and short stop that scored Sansone.
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Bryan Uzbay, Correspondent
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (franchisesportsonline.net) – The Florida State Seminoles were held to one run by the College of Charleston Cougars after an almost record breaking 50-run outburst in their season opening series last weekend, falling to College of Charleston 2-1.
Florida State (3-1) swept the University of Rhode Island to start the season, outscoring the Rams 50-6, tied for second most runs for a season opening series in school history.
John Sansone led the offense, contributing two homeruns, a two run homerun and a grand slam, while also racking up nine RBIs. Starting pitchers Compton, Carlton, and Sands were dominant on the mound pitching a combined 15 innings while only giving up three runs.
The series opener against the Cougars (3-1) went very different for the Noles. Florida State didn’t collect their first hit until the bottom of the fifth inning in the form of a single to shallow left field off the bat of Darren Miller (1-for-2). Later in inning, already down two, the Seminoles stranded runners on first and second. They went on to strand eight total in the game.
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