Home / Gator Baseball / Gator Baseball Gets Big SEC Win

Gator Baseball Gets Big SEC Win

The Florida baseball team has assured itself of having an above .500 record when NCAA Regionals are announced after downing Georgia 4-2 Thursday night in Athens.

Florida is now 14-14 in SEC play and 29-25 overall while Georgia slips to 5-20 in league play.

Florida opened the scoring in the second when Vickash Ramjit was hit by a pitch, he went to third on a double by Harrison Bader and scored on a sacrifice fly by DH Brady Roberson.

The Gators made it 2-0 in the fourth as Bader hit a sacrifice fly to support the excellent starting pitching of Jonathan Crawford.  But, Georgia tied it with runs in the fourth and seventh innings.

In the ninth, Ramjit and Josh Tobias singled and Bader drove home Ramjit with an RBI hit.   Tobias scored later on a balk and Johnny Magliozzi came on to get his 12th save to give the Gators the win.

UF plays Georgia again Friday night.  You can catch all the action on our sister station, Country 103.7 The Gator starting at 6:55 pm.

Check Also


Top-seeded Gator Softball Falls Short in NCAA Super Regional

Down 1-0 in a best-of-three Super Regional match up at home, the top-seeded Florida softball …