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Vanderbilt ahead of NCAA World Series Match vs. Louisville

The No. 2 national seed, Vanderbilt, will open up the NCAA World Series against No. 7 seeded, Louisville, on Sunday. Vandy’s 54-11 Season A special year marches on.#RoadToOmaha | #VandyBoys pic.twitter.com/zX3tRWTWZD — Vanderbilt Baseball (@VandyBoys) June 10, 2019 The Vanderbilt Commodores ended their regular season with a 45-10 overall record …

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SEC Baseball Tournament Day Two

The SEC Baseball Tournament continues today in Hoover, Alabama with four games on slate. The remaining ten teams appear to be in a secure position for the College World Series, yet that could change. #3 Georgia v. #6 Texas A&M 10:30 am Bulldogs The Bulldogs are sitting in the perfect …

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SEC Baseball Tournament: Best Teams, Key Players, Bracket and Start Times

Post-season baseball is underway with the SEC Tournament set to begin on Tuesday in Hoover, Alabama’s Metropolitan Stadium. The SEC, which boasts eight teams ranked in the Top 25 Coaches Poll, has led the pack in terms of the number of teams in the Top 25 each week. While the …

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Florida Beats FAMU in Midweek Game to End Home Stand

The Florida Gator baseball team (21-10) ran its winning streak to a season high five games after an 11-1 win over Florida A&M (11-20) on Tuesday night in Gainesville. #GatorsWin!! That's five wins in a row, the longest win streak of the season for the #Gators. pic.twitter.com/viKrrHQvFu — Florida Gators …

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Gator Softball Falls in Rubber Match to Rebels

Florida softball’s conference woes continued this weekend in Oxford, Mississippi. The Gators found themselves on the losing end of a conference game for the sixth time this season after falling 3-1 to the Ole Miss Rebels in the series finale on Sunday. Additionally, it’s the third consecutive SEC series loss …

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PREVIEW: Can Ole Miss overcome struggles against Oklahoma?

Ole Miss enters the NCAA Tournament losing five of its last seven games. These losses were not just to teams like then-No. 7 Tennessee and then-No. 6 Kentucky. Three of these losses came to non-tournament teams in South Carolina and Arkansas during the regular season and an early second round …

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