Florida State Seminoles Advance To Super Regionals

The Florida State Seminole baseball team advances to a Super Regional after beating the South Alabama Jaguars, 18-6 to win the Tallahassee Regional.  The Seminoles hit six home runs, two of them coming from Dylan Busby. FSU head coach Mike Martin says Busby’s first home run in the second inning got the offense rolling. Busby was named Most Outstanding Player of the Tallahassee Regional, hitting .471 with two home runs, eight RBIs, and seven runs scored.

Seminoles pitcher Cole Sands had his best start of the season. He limited the Jaguars to one run in five innings. Florida State now has 40 wins, which they have achieved for 39 straight seasons.

The Seminoles will now travel to Gainesville to take on their rival, the top seeded Florida Gators later this week. The Gators are 50-13 on the season and are coming off sweeping the Gainesville Regional this past weekend. The Gators beat Bethune-Cookman, UConn, and Georgia Tech. The Seminoles are 0-3 against the Gators this season and lost five straight games to the Gators since 2015.

The schedules for the Super Regional won’t be announced until all NCAA Regional action has been completed.

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