FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES
FSU 13 Stetson 3
DeLand, Fla. – Third-ranked Florida State (36-7) registered its seventh consecutive non-conference victory with a 13-3 win over Stetson (19-27) Tuesday night in front of 2,751 at Melching Field, the eighth largest crowd in stadium history. The Seminoles reached the double-digit run plateau for the fourth straight game against the Hatters outscoring Stetson 60-9 during the stretch. The win was the tenth straight for Florida State in the series.
Five Seminoles recorded multiple hits in game one led by Tyler Holt and Jack Rye who collected four hits each. Holt doubled, hit three singles and walked once while setting a career-high with four runs scored. Rye followed with a double, three singles and a walk as the senior right fielder drove in three and scored once. Tony Delmonico went 3-for-5, while Stephen Cardullo made his fifth straight start at third and tied a career-high with two hits in five at-bats.
UVA 11 Mount St. Mary’s 1
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Jeremy Farrell (Jr., Westlake, Ohio) went 4-for-5 with a home run and two doubles as the No. 23 Virginia baseball team rung up an 11-1 win Tuesday night over Mount St. Mary’s. Virginia scored in each of the first five innings to jump out to a big lead and used strong pitching to coast from there.
Farrell notched his third career four-hit game and also scored twice and drove in two to lead the Cavaliers’ 16-hit attack. After missing a month because of injury, Phil Gosselin (Fr., West Chester, Pa.) returned to the Virginia lineup and went 3-for-4 with three RBI. Franco Valdes (So., Miami, Fla.) and Greg Miclat (Jr., Concord, N.C.) each added two hits. Tommy Flynn had a three-hit game for Mount St. Mary’s, which finished with seven hits.
Wake Forest 11 UNC-Greensboro 6
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Wake Forest used a combination of power and speed, getting a grand slam from Allan Dykstra and four stolen bases from Steven Brooks, to earn an 11-6 defeat of UNC Greensboro Tuesday evening at the UNCG Baseball Stadium.
With the win, the Demon Deacons move to 18-27 overall. The Spartans drop to 27-18 on the year with their third straight loss. Wake swept the season series with UNCG for the second consecutive season.
Maryland at West Virginia PPD to a date to be announced.
Quinnipiac at Boston College CCD due to scheduling conflicts.