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Baseball Dominates Stetson in 11-5 Win

Florida State (26-16) beat Stetson (18-25) for the second time in a week after the Seminoles topped the Hatters 11-5 Tuesday evening at Melching Field in front of 1,798 fans.

After splitting the first two games, Florida State and Miami had game three rained out Sunday afternoon. Florida State led 2-0 in the top of the third inning when lightning and rain ended the day early.

Sloppy defensive play and a 10-run inning cost the Rattlers on Sunday afternoon at Tiger Field as they fell 16-11 to Savannah State in the series finale. Florida A&M (21-18, 11-7 MEAC) committed six errors in the contest, leading to eight unearned runs for Savannah State (11-27, 2-13 MEAC).

The No. 1-seeded Florida State beach volleyball team defeated fifth-seeded FIU (3-0) on Sunday to take home the CCSA Championship for the second year in a row.

Playing a total of 15 innings in a doubleheader isn’t all that uncommon, however the way that No. 2 Florida State (43-3-1, 20-0 ACC) and Louisville (26-16, 9-6 ACC) went about it on Sunday afternoon was very unusual.

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