With two outs in the bottom of the tenth inning, sophomore right fielder Kendrick Calilao belted a walk-off solo shot over the left-field wall at Florida Ballpark Tuesday to lift the Gators over the Seminoles.
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Down two runs in the top of the eighth, Florida sophomore Kris Armstrong dug into the left-handed batter’s box to pinch hit for shortstop Jordan Carrion with one out and runners in scoring position.
Nearly 1,500 fans rose from their seats during the seventh-inning stretch at Lindsey Nelson Stadium and watched Florida right-hander Christian Scott take the hill with a tie game.
The Gators held off Stetson Tuesday before first baseman Nathan Hickey carried Florida to its 20th victory Wednesday against Florida A&M in mercy-rule fashion.
With two outs, Florida lefty Trey Van Der Weid hoped to retire one more batter and maintain a 6-3 lead into the seventh inning stretch.
Tied at two entering the eighth inning, Ole Miss shortstop Jacob Gonzalez dug into the batter’s box with the go-ahead run on second.
Up 2-1 in the bottom of the eighth with a runner aboard, Florida left fielder Jacob Young hacked at the first pitch from Ole Miss right-hander Josh Mallitz. Young drove a breaking ball into the right-center gap that turned into a RBI triple and extended the Gators’ lead to 3-1.
With a 6-3 lead into the seventh-inning stretch, Florida center fielder Jud Fabian entered the right-handed batter’s box with a swing-early approach.
With two outs and a 1-1 ballgame in the top of the seventh, Florida center fielder Jud Fabian heard the crack of Texas A&M third baseman Zane Schmidt’s sweet spot and immediately darted for the warning track in right-center.
Star Florida guard Kiara Smith took the hardwood Thursday in the SEC Tournament, possibly wearing orange and blue for the last time.
Up two points with around two minutes left in the final quarter, Kentucky guard Rhyne Howard used a ball screen to gain leverage on Florida forward Faith Dut en route to the basket.
Florida earned the No. 12 seed in the SEC and will face No. 13 Auburn in the SEC Tournament in Wednesday’s opening round.
Three minutes until the final buzzer, Georgia center Jenna Staiti splashed a three from the top of the arc to grant the Bulldogs their largest lead of the game.
In its final road game of the season, Florida will head to Columbia, Missouri, to take on the Tigers.
Up six with 27 seconds to play, Florida guard Tre Mann sent Georgia forward P.J. Horne to the line with a chance to bring the Bulldogs within four points.
After trailing by as much as 17 points, star guard Kiara Smith made her eighth basket of the night in transition to bring the Gators within six points of the lead.
After battling back from a 16-point deficit, Florida corralled an offensive rebound and dished the ball to guard Danielle Rainey, who knocked down her fifth three-pointer of the night and clawed her team back to a one-possession ball game.
Star Florida guards Lavender Briggs and Kiara Smith average 38.8 points combined per conference game, which lands each player inside the top 10 in points per SEC game.
With 0.7 seconds left and a 57-57 tie in the fourth, Florida guard Kiara Smith hit what she and the entire Gators bench considered an off-balance, one-handed game-winning layup.
Florida’s overreliance on the consistent production of star guards Lavender Briggs and Kiara Smith is beginning to haunt the team.