Caglianone’s power gave No. 4 Florida (36-10, 14-7 SEC) the edge in its 7-5 win over the Florida State Seminoles (15-28, 6-18 ACC) to wrap up non-conference play. Florida swept the season series with FSU and has won 22 of its last 26 games against their in-state rival.
Ethan Eibe is a second-year UF sports media major and covers Gators baseball for The Alligator. Outside of his writing, Ethan is a play-by-play broadcaster for UF student radio and has spent two summers announcing professional baseball with the Alpine Cowboys. He is a long-suffering Miami Marlins fan.
Neely allowed a run but shut the door in the ninth to lock down his ninth save of the season and No. 4 Florida’s (35-10, 14-7 SEC) 8-7 victory over Missouri (24-19, 5-16 SEC) at Condron Ballpark.
Shelnut delivered a three-run homer to ignite UF’s offense in the second inning and the game-ending run-batted-in single in the bottom of the seventh. The killing blow ended the ballgame via the mercy rule and capped off the Gators’ (33-10, 12-7 SEC) 11-1 win over the Tigers (24-17, 5-14 SEC).
The Gamecocks’ pitching once again held the Gators’ bats in check in No. 6 South Carolina’s 5-2 win over the No. 3 Florida Gators Friday night at Founders Park in Columbia, South Carolina.
The No. 3 Florida Gators (30-7, 11-4 SEC) defeated the Georgia Bulldogs (19-17, 4-11 SEC) 11-6 to win the series two games to one and give UF its fifth consecutive southeastern conference series victory.
The No. 3 Florida Gators (29-7, 10-4 SEC) rebounded from a series-opening loss to sneak by the Georgia Bulldogs (19-16, 4-10 SEC) 2-1 in a pitcher’s duel Saturday night at Condron Ballpark.
A day after showcasing his light tower power at Lindsey Nelson Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee, the sophomore failed to prove his prowess on the mound. The No. 3 Florida Gators (27-6, 9-3 SEC) were unable to recover from Caglianone’s rough start in a 14-3 mercy-rule loss to the No. 11 Tennessee Volunteers (22-10, 5-7 SEC) Saturday afternoon.
A cold, rainy evening in Knoxville, Tennessee, didn’t deter the No. 3 Florida Gators (27-5, 9-2 SEC) in their 9-3 victory against the No. 11 Tennesee Volunteers (21-10, 4-7 SEC). The win gives UF an unbeaten 8-0 record in away games and its first series win against the Vols since April 2018.
Heyman emptied the bases with a grand slam to left field. His eight RBI was just a slice of the offensive pie in No. 3 Florida’s 17-8 win against the Auburn Tigers Sunday afternoon at Condron Ballpark.