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Florida Gators vs. Stony Brook Seawolves Recap

Another fine day of baseball concluded with the Number two ranked Florida gators beating the Stony Brook Sea Wolves resoundingly. Gators sophomore John Sternagel opened up the scoring with a home run when they had a man on. The lead widened again when Gators Senior Josh Tobias it a solo home run over right field. Gators sophomore pitcher Dane Dunning threw a career high 6.2 scoreless innings. Dunning's pitching keeping the Sea wolves out of the game for large stretches. The rest of the game followed the same script with the Gators intermittently scoring while holding the Seawolves to just two points. All in all another great game for the 10-1 Gators.

Florida Gators vs. Stony Brook Seawolves Recap

Third baseman Josh Tobias went 5-for-5, leading a 14-run explosion for the Florida Gators offense in a win over Stony Brook. Johnny Caputo gave the Seawolves a 3-0 lead on a home run in the top of the first, but second-ranked Florida responded with five runs in the bottom of the inning and never trailed again. Tobias had two doubles and three RBI, and Harrison Bader hit his fifth home run of the season and scored and drove in three runs. Buddy Reed also homered for the Gators, who had 16 hits and improved to 9-1. Winning pitcher A.J. Puk (2-1) went 6.2 innings, allowing just the three runs in the first. Tyler Honahan (1-1) took the loss for Stony Brook, who fell to 2-6 on the season.

Florida Gators vs. Stony Brook Seawolves Recap

The University of Florida Gators took on Stony brook this past Friday evening under the bright lights of Mckethan Stadium in Gainesville. The game turned into a classic pitcher's duel, as both Florida and Stony Brook struggled mightily to scratch across any runs. FU Freshman Tim Knesnik proved to be the hero of the game, as he laced a crucial bottom of the sixth inning double down the left field line, scoring Harisson Bader. The RBI proved to be the first run scored in what was otherwise a very low scoring affair. Coach Kevin O'sullivan of Florida University was up for his three hundredth career collegiate win, which would put him in very esteemed company. Sophomore pitcher Logan Shore would go on to pitch six and one third innings without allowing a run; his first game back since leaving in the first inning of last week's matchup against Miami. The second game of the series will be Saturday, February twenty eighth.
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