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⚾: No. 20 FSU Baseball drops finale at Georgia Tech

⚾: No. 20 FSU Baseball drops finale at Georgia Tech
Posted at 6:02 PM, Apr 10, 2022
and last updated 2022-04-10 18:02:32-04

ATLANTA (SEMINOLES.COM) — Atlanta native Brett Roberts led FSU with a season-high three hits, but No. 20 Florida State (18-13, 7-8 ACC) fell 10-0 at Georgia Tech (21-12, 7-8) Sunday afternoon.

Two of Roberts’ three hits went for extra bases and he finished with a team-high six hits in the series.

Both pitchers were rolling through the first two innings, working around runners on base without allowing any runs. In the third, Georgia Tech loaded the bases with two singles and a walk before Ross Dunn (1-3) allowed a bases-loaded walk and a three-run double.

Down 4-0, the Noles loaded the bases against Marquis Grissom Jr. (2-3) in the fourth but a lineout to second base ended the inning. In the fifth, FSU was poised to get on the board when James Tibbs doubled and Roberts singled, but Tibbs was thrown out at the plate to end the inning.

In total, FSU stranded 14 runners, including at least one each in the first eight innings.

The Yellow Jackets added a run in the fourth inning and two unearned runs in the seventh. Tech hit its second bases-clearing double in the eighth to close out the scoring.

SCORING SUMMARY:

B3 | FSU 0, GT 1 Borden walked, Jackson scored
B3 | FSU 0, GT 4 Compton doubled, Jenkins, Gonzalez & Borden scored
B4 | FSU 0, GT 5 Parada singled, Simpson scored
B7 | FSU 0, GT 6 Parada sacrifice fly, Simpson scored
B7 | FSU 0, GT 7 Borden doubled, Jenkins scored
B8 | FSU 0, GT 10 Gonzalez doubled, Simpson, Parada & Jenkins scored

UP NEXT:

Florida State heads back to Tallahassee for a game against Florida Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. on ACC Network. The Gators enter the game after winning a series against No. 2 Arkansas.

OF NOTE:

  • Atlanta native Brett Roberts led FSU with three hits, tying his season high.
  • Jordan Carrion drew three walks, tied for the most by a Seminole this season and a career high.
  • Tyler Martin drew a walk in his first at-bat. He has reached base in all eight games this season and 10 straight dating to last season.
  • Reese Albert singled in his first at-bat and leads FSU with a .345 average on the season.