Posted by Mack Ade at 12:00 PM
#2 Louisville 10 – Georgia Tech 1 - RHP Kade McClure – 6-IP, 1-ER, 7-K, 4-1, 3.08
GoCards - McClure registered the win to move to 4-1 on the season and 17-2 in his career after allowing just one run on four hits with seven strikeouts in six quality innings. Freshman lefthander Adam Elliott added two scoreless innings of relief and righthander Riley Thompson had two strikeouts in a perfect ninth inning for Louisville, which followed Thursday's one-hit shutout in the series-opener by limiting the Yellow Jackets (16-17, 4-13 ACC) to just six hits in game two.
#4 North Carolina 7 – NC State 2 – RHP J.B.Baukauskas – 7-IP, 1-ER, 6-K, 6-0, 1.38
Dailytarheel - J.B. Bukauskas had a no-hitter through five innings Friday. The junior struck out six and gave up four hits and one earned run in his tenure on the rubber. Pitching efficiently, his pitch count was at 94 when head coach Mike Fox opted to the bullpen.
Vanderbilt 2 - #12 Florida 0 – RHP Kyle Wright – 9-IP, CG, 0R, 13-K, 3.98
WRUF - It has been a series filled with contrasts between the Florida Gators and the Vanderbilt Commodores in their baseball series in Nashville. After a thrilling 10-6 victory by the Gators from the night before, pitching dominated the second contest as Florida’s Brady Singer and Vanderbilt’s Kyle Wright put on a show at Hawkins Field. Both pitchers had complete games, but of course, only one could get out with the victory. It went to Wright, who probably had the best game of his college career. The Commodores ended up winning 2-0 as both teams now sport 7-7 SEC records.
Minnesota 11 – Indiana 0 - LHP Lucas Gilbreath – 7.2-IP, 0-R, 8-K, 4-0
Gophersports - Lucas Gilbreath started on the mound for the Gophers. He tossed 7.2 innings where he allowed zero runs on two hits, walked only one batter and struck out eight batters. This bumps the lefty up to a 4-0 record on the season.
#18 Stanford 5 – UCLA 3 - RHRP Colton Hock – 3.1-IP, 0-R, 5-K, 5-0
gostanford - Freshman Andrew Daschbach and junior Matt Winaker delivered the clutch hits, and junior reliever Colton Hock took care of the rest as No. 18 Stanford evened the series with a 5-3 win over UCLA at Sunken Diamond on Friday night.