Gator Baseball Cages Tigers in Opener
Florida overcame a 4-2 deficit with a six-run seventh-inning to defeat LSU 8-5 in the teams' series opener at McKethan Stadium.
UF (19-5/6-1 SEC) matched a season-high by sending 11 batters to the plate in the seventh and totaled seven hits. Buddy Munroe cleared the bases with a three-run shot over the fence in left for a 7-4 margin. Sophomores Matt den Dekker and Cole Figueroa were 2-for-4 for UF -- each hitting homeruns. The teams will meet again tomorrow at 4 p.m., with junior Patrick Keating (3-0, 2.92) expected to take the mound for the Gators against a pitcher to be announced.
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