Gator Softball Avoids Rattlers Venom
Powered by three home runs and 12 RBI, the #1 Gator softball team shutout Florida A&M, 12-0, in five innings on Friday night in the nightcap of day one of the Gainesville Regional.
The Gators (56-3) tallied 10 hits, six for extra bases, in the win.
Every starting player reached base and eight starters recorded at least
one hit, both by the second inning. The three Gator bombs brought the
season total to 79, tying the Southeastern Conference record for
single-season home runs, set by the 2007 Alabama Crimson Tide. Florida
also broke its program record for single-season RBI, as it has collected
367 this season. The 2008 team held the record with 361.
Sophomore Stephanie Brombacher (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) picked up her 21st
win of the season, striking out seven while allowing one walk and two
hits in her five innings of work. She moves to 41-0 in her career.
Amanda Reyes (22-19) shouldered the loss for the Rattlers (30-31).
The Gators will take on Texas A&M, who beat Lehigh, 1-0, in game one, at
1 p.m. on Saturday.
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