Panteliodis Propels Gator Baseball To Third-Straight Super Regional
For the third-straight season, the Florida Gators sent the Miami Hurricanes packing from the NCAA Baseball Tournament thanks to pitcher Alex Panteliodis.
Even though the teams played four times earlier in the year, it was "Johnny Pants" who threw the heat on Sunday beating the Canes 11-4, propelling the Gators to their third-straight Super Regional.
Panteliodis is now 6-2 for the season with a 3.76 ERA, limiting opponents bats' to a batting average of .251. The Florida junior left fans doing the "Gator chomp", but also earned a new admirer in Miami coach Jim Morris.
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