Crawford Makes Gator Baseball, NCAA History With No-Hit Win
It wasn't a perfect start to the 2012 NCAA baseball tournament, but for the Florida Gator baseball team, it was precisely one walk away from being flawless. Sophomore Jonathon Crawford pitched a no-hitter Friday night against Bethune-Cookman, leading the Gators to a 4-0 win in their opening game of the Gainesville Regional, and putting his name in the record books along the way. With the 5 strikeout, 1 walk performance, Crawford becomes just the 7th pitcher to throw a no-hitter in NCAA tournament history. He also became the first Gator to throw a no-hitter since John Burke in 1991 (which, coincidentally came in the postseason as well). The Gators now move on to face Georgia Tech, who beat College of Charleston 8-4, in the winners bracket Saturday night at 7 p.m.
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