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No. 7 FSU baseball game thread: Louisville, Thursday, 6:00 PM

‘Noles look to gain ground in the Atlantic standings with series against the Cards.

NCAA Baseball: College World Series-Florida State vs LSU Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

The Florida State Seminoles were riding a hot streak after taking two from ranked UCF in a midweek series and then winning a series against a quality North Carolina team on the road. That momentum came to a halt on Tuesday night as the ‘Noles fell to the rival Gators, making UF victorious in 12 of the last 13 games. The loss came in heartbreaking fashion, 1-0, behind another excellent pitching performance by Andrew Karp. To make matters worse, FSU found out they would be without their center fielder, JC Flowers, for 6-8 weeks with a broken jaw.

Hopefully, FSU can get back on track against an up and down Louisville team this weekend.

FSU Overall: 20-6 // ACC: 5-4 // Home: 16-1 // Away: 4-4 // Neutral: 0-1 // Last 10: 6-4


Louisville Overall: 18-6 // ACC: 4-5 // Home: 13-4 // Away: 3-2 // Neutral: 2-0 // Last 10: 4-6


Florida State

  1. #16 Mike Salvatore ss
  2. #2 Jackson Lueck lf
  3. #22 Drew Mendoza 3b
  4. #35 Cal Raleigh c
  5. #38 Rhett Aplin 1b
  6. #3 Nick Derr 2b
  7. #24 Jared Herron dh
  8. #7 Steven Wells rf
  9. #9 Cooper Swanson cf


  1. #25 Josh Stowers cf
  2. #20 Jake Snider lf
  3. #7 Devin Mann 2b
  4. #43 Logan Wyatt 1b
  5. #1 Drew Campbell rf
  6. #9 Danny Oriente dh
  7. #18 Pat Rumoro c
  8. #16 Justin Lavey 3b
  9. #2 Tyler Fitzgerald ss

Pitching Matchup

Florida State

RHP Cole Sands (4-1, 5.51 ERA)


LHP Adam Wolf (3-1, 1.66 ERA)

Friday’s game will be broadcast on ACC Network Extra on ESPN3 with a radio broadcast on 106.1 FM in Tallahassee, as well as online at Tomahawk Nation will also be providing live updates in the comments section at the bottom of the page, if you’re unable to watch or listen.