The Florida State softball team is off to a really good start in repeating as national champions. First, the Seminoles repeated as ACC champs, again, winning their sixth consecutive conference crown. Then they repeated in earning a national seed, which led to them hosting a regional in Tallahassee. And on Saturday, the ’Noles authored another impressive repetition, hitting four straight home runs in a blowout 12-1 win over the South Florida Bulls.
That accomplishment marks the first time in NCAA Tournament history that any team has ever drilled four straight long balls. Check it out:
FSU returns to the diamond on Sunday at noon, when the Seminoles will look to secure yet another regional championship and move on to a super-regional showdown. Of course, they wouldn’t be moving far, as Florida State would host that as well, in hopes of advancing to another College World Series in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.