The South Carolina Gamecocks followed up their first ever NCAA baseball national championship last year with another one this year. Last night, the Gamecocks finished off their sweep of SEC rival Florida in a 5-2 victory to take home the 2011 College World Series title.
South Carolina defeated the Florida Gators in Game 1 of the CWS finals last night by the score of 2-1. Gamecocks first baseman Christian Walker scored the game-winning run from 1rst base in the top of the 11th thanks to two throwing errors on the play by the Gators.
The College World Series' title series begins tonight at 7:00 in Omaha as the Florida Gators will battle the defending champion South Carolina Gamecocks. If Florida wants to keep South Carolina from hoisting up the trophy again this year, there are 5 keys to their success.
South Carolina finished with 13 hits in their dominant CWS victory over Virginia last night in Omaha. The Gamecocks 7-1 win over the Cavaliers was their 13th NCAA tournament win in a row, tying them with Southern Cal and LSU for most consecutive tournament victories.
Katy Neal's three-run homer highlighted a seven run second inning to propel #3 seed South Alabama to a 10-2 win over #6 Louisiana-Monroe in a mercy rule shortened game at Lamson Park in the first game of the Sun Belt Conference softball tournament at Lamson Park in Lafayette...
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