Gator Baseball Uses Big Innings to End USF Streak
GAINESVILLE- The Florida Gator baseball team was on a winning streak before being defeated by Missouri on Sunday. But they rebounded tonight with a 12-1 win over University of South Florida, ending the Bulls 12 game winning streak.
The Gators got off to a slow offensive start, but made up for it with some great defensive play in the outfield.
Then in the 5th and 6th innings, bats came alive as Florida posted 10 runs between the two innings.
Richie Martin and head coach Kevin O'Sullivan say a big part of the success is the energy the guys give one another.
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