FSU Walks Off For 3-2 Win Over Miami

Florida State salvages the Miami series with a walk off victory.

Florida State defeated Miami 3-2 in ten innings in the second game of the double header. Tyler Warmoth picked up the win.

Florida State got on the board first with a run in the second inning. Steven Wells Jr. came through for the Seminoles with an RBI groundout that drove in Jackson Lueck from third. 

Miami responded with a run in the top of the third to tie the game at 1. Joe Gomez scored on an RBI fielder's choice by Jacob Heyward after the throw home was offline. 

Starter Tyler Holton pitched a gem of a game giving up just 1 run in 6 innings on 2 hits and 1 walk with 8 strikeouts. He was relieved by Alec Byrd at the start of the seventh.

Miami took advantage of the pitching change with a solo home run to take a 2-1 lead by Willie Abreu. Byrd finished the inning without allowing another hit.

The Seminoles bounced right back to tie the game in the bottom half of the inning. The Seminoles led off the inning with a triple by Dylan Busby, but he was thrown out at home after a fielder's choice by John Sansone. Cal Raleigh then doubled down the right field line, and Sansone scored thanks to an excellent slide that put him just out of the catcher's reach.

Jim Voyles came in for Florida State in the eighth inning, and held the Hurricanes scoreless. The Seminoles placed two different runners on second in the bottom half of the inning, but couldn't bring them in. 

Florida State brought Matthew Kinney in to hold the Hurricanes in the ninth. Florida State put two runners on with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, but a groundout by Quincy Neiporte ended the inning.

Tyler Warmoth came in for Kinney with one out in the tenth inning. Miami had a chance to take the lead, but their lead runner was thrown out at third.

Jackson Lueck came up to bat for the Seminoles, and sent the second pitch of the at bat over the right center field wall to give the Seminoles the 3-2 victory.

Florida State improves to 34-19 and 16-10 in the ACC. Florida State will next play in the ACC tournament. Seeding has not yet been decided.

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