GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Florida State punched its ticket to the 2023 Women’s College Planet Series immediately after finishing off a two- sweep of No. 14 Georgia on Friday in Tallahassee, Florida, in the Super Regionals. This marks the 13th time the Seminoles have sophisticated to the WCWS.
No. three Florida State will face No. six Oklahoma State subsequent week at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. The WCWS starts June 1.
In Thursday night’s Game 1, FSU created a statement eight-1 win more than the Bulldogs. Georgia took an early, 1- lead in the initial inning, but the Seminoles scored eight unanswered runs – 4 in the third inning and a different 4 in the fifth – to take the initial game.
Kathryn Sandercock matched the record for the most appearances in Seminole history (179) and pushed her season record to 29-three. Kaley Mudge led FSU with 3 hits and 3 RBIs on a nine-hit evening.
In Game Two on Friday, the Seminoles grinded out a four-two victory, bolstered by a 3-run third inning. Kalei Harding and Hallie Wacaser each and every posted a pair of hits with Harding recording a pair of RBIs.
Mack Leonard got the win in the circle, striking out 4 batters and enabling 1 run on two hits. Sandercock set the record for most appearances on Friday with her 180th look in the circle to safe her ninth save – the second-most in the NCAA.
The Seminoles are 108-75 all-time in the NCAA Tournament in their 35th look.