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Post-Florida game notes

May 21, 2008

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Game Notes

  • Vanderbilt improved to 6-0 against Florida in the SEC Tournament.
  • Vanderbilt improved to 3-2 on opening day of the SEC Tournament under current head coach Tim Corbin. In the previous two opening day wins under Corbin, the Commodores advanced to the Championship game on Sunday.
  • With the win, Vanderbilt snapped a five-game losing streak coming into the SEC Tournament.
  • Vanderbilt RF Dominic de la Osa moved into a tie for 21st on the SEC career hits chart. de la Osa went 2-for-4 with two runs on the day, giving him 295 career hits.
  • Vanderbilt relief pitcher Russell Brewer recorded his team leading sixth save of the season.
  • Florida is now 0-6 verus Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament. They swept Vanderbilt in the last weekend of the regular season.
  • Florida turned in four double-plays during the game, giving them 69 on the season. That is the fifth most the Gators have recorded in a season since 1986.
  • Florida CF Matt den Dekker had a 13-game hitting streak snapped.
  • Florida starting pitcher Patrick Keating gave up a career high six runs on nine hits. It was first loss of the season.
  • Florida batters left 14 baserunners stranded.
  • Florida dropped their opening day game of the SEC Tournament for the second consecutive year.
  • The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Florida Gators.
  • Vanderbilt moves on to face #2 seed LSU on Thursday.
  • Florida moves into the loser's bracket and will face South Carolina in an elimination game Thursday at 10:00 a.m.

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