Seminoles swing big sticks to blow out Chanticleers

ccubase-30Coastal Carolina loaded the bases in the top of the first but did not score. Florida State then scored three in the bottom of the frame and never looked back as the seventh-ranked Seminoles defeated #23 Coastal Carolina 16-2 Friday night at Dick Howser Stadium.

DJ Stewart led the Seminole offense with five RBI while Ben DeLuzio drove in three. FSU starting pitcher Boomer Biegalski had a no-hitter through six innings and improved to 4-3. He allowed one hit, one run and four walks with a career-high 12 strikeouts.

The Seminoles sent nine men to the plate in the first inning and scored three runs. After a leadoff single to Josh Delph, John Sansone walked. Stewart followed with an RBI single, plating Delph and moving Sansone to third. Quincy Nieporte brought home Sansone with a sacrifice fly to center field. Florida State would load the bases and Stewart came around to score on the third walk of the inning.

The Seminoles added to their lead with two, two-run singles in the fourth for a 7-0 lead. After loading the bases with two walks and a strikeout, Stewart delivered a two-run single. After an out, walk to load the bases and a strikeout, DeLuzio hit a two-run single down the left field line.

Florida State expanded its lead to 9-0 in the sixth inning. Nieporte was hit by a pitch and Chris Marconcini followed with a double. Dylan Busby drove in Nieporte with an RBI ground out to first base, moving Marconcini to third. With two outs, Danny De La Calle plated Marconcini with a single to left field.

G.K. Young broke up the no-hit bid from Biegalski with a solo home run to start the seventh. With the blast, Young now has six round-trippers from the season.

The Seminoles answered with a long ball in the bottom of the seventh. Sansone singled to start the bottom of the frame and Stewart then lifted a ball opposite field to clear the left field wall for a two-run home run and an 11-1 lead.

Coastal made the score 11-2 with a tally in the eighth. Michael Paez reached on a fielder’s choice, stole second and advanced to third on an infield single from Connor Owings. Paez later scored on a passed ball.

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