UCF Vs. Stony Brook, 2012 NCAA Baseball Tournament: Knights Season Ends With 10-6 Loss

The Central Florida baseball season came to an end on Monday night, as the Knights dropped an elimination game in the regional finals to Stony Brook. After the Seawolves cruised to a 12-5 win on Sunday, they backed it up again on Monday with a 10-4 victory to move on to the first Super Regional in the school's history. This marks the third time in the past 13 years that UCF has gone into the Regional final undefeated and been unable to advance with a win. They still seek their first Super Regional appearance in program history.

The Knights jumped out to an early 3-0 lead but starter Brian Adkins could not hold the lead. Adkins gave up four earned runs in 3.1 innings of work, as the Seawolves blew it open with a five-run fourth inning and would never look back. William Carmona, who absolutely raked all weekend, went four for five for Stony Brook and brought home three. His night included a two-RBI double during the fourth-inning rally that ignited the Seawolves and sent the Knights home packing.

For updates on the NCAA regionals, keep checking this StoryStream from SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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