The Florida State Seminoles defeated the Samford Bulldogs this afternoon at Dick Howser Field in Tallahassee, FL by a final score of 5-2.
Mike Compton was the winning pitcher for the Seminoles as he pitched six full innings, gave up five hits, one earned run while striking out five Samford batters. The Seminoles Robert Benincasa picked up his 15th save this year.
The 'Noles Stephen McGee and Josh Delph each drove in two RBI's while Jose Brizuela contributed one.
On the Samford side, pitcher C.K. Irby was credited with the loss in the game as he gave up three hits and three earned runs in just two innings of work.
With the win, Florida State wins the Tallahassee Regional and will now advance to the Super Regional where they will face off against the winner of the Palo Alto Regional final between Stanford and Pepperdine.
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