Florida State Slips By North Carolina 4-2 In Game One
Saturday, April 21, 2007
Top ranked Florida State (36-5, 14-2) got eight strong innings from starter Bryan Henry and a season-high three RBI's from Mark Gildea to down second-ranked North Carolina (32-8, 13-6) 4-2 Friday night in a showdown of the ACC's top two teams. The Seminoles recorded double-digit hits for the 11th straight ball game en route to defeating the Tar Heels for the fifth consecutive time at home and for the 15th try in 16 games played on Mike Martin Field. (CSTV)
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