TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — N.C. State fell 6-2 to top-ranked Florida State Saturday at Dick Howser Stadium.
Florida State took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first . With one out, N.C. State starter Anthony Tzamtzis walked four-straight Seminoles to plate the games first run. Josh Delph made the score 2-0 with a sacrifice fly. The Seminoles made it 3-0 when Devon Travis doubled with two outs in the third inning.
The Seminoles added three more runs in the sixth inning to make the score 6-0.
Ryan Mathews two-run home in the sixth inning, cut the lead to four, but the Wolfpack would get no closer. Matthews was 2-for-4 on the day.
North Carolina 6, Va. Tech 2: Sophomore Hobbs Johnson carried a perfect game into the eighth inning Saturday afternoon as the Tar Heels swept the visiting Hokies for their 13th straight win.
Johnson struck out a 10 batters as he improved to 6-1.
Jacob Stallings paced the offense with a 3-for-5 performance as he scored a run and drove in two more.
Chaz Frank, Colin Moran and Cody Stubbs all notched two-hit games for the Tar Heels.
VCU 11, East Carolina 2: The Rams scored six runs in the first inning and cruised to a win in the final game Terry Sisisky Classic at the Diamond in Richmond, Va.
Jharel Cotton suffered his first loss of the season working 2/3 of an inning and allowing six runs, one earned, on one hit with three walks and two hit batters.
The Pirates got on the board in the sixth on Chase McDonalds RBI single to left field.
John Wootens sacrifice fly to right field made the score 9-2 in the seventh.
Boston College 14, Duke 2: The visiting Blue Devils took advantage of two Eagles miscues in the opening frame, scoring on an error and on a wild pitch to take a 2-0 lead, but could muster only four hits for the game as they dropped the rubber match of the series.
The Eagles tied the game in the fourth on a sacrifice fly by Spenser Payne. A five-run fifth inning followed by a four-run sixth inning blew open the game.
Wake Forest 7, Clemson 0: Brian Holmes pitched six scoreless innings and Carlos Lopez and Charlie Morgan each had two RBIs as the host Deacons swept the Tigers.