Showdown of the day:
Jr. 2B Josh Adams broke a 2-2 tie with a two-run double in the seventh inning against Sam Dyson, propelling Florida to a series-clinching 5-2 win at South Carolina. The Gators clinched the SEC's regular-season title.
• Virginia clinched the top seed in the ACC tournament with a 3-1 win at Miami behind another strong outing from Jr. RHP Robert Morey (7 IP, 3 H, 1 ER).
• Auburn blasted Mississippi, 18-4, to clinch the SEC West title outright.
• Arkansas over Vanderbilt, 4-3, to even the crucial series. The winner of that series is likely to host a regional, although the SEC tournament could play a factor as well.
• Alabama over Tennessee, 4-2 in 11 innings, clinching a trip to the SEC tournament for the Crimson Tide
• Louisiana State over Mississippi State, 17-3, clinching a trip to the SEC tournament for the Tigers
• North Carolina State over Duke, 7-6 in 12 innings, clinching a trip to the ACC tournament for the Wolfpack
• Baylor scored four in the ninth to beat Oklahoma State, 6-5, and clinch a trip to the Big 12 tournament. Missouri also clinched a trip to the conference tournament with OSU's loss.
• Kansas State over Texas A&M, 8-7, in 10 innings
• Arizona State over Oregon State, 10-4
• UCLA over California, 8-7
• Stanford over Arizona, 3-1
• Holy Cross over Bucknell, 8-7, in the first game of the Patriot League championship series
Upset of the day:
Georgia throttled Kentucky, 20-0, to clinch the series and put Kentucky's regional hopes in dire straights. Johnathan Taylor (5-for-5, 4 R, 3 RBI) led a 22-hit attack for the Bulldogs, who improved to 5-22 in the SEC.
• Clemson over Florida State, 8-4, to clinch the series
• North Carolina over Virginia Tech, 5-3. The Tar Heels must win Saturday and get a Georgia Tech win against Boston College to make the ACC tournament.
• Washington over Oregon, 13-11
• South Florida swept a doubleheader at Pittsburgh, 7-3 and 14-12
Hitter of the day:
Florida International So. SS Garrett Wittels: 2-for-4, R, RBI in 6-5 loss vs. Florida Atlantic. Wittels extended his hitting streak to 47 games, tied with Wichita State's Phil Stephenson (1981) for second-longest all-time.
Pitcher of the day:
Oakland Jr. LHP Aaron Wick: 7 IP, 0 H, 0 H, 3 BB, 5 K in 4-0 win vs. Southern Utah. Wick threw a seven-inning no-hitter, Oakland's first at the Division I level.
• Cal State Fullerton So. RHP Noe Ramirez: 8 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 11 K in 8-0 win vs. Santa Clara
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