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SEC Baseball Midweek in Review: March 27-29

A busy week has come and gone.



  • Tennessee 17, Western Carolina 3
  • Georgia 7, Charleston Southern 0
  • Kentucky 13, Miami (OH) 7
  • Florida 1, FSU 0
  • South Carolina 5, Davidson 4
  • Nicholls 7, Mississippi State 4
  • Ole Miss 7, Southern Miss 6
  • Auburn 5, Alabama 2
  • Arkansas 8, Memphis 7
  • Lipscomb 5, Vanderbilt 1
  • Texas A&M 5, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 3
  • Louisiana 3, LSU 1




  • Georgia 11, Texas A&M 5
  • South Carolina 6, Tennessee 1
  • Arkansas 6, Ole Miss 4
  • LSU 10, Mississippi State 1


Florida outlasts FSU: The Gators picked up their second win over the Seminoles this season. This time, it was to the tune of just 1-0. The only run of the game was scored by Austin Langworthy, who drove Wil Dalton in on an RBI single in the bottom of the 4th. Jack Leftwich allowed just one hit over five innings, and struck out five while issuing just one free pass. Jordan Butler and Michael Byrne followed him up with a combined four shutout innings with five strikeouts in total and only one walk, issued by Butler.

Mississippi State falls to Nicholls and LSU: It’s been a season to forget so far for State, and that trend continued this past week. Not only did they fall 10-1 to LSU on Thursday night, they also took a 7-4 loss to Nicholls on Tuesday. The latter is much more damning than losing to a ranked conference foe, obviously. There’s no telling when the misery will end, but so far, it’s showing no sign of stopping.

Arkansas bests Ole Miss in Game 1: A very important series is going down in Oxford this weekend. That series began with a win for the road team, as Arkansas bested Ole Miss 6-4 on Thursday. With the game tied at 4 after three innings, runs wouldn’t come to pass again until the sixth. That’s when Jordan McFarland broke the tie with a solo shot to right. Three batters later, after a pair of singles from Jax Biggers and Carson Shaddy, Casey Martin delivered, bringing Biggers in to score the insurance run.