Stetson 3, George Washington 0
In DeLand, Fla., Mitchell Senger tossed a no-hitter with 16 strikeouts as Stetson improved to 6-1 with a win over George Washington. The no-no was the fifth in school history and first since 1986. Senger (2-0) walked one and hit two batters in his 109-pitch gem. Jorge Arenas had a two-run single to provide all the offense Senger needed.
McNeese 1, Texas State 0
In San Marco, Texas, Adam Goree and Cayne Ueckert combined on a no-hitter – the first combined no-hitter in school history, fifth overall and first since 2001 – as McNeese edged Texas State. Goree worked the first two innings before a rain delay, and Ueckert came on to toss the final seven innings with five strikeouts and three walks. Mitchell Rogers drove in then lone run for the Cowboys (1-6).
Miami 2, No. 1 Florida 0
In Miami, Evan McKendry and Andrew Cabezas combined to allow three hits and strike out 13, and Michael Burns had two hits and two RBI as Miami (3-4) salvaged the third game of its series with Florida (7-1).
No. 2 Oregon State 6, Ohio State 1
In Surprise, Ariz., Grant Gambrell allowed five hits and struck out a career-high 12 batters in seven scoreless innings, and Trevor Larnach had three hits and two RBI as Oregon State ended its 8-0 run in Arizona with a win over Ohio State (5-3).
San Diego 5, No. 3 Arkansas 3
In San Diego, Brhet Bewley had two hits and an RBI as San Diego (7-2) scored three runs in the sixth and two more in the seventh to knock off Arkansas, capping a 4-0 mark in the Tony Gwynn Legacy tournament and a 5-0 week.
No. 4 Texas Tech 3, UT San Antonio 0
In San Antonio, John McMillon and two relievers combined on a three-hit shutout, with McMillon allowed three hits and striking out six in six innings, and Kurt Wilson had two hits and two RBI as Texas Tech (7-0) slipped past UT San Antonio (2-3).
No. 5 Florida State 9, Troy 4
In Tallahassee, Fla., J.C. Flowers went 2 for 3 with three RBI, and Austin Pollock tossed six innings with one earned run as Florida State (7-0) completed a sweep of Troy (4-4). Matt Sanders and Cole Prestegard (solo homer) each had three hits for the Trojans.
East Carolina 12, No. 6 North Carolina 0
In Chapel Hill, N.C., Chris Holba yielded two hits and struck out eight in seven scoreless innings, and battery-mate Jake Washer had two hits and four RBI as East Carolina (6-1) captured its series with North Carolina (3-4).