No. 1 Florida Condition defeat Florida Atlantic 10-5 Sunday afternoon at the St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational.

The Seminoles (10-), who played No. 4 Tennessee Sunday night to shut out the 3-day softball tourney, snapped a 1-1 tie towards FAU with two operates in the fifth inning, 3 in the sixth and 4 in the seventh.

FAU (3-7) scored 3 operates in the base of the sixth to pull in 6-4, but was unable to hold and overtake FSU.

Zoe Casas experienced 3 of the Seminoles’ 14 hits and knocked in 3 operates. Cali Harrod, Elizabeth Mason and Sydney Sherrill experienced two hits every.

FSU starter Kathryn Sandercock tossed 5.2 innings. Reliever Cassidy Davis shut out the match, permitting one particular operate.

FAMU baseball

FAMU (-3) dropped its remaining two online games at the Andre Dawson Classic in New Orleans above the weekend.

After falling 6-3 to Southern on Friday night time, the Rattlers tumbled 11-3 to Eastern Kentucky on Saturday night time in a match that was televised on the MLB Network.

On Sunday, FAMU was routed by Arkansas-Pine Bluff 11-1 in seven innings because of to the 10-operate mercy rule.

The Rattlers fell at the rear of APB 7- after 3 innings and in no way mounted a menace.

FAMU starter Josh Hancock authorized seven operates, 3 gained, on seven hits in 5 innings.

Willis McDaniel experienced two of the Rattlers’ 6 hits. APB (1-2) experienced dropped its first two online games in the event.

In Saturday’s match, the Rattlers opened with a operate in the first inning when McDaniel, who singled, scored on a throwing mistake with two outs.

The Colonels (1-1), even so, answered with 3 operates in the base fifty percent of the inning and in no way trailed yet again.

FAMU starter Kyle Coleman surrendered 10 hits and seven operates, 3 gained, in 4.1 innings. He also struck out seven. The Rattlers were being constrained to 4 hits.

FAMU was outscored 28-7 in the tourney.

The Rattlers fulfill Missouri (1-2) in their house opener Tuesday at 4 p.m. to open a 6-match homestand.

FAMU plays Mercer (2-1) Wednesday and Alcorn Condition (1-1), which also played in the Andre Dawson Classic, in a 4-match collection setting up Friday.

FSU women’s tennis

The Florida Condition women’s tennis team (8-1) dominated rival and No. 15 Miami and neighbor Florida A&M Saturday.

The Seminoles defeat the Hurricanes 5-2. and the Rattlers 4-1.

After dropping the doubles stage to Miami, FSU bounced back again in singles to acquire 5 of 6 first sets. Carla Touly, Emmanuelle Salas, Nandini Das, Ariana Rahmanparast and Andrea Garcia won in singles for the Seminoles.

FSU is at No. 24 Florida on Tuesday and at house Friday towards No. 4 Duke.

TCC baseball

Condition Faculty of Florida done a two-match collection sweep of Tallahassee Local community Faculty with Saturday’s 9-3 gain.

Tallahassee falls to 7-5.

Tyler Lala and Cyrus Grimes experienced two hits every for Tallahassee.

The Eagles host Thomas University JV for a doubleheader commencing at 3 p.m. right now.

TCQ Foundation Award winners

The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation (TQC Foundation), Inc., the creator and sponsor of the Biletnikoff Award, honored Alabama’s Jerry Jeudy as the 2018 winner of the Biletnikoff Award, alongside one another with Foundation scholarship winners, at the 25th once-a-year Biletnikoff Award Banquet Saturday.

The TQC Foundation’s charitable mission is the provision of college and vocational scholarships to North Florida significant school seniors who have conquer significant boundaries to realize at the optimum educational and extracurricular levels.

Listed here are the award recipients: Micayla Ann Acree, Lincoln Higher College Caylie Bussey Wakulla Higher College Ashley Elizabeth Campbell, Leon Higher College Jesse Brock Carroll, Graceville Higher College Kiya Violet Kathleen Herron, SAIL Higher College Hannah Elizabeth Hogan, Franklin County Higher College Carlos Antjuan Kilpatrick, Wakulla Higher College Emily Louise Kissell, Chiles Higher College Braidan O’Connor, St. John Paul II Higher College Kianna Okwabi, Lincoln Higher College Cody Paddock, Maclay College Malachi Darrell Richards, Rickards Higher College Travis Wynn Roberson, Port St. Joe Higher College Zacarias Rodriguez, Madison County Higher College Jessica Victoria Rudd, Franklin County Higher College and Zack Ryan Windsor, Wakulla Higher College