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Vols beat Gators, advance to 1st SEC championship since 1995 – Washington, District of Columbia

Washington, District of Columbia 2021-05-29 20:18:59 –

Hoover, Alabama (AP) — Camden Sewell allowed two hits and scored a career high with six innings and six strikeouts …

Hoover, Alabama (AP) — Camden Seawell allowed two hits in Saturday’s SEC tournament semifinals, scoring a career high with six strikeouts in six innings, and second-seeded Tennessee 4-0 to sixth-seeded Florida. Won.

Volunteers (45-15) will advance to Sunday’s championship game for the first time since 1995, playing against top-seeded Arkansas. Razorbucks won two of the three regular season games against Tennessee from May 14th to 16th, all three of which were run.

Sewell (4 wins and 1 loss), who made 18 rescue appearances in 2021, made his third start of the season in Tennessee.

Liam Spence scored two hits, two walks, two walks and two goals in Tennessee. Drew Gilbert, Evan Russell, and Jordan Beck each had an RBI. Beck hit a double in the fourth inning and scored a wild pitch.

Florida starter Brandon Splat (2-1) gave up three points in the Gator’s (38-20) 3 2/3 innings.

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