This final weekend of non-conference play is over and some teams fared much better than others. With SEC League play set to begin on Friday allow us to recap the action from March 9-March 11. National number 1 Florida won all three games over Florida Gulf Coast moving their record to 15-1 on the season. Back to Back World Series Champions South Carolina actually dropped a spot to #3 in this week’s poll after sweeping a 3 game set over Princeton but struggling to score runs. Alabama continues to struggle dropping games to Oral Roberts and East Carolina. The Kentucky Wildcats remained perfect after sweeping Canisius. Kentucky is 16-0 for the season but hasn’t really been tested. Full results from the weekend are below.

Players of the Week:


Matt Snyder  Ole Miss

Senior  1B  Centreville, Va.

 

PITCHER OF THE WEEK


Kevin Gausman  LSU

Sophomore  RHP  Centennial, Colo.

FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK

Demarcus Henderson  Miss. State

OF  Waynesboro, Miss.


SEC Teams in the March 12 Coaches Poll


1. Florida

3. South Carolina

7. Arkansas

15. Mississippi

16. LSU

19. Georgia

20. Kentucky

22. Mississippi State

Sunday, March 11th

Notre Dame  7,  LSU  1

Oral Roberts  3,  Alabama  2

Louisiana-Monroe  7,  Tennessee  4

Belmont  3,  Auburn  1

San Diego  9,  Vanderbilt  7

South Carolina  3,  Princeton  1

Ole Miss  11,  Houston  3

UCLA  7,  Georgia  3

Kentucky  5,  Canisius  4

Florida  3,  Fla. Gulf Coast  2

Mississippi St.  3,  Mercer  1

Saturday, March 10th


LSU 6,  Michigan  4

Louisiana-Monroe  8,  Tennessee  6

Auburn  3,  Belmont  2

Florida  8,  Fla. Gulf Coast  3

South Carolina  6,  Princeton  1

Arkansas  6,  Binghamton  0

Mercer  6,  Mississippi St.  1

San Diego  2,  Vanderbilt  1

Ole Miss  9,  Houston  0

UCLA  7,  Georgia  6

Arkansas  5,  Binghamton  3

Kentucky  7,  Canisius  5

Friday, March 9th


LSU 6,  Michigan  0

Ole Miss  8,  Houston  0

Mississippi St.  5,  Mercer  3

East Carolina  3,  Alabama  1

Auburn  6,  Belmont  5

Florida  4,  Fla. Gulf Coast  2

South Carolina  2,  Princeton  1

UCLA  2,  Georgia  0

Tennessee  4,  Louisiana-Monroe  0

Vanderbilt  7,  San Diego  0

Arkansas  4,  Binghamton  0

Kentucky  19,  Canisius  9