SEC Baseball Tournament 2012: Vanderbilt Into The Semis With 2-1 Win Over Florida

The Vanderbilt Commodores moved into the semifinals of the 2012 SEC Baseball Tournament with a 2-1 over second-seeded Florida Thursday night.

Riley Reynolds' two-run triple in the fourth inning accounted for all of the offense that Vanderbilt would need. Conrad Gregor added two hits. Sam Selman picked up his ninth win of the season going six innings while allowing two hits. Jared Miller worked 2 1/3 innings of relief allowing one hit to pick up his first save of the season.

Florida was held to just four hits in the game with their only run coming on a sacrifice fly by Preston Tucker. Hudson Randall suffers his second loss of the season after allowing three hits and two runs in 5 2/3 innings of work.

Vanderbilt will enjoy an off day on Friday and will take on the winner of Florida and South Carolina on Saturday.

For more on this game Florida fans should check out Alligator Army and South Carolina fans should head over to Garnet And Black Attack.

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