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Whitson Shines as No. 2 Florida Wins

Whitson was strong on Wednesday

The goal was to get Karsten Whitson on the right track. After the win, Florida head coach Kevin O'Sullivan felt his team did just that. The sophomore right-hander fired four scoreless innings to start the game, while the Florida bullpen allowed just one run in the final five innings. The offense followed by scoring in seven of eight innings at the plate as No. 2 Florida beat Bethune-Cookman 10-1.

"He looked great," O'Sullivan said after coaching his 300th game at Florida. "He was attacking and had all three pitches going for strikes. It was the first chance we had to extend him. I felt really good about his outing." Karsten Whitson lasted four innings, giving up four hits and no walks while striking out one hitter. His velocity was in the normal range of 92-94 mph during the first inning... Recommended Stories

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