Game 1 – Miami 8, FSU 2 Miami scored early and often in game one, topping the Seminoles 8-2. Parker Messick (6-3) allowed five runs in 5.1 innings, snapping his streak of scoreless innings at Dick Howser at 30.0. Carson Palmquist (8-3) allowed two unearned runs over his 6.0 innings, and Gage Ziehl earned his first save of the year with three scoreless innings. Jordan Carrion and Brett Roberts each had two hits, and FSU had just seven as a team. Jaime Ferrer reached base on a hit and walk and was hit by a pitch. After FSU took the early lead in the first inning, Miami answered with a three-run home run from Ariel Garcia that proved to be the winning run. The Canes added three more runs in the seventh inning, including a two-run home run from Yohandy Morales. SCORING SUMMARY: B1 | UM 0, FSU 1 Carrion stole third, scored on throwing error T2 | UM 3, FSU 1 Garcia home run, Burke & Pitelli scored T4 | UM 4, FSU 1 Gonzalez singled, Pitelli scored T6 | UM 5, FSU 1 Gonzalez singled, Burke scored B6 | UM 5, FSU 2 Lacey grounded out, Ferrer scored T7 | UM 7, FSU 2 Morales home run, Kayfus scored T7 | UM 8, FSU 2 Levenson doubled, Burke scored OF NOTE: Jaime Ferrer was hit by a pitch for the 22nd time this season, third-most in FSU single-season history. He leads the ACC in HBPs this year. Ferrer also had the first outfield assist of his career on a fielder’s choice in the third inning. Jordan Carrion stole his ninth base of the year, most on the team and the most for a Seminole since J.C. Flowers (11) and Elijah Cabell (9) in 2019. Parker Messick ran his scoreless innings streak at Dick Howser to 30.0 before Miami’s home run in the second inning. In that span, he struck out 54 batters, with two walks. Tyler Martin singled as a pinch hitter in the ninth inning. He has reached safely in all 16 games in 2022 and 18 consecutive dating back to last year. His five-game hitting streak is the longest on the team.