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After completing a four-game sweep of Stetson with two mid-week wins, Florida State improved to 43-14 on the season. The Seminoles currently lead the nation in wins. FSU's 43 victories are one better than Tulane and Louisiana Lafayette who currently have 42 wins each. Coming into the week, Florida State's winning percentage was 13th best in America but the two wins over the Hatters jumped the Seminole winning percentage by almost 10 percentage points. When it comes to ACC teams, nobody in the conference was within five games of matching FSU's win total entering this weekend's games. After tonight's win against UNC, the Seminoles are 44-14.


While batting averages go up and down there is one hitting record that nobody will be able to take away from All-American candidate Shane Robinson. With his two hits in the series finale versus Stetson, Robinson reached the 100-hit plateau and became the first player in NCAA Division I baseball to reach 100 hits in 2005. That is a pretty amazing accomplishment but what is even more amazing is that Robinson became the first FSU player in school history with 100 hits and 40 stolen bases. The only player to really come close to doing what Robinson has done is Edwin Alicea. In 1987 Alicea stole 39 bases and recorded 100 hits.

Way to go Shane Robinson!!! 04-rock
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