It had been almost two decades since an Atlantic Coast Conference team won back-to-back ACC Baseball Tournament championships.
The Seminoles took the second game of the contest, 8-5. Stowers kicked off the next inning with a home run and two batters later, freshman Zach Britton hit a three-run bomb to give Louisville a 7-5 lead.
The Seminoles closed in on Walljasper and the Tigers in the bottom of the seventh with a two-out, three-run home run. A double scored two runners and a sac-RBI at the next at-bat scored three runs in the final inning. He started all 35 games, led the team in scoring - averaging 12.8 points - and was second in rebounding (5.1).
FSU started its comeback with an unearned run in the sixth to narrow the margin to 8-6.
Becca Schulte led off the inning with a double off the wall in right-center field and moved to third on a ground out. After Walljasper allowed a walk to open the inning, Jessie Warren hit a two-run home run. J.C. Flowers was 0-for-4 with two strikeouts for the Seminoles.
Cofer, who missed a majority of his sophomore season due to an ankle injury, averaged 12.8 points and 5.1 rebounds a game past year during FSU's Elite Eight run, both of which were career bests. The others were Mendoza, pitcher Drew Parrish and DH Jackson Lueck. For Louisville, Bobby Miller allowed five runs and three earned in his 2 1/3 innings of relief. FSU is one of six ACC teams in the postseason, joined by No. 6 national seed North Carolina, No. 10 overall seed Clemson and No. 16 overall seed North Carolina State. The sites of super regionals are determined based on regional results, but top eight seeds, which will be determined on Monday, will host super regional should they advance out of their regional.
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