softball Jun 10, 2021; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA; Florida State Seminoles starting pitcher Kathryn Sandercock (32) pitches against the Oklahoma Sooners during the fourth inning during game three of the NCAA Womens College World Series Championship Series at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rob Ferguson-USA TODAY Sports

Florida State softball got off to a remarkable start to ACC play.

FSU posted an absolutely dominant showing against conference rival Syracuse. The Seminoles squeezed the Orange in a 10-0 romp.

And as if that weren’t enough, FSU softball not only put up 10 runs in one inning, they also no-hit Cuse along the way.

The impressive victory for Florida State is a great rebound from losing to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State earlier this week. They’ve played at a remarkably high level all season and there’s no particular shame in losing road contests to OSU and especially not the juggernaut in OU.

Florida State pulled off the no-hitter with style, as the game ended on a double play.

The no-hitter was a historic one for pitcher Kathryn Sandercock. It was the first of her collegiate career!

Florida State flexed its muscles in the win, pulling off a 10-run fourth inning in the process.

The college softball world was left in awe of the dominant softball performance.

One softball fan pointed out how remarkable it was that it was Sandercock’s first no-hitter as she’s an accomplished collegiate hurler.

Pitching instructor Rita Lynn Gilman tweeted in support of Kat Sandercock and her terrific performance.

Another fan congratulated Kat on her No-No!

And one fan took note of an absolutely incredible fact: On St. Patrick’s Day four years ago, FSU pitcher Meghan King threw a no-hitter. Now, four years later, Kat Sandercock tossed a no-hitter. “Luck of the (Noles).”

[FSU Softball]

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