Alabama baseball loses to South Carolina 10-5 in SEC Baseball Tournament

On a beautiful day from Hoover, Rob Vaughn and the Alabama Crimson Tide baseball team were bounced from the 2024 SEC Baseball Tournament by the South Carolina Gamecocks 10-5. Now the Crimson Tide will have to wait until the weekend to see what the remainder of the 2024 college baseball season will bring.

After building an early 2-0 lead after two innings, Alabama’s pitching struggled to hold onto it allowing a six-run third inning which gave South Carolina a lead they would never lose.

Alabama will head back to Tuscaloosa and await its postseason fate while the Gamecocks will move on to the double-elimination portion of the bracket where they will take on No. 2 Arkansas Razorbacks on Wednesday.

Roll Tide Wire will continue to cover the Alabama baseball team as the postseason progresses.

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