Seminoles eliminate Bruins to set up rematch with Arizona.
John Holland drove in two of the three runs for FSU in the loss.
The Seminoles return to the College World Series for the 21st time after sweeping Stanford.
The Seminoles score 10 runs on two outs in the game one victory over the Cardinal.
Seven Seminoles were selected in the 2012 MLB First Year Player Draft.
2012: Drafted in the 14th round (454th overall pick) of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers...in 31 relief appearances he went 5-1 with a 3.81 ERA over 49.2 innings with 40 strikeouts...made season debut working 5.1 innings in relief of game two against Hofstra in earning the win - the 10th victory of his career...faced the minimum in 3.0 perfect innings of relief in game one against Maine and struck out three...picked up the victory at Duke in relief as he worked 1.1 innings allowing a run on four hits while striking out three...worked 4.0 scoreless innings in relief against Virginia in game one earning his third victory of the season...struck out a season-high four and allowed just two hits...moved to 4-0 on the year working 4.1 innings in relief in game two at Boston College - allowed one run on four hits as he did not issue a walk and struck out three...made two appearances against Rhode Island and worked 2.0 scoreless innings in relief - earned a win in game three and helped preserve the shutout in game two...appeared twice in the Tallahassee Super Regional against Stanford working one scoreless inning in game one while striking out two and 1.1 innings in game two giving up one earned run on one hit as the Noles advanced to the CWS...pitched a combined 2.1 scoreless innings in 2 games of the CWS - gave up one hit against Arizona and struck out 1 against UCLA in 1.1 innings.
2011: Made 17 appearances with 12 starts as a junior...was a fixture in the Seminole starting rotation throughout the season recording the second most starts...finished the year 3-3 with a 4.45 ERA in 58.2 innings of work...registered 48 strikeouts while holding opponents to a .243 batting average...issued no more than one walk in 12 appearances including eight starts...was victorious in his first start of the season working 5.0 shutout innings against Maine allowing just two hits and striking out three in a 9-3 win for the Seminoles...best outing of the season came against Florida at home as the right hander tied a career-high in innings pitched (7.0) and strikeouts (7)...surrendered just three hits and one walk over those 7.0 innings and did not allow run against the Gators in leading FSU to a 3-1 victory and his second win of the season...earned his third win of the season over Duke working 6.0 innings and striking out five as he allowed just two runs, one earned on three hits while walking just one...made the start in the ACC Championship game against Virginia and lasted 5.2 innings allowing five runs on five hits with three strikeouts in suffering the loss...matched his career-high of seven strikeouts in 4.1 innings of work in a start against Bethune-Cookman in the opening game of the NCAA Tallahassee Regional.
2010: Posted a 3-2 record with a 4.47 ERA after making 19 appearances, including five starts... made his season debut against Georgia State, surrendering a run on two hits in 1.0 innings...struck out three batters twice, with the first coming against Hofstra and the second over 3.0 relief innings against Virginia...faced the minimum in a scoreless inning of relief against UNF on March 10...enjoyed his best relief performance against Charleston Southern, earning his second win of the season...struck out a career-high seven Bucs and allowed one earned run in 5.0 innings...produced a win in his first start of the season against Maryland on March 28...held the Terps to three runs (one earned) on two hits, including a leadoff homer to start the game...saddled with a no-decision in his third start, which came at home against Jacksonville, despite posting career-highs for innings (7.0) and strikeouts (six)...allowed only two runs on four hits and retired 11 of the last 12 batters he faced...also failed to earn a decision in a second start against JU, though he struck out five and did not yield a walk for just the second time in eight career starts...suffered a loss against UNF on April 6 when he was tagged for three runs - all in the first inning - on four hits in 4.0 innings...earned a win at Stetson with 6.0 innings of efficient work...of his 82 pitches, 52 went for strikes as he allowed two runs on seven hits.
2009: Went 3-1 with a 4.63 ERA in 19 appearances including four starts...recorded 20 strikeouts in 35.0 innings while holding the opposition to a .264 batting average...made his first collegiate start against UNC Asheville (4/21) and went 5.0 innings allowing two runs, one earned, on four hits to pick up the victory...all four of his starts came in the latter part of the season...threw a career-high 6.0 innings at home against Jacksonville and kept the Dolphins off the scoreboard for the first six innings, inducing three groundball double plays...suffered his first loss of the season in 4.0 innings against Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament...did not allow a run in eight of 15 relief appearances...made his college debut on opening day against Hofstra, working a scoreless inning while allowing one hit...pitched in front of the hometown crowd in Jacksonville (3/3), working 2.1 innings...threw 3.2 innings of scoreless relief against Boston College allowing three hits while striking out four...picked up his first collegiate win in game 2 of a mid-week set against Florida Gulf Coast...worked a perfect 1.2 innings in relief, facing just five batters...faced the minimum in a perfect eighth inning against Florida in Tallahassee.
HIGH SCHOOL: A three sport star at Episcopal High School in Jacksonville, Fla., where he played baseball, football and basketball...named First Coast Player of the Year in baseball as a senior in 2008, while earning first team All-State class 3A honors...right-hander fired five complete games in 10 starts, registering 50 strikeouts in 54 innings...he went 8-2 with a 1.81 ERA as a senior...offensively, Scantling hit .613 with 12 home runs in his final year...received the Jacksonville Suns Peter Brogan Award as the top player in North Florida in 2008...named to the academic Dean's List during his junior and senior seasons... drafted in the 49th round by the Chicago Cubs in the 2008 MLB Draft.
PERSONAL: Son of Michael and Robbie Scantling...dad played football at Valdosta State...spent the 2010 summer with the DeLand Suns of the Florida Collegiate Baseball League...member of the 3.0 GPA Club at FSU (Spring 2011)...named to the Dean's List (Spring 2009)...major is sociology...born on September 12, 1989.