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Taylor Everist (left) congratulates starter Mike Gipson, didn't allow a run and surrended only two hits in seven innings on Saturday. (FAUOwlAccess.com photo)

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FAU junior Mike Gipson pitches seven strong innings as three pitchers combine for first shutout in three years in 3-0 victory vs. Cincinnati on Saturday

Originally published on 2/20/2010

by Marcus Nelson

BOCA RATON – FAU junior pitcher Mike Gipson was set to be the Owls starter on opening night until Owls coach John McCormack decided to give Taylor Everist the ball instead.

Gipson didn’t let it bother him. Instead, he used FAU's second game of the season to show he is still a candidate to the Owls' ace.

Gipson made a pretty strong case to be considered the No. 1 pitcher with a dominating performance in FAU’s 3-0 victory vs. Cincinnnati on Saturday at FAU Stadium.

A day after the Owls dropped their opener to the Bearcats, Gipson threw seven strong innings, allowing just two hits and striking out four.

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