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Virginia 4, #1 UC Irvine 1
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UC Irvine 14, #3 San Diego State 3
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LSU 10, #2 Minnesota 3
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Minnesota 15, #3 Baylor 12
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Vanderbilt 8, #1 Louisville 4
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Vanderbilt 6, #2 Middle Tennessee 0
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Rice 8, #2 Kansas State 0
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Rice 12, #3 Xavier 5
Around the Regionals
Texas scores eight in ninth to
claim Austin Regional title
North Carolina wins Chapel Hill Regional; Florida
takes crown in Gainesville
Austin Regional - #1 Texas wins
#4 Army 10 @ #1 Texas
14 (Army eliminated)
#4 Army 4 vs. #3
Boston College 3 (Boston College eliminated)
Brandon Loy had a three-run double to tie the
game at 10, and Preston Clark hit a grand slam to end it as
Texas scored eight times in the bottom of the ninth inning to
eliminate Army and advance to the Super Regionals.
A night after scoring three runs in 25 innings against Boston
College, the Longhorns (44-13-1) found another memorable way to
win by stunning the Black Knights (36-21), who scored in five
different innings to take a 10-6 game to the bottom of the
ninth. Clark finished with five RBI and three runs, and Travis
Tucker had two hits and two RBI for Texas.
Clint Moore and Joey Henshaw each homered and drove in three for
In the day's first
game, Kevin McKague induced
a game-inning double play to escape a bases-loaded jam as Army
ended Boston College’s season hours after the Eagles lost to
Texas in the longest baseball game in NCAA history.
The Eagles (34-26) took a 2-0 lead in the second
inning on RBI singles from John Spatola (2 for 3, 2 runs) and
Robbie Anston. But the Black Knights (36-20) got a RBI double
from J.P. Polchinski in the fourth and a two-run double from
Joey Henshaw in the fifth to take a 3-2 lead.
After the Eagles tied the game in the seventh on
Tony Sanchez’s RBI single, McKague delivered a RBI single of his
own for the final margin.
Chapel Hill Regional - #1 North Carolina wins
#3 Kansas 1 @ #1 North Carolina 12 (Kansas
#3 Kansas 5 vs. #2 Coastal Carolina 1 (Coastal
The Tar Heels (45-16) scored seven in the third,
and at least one run in four of the final five innings as North
Carolina beat Kansas to win the Chapel Hill Regional. Garrett
Gore went 3 for 5 with two homers and five RBI. Hitters two
through four - Dustin Ackley, Kyle Seager and Ryan Graepel -
combined to drive in the other seven runs. As a team, UNC
knocked three long balls and 16 hits.
Adam Warren (8-2) pitched 6.2 scoreless innings, scattered five
hits and fanned eight. Three relievers took the mound for the
final 2.1 scoreless innings.
Travis Blankenship (3-2) lasted just 2.2 innings and gave up six
runs on five hits for the loss. Tony Thompson finished 2 for 4
and drove in the lone run for the Jayhawks (39-24) in the ninth.
In the first game, starter Cameron Selik pitched 6.2 innings and
gave up one run and Brett Bochy (6-0) went 2.1 scoreless innings
with one hit as Kansas eliminated Coastal Carolina.
The Jayhawks (39-23) led 1-0 until the seventh when the
Chanticleers (47-16) tied it up on Jose Iglesias's homer to
right center. KU came back in the bottom of the inning with
three runs on three hits, and added an extra run in the eighth.
Tony Thompson finished 4 for 5 with a homer, two runs and an
RBI, while David Narodowski and Brian Herre both collected two
Bobby Gagg (4-4) surrendered three runs on three hits and two
walks in 1.1 innings for the loss. He was the third of six
Coastal Carolina pitchers to take the mound.
Gainesville Regional - #1 Florida wins
#3 Miami (Fla.) 5 @ #1 Florida 16 (Miami
#3 Jacksonville 0 vs. #2 Miami (Fla.) 4
The Gators (42-20) jumped out to an early lead
with five runs in the first, and also produced a seven-run fifth
as Florida beat Miami to win the Gainesville Regional.
Hitters two through five - Jonathan Pigott, Preston Tucker, Josh
Adams and Matt den Dekker - combined to go 11 for 18 with two
homers, eight runs and 10 RBI. UF knocked in 16 runs on 22 hits.
Eight different batters had multiple hits.
Patrick Keating (4-3) went 1.1 scoreless innings with three hits
as one of the four relievers to pitch the final 4.1 frames.
Starter Alex Panteliodis gave up five runs on eight hits in 4.2
Starter Iden Nazario (6-5) lasted just an out before
surrendering five runs on four hits and two walks for the loss.
Jason Hagerty hit a homer and collected three RBI for the
Hurricanes (38-22), who trailed 14-1 before scoring four runs in
the fifth. All but two Canes collected at least one hit.
Earlier in the day, David Gutierrez (4-6) pitched a complete game
shutout as Miami beat Jacksonville for the second time in three
days to play Florida for the second consecutive day. Gutierrez
fanned eight, walked two and scattered seven hits for the
Three of the four runs for the Hurricanes (38-21) were unearned
off three Dolphin (37-22) errors.
Jason Hagerty and Harold Martinez each picked up an RBI as the
Canes scored one in the second and eighth, and two in the fifth.
Sean Green (3-3) allowed three runs, none earned, on two hits
over 4.1 innings for the loss. Kyle Fleming finished 2 for 4 in
the second spot for Jacksonville.
#3 Southern Miss 3 @ #1 Georgia Tech 10
#2 Elon 4 @ #1 Georgia Tech 8 (Elon eliminated)
Georgia Tech hitters had at least one hit and eight drove in at
least one run as the Yellow Jackets stomped Southern Miss to
force a deciding game Monday.
Luke Murton hit a solo homer, and Cole Leonida added a two-run
shot as Tech (38-18-1) scored three times in the first. Jay
Dantzler added two hits and two RBI for the Yellow Jackets, who
eliminated Elon earlier in the day.
Joey Archer had two hits and a RBI for the Golden Eagles
Earlier in the day,
Georgia Tech scored seven
times in the second inning, and closer Mark Pope tossed five
scoreless innings to help the Yellow Jackets eliminate Elon.
Matt Skole homered and had two hits, and Tony
Plagman and Jason Garofalo each contributed two hits and a RBI
for the Yellow Jackets (37-18-1), who handed Daniel Britt (8-1)
his first loss of the season.
Bennett Davis capped a tremendous tourney with
two hits and two RBI for the Phoenix (41-18)/
Baton Rouge Regional - #1 LSU wins
#2 Minnesota 3 @ #1 LSU 10 (Minnesota eliminated)
- Robert Stewart
#2 Minnesota 15 vs. #3 Baylor 12 (Baylor
- Robert Stewart
#3 Oklahoma State 1 @ #1 Clemson 15
#4 Tennessee Tech 0 @ #1 Clemson 10 (Tennessee
Freshman Chris Dwyer tossed 8.2 innings with one earned run and
13 strikeouts, and Wilson Boyd went 4 for 6 with two doubles and
four RBI as Clemson forced a winner-take-all game Monday against
Boyd had a two-run double in a four-run first, and Ben Paulsen
ripped a two-run homer to key a six-run third as the Tigers
(43-20) opened up an 11-0 lead after three. Mike Freeman went 4
for 6 with a homer, four runs and two RBI for Clemson.
Tyrone Hambly had two hits and a RBI for the Cowboys (34-23).
In the day's first game, reliever
Scott Weismann was summoned to start, and the freshman turned in
eight scoreless innings Clemson eliminated Tennessee Tech.
(3-1) allowed four hits and struck out two, getting Tech to hit
into double plays in each of the first three innings. Ben
Paulsen (2 for 4, 3 RBI) hit a two-run homer in a four-run third
inning, and Chris Epps (3 for 3, 2 R, 2 RBI) also homered for
the Tigers (42-20).
Alex Henry had two
hits for the Golden Eagles (31-24-1).
Fort Worth Regional - #1 TCU wins
#3 Oregon State 4 @ #1 TCU 5 (Oregon State
#2 Texas A&M 5 vs. #3 Oregon State 13 (Texas
Coats drove in the game-winner with a RBI single in the bottom
of the ninth as TCU edged Oregon State to advance to the Super
Bryan Holaday (3 for 4, 2 R, RBI) singled and moved to second on
a wild pitch. After Chris Ellington was intentionally walked,
Coats singled to right, capping his night with three hits and
two RBI for the Horned Frogs (39-18).
Stefen Romero had a three-run double for the Beavers (37-19).
In the opener,
Koa Kahalehoe went 5
for 5 with two runs and three RBI, and Ryan Ortiz went 4 for 6
with two runs and two RBI as Oregon State scored six in the
first and never looked back in eliminating Texas A&M.
Jorge Reyes (6-2)
tossed a complete game, allowing 10 hits and three earned runs
on 131 pitches. Jared Norris contributed three RBI for the
Joe Patterson went 3
for 5 with a homer, and Caleb Shofner contributed two hits and
two RBI for the Aggies (37-24).
Fullerton Regional - #1 Cal State Fullerton
#4 Utah 3 @ #1 Cal State Fullerton 16 (Utah
#4 Utah 9 vs. #3 Gonzaga 7 (Gonzaga eliminated)
Khris Davis had three hits,
including two home runs, as Cal State Fullerton defeated Utah to
win the Fullerton Regional in front of 2,185 fans at Goodwin
Tyler Pill (11-3) allowed seven hits and two
earned runs with no walks and nine strikeouts to earn the
Davis finished with three hits, three runs and
three RBI. Christian Colon (3 for 5, 3 R, 1 RBI), Josh Fellhauer
(3 for 3, 1 R, 2 RBI), Joe Scott (3 for 4, 1 R, 2 RBI) and Joey
Siddons (2 for 5, 2 R, 3 RBI) led the offense for the Titans
C.J. Cron homered and drove
in two for the Utes (28-31).
In the first game, Tyler Yagi went 5 for
5 with three runs and a RBI, and Nick Kuroczko had two hits and
three RBI as Utah fought off elimination. The Utes (28-30) won
several elimination games in the Mountain West Conference
championship and would need two wins against Fullerton to move
to the Super Regionals.
Corey Shimada went 3
for 4 with two runs and a RBI, and C.J. Cron contributed two
hits and two RBI for Utah.
Evan Wells went 3 for
4 with two runs and two RBI for the Bulldogs (36-18).
#2 South Carolina 6 @ #1 East Carolina 8
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#4 Binghamton 9 @ #1 East Carolina 16 (BU
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#2 Kansas State 0 @ #1 Rice 8
- Allen Brown
#3 Xavier 5 @ #1 Rice 12 (Xavier eliminated)
- Allen Brown
Irvine Regional - #2 Virginia wins
#2 Virginia 4 @ #1 UC Irvine 1 (UCI
- Abbey Mastracco
#3 San Diego State 3 @ #1 UC Irvine 14 (SDSU
- Abbey Mastracco
#3 Vanderbilt 8 @ #1 Louisville 4
- Jimmy Jones
#3 Vanderbilt 6 vs. #2 Middle Tennessee 0 (MTSU
- Jimmy Jones
Norman Regional - #2 Arkansas wins
#2 Arkansas 11 vs. #1
Oklahoma 0 (Oklahoma eliminated)
#1 Oklahoma 7, #3
Washington State 2 (WSU eliminated)
Drey Smyly lost his no-hit bid in the bottom of
the ninth inning, but by that time, Arkansas was well on its way
to a Super Regional win over host Oklahoma.
Smyly struck out 12 and walked two in silencing the Sooners
(43-20). Andy Wilkins had a monster night at the plate, going 5
for 5 with two doubles, two homers, four runs and five RBI for
the Razorbacks (37-22). Ben Tschepikow and Zach Cox each drove
in three for Arkansas.
In the first game, Aaron Baker ripped a grand slam to key a five-run
seventh inning as Oklahoma survived an elimination game with
The late-inning collapse was the second in three
days for the Cougars, who fell into the losers’ bracket after
allowing eight late runs to Arkansas in a 10-3 defeat Friday.
Bryant Hernandez added a two-run homer for the Sooners (43-19).
Michael Weber had a two-run homer for Washington
#3 Western Kentucky 10 @ #1 Mississippi 9
#2 Missouri 6 vs. #3 Western Kentucky 11
Jake Wells hit a solo homer in the top of the
ninth inning to cap an incredible Western Kentucky comeback as
the Hilltoppers rallied from a 9-3 deficit in the eighth inning
to stun Ole Miss and force a deciding game Monday. Western
Kentucky was down six with six outs to play.
Matt Rice went 5 for 5 with three RBI - his fifth hit plating
two runs in the six-run eighth and earning him the school record
for most hits (101) in a season - and Wade Gaynor (2 for 5, 2 R,
4 RBI) hit a monster three-run homer (his 25th) as the
Hilltoppers (42-19) tied it at 9. Wells, who had led off the
eighth with a single and finished 4 for 5, led off the ninth
with the game-winning shot. Chad Adcock and Garrie Krueger each
pitched a scoreless inning of relief to close out the Rebels
Matt Smith had a two-run homer, and Kevin Mort drove in a pair
of runs for Ole Miss.
In the opener, Chad Cregar went 4 for
5 with four runs and five RBI, and Terrence Dayleg went 3 for 4
with five RBI as Western Kentucky scored seven times en route to
an elimination win over Missouri.
Matt Hightower (7-3)
gave the Hilltoppers (41-19) five solid innings, and the offense
pounded out 15 hits.
Aaron Senne had two
hits and two RBI for the Tigers (35-27).
Tallahassee Regional - #1 Florida State wins
#3 Ohio State 6 @ #1
Florida State 37 (Ohio State eliminated)
#3 Ohio State 13 vs.
#2 Georgia 6 (Georgia eliminated)
Florida State opened the game with eight runs in
the first, three in the second and nine in the third in
eliminating Ohio State to claim a spot in the Super Regionals.
Stephen Cardullo went 7 for 9 with three doubles, five runs and
five RBI, and Ohmed Danesh went 4 for 7 with five runs and five
RBI for the Seminoles (45-16). Mike Meschke went 5 for 5 with
five runs and four RBI.
Tyler Engle had two hits and two RBI for the Buckeyes (42-19).
In the day's first game, Michael Stephens went 3 for 4 with two homers and
four RBI as Ohio State rallied from an early five-run deficit to
The Bulldogs (38-24) led 5-0 in the second inning, but the
College World Series participants from a year ago couldn’t keep
the Buckeyes (42-18) off the board. OSU led 7-6 before scoring
six times in the seventh, with Stephens’ three-run homer being
the big blast. Cory Kovanda and Michael Arp each drove in two
runs, and Ryan Dew stayed hot by going 4 for 5 with two runs and
a RBI for the Buckeyes.
Zach Cone went 4 for 5 with two homers, two runs
and four RBI, and Joey Lewis went 2 for 4 with a homer, two runs
and two RBI for Georgia.
Tempe Regional - #1 Arizona State wins
#2 Oral Roberts 3 @ #1
Arizona State 8 (Oral Roberts eliminated)
#4 Kent State 10 vs.
#2 Oral Roberts 15 (Kent State eliminated)
Zack MacPhee had a two-run single in a four-run
sixth as Arizona State defeated Oral Roberts to win the Tempe
Regional in front of 3,467 fans at Winkles Field-Packard Stadium
at Brock Ballpark..
The Golden Eagles (33-15) scored three in the
first before the Sun Devils (47-12) took the lead in the sixth.
Jared McDonald had a two-run inside-the-park home run in a
three-run eighth for ASU.
Seth Blair (7-2) fanned seven in six innings to
earn the win. He allowed four hits and three unearned runs.
Mitchell Lambson struck out four in three perfect innings of
relief for his fourth save.
Colby Price had two hits and two RBI for ORU.
In the opener, Juan Martinez, Michael
Notaro and Kyle Price each homered and drove in three runs as
Oral Roberts eliminated Kent State in a slugfest.
The Golden Eagles
(33-14) trailed 3-1 before exploding for nine runs in the fourth
inning and adding five more in the fifth.
Greg Rohan had three
hits and two RBI for the Golden Flashes (43-17), who made it
interesting with seven runs in the eighth inning.