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College World Series - Game 6
By Phil Stanton
Today was the first since June 2, 1980, that
three games were played in the College World Series in one day.
UCLA reached 50 wins for the first time in school
history. The previous high was 45 victories in 1997.
The Bruins have won two CWS games this season
after going 0-4 in two previous trips to Omaha.
UCLA scored in 11 of its first 12 innings at the
College World Series. The Bruins got runs in eight of nine
innings in their opener against Florida, and in each of the
first three innings against TCU on Monday.
Gerrit Cole recorded 13 strikeouts, his
second-highest total of the season. He fanned 15 at Texas
A&M-Corpus Christi on March 12. It was the fifth time Cole
struck out 10 or more in a game this season.
Cole raised his season strikeout total to 151,
the third-highest total in the nation. Asher Wojciechowski of
The Citadel has 155 and Bruin Trevor Bauer has 152. Bauer fanned
11 against Florida on Saturday.
“They compete against each other,” said UCLA head
coach John Savage. “That’s what our pitching staff has done all
UCLA’s team total of 652 strikeouts is the best
in Division I. The Bruins fan an average of 10.08 per nine
Beau Amaral went 3 for 3 with two runs. He is 6
for 7 in Omaha with three runs.
With his seventh-inning single, Jason Coats set a
TCU record with 98 hits in a season. He passed the mark of 97
set by Chad Huffman in 2004.