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Aggies oust TCU in wild regional final; Texas advances to Super Regionals


Texas A & M 15, TCU 9

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College Station — Dylan Rock hit a 3-run home run in 5-run 7th place and added a 2-run double in 7-run 9th place. Texas A & M’s 5th overall seed beat College Station Regional 15-9. He defeated TCU on Sunday and won the Aggie’s Bath in Super Regional.

Texas A & M (40-18) defeated Oral Robert, Louisiana and Horned Frogs (38-22) to win the title.

Due to the sloppy fielding by Aggie’s, TCU scored an unsuccessful run in the bottom of the third inning, leading two more times 3-0 in the fourth.

Aggie pulled on his sixth run before grabbing a 7-3 lead on a rock home run. Horned Frogs replied with four runs in half of the seventh round, drawing 7-7 with Braden Taylor’s three-run homer following Tommy Sacco’s RBI single.

Aggie’s climbed 8-7 to 8th place in Trevor Werner’s Lanscore single. TCU regained the lead at the end of the inning with Sacco’s two-run home run.

Troy Crunch became a single on Aggie’s 9th first run. Jack Moss added a two-run single and Austin Driven the rock with a base hit in the final run.

Texas 10, Air Force 1

Austin — Dylan Campbell hit two home runs, Ivan Melendez hit two runs, and on Sunday Texas won the Air Force Academy 10 to 1, won the Austin Regional, and won the berth at the supermarket. area.

With a batting average of .404 this season, Melendez hit a home run in one 5 run. Trey Faltine added a two-run ground rule double, and Longhorns (45-19) never looked back.

Campbell became fourth home with a 7-0 lead. Silas Aldoin scored a RBI double in the 5th inning, Campbell a home run in the 7th inning, and Faltin RBI double in the 9th inning to score Texas.

4 longhorn pitchers combined for 6 batters. Jared Southard’s (4-1) second man won, allowing hits and walks in three shutout innings, hitting six.

Braidon Altofer hit the lead-off homer in the bottom of the ninth inning of the Falcons (32-29). Starter Stevan Fairburn Jr. (0-2) retired just two batters and scored five runs on five hits and three walks.

Notre Dame 2, Texas Tech 1


Stateboro, Georgia-Jack Findlay survived the bases loaded jam in the bottom of the ninth inning to win the final four outs, and Notre Dame defeated Texas Tech 2-1 on Sunday to beat Stateboro Regional.

Fighting Irish (38-14) is the second-placed regional seed, defeating three-seeded Texas Tech in two runs and super-regional 6-4 to 16th-placed seed and tournament host Georgia Southern. I won the berth. ..

Findley played in eighth place with two outs, two ons and a run-in after Alex Lao walked the only batter he faced in the batter of starter John Bertland (9-2). Findlay has defeated Owen Washburn to end the threat.

Parker Kelly scored one point for the Red Raiders (39-22) to face Findley in the ninth inning. Cooper Swanson walked and Kelly moved to third place with a flyout to Easton Murrell’s right fielder. Swanson stole second and Findley defeated Cole Stillwell 1-2 pitches to load the base, but Findley made his second save of the season and put third batter Jace Jung on the ground first. I robbed you.

Notre Dame scored 1-0 in third when Spencer Myers doubled and scored to the left with Ryan Cole’s single. The Irish scored again fourth when Zack Prajzner doubled and scored in Cole’s two-out single.

Texas Tech scored when Murrell doubled with one out and scored with Jung’s two-out single.

Bertland worked in the first 72/3 innings at the University of Notre Dame. He allowed one run with nine hits and hit seven without a walk.

Florida 7, Oklahoma 2

Gainesville, Florida — Relief Carsten Finnvold settled the jam in the first inning and threw the equivalent of a complete game. Florida defeated Oklahoma 7-2 on Sunday to set up a showdown on Monday. Gainesville regional title.

Gator starter Timmy Manning hit the first batter, threw two wild pitches, and walked to the bottom of the first batter. Finnvold was relieved and got two popups and one flyout.

Finnvold finished the game and allowed 5 hits and 2 runs. Four of the hits came sixth when Sooners (39-21) drew the game 2-2. The 9 singles were erased by the double play at the end of the game.

BT Riopel scored a doubled Stalin Thompson and broke the tie in 7th place. Only two batters, Carson Atwood (2-4), lost.

Florida (42-23) started with Jud Fabian’s lead-off homer and added another four runs for the eighth time. Fabian also started scoring on his fourth home run, giving him 10 multihomer games in his career.

Oklahoma 14, Arkansas 10

Stillwater, Oklahoma — Aidan Meora hit a two-run single in the 10th inning, Nolan McLean hit a two-out two-run home run, and Oklahoma State University beat Arkansas 14-10 on Sunday. To stay alive in Still Water Regional.

Oklahoma (42-21) and Arkansas (40-19) will make their third square-off on Monday, anchoring at Super Regional. Razorbucks defeated the Cowboys 20-12 in their first match.

Oklahoma State University led 6-3 after five innings, while Razorbucks led 8-7 in the eighth inning, with Michael Turner’s two-run homer winning the three-run inning.

Wildcats soon returned, scoring 3 runs in the 9th inning with a 10-8 lead on David Mendam’s 2-run double and Marcus Browne’s RBI double. Due to a slow error in Brown’s shortstop, Brady’s Ravens drove two unwinned runs in a two-out single, sending the game to additional innings.

Ridgio had three hits with the Cowboys, including an RBI single and a two-run home run. Mendam also had 3 RBIs. McLean (2-1) won two unwinning runs in two innings.

Brady Tigert (3-4) lost to Arkansas. He surrendered four runs with four hits and defeated only two retired batters. Cayden Wallace recorded three hits, including Solo Homer, and drove at three.


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