These are best of three games with the winner going to Omaha for the College World Series. Only one game went three with two best of threes still in progress.
Texas A&M sweeps over the Cinderella Davidson team. Davidson rallied from a 6-0 deficit to tie the game, Cam Johnson collecting one of his four hits to drive in a run in the ninth inning to send the game into overtime. George Janca waited until his sixth at bat to get his first hit, but it was a two out game winning walk off in the bottom of the 15th inning to give Texas A&M the win. Davidson had an opportunity to go ahead in the 13th with runners on first and third with one out but catcher Cole Bedford picked off the runner at third to save the inning. Mitchell Kilkenny threw 5.2 innings of shutout relief to give the Aggie bats time to drive in the game winning run.
In the second game it was Aggies turn to rally scoring 10 runs in the last two innings to win 12-6. Davidson committed two errors in the seven run eighth to allow five unearned runs to score. Walker Pennington finished the game off with a three run homer in the ninth.
Louisville Super Regional
It was the battle of Kentucky with Louisville sweeping. In the opener Kade McClure shutout the Kentucky bats for 5.1 innings. Drew Ellis drove in four runs, his big hit a three run homerun in the fifth.
Drew Ellis also led Louisville to the game two win with two homeruns driving in three in the 6-2 win. Possible first round draft pick Brendan McKay picked up the victory, working 6.2 innings, striking out 9 and giving up two runs.
Fort Worth Regional
TCU got a clutch two run homerun from Evan Skoug in the bottom of the eighth to give them a 3-2 win over Missouri State. Durbin Feltman put two runners on in the top of the ninth but still salvaged the victory with a double play grounder to end the game.
The second game TCU rolled with Evan Skoug going deep again to drive in three and Elliott Barzilli clubbing a three run homer in the ninth to finish with four RBIs and put an exclamation point to the 8-1 win. Brian Howard struck out 11 in his 7.1 innings.
Corvallis Super Regional
Oregon State cruised in the opener versus Vanderbilt 8-4, KJ Harrison going deep and driving in three runs. Oregon State eliminated Vanderbilt with a 9-2 bruising in the second game, Harrison driving in four, with his three run homer in the third inning the big hit. Bryce Fehmel threw a complete game victory.
Long Beach Super Regional
Darren McCaughan threw a seven inning two hit shutout to lead Long Beach to a 3-0 win in the opener over Cal State Fullerton. Long Beach scored all their runs in the first inning.
John Gavin returned the favor for Cal State Fullerton pitching a nine inning shutout in the 12-0 second game win. Chris Hudgins drove in four runs with a two run double and two run homer and Timmy Richards drove in two runs and scored three times, contributing three hits and a walk.
Fullerton won a close 2-1 rubber game victory to advance to Omaha. Hank Laforte drove in both runs with a single in the fifth. Colton Eastman worked the first seven innings allowing just one hit and an unearned run to get the victory. Brett Conine left the tying run stranded on third with a big strikeout to begin the pile on.
Tallahassee Super Regional
Jackson Lueck stroked a walk off single to give Florida State a 7-6 win over Sam Houston State, the first of his four RBI singles in the game. Taylor Walls was the beneficiary of most of those singles, scoring three runs.
Florida State had a 19-0 no doubter in the second game to advance to Omaha. Sam Houston pitchers walked 12. Taylor Walls was on base seven times, scoring five runs on four walks and three hits. Two of those hits travelled over the fence. Quincy Nieporte also drove in four runs.