Stanford To Play Second Regional Elimination Game Versus TCU Sunday Night

June 5, 2005


2005 NCAA Division I Regional
Saturday-Monday, June 4-6, 2005

Waco, TX (Baylor Ballpark)
Hosted by Baylor

Saturday, June 4
Recap - (2) No. 24 TCU 5, (3) Stanford 1 (Game 2)

Recap - at (1) No. 8 Baylor 8, (4) Texas-San Antonio 3 (Game 1)

Sunday, June 5
Recap - (3) Stanford 6, (4) Texas-San Antonio 2 (Game 3)

Recap - at (1) No. 8 Baylor 8, (2) No. 24 TCU 3 (Game 4)

Game 5 (7 pm, CT/5 pm, PT) - (2) TCU (41-19) vs. (3) Stanford (33-24) ... Elimination Game
LHP Brad Furnish (5-5, 3.89) vs. LHP Mark Romanczuk (5-6, 4.33)

Monday, June 6
Championship #1, Game 6 (2 pm, CT/12 pm, PT) - Game 5 Winner at (1) No. 8 Baylor

Championship #2, Game 7, if necessary (approximately 45 minutes after the conclusion of Championship #1) - If Game 5 Winner defeats Game 4 winner in Game 6

LIVE REGIONAL COVERAGE: Stanford-TCU Live Stats | Tournament Scoreboard | Waco Regional Website | Audio Broadcast | Webcast | Television - None

Brackets: NCAA Championship | Waco Regional

A QUICK LOOK AT THE 2005 WACO REGIONAL
Three teams remain in the Waco Regional after the first four games • Top-seeded host and No. 8 ranked Baylor is unbeaten after a pair of 8-3 wins on Saturday over Texas-San Antonio and Saturday against TCU • Stanford and TCU play an elimination game in a rematch on Sunday night (7 pm, CT/5 pm, PT) after splitting their first two games of the regional • TCU defeated Stanford, 5-1, in the regional opener for both teams on Saturday before its loss Sunday to Baylor • Stanford rebounded from its opening loss to TCU on Saturday with a 6-2 victory over Texas-San Antonio on Sunday to eliminate the Roadrunners • The winner of the NCAA Waco Regional will advance to one of eight super regionals to be conducted from Friday, June 10 - Monday, June 13 at eight sites to be announced on Tuesday, June 7 on the ESPN Bottom Line

2005 WACO REGIONAL TICKET INFORMATION
Please call the Baylor Ticket office (254) 710-1000 or (800) BAYLOR-U for ticket information. Individual game tickets can be purchased beginning Thursday, June 2, for $12.00 for reserved box seats or $10.00 for reserved seats. All-session tickets are priced at $63.00 for reserved box seats and $56.00 for reserved seats.

STANFORD BASEBALL HISTORY
Stanford has won two College World Series titles (1987, '88) and finished as the national runner-up on three other occasions (2000, '01, '03), while making a total of 15 trips to the CWS • Stanford has won 15 regionals and five super regionals, going a combined 28-7 (.800) in regional (18-5, .783) and super regional (10-2, .833) action since the beginning of the super regional format in 1999 • Stanford has an updated all-time postseason record of 115-56 (.673), going 63-24 (.724) in regional action, 10-2 (.833) in super regional play and 38-27 (.585) in the College World Series after splitting its first two games at the 2005 Waco Regional • Stanford is making its 26th appearance in the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship and its 12th in a row • Stanford is playing in an NCAA regional for the 23rd time • Stanford is on the road for a regional for the first time since 1995, ending a string of nine consecutive years (1996-2004) that Stanford has hosted a regional at Sunken Diamond Now in its 112th season, Stanford Baseball has an all-time record of 2456-1522-32 (.617) • Stanford has won 20 conference championships (18 Pac-10) • Stanford has recorded 12 straight winning seasons (including 2005), as well as 40 in the last 41 years and 57 in the past 59 • Stanford has won 40 or more games in a school record 10 straight years and 50 or more in four the last six seasons

STANFORD BASEBALL HISTORY VERSUS 2005 WACO REGIONAL HISTORY FIELD
Stanford is 0-1 versus TCU after its 5-1 loss to the Horned Frogs on Saturday and 1-0 against Texas-San Antonio following its 6-2 victory over the Roadrunners on Sunday since at least 1958 (Stanford game-by-game results are available from 1959-2005) • Stanford has not played Baylor since game-by-game results have been available

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