Arizona Wins Game One Of CWS Finals

College World Series

Monday, June 25

Arizona vs. South Carolina, 5:00 p.m. PT [ Watch Online ]

Sunday, June 24

Arizona 10, Florida State 3
OMAHA, Neb. - Arizona thumped Florida State, 10-3, on Thursday afternoon to win its side of the bracket and earn a spot in the NCAA Championship Series at the College World Series here at TD Ameritrade Park.

Tuesday, June 19

Florida State 4, UCLA 1
OMAHA, Neb. - The UCLA baseball team was eliminated from the College World Series on Tuesday night, falling to Florida State, 4-1, before 23,409 at TD Ameritrade Park.

Sunday, June 17

Arizona 4, UCLA 0
OMAHA, Neb. - Konner Wade pitched the 100th shutout in College World Series play and the 4-0 victory over UCLA on Sunday night kept Arizona in the winner's bracket. A crowd of 19,198 in TD Ameritrade Park saw Wade pitch a complete game and walk none to keep a streak of 25 and one-third innings alive without issuing a free pass.

Friday, June 15

Arizona 4, No. 3 Florida State 3 (12)
OMAHA, Neb. - Arizona got its first extra-base hits in the 12th inning and the ensuing run lifted the Wildcats to a 4-3 College World Series victory over Florida State in both team's opener Friday night -- a 4 hour, seven-minute contest before a crowd of 22,391 in TD Ameritrade Park.

UCLA 9, Stony Brook 1
OMAHA, Neb. - Led by a five-run first inning, the UCLA baseball team won its opening game of the College World Series, 9-1, over Stony Brook at TD Ameritrade Park late Friday afternoon.

Super Regionals

Monday, June 11

Oregon 2, Kent State 3
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Jimmy Rider drove in the winning run with a shallow pop fly that landed just inside the left-field foul line in the bottom of the ninth, lifting Kent State (46-18) to a 3-2 win over Oregon (46-19) on Monday night and sending the Golden Flashes to their first College World Series.

Sunday, June 10

Oregon 3, Kent State 2
EUGENE, Ore. - Jake Reed battled back after allowing two early runs, and so did the rest of the teammates as No. 10 Oregon kept its College World Series hopes alive with a 3-2 victory at PK Park on Sunday night. With the Super Regional series even at one game apiece, the rubber game that will determine which club travels to Omaha is unofficially scheduled for 4 p.m. PT on Monday at PK Park.

Florida State 18, Stanford 7
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Stanford staked Florida State to six runs over the first two innings and never recovered as Florida State (48-15) moves onto the College World Series following a 2-0 sweep of the Cardinal (41-18) and  18-7 win on Sunday evening.

Saturday, June 9

Arizona 7, St. John's 4
TUCSON, Ariz. - The University of Arizona baseball team is heading back to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb., for the 16th time in school history and the first time since 2004.

Kent State 7, Oregon 6
EUGENE, Ore. - Oregon fought back for the final seven innings on Saturday night at PK Park, but the Ducks came up just one hit short in a 7-6 loss to Kent State in the first game of the Eugene Super Regional.

UCLA 4, Texas Christian 1
LOS ANGELES - Nick Vander Tuig pitched six solid innings as the UCLA baseball team defeated TCU, 4-1, before 2,135 at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Saturday night to advance to the College World Series for the second time in three years.

Friday, June 8

Arizona 7, St. John's 6 (10)
TUCSON, Ariz. - Trent Gilbert lined a walk-off single into right-centerfield and Arizona completed its second rally of the game to capture the first game of the Tucson Super Regional with a thrilling 7-6 walk-off victory over St. John's before 2,514 sun-drenched fans at Hi Corbett Field.

Florida State 17, Stanford 1
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Six Stanford pitchers combined to walk 12 and hit another five as Florida State (47-15) won the opener of the best-of-three Super Regional 17-1 over visiting Stanford (41-17) on Friday evening.

UCLA 6, Texas Christian 2
LOS ANGELES - Cody Regis' bases-clearing double highlighted a five-run sixth inning as the UCLA baseball team defeated TCU, 6-2, in Game 1 of the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional before 2,042 at Steele Field at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Friday night.


Sunday, June 3
Oregon, UCLA, Arizona, Stanford advance to Super Regionals

Oregon 8, Austin Peay 1
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Jake Reed pitched seven scoreless innings and Brett Thomas had three RBIs as Oregon finished off the NCAA Baseball Division I Championship's Eugene Regional with an 8-1 victory against Austin Peay Sunday night. With the win, the Ducks (45-17) advanced out of the regionals for the first time since 1954. Baseball returned to Oregon in 2009 after the university eliminated the sport in 1981.

Stanford 8, Pepperdine 7
STANFORD, Calif.-- No. 13 Stanford will play in its ninth NCAA Super Regional after defeating No. 24 Pepperdine, 8-7, to capture the Stanford Regional Sunday night at Klein Field at Sunken Diamond. The Cardinal (41-16) will travel to Tallahassee, Fla. to take on national No. 3 seed Florida State in next weekend's best-of-3 Super Regional for the chance at its 17th College World Series appearance. Game dates and times will be announced Monday.

UCLA 13, Creighton 5
LOS ANGELES - Jeff Gelalich belted two home runs, going 3-for-4 with four RBI, to lead the UCLA baseball team past Creighton, 13-5, and win the NCAA Los Angeles Regional before 1,291 at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Sunday evening. UCLA (45-14) has advanced to the NCAA Super Regional round for the third time in the last six seasons.

Arizona 16, Louisville 3
TUCSON, Ariz. - The Arizona baseball team captured the Tucson Regional championship with another offensive onslaught, pounding Louisville, 16-3, for the second straight night before a crowd of 3,485 at Hi Corbett Field. Johnny Field collected four hits and drove in seven runs, highlighted by a third-inning grand slam that staked the Wildcats to a 4-0 lead.

Oregon State 5, LSU 6
BATON ROUGE, La. - Austin Nola scored on a wild pitch in the top of the 10th inning to send LSU to a 6-5 win over the Oregon State baseball team Sunday night at Alex Box Stadium. The victory sends the Tigers to the Baton Rouge Regional championship.

Saturday, June 2

Arizona 16, Louisville 4
TUCSON, Ariz. - For the second night in a row, an early deficit did not faze the Arizona baseball team, which pounded out 23 base hits en route to a 16-4 victory over Louisville before a crowd of 4,007 on Saturday night at Hi Corbett Field. The win secures the Wildcats a spot in the Tucson Regional championship game scheduled for 8 p.m. on Sunday night.

Oregon 7, Cal State Fullerton 5
EUGENE, Ore. - Senior right-hander Alex Keudell became Oregon's career leader in wins, helping the Ducks defeat Cal State Fullerton 7-5 in the Eugene Regional on Saturday night.

LSU 7, Oregon State 1
BATON ROUGE, La. - Ryan Dunn drove in the Oregon State's lone run as the Beavers dropped an NCAA Regional game to No. 1 seed LSU, 7-1, Saturday night in front of 10,367 at Alex Box Stadium.

Stanford 5, Pepperdine 4
STANFORD, Calif. - Kenny Diekroeger delivered a two-out, go-ahead double in the top of the eighth as top-seeded Stanford (40-16) advanced to the regional title game following a 5-4 win over second-seeded Pepperdine (34-22) Saturday night.

UCLA 7, New Mexico 1
LOS ANGELES - Nick Vander Tuig struck out a career-high 11 batters, allowing one hit and one unearned run in eight innings, to lead UCLA past New Mexico, 7-1, in an NCAA Regional game before 1,601 at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Saturday night.

Friday, June 1

Arizona 15, Missouri 3
TUCSON, Ariz. - Playing before a crowd of 5,086 at Hi Corbett Field, the Arizona baseball team pounded out 20 bases hits and rode the arm of All-American pitcher Kurt Heyer to a rousing 15-3 victory over Missouri in the school's first home postseason game since 1992.

Oregon 6, Austin Peay 5
EUGENE, Ore. - Oregon scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning and the fifth-seeded Ducks defeated Austin Peay 6-5 Friday night in the Eugene Regional at PK Park.

Oregon State 2, Belmont 1
BATON ROUGE, La. - Ryan Barnes' safety squeeze in the sixth inning proved to be the game-winner and propel the 16th-ranked Oregon State baseball team to a 2-1 win over Belmont in the opening game of the Baton Rouge Regional Friday at Alex Box Stadium.

Stanford 9, Fresno State 1
STANFORD, Calif. - Mark Appel (10-1) avenged his only loss of the season, striking out 10 in a four-hitter as top-seeded Stanford (39-16) defeated fourth-seeded Fresno State (30-27) 9-1 on the first day of the Stanford Regional.

UCLA 3, Creighton 0
LOS ANGELES - Adam Plutko pitched a two-hit complete game as No. 1-seed UCLA defeated Creighton, 3-0, in both teams' opening game of the NCAA Los Angeles Regional before 1,570 at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Friday night.

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