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NCAA Super Regionals Day 2
2006-06-10 16:38
by Bob Timmermann

All eight super regionals are in action today and it's possible some spots in Omaha could be sewn up.

Follow them here.

Athens: South Carolina pounds out four five straight homers in the second and routs Georgia, 15-6, to go up 1-0.

Atlanta: Georgia Tech books a spot in Omaha with a 12-3 win over the College of Charleston.

Clemson: Clemson scored three runs in eighth to rally for a 6-5 win over Oral Roberts and a berth in Omaha.

Houston: Rice hit four home runs to pound Oklahoma 10-4 and won the first game.

Tuscaloosa: North Carolina won a spot in Omaha in dramatic fashion. Chad Flack hit a three run homer to put North Carolina up in the 8th. Then Alabama's Alex Avila answered with a 3-run homer of his own to put the Crimson Tide back up in the 9th. Then in the bottom of the ninth, Flack hit a 2-out, 2-run homer to give the Tar Heels an 8-7 win.

Oxford: Mississippi rallied from a 9-3 deficit in the fifth to beat Miami in the first game.

Fullerton: Lauren Gagnier of Cal State Fullerton had a no-hitter until the eighth and the Titans earned a trip to Omaha with a 9-1 win over Missouri.

Corvallis: The Fighting Weismans of Stanford gave up an unearned run to Oregon State in the seventh to lose 4-3 and put them on the brink of elimination Sunday.

2006-06-10 22:12:45
1.   Jon Weisman
2006-06-10 22:14:09
2.   Jon Weisman
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