BLACKSBURG – Sean Keselica had two hits and an RBI to lift Virginia Tech past Connecticut 3-1 in an elimination game at the NCAA Blacksburg regional held at English Field on Sunday afternoon.
The Hokies (40-21) advanced to play for the regional championship later Sunday evening against Oklahoma. UConn (35-28) saw its season come to an end.
“It was a really good college baseball game,” Virginia Tech coach Pete Hughes said. “High stakes were on the line. We got another quality start. Everything is predicated on a quality start, and we were fortunate enough to have one from Brad (Markey).
Oklahoma 10 Virginia Tech 4
BLACKSBURG, Va.— The Oklahoma Sooners left the Commonwealth of Virginia much like they have in recent years: dogpiling on the mound after advancing through an NCAA Tournament round.
The Sooners opened a one-run game with a six-run ninth inning to defeat host and Blacksburg Regional No. 1-seed Virginia Tech, 10-4, Sunday at English Field.
Oklahoma won its second straight NCAA Regional championship. The Sooners claimed the Charlottesville, Va., Regional title, following four straight elimination-game wins, in 2012 and a Super Regional victory at the same site in 2010.