OMAHA, Neb. — Vanderbilt (47-19) defeated Louisville (50-16) in the nightcap of the College World Series’ opening day at T.D. Ameritrade Ballpark, winning 5-3.
Vanderbilt freshman outfielder Bryan Reynolds made a great running catch, leaping into the left field wall as he caught the ball. The run-saving web gem turned the momentum in Vanderbilt’s favor as the Commodores immediately followed with a three-run inning.
Later in the game, Reynolds laced an RBI triple that pushed Vanderbilt’s lead to 4-0.
After the game, Reynolds talked about his freshman year and how he has grown as a player since starting at Long Beach State to open the season. Reynolds also discussed his catch as well as the importance of momentum and hitting line drives rather than flyballs in Omaha.
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