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Oklahoma shuts down UVA to advance to CWS


OuPile CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Oklahoma is headed back to the College World Series.

The No. 11 Sooners (49-16) knocked off No. 1 Virginia, 11-0, on Monday in the third game of the Charlottesville Super Regional to add the program’s 10th CWS appearance to the record books.

The 10 trips ranks in a tie for 13th all-time among all DI programs. The Sooners last appearance was in 1995, one year after clinching the program’s second national title in 1994. OU’s other trips to Omaha include 1992, 1976, 1975, 1974, 1973, 1972 and 1951.

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Oklahoma evens series with Virginia


OklahomaReine CHARLOTTESVILLE – Oklahoma topped Virginia 10-7 in Game 2 of the Charlottesville Super Regional on Sunday at Davenport Field to force a decisive Game 3 on Monday. The Cavaliers and Sooners will meet at 7 p.m. Monday for a trip to the College World Series in Omaha. The game will be televised live on ESPN2.

Oklahoma used three home runs, two by Cody Reine, to down Virginia and keep its season alive. Reine finished the day going 2-for-3 with five RBIs to lead the Sooners.

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Homers carry UVA to 3-2 win over Oklahoma


GrovattUVA CHARLOTTESVILLE – The Virginia took Game 1 of its NCAA Super Regional series with Oklahoma, winning 3-2 on Saturday at Davenport Field. The Cavaliers used a pair of home runs and a strong outing from ace Danny Hultzen to take the lead in the series.

All of Virginia’s runs came from the long ball, with Phil Gosselin hitting a solo homer and Dan Grovatt adding a two-run homer. Gosselin, who was 2-for-4 on the day, led the Cavalier offense.

Hultzen improved to 11-1 on the season with the win. He pitched eight innings, allowing two runs on six hits. Kevin Arico pitched a scoreless ninth inning to record his 18th save of the season.

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Super Regional Preview: Oklahoma at Virginia

BuecheleOklahoma Facing each other for the first time since a rendezvous in the ACC-Disney Baseball Bash in 1999, the #1 Virginia Cavaliers will host the #11 Oklahoma Sooners this weekend. These two high hitting teams will duke it out for a trip to Omaha.

The Cavaliers have now won all but one series this season, and will be looking to continue that streak this weekend. Freshmen pitcher Brendan Kline improved to 5-0 on the season with his advancing win in the Regionals against St. John’s on Monday night. Kline is not yet penciled into the lineup, but one would imagine that Coach Brian O’Connor might use him if the series goes to a Game 3.

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